I show you the steps to restore your phone to iOS 9 without losing apps and having to restore from a backup. (more…)
I show you how I installed a Solid State Drive in place of the Hard drive on a 2007-2013 iMac. This was recorded completely on a whim using an iPhone. I apologize for the shakiness, but wanted to show you how it’s done. (more…)
Apple has today release iOS 10 Beta 3. This update brings quite a few bug fixes and a couple tweaks to the user interface. iOS 10 Beta also seems to improve performance as well and hopefully battery life too. iOS 10 is expected to release in the fall usually around the release of the next iPhone or iPhone 7 in this case. Check out the video for all the details. (more…)
After 5 betas of iOS 9.3.3, Apple has finally released the final version to the public. Those who were on iOS 9.3.3 Beta 5 will find no differences and the beta and final version both share 9.23.3 (13G34) as their build number. The update provides security, performance and bug fixes. (more…)
For quite some time I wasn’t convinced by the whole VR thing. This mainly comes by way of disappointment over disappointment in the past. Years ago there were promises of Virtual Reality that when realized was either tens of thousands of dollars or just too large to put in a room in your average house. Enter Oculus and the Rift; after beginning life as a kickstarter project that had wild success and then bought by Facebook, we now have home VR. The Oculus Rift is the first iteration of truly amazing Virtual Reality for the home. There are competitors out there and arguments for each and which is better, but the Oculus Rift cost less and requires less room and setup.
For years I really didn’t have a reason to build a PC, but now that VR is becoming more of a reality, it was time. After building a powerful PC (video to come later), I needed something to run on it and having found an Oculus Rift at the local Best Buy, I had found that something.
In this video I unbox and show you what comes with the $599 you pay for the Oculus Rift. More videos to follow…
I show you what’s new in the beta version of watchOS 3. Apple has made some significant interface changes with watchOS 3 and really re-thought how the watch should be used. The interface is clean and simple and much faster on watchOS 3. Check out the video for the details. (more…)
This iPad Air was in a sad state after having been dropped and held together with tape for quite some time. I show you the process of replacing the glass and explain what it takes to get the job done from start to finish. (more…)
As many of you have asked, here is the mid year version of what’s on my iPhone. Currently I’m using the iPhone 6s Plus as my daily driver and so I show you the apps that I use the most. (more…)
As many of you have asked, I show you what is on my Android Phone which at the current moment I am using the Nexus 6P. (more…)
I review the Drobo 5N and its companion app Drobo Access. The Drobo 5N provides redundant network based storage with up to 5 drives. You can also install apps such as plex, crashplan, iTunes sharing and more so you can backup or access your files any way you want. (more…)