From O'Grady's PowerPage: On Wednesday, Apple released iOS 7.0 and iOS 7.0.1 (depending on your iOS device), the long-anticipated new version of its operating system for its iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.
Scary phrase, huh? Almost as bad as "when was the last time you went to the dentist?". Not having a backup for your computer is like driving along a lonely, desert road without a flat tire. If you have a spare, it's not a problem. If you don't, it's a big problem. But, what's the best way to backup your computer? Of course, the answer is going to very depending on your own requirements. However, I thought it might be helpful for you to know the way I backup my computer.
Now that you have upgraded to iTunes 11, here’s a great MacWorld article that goes into all of the new features and how they work.
“Make no mistake: When you first launch iTunes 11, it’s going to feel awfully different from the iTunes you’ve grown accustomed to. That’s because it is awfully different, from many of the user interface choices right down to the brand new icon, which now even more strongly resembles that of the Mac App Store.”
Well, it’s about time. Apple has updated iTunes to version 11. I’m just now trying it out and it is MUCH faster than the previous version. You can learn more in this article from Engadget. Read more