Tagged: Tablet

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Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s release of the iOS 8.0.1 software update, cut off user’s ability to make calls via iPhones.  Creating yet another major blow up in the saga of the iOS 8 roll out.  This issue appears to have a link to another that’s still fresh in people’s minds: the 2012 introduction of a new maps program.
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iOS 8.0.2
Apple’s update iOS 8.0.2 has now been placed on servers to address the issues discovered in yesterday’s 8.0.1 update on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The new release includes all of the HealthKit and keyboard fixes, among others, as well as the ability to actually make phone calls and connect to a cellular data network.   (more…)

Continuity Desktop
Updated: Changed the Terminal command to reflect “sudo killall coreaudiod”
Apples recent announcement of features in iOS 8 that will bring the iOS and the upcoming Mac OS X 10.10 release even closer together has not been without some bumps in the road.  We have all seen some of the previous news regarding those.   (more…)

Family Sharing
In what appears to be another got ya, in what can only be described as a rough release for Apple with it’s iOS 8 release.  That has certainly  seen several issues. The companies new Family Sharing has a BUG in it that Agents are being told was a security feature intended to keep folk from moving between Shares.  This BUG locks a person out of joining any family shares after they have set one up.
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Tablet TV
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 25, 2014 — Tablet TV is nearing its San Francisco-area beta launch in partnership with the KOFY-TV station, owned by Granite Broadcasting – and the timing looks to be ideal. There is extremely strong market demand for an untethered tablet live television solution, and the demographics of this market are the kind that advertisers love. By putting the ability to watch and record all subscription-free, live HD television anywhere directly onto tablets (through an over-the-air signal transmitted to a small antenna), Tablet TV looks well-positioned to capitalize on consumers’ unmet needs.  (more…)