Our mission is to help small businesses & people enjoy their Apple products and fully utilize them, like we do. No need to trek down to your Apple store.
We are passionate about Apple and supporting our customers.
We are Apple Mac and iOS integration specialists for Businesses and Home users.
As Apple Certified Support Professionals & members of the Apple Consultant Network we are your first stop for support with your Apple systems and devices in the Thames Valley & Bracknell area.
Supply & Configure
We can supply and configure technology and software to compliment your Apple products and your needs.
Whether this is for running your small business or enjoying entertainment and music at home.
Equipment & Skills
As Apple’s products are dependent on good solid Wi-Fi and internet connections,
We have the equipment and skills to ensure that your networks are working optimally for the environment you are in and the number of people using it at any one time.
This feature evokes one of those “living in the future” moments for us. The recently released HomePod Software 16.3 now supports Find My, which means you can ask Siri to locate one of your devices or a friend or family member who shares their location with you. If you have a HomePod, ask Siri, “Where is my iPhone?” Assuming your HomePod has updated (and if not, update it manually in the Home app), Siri will respond by causing your iPhone to play a sound. Or ask where someone is—Siri will respond with more details for nearby people and city locations for those far away.
(Featured image based on an original by Apple)
Imagine that you’re working with a bunch of files, and you want to put a set of them in a new folder. You could stop what you’re doing, make a new folder, select all the files, and drag them into the folder, like an animal. Or you could take advantage of a slick Finder command that Apple added in macOS 11 Big Sur. Simply select the files you want to put in a folder, Control-click one of them, and choose New Folder with Selection (X Items) from the top of the contextual menu. A folder called “New Folder With Items” appears, with your selected files inside. This feature may not be life-changing, but some people use it often.
(Featured image by iStock.com/ArLawKa AungTun)
There are many reasons you might want to get rid of apps from your iPhone or iPad. To begin, touch and hold on a blank spot on a Home Screen to enter “jiggle mode.” Then tap the ⊝ icon for any app to see the question about whether to delete the app entirely or merely remove it from the Home Screen. Delete the app if you don’t want to use it anymore or need to reclaim the space it occupies. (You can download it from the App Store again.) Remove the app from the Home Screen if you want to reduce clutter, keep the app on your device, and don’t mind opening it from the App Library (swipe left past all the Home Screens) or from Search (swipe down from the middle of the screen).
(Featured image based on an original by iStock.com/Photosbypatrik)