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Apple TV 6.2 software update

Hi remoters,

Apple today released a trio of major updates, one giving the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices improved iBeacon connectivity and the other enabling enhanced Wi-Fi performance and better reliability when waking up your Mac from sleep, among other changes.

The Apple TV 6.2 software update carries a build number of 11D257c and is available for second and third-generation Apple TV devices.

Your Apple TV should install it automatically. If not, go to Settings > General > Software Updates and select Update Software to manually apply the bug-fix update.

Again, there don’t seem to be any new features in this update other than bug fixes, but if you’ve noticed other changes, drop us a line on support@itremotesolutions.com or post in comments and I’ll update  accordingly.

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How to Upgrade Your MacBook Pro’s RAM

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Here you have a mini “How to Upgrade your Macbook RAM”.

 

Here’s how to upgrade your MacBook Pro’s RAM:

  1. Disconnect the power cord and turn your Mac over.
  2. Remove the ten screws on the back of the case. There are seven 3 mm screws, and three 13.5 mm screws. As you see in the image

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3. Gently lift the case backing and tilt it towards the rear of the computer, as shown below.

4. Touch a metal surface inside the computer to discharge any static electricity from your body.

5. Push out the tabs on both sides of the RAM module, as shown below. These tabs keep the RAM module firmly tucked in to    the logic board – pushing them out causes the RAM module to pop up.

6. After the RAM module has popped up, pull it back out of the socket, as shown below

 

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7.  Gently place the case backing onto the top of the case and power up your Mac.

 

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How to Access my iTunes Library

Hi remoters,
Here you have a mini How To access your iTunes Library.

¿What is iTunes Library?

The iTunes library is the core of any PC for interfacing with Apple devices. This is where all the data transfer happens for stock Apple devices (those that haven’t been jailbroken or modified) and is easily accessible for those with computers.

1. Install iTunes – > Download iTunes

2. Launch iTunes just double-click on the iTunes icon on your desktop to launch the app.

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3. Your library will be empty after installing iTunes. To add more songs, videos, or movies, simply drag and drop them from your computer’s file explorer into your iTunes library screen.

  • Whenever you open iTunes again, all the content you previously added will be there for you to transfer to other Apple devices.

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Rotation Lock iOS

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How to block your screen rotation.

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Rotation Lock

Rotation Lock prevents the iPad display from switching between portrait and landscape mode. While Screen Rotation Lock is enabled, the following occurs:

  • The display remains in landscape or portrait mode, regardless of how iPad is held.
  • The Rotation Lock icon appears in the status bar.

Mute

When you mute your iPad, only certain sounds are muted.

  • Sounds such as alerts, notifications, sound effects, and game audio are muted.
  • Media playback (such as music, podcasts, movies, videos, and TV shows) are not muted.

Changing the function of iPad’s side switch

  1. Tap Settings > General.
  2. Under Use Side Switch To, select Lock Rotation or Mute.

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iOS 8 Beta 3

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Here you have the beta 3 of iO8

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Apple’s first iOS 8 beta was released on June 2  and the second one came just as expected two weeks later. Now, Apple has released a much-needed third beta of its next-generation mobile platform. iOS 8 beta 3 brings with it a number of bug fixes and various new items as well. While Apple’s iOS8 betas are intended for use by developers only on test devices, many people use the software on their personal phones, so the fixes brought about by iOS 8 beta 3 will certainly be greatly appreciated.

iOS 8 beta 3 is available beginning immediately for developers with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices that are compatible with the new software. It can be installed as an over the air (OTA) update and is not yet available as a download from Apple’s developer portal.

The new software addresses several troublesome bugs from the first two iOS 8 beta releases, and we’ll update this post with Apple’s full release notes / change log as soon as we receive them.

For non-developers who have the iOS 8 beta installed, iOS 8 beta 3 will address some issues but plenty more will remain, so you might want to consider rolling back to the latest version of iOS 7.1 until the final version of iOS 8 is released to the public.

Download links

  • iPhone 5S (Modelo A1453, A1533) Download
  • iPhone 5S (Modelo A1457, A1518, A1528, A1530) Download
  • iPhone 5C (Modelo A1456, A1532) Download
  • iPhone 5C (Modelo A1507, A1516, A1526, A1529) Download
  • iPhone 5 GSM (Modelo A1428) Download
  • iPhone 5 GSM y CDMA (Modelo A1429) Download
  • iPhone 4S Download

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