Happy New Year! Holidays are over, and our new 2024 has started with the arrival of January.
I hope everyone had a good Christmas and New Year and 2024 has started well for everyone.
Straight back into it and hopefully will be a good year on the Apple front, so will update each month with interesting news, tidbits and articles of interest as I come across it. So ensure to check an eye on the News page as I update it every month.
I’m looking forward to an interesting year ahead and look forward to helping people get more out of their Apple products!
Apple Fitness+ is getting some new content to kick start your year!
If your New Year’s resolution is to get fit, then look no further. Apple have just announced some new content during January to help you with your fitness goals!
Apple Vision Pro to be released in the US on Feb 2nd
Apple have announced a release date for the long awaited Apple Vision Pro headset - to be released in the US on February 2nd. Unfortunately we won’t see it here in Australia for a while - and most likely out of the price range for most people. But will be interesting to see feedback and opinions once it’s out to the public. And if rumours are true, we may see a more affordable option down the track for the day to day consumer.
You can read more about it here.
What not to expect from Apple in 2024
We normally keep an eye out for the items we’re expecting to see during the year, but for something different MacRumors has an article on what NOT to expect from Apple during the year. Might give us some idea of what things will arrive, and what may not.
A bit of a “checklist” we can use at the end of the year to see how they went.
If you want to read more about it, you can view the article here.
Have you considered if your computer stops working or could be down for quite a while?
If your computer crashes or is down for a long period time, or even if it’s going to be away for service work for a while, have you considered the down time this could cause to yourself, your work and/or business?
There is a way that an external drive can be set up beforehand where in these sort of circumstances you can still be up and running relatively easy - even if your computer has to go away for days to be repaired.
It’s a relatively cheap and easy process.
If you would like to find out more about how this can be set up for yourself or your business please feel free to drop me an email or call to discuss.
Be aware of “Fake webpages” advising you need to update.
So there is a bit of a rise on the number of webpages or fake links that will try to trick you into calling a number or clicking a link to “update” some piece of software.
I’ve written a page with a bit more info on it here
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