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Macbook 2015

September 5th, 2017, posted in Apple
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Some reviews regarding the Macbook Pro 2015 

https://arstechnica.com/apple/2015/04/ultrabook-plus-the-2015-13-inch-retina-macbook-pro-reviewed/

http://www.t3.com/reviews/13-inch-macbook-pro-review

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Apple-MacBook-Pro-Retina-13-Early-2015-Notebook-Review.139621.0.html

 

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How to transfer data from your old iPhone to your new iPhone

June 12th, 2017, posted in Apple
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How to transfer your data to your new iPhone using iTunes

Here’s the deal: If you make an encrypted backup of your old iPhone using iTunes, then restore it to your new iPhone, it’ll bring most — if not all — your password information along with it. That’ll save you a lot of time and effort getting set back up.

You do need a Lightning to USB cable (or 30-pin Dock to USB if you have an iPhone 4s or earlier), and you’ll still have to re-download apps — the App Store gives you slightly different versions for each device, optimized to run best on that specific hardware — but overall I still find it to be much, much faster.

  1. Make sure you’re running the most recent version of iTunes.
  2. Plug your old iPhone into your Mac or Windows PC.
  3. Launch iTunes.
  4. Click on the iPhone icon in the menu bar when it appears.
  5. Click on Back Up Now.
  6. Click on Encrypt Backup and add a password.
  7. Skip Backup Apps, if asked. (They’ll likely re-download anyway.)
  8. Unplug your old iPhone when done.
  9. Turn off your old iPhone.
  10. On iTunes on your Mac or Windows PC, select Restore from this backup.
  11. Choose your recent backup from the list.
  12. Enter your password if your backup was encrypted and it asks.
  13. Take your SIM card out of your old iPhone. (If you don’t have a new or separate SIM card for your new phone.)How to transfer data from your old iPhone to your new iPhone ,How to transfer data from your old iPhone, new iPhone,iPhone,How to transfer data,iTunes,most recent version of iTunes.Wait for the backup to complete before proceeding.
    1. Put your SIM card into your new iPhone. (If it didn’t come with a new or different SIM card.)
    2. Turn on your new iPhone.
    3. Plug your new iPhone into your Mac or Windows PC.
    4. Slide to set up on your iPhone.
    5. Follow the directions to choose your language and set up your Wi-Fi network.
    6. Select Restore from iTunes backup.
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    7. On iTunes on your Mac or Windows PC, select Restore from this backup.
    8. Choose your recent backup from the list.
    9. Enter your password if your backup was encrypted and it asks.How to transfer data from your old iPhone to your new iPhone ,How to transfer data from your old iPhone, new iPhone,iPhone,How to transfer data,iTunes,most recent version of iTunes.



      Keep your iPhone plugged into iTunes until the transfer is complete, and on Wi-Fi until all re-downloads are complete. Depending on how much data you have to re-download, including music and apps, it might take a while.Your iPhone might feel warm or even hot, and you might burn a lot of battery life for the first few hours or even a day or due to the radios working and the Spotlight search system indexing. Just let it finish.
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Macbook 2015

April 26th, 2017, posted in Apple
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Some reviews regarding the Macbook Pro 2015 

https://arstechnica.com/apple/2015/04/ultrabook-plus-the-2015-13-inch-retina-macbook-pro-reviewed/

http://www.t3.com/reviews/13-inch-macbook-pro-review

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Apple-MacBook-Pro-Retina-13-Early-2015-Notebook-Review.139621.0.html

 

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Replacing MacBook Batteries

February 4th, 2017, posted in Apple
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Replacing MacBook Batteries

The battery life of an Apple MacBook is something that PC laptop users dream about. It’s normal for MacBook Air users to get 12 hours on a single charge, and MacBook Pro users should get several hours, even if the laptop is a few years old. But, the battery life will get worse over time. There is nothing that anybody can do to prevent that. The issue comes when it is time to replace the battery. They are not designed to be replaceable by members of the public, which makes some people think that they are not replaceable at all.

That’s not true. The battery in a MacBook, whether it’s a MacBook Pro or Air, can be replaced with a new model and many more years use can be had.


How to tell if you need a new Mac battery

The fastest way to check if your MacBook is in need of a new battery is to open System Profiler. This is located in Applications > Utilities and can also be accessed by going to the Apple menu > About This Mac > More Info. Click on the Power section in the list and you’ll find information like the cycle count and condition rating. The condition rating can be “Normal”, “Replace Soon”, “Replace Now”, or “Service Battery”. If your battery is listed as anything except, Condition: Normal, then you should replace your battery.


How to access information about your Mac battery:

  1. Your first step will vary depending on which version of Mac OS X you are using:
    • OS X Snow Leopard v10.6.8 or earlier: Open Apple System Profiler by choosing “About this Mac” from the Apple Menu. Then, click More Info.
    • OS X Lion v10.7 or later: Open System Information by choosing “About this Mac” from the Apple Menu. Click System Report.
  2. Click Power in the Contents list (under the Hardware section as shown below).


Battery Cycles

Use of your MacBook battery is counted in the form of charge cycles. A charge cycle means using all of the battery’s power, but that doesn’t necessarily mean a single charge. For instance, you could use your MacBook for an hour or more one day, using half its charge, and then recharge it fully. If you did the same thing the next day, it would count as one charge cycle, not two, so it may take several days to complete a cycle.

Batteries have a limited amount of charge cycles before they are considered to be consumed. Once consumed, a replacement battery is recommended. You can use your battery after it reaches its maximum cycle count, but you may notice a reduction in your battery life. Knowing how many charge cycles are on your battery and how many are left can help you determine when a battery replacement is required. For optimal performance, replace your battery before you reach the maximum cycle count.


Computer

Maximum Cycle Count

MacBook

MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2010)
MacBook (13-inch, Late 2009)
1000
MacBook (13-inch Aluminium, Late 2008) 500
MacBook (Mid 2009)
MacBook (Early 2009)
MacBook (Late 2008)
MacBook (Early 2008)
MacBook (Late 2007)
MacBook (Mid 2007)
MacBook (Late 2006)
MacBook (13-inch)
300

MacBook Pro

MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2013)
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2013)
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2012)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2011)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Early 2011)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2009)
MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013)
MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Early 2013)
MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012)
MacBook pro (15-inch, Mid 2012)
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2011)
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2011)
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2010)
MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2.53 GHz, Mid 2009)
MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2009)
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2011)
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2011)
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Mid 2010)
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Mid 2009)
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2009)
1000
MacBook Pro (15-inch Late 2008) 500
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2008)
MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2.4/2.2GHz)
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Core 2 Duo)
MacBook Pro (15-inch Glossy)
MacBook Pro (15-inch)
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2008)
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2008)
MacBook Pro (17-inch, 2.4GHz)
MacBook Pro (17-inch Core 2 Duo)
MacBook Pro (17-inch)
300

MacBook Air

MacBook Air (11-inch, Early 2014)
MacBook Air (11-inch, Mid 2013)
MacBook Air (11-inch, Mid 2012)
MacBook Air (11-inch, Mid 2011)
MacBook Air (11-inch, Late 2010)
MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2014)
MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid 2013)
MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid 2012)
MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid 2011)
MacBook Air (13-inch, Late 2010)
1000
MacBook Air (Mid 2009) 500
MacBook Air (Late 2008)
MacBook Air
300
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The difference between U8 , U8S and U8L(U8 Plus)

January 4th, 2016, posted in Android, Apple
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The Difference Between U8 , U8S and U8L(U8 Plus) Smart Wrist WatchThe Difference Between U8 , U8S and U8L(U8 Plus) Smart Wrist Watch,U8 and U8L(U8 Plus) difference,U8 and U8S ,Remote Camera and SMS Synchronous,support IOS system,IOS system,Android system,Android OS system,Support Android system,Smart watch, U8 Smart Watch,U8L(U8 Plus) Smart Watch,U8S Smart Watch,

The first generation U watch–U8,SKU132282,
http://www.banggood.com/U8-Sport-U-Watch-1_48-Inch-Bluetooth-Smart-Wrist-Sports-Watch-Bracelet-p-922313.html

The second generation U watch–U8S,SKU165339,
http://www.banggood.com/Waterproof-U8S-Sport-U-Watch-Bluetooth-Smart-Wrist-Sports-Watch-p-945581.html

The third generation U watch—U8L(U8 Plus),SKU190483,
http://www.banggood.com/U8L-Sport-Watch-Bluetooth-Smart-Wrist-Sports-Watch-for-iPhone-Android-p-959429.html

They are the same as a whole,their apperance and functions.
But you should note here is that which systems they support.

 

U8 and U8S just difference between waterproof.

U8S is waterproof,and U8 is not.
Both of U8 and U8S APK does not support IOS system (only support Android system), so customer use iPhone or iPad (IOS system) could not use Remote Camera or SMS Synchronous functions.
Apart that, other functions support IOS system.

 

U8 and U8L(U8 Plus) difference between support systems.

U8L(U8 Plus) support IOS and Android system and all functions.
U8 APK does not support IOS system in Remote Camera and SMS Synchronous two functions.

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