We're pretty big fans of duct tape. The day we can't find a roll around the house for quick fixes is a pretty dark day. We even buy it in fancy colors (red duct tape for special projects, blue for serious ones).
And the only reason we haven't plunked for an iPad is the cash. But let's say we sold our plasma, scraped together all the change in our couch, sold back some CDs (we'd already ripped), and used our last spare penny for an iPad. What would we do to keep our investment safe?
When it comes to security, Apple users have had it very easy for a long
time. While their Windows peers have struggled with viruses, malware,
and trojans, the biggest security worry Apple users have faced is the
(largely apocryphal) prospect of being mugged if they’re wearing white
earbuds. Read on to see why this might not always be the case.
Apple makes great computers. They run well, and look fantastic. But like all
computers, they can break down or become less useful over time, though that
doesn't mean the old gear doesn't still have some life in it.
Another browser solution for our mobile devices is on its way to the App
Store. Opera Mini will be available within the next 24 hours, depending
on where you live. It is a free download for either the iPhone or iPod
touch, and it works for iPad, too--though you'll have to embiggen it.
What's even better than Mac|Life on your computer screen? How about, Mac|Life on your iPhone and iPod touch. That's right--we've got ourselves a newfangled app up live in the App Store right now!
As our iTunes descriptor says: The greatest website in the universe now presents the greatest app in the universe! Our Mac|Life app includes all of the great things you love about us: news, reviews and how-to's. And the best part of it all: it's absolutely free! So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and download it! [iTunes link]
iPod and iPhone owners: Are you happy with a case that simply prevents dings and dents, or would you prefer one that offers a solar panel, accessibility options for the disabled, physical controls for gamers, or even provide cellular phone capabilities for an iPod?