Just hold the lock button (that is the one at the top of your device) and the home button at the same time until you see the Apple logo on a black background (you usually have to hold the buttons for around 10 seconds before this happens). You can then release the buttons and your iPhone/iPod Touch will restart.
The Apple Watch doesn’t come with a built in camera (yet) but you can add one with this sweet watch band that includes not one, but two cameras! There is a selfie camera (2MP) and a outward facing camera (8MP). The band has to be charged on it’s own and it connects to your Apple Watch using Bluetooth. It can record about 30 minutes of video or about 100 photos. Not bad for a watch accessory. [Read More…]
Hey guys! We are so excited to bring back i101! In episode 25 we talk about the many rumors of what’s to come at Apple’s 2016 World Wide Developer’s Conference. [Read More…]
We’ve been working hard to get our studio up and running so we can start recording new episodes of i101! Check out the progress and let us know what you want us to cover! [Read More…]
So I recently came across a few pictures from when I went to the Apple Store in Las Vegas and checked out the Apple Watch. I’ve never bought one and after finding the date on these pictures, I am more and more convinced to wait until the next version of the Apple Watch. The pictures are dated April of 2015 which means it’s been 1 year ago! I’m hoping the net version is at minimum thinner and has longer battery life. That’s probably the only features I’d really like. Maybe a front facing camera for FaceTime video. So, here’s a peek at a few photos from my experience. [Read More…]
From now until April 24th, 100% of the proceeds from participating apps in the App Store will support World Wildlife Fund… WWF. This includes both new app purchases and in-app purchases. So, go be awesome and support preserving oceans, protecting fresh water, combating climate change, conserving forests, safeguarding wildlife and supporting sustainable food. To find out more about WWF visit their website at worldwildlife.org. [Read More…]