Greetings from your friends at TechRestore! We hope you are enjoying this Spring season and all the wonders that it brings (baseball, tulips, Spring break, to name a few, if you need a list). If you missed our FaceBook posts this week (let’s face it, FaceBook is a bit overwhelming sometimes, we don’t expect you to see everything we post!), here is a brief recap. We really enjoy staying up to speed on Apple and tech news and we hope you enjoy what we share.
On Monday, we shared about the new Apple app “Clips”. Clearly, you already know about it! It’s been breaking records for downloads numbers all week long. We also shared a tip about organizing your email like a BOSS. After you read that, you may want to join those of us here who have taken on the massive task of putting this to practice in our own lives.
#HowToTuesday covered having “the talk” with the significant senior in your life and an early Throw Back Thursday post about the Apple I that was so good, we couldn’t wait two more days to share! We also published a blog (which you obviously saw or you wouldn’t be reading this either!).
Wednesday, we shared a parents’ nightmare and how Apple stepped in to help out. This story about the Apple I in the Living Computers: Museum + Lab revealed not only a fascinating exhibit and perspective on Apple’s place in computer history, but a look into the mindset of the man many credit with its success.
#TBT again visited 1976 and the 3rd Apple founder’s early exit, leaving us to wonder what the shape of Apple would be if he had stayed on. Surely, he’s tired of hearing it, but we couldn’t help wonder if he might be related to Batman. If you have an older iPhone, don’t worry about the newest iOS update, you’re still covered.
Finally Friday! If you have upgraded, you’re likely to have lots more room on your iPhone or iPad now. Well, fill it up with pictures! Here we shared some great tips for photos.
Are you looking for some common ground with your teen? This “Taking Stock with Teens” report may give you an idea, at least in terms of what the stock market can measure. (Hint: they want a new iPhone.)
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We’ll be publishing another blog soon with our thoughts and musings on the Apple ecosystem and why it’s not new.