You'll need to go to Snow first then Mavericks. Does she use iPhoto? What version? Just get 2x2G chips. 4G are way too expensive. Since that is older RAM somewhere like Crucial will be twice the price. They want $61 shipped for 2x2G Make this sel
So.. no good deed goes unpunished. My Mom has the iP4 which has issues with reception. (AntennaGate anyone) It's in a case but she still needs to be near a window. I decided to look at her plan on ATT. I got her onto the Next plan with a new iP6 for
Ah SO! Makes Even MORE Sense...now... Glad I ain't got nobody but ME messing with the G4/Music & Apps Everybody tosses me their devices and I get to transfer their CD's into my iTunes Library. KEEP The CHANGE Just tonight I got 4CDs to
Thanks. I think I'll go with the WD MyBook 4TB USB , easiest solution for now since I'm going in deep with the iMac purchase... and I have about $60 of Staples Rewards $$ I need to redeem this month. Going to wrap a few financial loose ends, get th
Originally Posted By: garyWMy concern is more with the age of the SATA drives and my need to access the contents. As long as you have them backed up no hurry to replace I guess. If they aren't backed up externals are cheap. You can get a WD MyBook 4T
Actually, it's APPLE SIMPLE, when you think<->about it.. The problem (..aside from not thinking..) was that I was looking in iTunes only when the iPhone was hooked up by going only to the iPhone App. Tab Doing it directly through the i
Yes, the 1TB flash storage and the 4.0GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7. Realize I also need to purchase an optical drive! duh! I have'nt burned a DVD or CD in over a year but I know I will need to as soon as I don't have it on my desk. I see now t
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