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Archive for the ‘iBook’ Category

November 8th, 2008

Calibrating Your MacBook/MacBook Pro’s Battery

Batteries are an important part of having a portable. Being mobile is one of the reasons you got a portable and it can’t be portable if it can’t run on batteries right? So having a good set of batteries is important.
Calibrating your batteries is important to making sure you get a good amount of […]

By Juan -- 0 comments

March 29th, 2007

MacRumors Buyers Guide

I’ve been thinking about getting a new MacBook Pro. Two things stopped me, I don’t have enough money yet and I was debating whether or not it was a good time to buy. I know it’s time for the MBP to get a speed or spec bump but I’ve been wanting to upgrade. Thank God […]

By Juan -- 0 comments

March 13th, 2007

Optimize Your Mac

Yes, we’ve all heard how the new Intel Macs are screamers. But most of us are still in the PowerPC age. While our Macs still run decently, you can never have too much speed and performance. If you feel that your Mac is slow the best would be to upgrade. If you can’t afford a […]

By Juan -- 0 comments

September 27th, 2006

My iBook is now a desktop replacement

Yesterday I sent off my iBook’s battery to be replaced courtesy of the Great Battery Recall. In the Philippines, a battery replacement can take one week to get this, 24 weeks. The tech guy said that the latter doesn’t happen though. It’s just a precaution.
In any case, my iBook G4 (three years together and still […]

By Jayvee -- 0 comments

June 4th, 2006

Failure to Launch and Macs

I just saw Failure to Launch starring Matthew McConaghuey and Sarah jessica Parker. There were at least two Mac sightings throughout the movie where Zooey Deschanel’s character had an iBook on the table and Ace had a Powerbook which was set up to his room’s 21 multi-angle cameras.
Funny too, because Terry Bradshaw and Kathy Bates […]

By Jayvee -- 0 comments

February 19th, 2006

Old PowerPC Magic

I was at a presscon last week, purpose of which was to demo the new iLife and iWork ‘06 to the public. But deeper than that was the demo of the software on the new Intel-based Macs.
I’ll give it to Apple - they made the migration from PowerPC to Intel almost seamless. But.
Before the […]

By Jayvee -- 2 comments

February 8th, 2006

Social Surfing

I don’t know about you, but for the better part of my wireless life I’ve always enjoyed the benefits of a wireless connection coupled with friends to share it with. Nope, I don’t mean an open WiFi network. I’m talking about social WiFi.
WiFi as a social concept, at least here where I’m from, is null […]

By Jayvee -- 2 comments

January 28th, 2006

Power corrupts

Having really not much to do stuck in morning rush hour traffic, I recently had a vigorous discussion with my brother, a Windows user (but the distinction is irrelevant for the subject we were discussing in this case, so I don’t know why I’m even mentioning it at all) and mobile warrior like me, about […]

By Adel -- 1 comment