Need to restrict what certain students and employees (of family members) have access to on iPad? In this video, our consultant Rob Williams explains how to lock down specific features and set age restrictions on your iPad using the Restrictions function.
In this video, Rob Williams takes us through three popular apps for keeping up to date with news and current affairs on your iPad. Newsstand is Apple’s own app for monitoring magazine content, Flipboard and Google Currents also provide news on the go.
Lost your iPad? Or does everything just seem to have gone wrong? Have no fear – Dave Hornby talks us through the restore, remote lock, and Find My iPad functions – handy after repair, loss or general error messages.
Just bought an Apple TV? Check out this video on how to start using it with your iPad. In it, consultant Rob talks us through from unboxing it to setting up and getting your TV screen to mirror your iPad via Airplay.
It’s always good to stay current with the latest version of Apple’s iOS operating system for the most up to date features and fixes, so make sure you update it every now and again. In this video, systems engineer and all-round iPad expert Dave gives a quick overview of updating your iPad iOS and applications in order to get the most from your device.
If you’re trying to troubleshoot a hard drive which you’re not sure is faulty, it’s Target Disk Mode you need, if there’s a potential hardware issue, you’ll be after Target Boot Mode or if you want to use a compatible iMac as an external display, it be Target Display Mode you seek. Still confused? Tech support pro Steven explains it all in this video.
In this video, tech support boffin Phillip talks us through how to use the Disk Utility storage management app in Mac OS X to erase and partition drives, and troubleshoot too.
Are you looking to access, remove or install RAM in your Mac? Johanna’s video gives a quick overview of how to do this for the Apple Mac Pro (quad, six or 12 core), iMac, MacBook Pro and Mac mini. Just remember to always unplug your machine from the mains before you start poking around!
Common problems you can put down to faulty RAM in a Mac include power but no video or chime on startup, vertical or horizontal lines in video, kernel panics, system-wide freezes, failure to wake from sleep and beeping on start-up. Luckily, our techie Johanna has the answers to what those beeps and failures mean for your RAM. Watch the video below for more.
If the system identifier light on your Xserve is shining, but you know there are no system errors reported in system admin or system monitor, it’s simply a case of resetting it. In this video, tech support guru John Hutchinson shows how…