If you found here looking for how to fix “This movie requires QuickTime, which is not supported by this version of iTunes.”, good it’s here: run iTunes in 32bit mode and/or update Flip4Mac to 3.x if you’re still on 2.x General remarks about iTunes I’ve come to terms with iTunes over the years. I don’t […]
Sure, there are several ways how to get photos off the iPhone and store it on your PC/Mac. What do you do if you need a single, are just a few, photos from the iPhone? Options Connect the iPhone with the Apple-custom USB cable and at least Windows shows the photo folder in the Windows […]
http://osxdaily.com/2011/07/08/make-a-bootable-mac-os-x-10-7-lion-installer-from-a-usb-flash-drive/ really helped.
I was shocked when I realized how skinny Steve Jobs has become. The below picture from WWDC 2011 is seriously scary. He seems to walk on toothpick legs; just skin an bones. I’m worried, truly worried.
More than a year ago I first spent time looking for the perfect in-ear headset for the iPhone. Since I didn’t have many choices at that time I put my decision off – until recently. I scanned the market again, read reviews without end, and finally selected four models for testing: Klipsch Image S4i Bose […]
As many other users I was everything but pleased when Apple replaced the nice Aqua skin in iTunes 10 with an essentially black-and-white “graphite” skin. With the modified skins published at http://macthemes.net/forum/viewtopic.php?id=16805800 I was able to breath new life i.e. color into iTunes 10. I’m using the “Aqua, colored sidebar & v10 standard caption buttons” […]
I recently managed to mess up my Mac mini while resetting PRAM and NVRAM. I did reset them indeed but something got corrupted because the mini would hang at the blue screen with the spinning beach ball re-appearing time and time again. Strangely I could still connect to it with SSH and file sharing worked, […]
On Windows machines I’m used to using FinePrint to pre-process every document before it’s actually sent to the printer (2 on 1 page, 4 on 1, booklet, watermark, template, etc). From that suite of features what I miss the most on OS X is the ability to print booklets. Turns out there are at least […]
I was recently invited by Apple to take part in one of their customer support surveys. Besides the somewhat strange URL I noticed an all too familiar favicon: yes, Apple runs JBoss (Web). Of course I played around with the URL a little…here comes the confirmation, it’s JBoss Web 2.2.1: