Technology is a wonderful thing. It has actually given a new/different meaning to lots of things we used to know. Apple is not just a fruit. Blackberry isn’t either and same with chips. Tech companies may have gotten the inspiration from food in creating these world-changing innovations and it has forever changed the meaning of these things especially with smartphones. Who does not own a smartphone these days, right? Aside from not being cool, you miss out on a lot of things with a low-tech lifestyle. Social media and messaging apps are among the most popular features of these smartphones aside from popular games that forever erases the word boredom in your dictionary.
Smartphones also fuel your love for self-photography a.k.a. the taking of “selfies”. The latest smartphones often have high pixels and allow you to upload photos directly to your various social networking sites or even share to friends on messaging apps. High-tech mobile chips make all these things happen. It’s such a tiny object that holds just as much importance as any computer out there.
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Operating systems determine a person’s overall experience with a certain gadget. From smartphones and tablets to computers and laptops, the OS is at the core of their operation. And Apple knows very well how their trademark iOS sets them apart from the rest.
If you are a fan and avid user of the Apple brand, you must have loved the night shift feature on your iPhone. It gives you an option to reduce blue light exposure and somehow protect your health in the process. And now, the company equipped their Mac line with this feature. They shared this news as they unveiled the latest operating system of their computer – the MacOS 10.12.4.
Apple released the latest version of its computer operating system today, MacOS 10.12.4. One the new features included in the update is called “Night Shift,” which first appeared on iOS mobile devices in 2016. It allows users to adjust the color temperature of their device’s display, turning down the amount of blue light, and making the screen look warmer. This, theoretically, puts less strain on your eyes
While only a handful of the population has ever used a Mac computer or even laid eyes on it, the rest of us can certainly agree that a Windows PC is our go-to PC for all our computing needs. So, as most of us bid a fond goodbye to the much-loved Windows operating system – Windows 7 – because it’s finally time for all of us to move on. However, those who have already taken the leap and upgraded to the latest Windows 10 OS are having mixed reactions with it.
We can’t deny that there will always be glitches with any new system. Not all require level three data recovery services (http://www.harddriverecovery.org/clean_room.html). And while it has been a while since the Windows 10 OS was released to the public, the company is now facing a serious multi-million dollar class lawsuit from a few people who really had a bad experience with Windows 10 after being forced to make the upgrade.
Released in July 2015, Windows 10 was offered as a free upgrade for one year to any