30 12, 2013

Fix iOS Software Problems via iCloud Restore – Guide

By | December 30th, 2013|Categories: Guides|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

We've had a lot of requests from clients, friends, and family asking us for advice on software problems they're seeing with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod running iOS 7. There are many ways for a problem to surface with the complex hardware and software in an iOS device. We're glad that Apple gave us a great way to get rid of our software problems with the advent of iCloud. Most people will be able to fix iOS software problems via iCloud restore and avoid the Genius Bar entirely. The following steps a [...]

1 07, 2013

iTunes Radio, Game Controllers, Creative Cloud, iPhone Repairs – RMMR Weekly Episode 23

By | July 1st, 2013|Categories: RMMR Weekly|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Josh, the owner of Rocky Mountain Mac Repair, discusses the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week he talks about iTunes Radio and it's lackluster feature set, Game Controllers making their way to iOS 7, Adobe's Creative Cloud service, and iPhone repair updates. RMMR is now offering the iPhone 5 screen repair for $149. The iPhone 4 and 4S dropped down to $89. We will also be offering iPhone water proofing... very soon! We're finalizing pricing and will have everything on our website asap.

2 02, 2013

iOS 6 jailbreak, evad3rs, iPad 4 128GB, Apple TV, MacBook Firmware Updates — RMMR Weekly Episode 14

By | February 2nd, 2013|Categories: RMMR Weekly|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Josh and Chris from Rocky Mountain Mac Repair talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss Apple's release of iOS 6.1, the forthcoming iOS 6.x jailbreak from the evad3rs dev team, the new 128GB iPad 4th generation, a new and improved Apple TV, MacBook notebook line firmware updates and the cease of sale in the European Union for the Mac Pro.

10 12, 2012

Ebay, TSCM, iam+ and iMacs — RMMR Weekly Episode 10

By | December 10th, 2012|Categories: RMMR Weekly|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Josh and Chris from Rocky Mountain Mac Repair talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss Ebay's new refurbished store for Apple products, the possibility of Apple dropping Samsung for TSCM's 28nm architecture in future iOS devices, Will.i.am's new iam+ iPhone camera accessory and the new 2012 iMacs. [...]

8 10, 2012

RMMR Weekly Episode 3 – iOS 6 Maps, iPhone 5 Hardware

By | October 8th, 2012|Categories: RMMR Weekly, Videos|Tags: , |0 Comments

Josh and Chris from RMMR talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology.  This week they discuss the ever-lamented iOS 6 maps and new information about the iPhone 5 processor speed. [...]

13 09, 2012

Local Search in the iOS 6 Maps App is Broken

By | September 13th, 2012|Categories: Apple News, Featured|Tags: , , |35 Comments

I sat down to play with the Golden Master release of iOS 6 tonight so I could familiarize myself with the software before our customers download it next week.  While the majority of my interactions have been perfectly good, there is one terrible experience that I've spent way too much time trying to figure out. With Apple looking to control more and more of its software, they replaced Google Maps with custom-built mapping software in iOS 6.  Initially, I thought that would be great -- better fun [...]

5 05, 2012

Identifying your iPad, iPhone or iPod

By | May 5th, 2012|Categories: Guides|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

To help ensure that you're ordering the right repair on our website, we've created a handy guide to identifying your iOS device.  On every iOS repair category, you'll see that we've included the model number in the product category. By verifying the model number, you can be sure you've selected the right product.  Take a look at the list below to identify your device. iPad If you look at the picture to the right, you'll notice that Apple displays the iPad model identifier on the back of every iP [...]

17 06, 2011

iCloud, iOS 5, iTunes Match, and Mac OS 10.7 Lion

By | June 17th, 2011|Categories: Apple News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

We've been somewhat quiet over here lately... it's because we were focusing our efforts on the MacWorks blog at this point.  We've covered iCloud, iOS 5, iTunes Match, and Mac OS 10.7 Lion at great detail there. If you're interested in reading more about them, we've tagged them all with WWDC -- or just hit the main blog page and read all of our articles. Here's direct links to the articles themselves: Preparing for Lion - What's new in Mac OS 10.7 Lion? New features available with iOS iTunes Mat [...]

25 05, 2011

MacStories found our Google Instructions

By | May 25th, 2011|Categories: Apple News|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

A popular Apple news blog - MacStores.com - noticed our Google sync instructions and included us in their blog post.  We actually update all of our Google Instructions as we find newer, better information.  We've reworded the articles a lot lately -- after receiving feedback from several readers -- to make the instructions easier to follow.  We also added our Gmail configuration article for those of you looking to setup Google's Email the correct way on your Mac and iOS device.  We'll cover adva [...]

5 05, 2011

Configure a Gmail Account for Mac and iOS

By | May 5th, 2011|Categories: Guides|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

You may have noticed that we’ve been on a guide-creation-spree with Google Calendar, Google Contacts and Google Email (Gmail). We’ve already created the complete guide to Google Calendar Sync and a follow-up for Google Contact Sync… now we’re going to talk about Gmail. This is, by far, the easiest setup of the three. If you handle contacts and calendars, then you should be able to breeze through this. By the way, thanks for all of the interest in our guides so far. We’ll be putting out a couple follow-up guides for issues that you’ve run into that aren’t covered in our original guides: resetting Sync Services and resetting the Address Book. This guide covers a Gmail account configuration in Apple Mail and iOS. If you’re following this guide with a regular “@gmail.com” email address, then insert “gmail” in the “domain” section of the corresponding pictures. If you’re using a Google Apps account, insert your Google Apps domain instead of “domain.com.” If you’re looking for configuration settings for other devices, click the mail envelope icon to the right and let us know. Click the “Continue Reading” link to get started. […]

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