Yesterday, the iMac Pro came out. Though an incredible machine and one I’d be proud to have on my desk (I wish) it’s been taking a lot of flak from the media, with two things that have mainly come out of it: The price and the not-customizability. Today, I will attempt to solve both problems … Continue reading Can You Save Money By Building The iMac Pro?
Thanks to expensive Internet and the rotation of the earth, we at DoubleGeek will sadly not be watching the WWDC this afternoon (It's popping up at 4:00PM CAT). But we know that since almost all of our readers are tech enthusiasts, you guys will want to watch it (even if it means missing the Game … Continue reading How to catch the September Event on all platforms
With Apple Notes, you can collaborate live with anyone who has an Apple ID. Let's take a look at how to do this. First, open Notes. Make sure the note you want to use is in the iCloud folder. If you need to move it, simply click Edit in the top-right corner and then select it, and click … Continue reading How to use Apple’s Collaboration feature in Notes
Many non-Apple fans were puzzled and in some cases pissed off when Apple announced at the WWDC in June that their smart speaker, the HomePod, will cost $349. If you're new to the Smart Home game, the reason people are so ticked off is because the current Big Boys in the smart speaker market - Alexa … Continue reading Why does the HomePod cost so much more than Google Home or Alexa?
Answer these multiple choice questions, and you'll find out which iPhone is right for you! What is your preferred screen-size? A. 4 inches (10.1 cm.) B. 4.7 in. (11.3 cm.) C. 5.5 inches Which of these sentences best describes your purchasing power? A. I don't have much, but I want a new iPhone, I don't care which … Continue reading Which iPhone is right for you? QUIZ!!!!
If you recently moved to iPhone, you may remember (In great waves of nostalgia) Google Now Offline every time you lose network signal (Though it is almost impossible these days), and see that "Siri not available" message. You will almost certainly have wished that iOS had something like this too. "Well", you will probably think, … Continue reading How to turn on Voice Over if you’re not connected to the internet (Without disabling Siri)
Mesh WiFi is nothing new. Well, it sort of is. Maybe. OK, so I really have no idea when mesh WiFi was invented. It might have been sometime in 2008 after Apple released the AirPort Extreme. Whenever it was, you could sort of say it's new, as only recently have companies taken notice of it. … Continue reading What is Mesh WiFi, and why should I use it?
A house that you can talk to is no longer science fiction. In fact, it's the furthest thing from it. These days, there are so many products on the market it can be confusing as to which one is best. Fortunately for you, I've rounded up the best ones, so you don't have to … Continue reading What Smart Home products should I buy?