Apple Scraps - Watch What Happens (feat. Bill Robinson, Wayne Walker, Bob Steelnack, John Davis, Tracy Tyler, Mary Leigh Gibson-Hill, Sam Baltzer & Dan Knowles)
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Nice Apple Watch photos

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Summer Sunsets
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Image by AshtonPal
Another lovely day in the park watching the sunset.

Rosedale
Toronto

Apple Watch + components 3D model
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Image by Martin uit Utrecht
3D model which I made of the Apple Watch's internal components. Based on the videos 'gold', 'aluminum' and 'steel' as well as photos published on Apple's website.

Download link: www.turbosquid.com/FullPreview/Index.cfm/ID/917362?referr...

Are you interested in buying the Apple TV MC572LL/A? This article will provide you with more information about it and show you where you can find the best price on this device.

The Apple TV MC572LL/A is the latest generation of and also the best. I love it because I have more viewing choices than I do when watching cable or satellite television and best of all it's all commercial free.

Why should you buy the Apple TV MC572LL/A?

Imagine yourself sitting down to TV on your night off and nothing is on for you to watch. With the Apple TV you can stream HD movies the same day of their release on DVD, get TV shows rented from iTunes, plus content from Netflix, YouTube, Flickr, and MobileMe. So many choices makes watching TV fun again and I can always find something to watch that everyone in my family will love.

This device is small and can fit in any entertainment center or a situation where you don't have a lot of space. It has a HDMI and digital optical audio output and it can connect to my wireless network via it's built in wireless internet card.

Music, videos and photos can also be streamed from my PC, Mac and other apple devices. This has turned my TV into a total multi media entertainment center.

It's compatible with most TV's including high-definition TVs with HDMI and capable of 720p 60/50Hz,2 including popular models from these manufacturers: Hitachi, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, NEC, Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, Samsung, Sony, Sharp, Toshiba, Vizio, Westinghouse.

For me set up was very simple. It took five minutes to plug in the HDMI cable, the optical cable, the power outlet and then adding it to my wireless network. Sharing iTunes from my desktop to Apple TV took another 20 minutes, since I had to download the new version of iTunes. Apple really makes it easy - I didn't have to make any adjustments to my firewall settings to share iTunes on the desktop with Apple TV. I also downloaded the Apple Remote on my iPhone and iPad and that took another 5 minutes.

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Apple Data Recovery

There used to be a time when a device malfunctioned and you just threw it away. Call it a lemon and get a new one - or maybe a better version. When my first cell phone crashed 12 years ago, I simply went to Radio Shack and bought a new one. I asked my 4 friends who also had cell phones to repeat their numbers and that was the end of it.

Not anymore. As technology is becoming more complicated and - at the same time - a greater necessity of our daily lives, the dependence on technological devices has also increased. Errors and malfunctions can no longer simply be ignored or discarded. We fill these devices with data and information that becomes critical to our daily lives. The loss of this information, or merely timely access to it, can have disastrous results on both our professional and personal lives. I am not trying to get on my soap box on this issue, merely stating that this is the way that things are - for better or for worse.

While it is arguably the best technology in the world, and indisputably in the top 5 or 10, Apple has created a host of products that have become ingrained in daily lives. Apple started with computers to compete with IBMs. They would eventually hit gold with the Macintosh models. This would evolve into the IMacs that ran on an OSX operating system that proved to be cleaner and less susceptible (or at least less targeted) for viruses compared to Microsoft Windows. ITunes and the IPod would follow, completely revolutionizing how users obtain and listen to music. The cell phone industry was rocked to its core with the development of the IPhone - which almost instantly made the Blackberry appear to be obsolete. Last year, Apple changed the way that we think about portable computing with the release of the IPad, a simple computing system focusing primarily on media and web programs/applications - the goal being to include most the features that laptop users use regularly while eliminating those that are more rarely delved into (all incorporating into a touch screen interface).

Despite all these successful and quality products, even Apple's products are not beyond having errors and malfunctions. When these machines crash, large amounts of music files, pictures (jpegs), personal data, work documents, or other information may be at serious risk. Apple products are no more immune to needing data recovery than those of most other technology industry giants.

If you need data recovery for an Apple product, bear in mind that (for good reasons) Apple runs its computers on a different operating system than most companies. This does not mean that it is more difficult to recovery items from an Apple device, only that it is done a little differently compared to most recovery processes. Therefore, should you need data recovery for an Apple product, it is important to make sure that the company you are using for the recovery is adept at handling Apple products. Simple research on their qualifications and past experiences should suffice.

- Felix Chesterfield For more information on: Apple Data Recovery, please visit.

Cool Apple Watch images

Some cool apple watch images:

(Super Low-Tech) Apple Watch
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Image by hine
Neon orange! (not pink!)

[ SOLD ] There are three snap fasteners, so you can fit it to your wrist (I have small wrists so I use the tightest snap).

Apple Watch template for case/stand design
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Image by Martin uit Utrecht
Design your own Apple Watch case or stand using this 3D template! www.cgtrader.com/3d-models/character-people/clothing/appl...

Northern Hawk Owl - Brewster, WA
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Image by Michael W Klotz - The Bird Blogger.com
This fabulous bird was hanging out in an apple orchard in Northern Washington. He took me some time to locate with heavy fog the first day and not making an appearance for 3 hours the second. It took about half an hour for him to make his way to the edge of the orchard to let me get this shot.

Michael Klotz - www.TheBirdBlogger.com

Apple Data Recovery

There used to be a time when a device malfunctioned and you just threw it away.  Call it a lemon and get a new one - or maybe a better version.  When my first cell phone crashed 12 years ago, I simply went to Radio Shack and bought a new one.  I asked my 4 friends who also had cell phones to repeat their numbers and that was the end of it.

 

Not anymore.  As technology is becoming more complicated and - at the same time - a greater necessity of our daily lives, the dependence on technological devices has also increased.  Errors and malfunctions can no longer simply be ignored or discarded.  We fill these devices with data and information that becomes critical to our daily lives.  The loss of this information, or merely timely access to it, can have disastrous results on both our professional and personal lives.  I am not trying to get on my soap box on this issue, merely stating that this is the way that things are - for better or for worse.

 

While it is arguably the best technology in the world, and indisputably in the top 5 or 10, Apple has created a host of products that have become ingrained in daily lives.  Apple started with computers to compete with IBMs.  They would eventually hit gold with the Macintosh models.  This would evolve into the IMacs that ran on an OSX operating system that proved to be cleaner and less susceptible (or at least less targeted) for viruses compared to Microsoft Windows.  ITunes and the IPod would follow, completely revolutionizing how users obtain and listen to music.  The cell phone industry was rocked to its core with the development of the IPhone - which almost instantly made the Blackberry appear to be obsolete.  Last year, Apple changed the way that we think about portable computing with the release of the IPad, a simple computing system focusing primarily on media and web programs/applications - the goal being to include most the features that laptop users use regularly while eliminating those that are more rarely delved into (all incorporating into a touch screen interface).

 

Despite all these successful and quality products, even Apple's products are not beyond having errors and malfunctions.  When these machines crash, large amounts of music files, pictures (jpegs), personal data, work documents, or other information may be at serious risk.  Apple products are no more immune to needing data recovery than those of most other technology industry giants.

 

If you need data recovery for an Apple product, bear in mind that (for good reasons) Apple runs its computers on a different operating system than most companies.  This does not mean that it is more difficult to recovery items from an Apple device, only that it is done a little differently compared to most recovery processes.  Therefore, should you need data recovery for an Apple product, it is important to make sure that the company you are using for the recovery is adept at handling Apple products.  Simple research on their qualifications and past experiences should suffice.

 

- Felix Chesterfield

For more information on:  Apple Data Recovery, please visit.