TC is full of shit. Parts could be available if Apple really wanted them. The iPod touch is a piece of crap (I own one and still prefer the classic).
Make a "classic" with 128GB of flash and a click wheel. Done.
Just recently my iPad Mini has refused to update any app.
YouTube app has also refused to work and when I tried deleting and reinstalling it I couldn't download it from the App Store. Tried updating apps on software update but they spin for a second or two then return to the "update" status.
Tried logging out of my iTunes account and now it won't log in again! "Cannot connect to iTunes Store".
Well, just to let you know, i've tried things such as turning off IVP6 and rebooting and to no avail. Wifi signal is strong and Macbook Pro and AppleTV art literally two meters away from each other! Video and audio is still lagging and iTunes refuses to play to the AppleTV for more than 20 seconds then cuts out. WTF?
The AppleTV has to be the biggest piece of shit Apple ever produced! It just does not work as advertised. Returning to the nearest Apple...
As described in the title, I've just bought a new Apple TV 3 and it works fine with my iPad Mini and iPhone, mirroring is smooth. Problem is, why the hell won't it work properly with my 2012 MacBook Pro? All software is up to date etc.
Ive looked online and there is a discussion on Apple.com about it and still no fix! https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5252720?start=60&tstart=0
Anyone got any suggestions?
Driving me nuts as the damn thing won't work with one...
Thanks Marvin. Was a little worried that so much RAM was being used for no apparent reason. The machine seems to be running a lot faster now with the extra RAM. Beforehand things like Aperture were crawling!
Just installed 8gb Crucial RAM in my mid 2012 MacbookPro bringing it to a total of 10GB.
Problem is, the thing is using 7.50GB of this RAM on idle!!
I have Safari, process viewer and Viber running in the background and nothing else discernible so what would be sucking this much memory? BTW the book was running slowly on stock 4GB RAM so thats why I upgraded.
So, my MacbookPro has a virus/trojan called Mal/BredoZp-B floating around it somewhere. I've got the free version of Sophos antivirus running in the background and as such it has detected and "removed" the threat. Problem is, it keeps popping up every so often so I believe that it is still on the computer, hiding somewhere. Doing my head in!
Any advice on what to do to get rid of it and is it a real threat? I believe that it is more of a threat to Windows...
Thanks again Marvin. I actually have a Western Digital USB3 2TB portable HDD which I use solely for music simply because I have far too many songs to keep on the internal drive. The larger 3.5 externals are relatively cheaper for more storage so the more the better.
Had a look at Crucial and here's what I got...
So I have a question. I see there is an 8GB kit comprising two 4 GB sticks or an option of one 8GB stick. Is it possible to buy and install the single 8GB...
Thanks for the reply Marvin. I shall look into a SSD for the machine although they are still quite expensive. I had this thing BTO with a larger 750gb HDD though in hindsight I should have ordered the 7200 version. Had a look at the process viewer and found that flash player plug-in for Safari was running constantly and using at times up to 93% CPU! Quit that.
Here is a screenshot of istat. Note the fan speed even when the machine is cool. Also note the amount of memory...