10/30/13 at 3:40pm
Posts by hillstones
10/30/13 at 11:51am
The Kevo was featured on Shark Tank and they liked the product, but not the $219 price. I would never buy one when a regular Kwikset lock is far cheaper. That was the sharks' reasoning as well. I do not want a lock that requires batteries, and as mentioned above, you have to touch the lock to activate it so you might as well have your key in hand and open the door 3 seconds faster, and with much less noise.
10/25/13 at 9:11pm
I love how the AppleInsider website is NOT Mavericks-compatible. If you edit your post, the web content crashes in the new Safari and you get a message, "A problem occurred with this webpage so it was reloaded" then you get the prompt to send a crash report to Apple. Your edit is saved, but the page content crashes and re-loads.
10/25/13 at 10:14am
Here is what I found in the Apple Discussion Forums regarding the new, and undesirable Finder window behavior: The command-double-click and option-double-click and contextual menu behavior depends on the a Finder Preference settings. When "Open folders in tabs instead of new windows" is checked: - command-double-click opens the folder in a new tab in the same window - option-double-click opens the folder in a new window and closes the previous window -...
10/25/13 at 9:22am
Mavericks not so great here. 2011 iMac 27" and 2011 MacBook Pro. Upgraded from Mountain Lion and the Finder does not work as expected. Finder tabs don't work and I cannot open separate windows, regardless of the Finder Preference for "Open Folders in Tabs instead of new windows". It is working as if the setting was to show one window only, in previous versions of OS X. As I open folders, tabs are not created and new windows are not created. Even if I show the tab...
10/10/13 at 9:58pm
You really have no idea what you are talking about. Did you know there was a small amount of iPhone 4s that had bad proximity sensors? Did you know there was a small amount of iPhone 5s that had cameras that could not focus correctly? Now there are iPhone 5Ss that have bad gyroscopes. AppleInsider did not bother to report on the bad gyroscopes, but many others did, with proof. http://gizmodo.com/the-iphone-5s-motion-sensors-are-totally-screwed-up-1440286727
10/10/13 at 9:49pm
I see that you have no proof or explanation to your alleged reasons for the Wi-Fi greying out, but if you research other sites, they have confirmed it is a hardware failure with the Wi-Fi chip, not batteries, SIM cards, firmware or software causing the Wi-Fi chip to become disabled. Many have fixed the problem by re-working the solder on the Wi-Fi chip, or heating up the iPhone with a hair dryer.http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/135053/WiFi+Greyed+out+iOS+6.1.3 Apple's...
10/10/13 at 11:51am
Since most of you commenting don't have this problem, and have never seen it, you don't understand the issue. It is not a software problem, it is a hardware-fault. I have my sister's 4S, which is out of warranty, with the greyed out Wi-Fi. Apple would not replace the phone since the one year warranty expired. She bought a new iPhone using her son's upgrade eligibility when Apple said her only option was to pay $199 for another 4S. The problem started after...
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