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Monday April 6

12:40
Use LTE on iPhone with China Unicom

You can update certain models of iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c to iOS 8 and enable 4G LTE for China Unicom. Your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus already have iOS 8, and certain models can support 4G LTE for China Unicom.
If your carrier is China Telecom, learn to use LTE on iPhone with China Telecom.

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12:20
Use iBooks with PDF documents on your iPhone, iPad...

With iBooks for iOS, you can view, sync, save, share, and print PDFs on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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12:18
Autopkg – Download Recipe Decision Making Process

It’s been a long-standing goal of mine to help people get started making their own recipes for autopkg, which was recently spurred on by revisiting my previously-discussed recipeGenerationUtils. The autopkg wiki can only be so instructive on the process besides some general guidelines, so I thought I’d expand on some points here, while zooming-in on the download recipe in particular. In this flowchart, I take apart the decision making process for what processors to choose and when, which should cover most possibilities.
Why a separate download recipe?
While there are folks who skip download recipes entirely, it really helps sharing and reuse by folks using different management systems if you do insert this step as a separate recipe. Let’s get started:
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11:27
About the security content of Apple TV 7.0.3

This document describes the security content of Apple TV 7.0.3.

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09:08
Frequently asked questions about Apple ID

Need help? You might find the answer to your question below.

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09:02
Restore your Apple TV (2nd and 3rd generation)

Learn how to restore your Apple TV (2nd and 3rd generation).

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08:00
Teaching Excel and data analysis—one professor’s e...

Today’s post on Excel was written by Felienne Hermans, an assistant professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, where she heads the Spreadsheet Lab.
Should a university teach a course on Excel? I have heard this question a lot. But while doing research for my Ph.D. thesis at Delft University of Technology, I noticed the whole world is run by Excel. A manager at a big Dutch bank once told me, “If email goes down, that will be uncomfortable, but if Excel stops working, we’ll all go home.” Excel is so omnipresent in business, yet, we at the university do not help students become proficient in the application.
For example, I was recently visited by a student from the Architecture department. For his graduation project, he was supposed to create a spreadsheet calculating the impact of different building styles. The model was not the problem, he told me, but rather he needed to know how to build the spreadsheet and ensure the calculations were... | Read more »

07:49
Subscribe to iTunes Match

iTunes Match stores all of your music in iCloud, even songs you’ve imported from other sources such as CDs, and gives you access to it from all of your devices, at any time. iTunes Match is an annual subscription.

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07:38
Mac Basics: Use Mission Control to switch between...

Mission Control zooms out beyond your desktop to give you an easy way to switch between apps, spaces, and windows.

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07:26
What to do before you install iOS beta

To use an iOS beta release, you need to be a member of Apple Beta Software Program, Customer Seed Program, or iOS Developer Program. Here's what to do before you install an iOS beta release on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

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06:45
About the security content of Apple TV 5.2.1

Learn more about the security content of Apple TV 5.2.1.

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06:44
About the security content of Apple TV 6.0

Learn about the security content of Apple TV 6.0.

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06:44
About the security content of Apple TV 5.2

This document describes the security content of Apple TV 5.2.

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06:44
About the security content of Apple TV 6.0.2

This document describes the security content of Apple TV 6.0.2.

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Friday April 3

13:34
iOS product security: Validations and guidance

This article contains references for key product certifications, cryptographic validations, and security guidance for iOS platforms.

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10:10
If you need more space for an iOS update

When you’re updating your iOS device wirelessly, you might see a message that there’s not enough space on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. These steps can help.
 

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08:13
Use Microsoft Exchange (EWS) accounts in Mail on y...

Learn about using Exchange (EWS) accounts in Mail with OS X v10.6 or later.

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08:00
Mac keyboard shortcuts

By pressing a combination of keys, you can do things that normally need a mouse, trackpad, or other input device.

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08:00
Cricket World Cup fever–analyzing the data with Po...

With the 2015 Cricket World Cup in full swing, there’s all sorts of folks who are interested in digging into the details about their home team, their upcoming rivals or their favorite players. With all the data available, how do you get it into shape so that you can analyze what’s important to you (or your team)? This is a job for Excel and its data analysis tools—Power Query and Power View.
In this post, we explore how to grab Cricket data from a handful of different sources, mash it up using Excel’s Power Query and then, with Power View, visualize the results in ways that are informative, interactive, interesting and even cool.

One of the PowerView sheets from one of ten Power View sheets in the workbook.
Want to follow along, or see all this for yourself? You can download the workbook and check out what we’ve done:... | Read more »

07:53
Mail settings you might need from your email provi...

If Mail asks you to enter email settings manually, you may need to get the account type, mail server address, and other details listed in this article.

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07:51
Mac keyboard shortcuts for accessibility features

Accessibility shortcuts help control your Mac with a keyboard or assistive device.

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07:21
Startup key combinations for Mac

Some Mac features are available by holding down certain keys during startup. 

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00:00
Office 365 news roundup

We are now living in a mobile world where devices outnumber people. To be productive when you’re on the go, you need access to the data and applications that allow you to be effective while untethered from your workspace or home. At Microsoft, with our mobile-first, cloud-first strategy, we strive to provide our customers with the services, applications and data that roam wherever they do.
Microsoft recently announced that the core editing and viewing capabilities of Office 365 will now be free on any for device with a screen size of 10.1 inches or less, ensuring a quality mobile experience for anyone who wants the power of Office literally at their fingertips. In addition, Microsoft... | Read more »

Thursday April 2

11:00
More background on building collaboration into Swa...

We’re excited to announce today that Sway is now collaborative and lets you create and edit together with others. Check out this blog post for more detail.
One of the great things about working at Microsoft is that you can build on the work of other teams. Several members of the Sway team formerly worked on Word and OneNote. We’re able to learn from that experience as well as build on some shared pieces of technology in Office. We’ve built the core collaboration infrastructure for Sway based on the co-authoring technology pioneered in OneNote several years ago, which has been lighting up across Office over the last number of years. Building on our shared technology helps us not only get these features into your hands sooner, but also addresses the really hard challenges. For example, while it is not uncommon for online editing tools to support co-... | Read more »

11:00
Sway is now collaborative—create and edit together...

When we announced Sway, we knew that people would want to work on standout class projects, eye-catching business reports, engaging vacation recaps, or more, together—it’s the way things are done now, right? But Sway up until now has been a tool for individual authors to create polished content in a new and interactive way to share with their audiences. However, we know you’ve asked for shared editing in Sway in our feedback channels (such as UserVoice), and that Office has delivered real-time editing and collaboration features for years, allowing people to work together to share their collective ideas. On top of that, we can’t tell you how many times that we on the Sway team have said to each other, “I wish I could work on this Sway with you!” So now we’re rolling out co-authoring in Sway!
Whatever you want to make, it’s easy to create and edit Sways with other people. Simply share an edit link with anyone... | Read more »

 
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Create Your Perfect Vacation Day With Ma...
The Make My Day app, by Lonely Planet, gives you access to a new series of mobile guidebooks that focus on some of the worlds most famous cities. [Read more] | Read more »
Jelly Reef (Games)
Jelly Reef 1.0 Device: iOS Universal Category: Games Price: $1.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes) Description: You are the ocean. Touch the sea with your fingers and guide jellyfish through a roguelike underwater world. | Read more »
This Week at 148Apps: April 20-24, 2015
The Apps of April How do you know what apps are worth your time and money? Just look to the review team at 148Apps. We sort through the chaos and find the apps you're looking for. The ones we love become Editor’s Choice, standing out above the many good apps and games with something just a little bit more to offer. Take a look at what we've been... | Read more »
The Dynamic Duo of Tile and Your Apple W...
If you often lose things like your wallet, keys, purse, or pants, Tile could be your new best friend. [Read more] | Read more »
Desktop Dungeons: Enhanced Edition is Co...
Desktop Dungeons, the puzzle roguelike game, is adventuring onto your mobile devices soon, giving you all the excitement of Desktop Dungeons wherever you go. [Read more] | Read more »
Now You Can Control ProCamera 8 With You...
ProCamera 8 + HDR, the photo, video, and editing app by Cocologics, recently updated to add Apple Watch controls and a few other fun functions. [Read more] | Read more »
Discover Your Reflexes With Minimalist G...
Discover O, BYOF Studios, may look simple at first with its' color matching premise and swipe controls, but as you speed up the task becomes more daunting. [Read more] | Read more »
Here's Another Roundup of Notable A...
Now that the Apple Watch is publically available (kind of), even more apps and games have been popping up for it. Some of them are updates to existing software, others are brand new. The main thing is that they're all for the Apple Watch, and if you're looking to expand the wearable's library then we've got a list for you. Our previous list is... | Read more »
Use Batting Average and the Apple Watch...
Batting Average, by Pixolini, is designed to help you manage your statistics. Every time you go to bat, you can use your Apple Watch to track  your swings, strikes, and hits. [Read more] | Read more »
Celebrate Studio Pango's 3rd Annive...
It is time to party, Pangoland pals! Studio Pango is celebrating their 3rd birthday and their gift to you is a new update to Pangoland. [Read more] | Read more »
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