8 Juin 2016
1. Boot Camp Support MacBook Air and MacBook Pro SSDs
One of the key concerns of Mac users is a limited storage capacity in their MacBook devices. It really becomes a real pain for those who want to upgrade the capacity but it is truly impossible with MacBook.
But now they must be happy to know that OWC Digital has recently introduced an OWC Dual Boot Enabler for Apple Boot Camp, along with Boot Camp support to the most popular Aura SSD for mid-2013 and later MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with Retina display.
It is said to be an innovative step that can now allow the Mac users to exploit the overall functionality and efficiency with the insertion of Boot Camp competence. For technical services from Apple support phone number dial here to get expert help and support on the way how you are advancing the storage capacity of your MacBook. Read more at https://www.diigo.com/outliner/at3d6n/800-961-1963-Boot-Camp-Support-MacBook-Air-and-MacBook-Pro-SSDs?key=63simjq42h
2. How to Enable 4 K 60 Hz Resolutions on 2016 MacBook
Apple’s MacBook Pro 13 with Retina Display is largely popular with the Mac lovers simply because of its advanced features and applications. With a number of useful features, the device allows the users to explore the wonders of Mac with seamless and flawless execution process.
But a noticeable oversight in the Apple MacBook Pro has been a real pain for the Mac lovers. The laptop has not been supporting the newest 4K resolution. Because of its older Intel HD graphics card, the laptop was unable to produce output of 4K resolution at full 60Hz resolution. Read more at https://www.rebelmouse.com/applehelpsupport/800-961-1963-how-to-enable-4-k-60-hz-resolutions-on-2016-macbook-1846294032.html
3. Advanced Steps for Solving Issues with iTunes App Store
Technical issues with signing into iTunes App Store on iOS devices are trolling on Twitter with enormous reports posted by the users who are experiencing an odd situation when they try to log in to iTunes App Store on their iOS devices.
As per the issues reported on Twitter, the users are witnessing Apple ID login technical errors when they try to sign in to the App Store and iTunes Store, whereas other users have completely been barred from accessing the store on their Apple devices.
Though Apple is yet to address the problem on its Apple tech support page, but some of the technicians have replied some issues on Twitter page. It really appears to be strange when some iOS users come across a message that their Apple ID credentials are invalid. They are no longer authorized to log in to Apple ID. Read more at http://apple-support.applehelp.support/issues-signing-in-apple-id-on-ios-accessing-itunes-app-store/