If you’ve already downloaded OS X 10.9 for your Mac, you are probably well aware of the key new features in Mavericks such as the all new Maps and iBooks apps, Safari 7.0, Finder Tabs, enhanced notifications and more. However, one feature (of hundreds, surely) that was not mentioned in the Special October Event from Apple on September 22, 2013, is the new dictation feature quietly bundled into the new OS. Continue reading
WordPress recently updated their standard look for mobile viewing, and it looks and functions noticeably better than it did before. The menu was moved to the very top, the fonts adjusted, and even the reply button is different. Everything got a little more stylish, functional, and easier to read. Of course, if you are still not a fan, you can turn off the mobile version of your site under Appearance -> Mobile. Continue reading
Below are all of the answers to the Icon Pop Quiz Game for iOS and other mobile devices. The TV & Film Quiz section is first, followed by the Character Quiz. The answers are in order from left to right, top to bottom. The Icon Pop Quiz game was created by Alegrium. The game is free on the Apple App Store. Happy gaming! Continue reading
There is currently an issue with iCloud sync between the server and the local iOS Calendar application. This problem occurs even when no user error has been made (Calendar is connected with iCloud, Calendar is checked ON in the iCloud system settings, etc.).
As shown in the screenshot to the left, clicking the Refresh Calendars button (Cmd-R) will make the “Updating…” text appear next to the heading, but the notice will not go away – no matter how long you’re in the program. Upon checking iCloud.com or any other synced iOS devices, none of your changes are made and are not published to the cloud.
Apple Support does not currently make note of any problems with iCloud or Calendar, and there are no support columns on this issue. This issue only effects Calendar on iOS X: Mountain Lion, and not the iCloud calendar on the iPod, iPhone, iPad or iCloud website.
If you have any information regarding the status of this sync failure, or if you are experiencing the same problem, please leave a comment with any tips or information and contact Apple.
Below are all of the answers to The Heist, a top selling app in the Apple App Store for $0.99. The video walkthroughs are from our friends at PocketGamer.
Overview: Starting the game brings you right in front of the vault you’re trying to break into. You get a simulated phone call from a woman that gives you instructions on your mission – break into the vault! There are four different puzzle types, and completing each one brings you closer to your prize – we won’t share what that is just yet… Keep reading!
Let’s get started! The image below contains the answers to the “Sand Dunes” levels. Clicking on the photo will enlarge it.
Next up we’ll provide the answers to the “Sliding Block Puzzle.” Each link will take you to a YouTube video walkthrough (don’t worry – there’s no commentary – thanks MegaFlyingToast).
Here are the answers to the “Wire Puzzles.”
And lastly, the answers to the “Maintenance Jobs” puzzles.
Here are some photos of the prize you get when you win The Heist. Very clever marketing for the prize…
From there, you get a very well put together FaceTime call (not real) from the girl and you have the option to finish the remaining puzzles for something else…!
We hope you’ve enjoyed completing The Heist. Let us know if we have any errors in our links, information, etc… Thanks!