On Monday, Apple released updated versions of the iMac, Macbook Pro, Macbook Air and Macbook. The world got a first look at the new iPad Pro… and witnessed the surprise arrival of the iMac Pro. As expected, the big reveal was  iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra… and Apple did not disappoint. This is a long post… so scroll down […]

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Finding An Image You’re Comfortable With

May 25, 2017 Cool Sites
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Google offer a number of unique tools to help users find images on the web. If you write a newsletter, create presentations, or just like sending pictures of cats doing stunts to your friends… I urge you to read this. Searching With Words And Pictures Most of us use words and phrases to search for images, but Google also offer […]

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If You Own A 4K TV… Consider Buying An Xbox One S

May 4, 2017 Apple TV
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Even if you have no interest in games, there’s a compelling reason to buy an Xbox One S. It’s a full featured Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray player. What Is Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray? 4K Blu-ray has a picture resolution 4 times greater than current HD. With over 8 million pixels it’s a perfect match for a 4K HDTV. […]

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Remote Control – At Last… An App For Codependents

April 13, 2017 Apple Tips & Tricks
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Remote Control is an App with a ton of great features… and it has the exact same name as an awesome 1988 Keven Dillon movie about a video store clerk battling aliens. What are the odds? I concentrate on the App here, but in case I’ve piqued your interest… I’ve included several stills from the movie. I […]

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Why You Need A Second Email Address

March 31, 2017 Apple Tips & Tricks
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You wouldn’t drive with one eye on the road, try to strangle a partner with one hand or have only one breast enlarged… so why have just one email? Only one of anything is bad. Everyone knows that. Saving Your Sanity When you forget the password to your primary email address, the easiest way to perform a password reset […]

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Leaving… To Help People Find Me

March 3, 2017 Uncategorized
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Google is one of the few search organizations you could use to look for somebody who’s standing right next to you and be told that person is living in New Zealand. There’s a reason they don’t call these guys to sort through rubble after earthquakes. And sadly this means… I need to spend more yet more time optimizing my […]

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It’s Happening Again… And I Can’t Help It

February 2, 2017 Uncategorized
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Unfortunately… once again I have to postpone my bi-weekly posting 🙁 Working on the SEO for No Problem Mac is taking an inordinate amount of time, but it is something I need to do. Fingers crossed, you’ll see a new post on Thursday, March 2nd. Have a great weekend. Live in Los Angeles and need help with your Mac, iPad, iPhone, […]

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Why Does iPhone Content Suddenly Move Down The Screen

January 19, 2017 Apple Tips & Tricks
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Has the content of your iPhone ever suddenly moved down so it occupies only the bottom half of the screen? Does this keep happening? What The Hell Is Going On? You’ve stumbled across a feature of iOS called Reachability. The purpose is to make screen content easier to reach if you’re using one hand. You initiate […]

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Consider An Upgrade. Your Mac Is Only Mostly Dead.

January 5, 2017 Apple Hardware
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If your computer has slowed to a crawl, being perpetually annoyed and ignoring the problem is not a great strategy. Over the past few years two major changes have occurred that you should know about: The latest Apple computers have become more expensive and less upgradeable. The cost of upgrading has significantly dropped. Should You Buy A […]

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No Problem Mac Wishes You A Very Merry Christmas

December 25, 2016 Uncategorized
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This year over 400,000 readers from 222 countries visited the Blog. Whether you’re sipping cocktails in a high rise or buried under rubble in a war zone… thank you for stopping by. Now the bad news. The final post for 2016 was scheduled for Thursday the 29th. Unfortunately, yesterday I bought an Xbox One S and quickly lost interest in working, eating […]

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