It can be super annoying when iTunes keeps opening every time you connect your iPhone or iPad to your Mac or PC 🙁 Fortunately, there is a very easy solution 🙂 Stop iTunes opening every time you plug in your iPhone or iPad Start iTunes Open Preferences Click the Devices tab Check the box marked Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically Voila, after that you can connect iPhones, iPads or iPods with impunity and not have to worry
Author Archives: J.D. H.
My brother-in-law has a really cool banana flask: If you want one for yourself (and who wouldn’t ;-)) they are currently on sale for around $15 on Amazon. Stainless steel and pretty darn awesome, just watch out for monkeys trying to steal it!
If you need to return your OnePlus 5 phone, please find below the official instructions from a OnePlus employee. First I tried their website’s support ticket section, and these are the specific instructions they gave me 🙂 I added screenshots to illustrate the process and I hope this helps! -J.D. […] if you really want to return your device since it’s still within our 15-day return warranty you need to create a return request. Once we approve your request and
Recently my mother-in-law could not get a network printer added to her Windows PC. The solution was fairly simple: #1 Connect the printer via WiFi (this involved going to the setup menu on the printer itself and pressing the WPS button on the internet router) #2 Changing the Windows 7 PC’s WiFi connection from “Public” to “Work” #3 Add the printer via Windows “add printer” button Thus, the solution involved: connecting the printer to the network and making sure the
The OnePlus 5 is an interesting phone released at an interesting time. Specifically, a phone with two cameras, when two cameras are a new big feature. Personally, I am a fan of the dual camera concept. The ability to have two focal lengths in a single phone is wonderful. There are a couple approaches: 2x zoom This is the route Apple went with the iPhone 7 Plus and its ~28mm wide and ~56mm telephoto (35mm equivalent) Ultrawide This is the
New Surface Laptop vs MacBook Air display size comparison: Manufacturer and model name Screen size Screen area Resolution Ratio PPI Microsoft Surface Laptop 13.5″ 84.12 square inches (11.2″x7.5″) 2256×1504 3:2 200.84 Apple 13-inch MacBook Air (Mid 2013) 13.3″ 79.5 square inches (11.3″x7″) 1440×900 8:5 127.68 🙂