iDrive: What It Is, What It’s Used for and How to Set It Up

For most people, their smartphone and computer hold much more than contact lists and calendar reminders. These essential tools are used to store favorite photos, family histories, journals and other items that are truly irreplaceable. When some estimate that 70 million smartphones are lost each year, it is clear that this is a fairly common problem.
Thankfully, as with most potential problems that come with the use of new technologies, there are also new solutions in place to counteract these issues. 

iCloud: How to Connect, Use, and Common Troubleshooting

When you use an Apple device, you can use iCloud. iCloud is an internet-based Apple service that allows users to store, sync and backup their data across their devices.  All Apple devices come with 5 GB of free iCloud storage. For some users, this is enough storage, but for others, an upgrade is necessary. Regardless… Read more →

How to Salvage (and Save) Digital Copies of Old Photos

The days of photo albums are mostly gone. These days, the physical photo is rarer than it’s ever been. When film cameras were more common, it was routine to have albums full of photos from trips, family events, and other notable experiences. There are priceless memories bound up in those old pictures that you might… Read more →

6 of the Most Common iPhone Questions and Answers for Seniors

Have you just bought your first iPhone? Read this to quickly learn how to master its useful features like taking photos, connecting to your computer and keeping your data backed-up.