For those who have been following the right-to-repair debate between customers and big tech manufacturers over the past few years, May marks a major milestone for Californians. In a significant move to empower consumers and independent repair shops, the California Senate last month passed the Right to Repair Act (SB 244). This legislation aims to provide individuals with the legal
Welcome to the world of digital photography! Capturing and keeping your photos has never been easier! With the rise and evolution of digital cameras and smartphones, we can take seemingly endless amounts of photos without worrying about the physical limitations of film. And of course, with one solution, comes new problems. Now we are drowning in a sea of photos!
It’s Graduation Day! The moment the whole family, and most importantly, your only son, has been working towards for the past 18 years. You purchased a brand new DSLR camera and telephoto lens for the event, with the promise of the reward of the perfect shot of your kid on stage. You got it all: awkward smiles, the tearful moment
Have you backed up your iPhone to iCloud or to a computer? It happens every fall: Right on the heels of Apple announcing another $1,000 phone, the company releases a major operating system update that make even older iPhones feel refreshed. This time of year has been dubbed “The Crashing” here at the shop.If the software crashes during an iOS 13
ran·som·ware /ˈransəmˌwer/ noun a type of malicious software(virus) designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid. MALicious softWARE Has your computer been locked with an encryption, an now you cannot access any of the data on your network? Now some sort of message like the image featured is popping up and
New Changes for Safari, Mail & Multitasking also speculated. According to 9-5 Mac & Engadget, rumors are already spreading about what the latest iOS update will entail. -Dark Mode and Multitasking-Undo gesture, Safari improvements, and font management-Smarter Mail, improved multiple item selection-New Volume HUD and other changes
Apple’s annual October hardware event wrapped last month with the announcements of a new MacBook Air and a revamped Mac mini. Both computers, like the newest MacBook Pro and last year’s iMac Pro, come with Apple’s security-focused T2 chip. The T2 chips introduction to Mac devices creates concerns & issues for third party repairs. The T2 is “a guillotine that [Apple
Have some risky photos on your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Note 8? You could be in danger of unknowingly sending said photos to random people. With Samsung’s newest update there is a bug that is randomly sending photos in your gallery to people in your phone book. The bug is only in the Samsung stock messaging app. The reason this
Is your iPhone 8 battery stuck on 1% ? Have you recently changed your iPhone 8 Screen? Does your battery life indicator stay on 1% regardless of if it’s plugged in to charge? It’s not a problem with your battery. It’s a problem with your iPhone’s motherboard, a microchip has been damaged. Don’t panic, we can fix it! We offer
Looking to get your screen replaced? There’s some inside industry tips that you should know. Most places don’t offer two different types of screens, but here at Wireless Planet, we do! There’s not much difference in the functionality of the screens – both of them work great! The main difference is in the display the original is an OLED (organic
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