• Preparing for Apple devices

    As Apple devices are being deployed in more and more schools and businesses across the country we are regularly asked by IT Managers, “What can we do to prepare?”.

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  • How to get the most from the Touch Bar on a Macbook Pro

    Apple has recently updated the MacBook Pro range, and when we originally reviewed the first Macbook Pro to include a Touch Bar, we focused on the benefits for a creative business. Now that all models come equipped with a Touch Bar, it feels like a good time to have an in-depth look into what can be done with the Touch Bar, and how you can set it up to suit your own needs and requirements.

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  • Should you get a “cheap” iPhone screen repair?

    Whether or not to get a “cheap” iPhone screen repair, as opposed to a genuine screen replacement, has been something that many of us have pondered when we’ve been unfortunate enough to break ours. With the number of unofficial, 3rd party repairers around, some of whom seem very professional, you’d be forgiven for thinking they were all offering genuine Apple service.

    The reality is, there’s only one way to get a genuine Apple screen repair, which is to go via an Apple Authorised Service Provider, like KRCS or, another official Apple outlet. So what is it that the other guys are offering?

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  • Screen Time and Family Sharing

    There is considerable, and often polarised public debate about limiting children’s consumption of media in all its various forms and much research is being done into calculating how much ‘device time’ is “too much”. Learn more about to manage how long your children spend on their iOS devices and more, simply and easily, using built-in Apple Family Sharing

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  • Are You Ready for Apple Pay?

    Described as “your wallet, without the wallet”, Apple Pay is a new system that allows for you to make contactless payments using your iPhone, Apple Watch, or iPad.

    (Updated 21/01/2019)

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  • iMac at Twenty : The past and present

    It’s twenty years since the release of the original bondi blue iMac – the iconic desktop computer that credited with bringing Apple back from the edge. We’ve seen many design changes, new connection standards introduced and fall away, new features and technologies arrive which have since become the norm. What will the next twenty years of iMac bring?

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  • The new Apple App Stores

    Anyone who has recently updated to the latest Mac or iOS will most likely have noticed a lot of changes. The well recieved dark mode or the dynamic desktops on Mac OS Mojave or the speedier apps and new photo features on iOS 12 are all obvious and welcome parts of the updates. What might have passed some people by, is the huge improvements to Apples' App Stores.

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  • WWDC 2018: Daily Blog

    Monday marked the start of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California. If you weren't lucky enough to be invited to watch the keynote in person, you can watch it on Apple's Youtube channel.

    Please keep checking back on our blog with updates on each days highlights from the 2018 Apple WWDC.

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  • iOS 11.4 is here and it's important

    With the release of iOS 11.4 came two notable updates, Messages in iCloud and the long-awaited AirPlay 2. So, what do they both do exactly? Let's take a look.

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  • The new iPad... But, whats new about it ¯\_(ツ)_/¯?

    Apple recently released a new iPad, replacing the previous 5th generation. With key new features and a lower price, the iPad reclaims its crown as the best overall tablet on the market today.

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  • So what do we think of HomePod?

    There are already big name options for voice control in your home, but today, the biggest name of them all has joined the battle.

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  • Great iPad games this holiday season

    So you’ve just got a shiny new iPad, you’ve quickly installed the must have apps like Facebook, Twitter and you’re ready to binge the latest Netflix show but, what about some games? The iPad has gone largely unnoticed as a handheld games console and that really is a shame, because you know what? It’s really good! I’ve always been of the mindset that gaming should be left to consoles and PC’s, but as iPad gets more powerful and the games get bigger and better, it’s not only a games console now but, one of the most popular ones too.

    We’re keen gamers here at KRCS, and we thought we’d share some of the games we’re really hooked on at the moment.

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