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Latest Blog Posts

  • Latest Apple iOS and iPadOS 15.0.2 Firmware downloads

    iOS and iPadOS restore files (ipsw’s) are requested and downloaded on demand by your computer (iTunes on Mac/PC, or Configurator on Mac), but you can speed up your device management by downloading the ipsw's in advance of needing them.

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  • How Do I Update The Firmware Of My AirPods?

    Firmware is the software built in to intelligent devices like AirPods. It tells them what to do when you do something like ‘double tap’, and provides enhanced features and reliability when updated.

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  • Working Digitally with Your Class: Who, what, where, when?

    You’ve made it. A class set of iPad and one just for you. As a teacher in this situation for the first time, I had a mountain of questions about how to build the basics of digital classroom.

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  • Low Monthly-cost Leasing for Business

    At KRCS we offer business-friendly finance options for our customers to help spread the cost of purchasing over the equipment’s lifetime.

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  • We Support, You Teach – making Apple technology effortless

    Freedom of expression, creativity and problem solving - there's so much that Apple products and services bring to the classroom. But the benefits don't stop with the students. KRCS work closely with Apple and together, we can reduce teacher workload and take the burden off IT support.

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  • Teaching the educators - Apple Professional Learning

    Apple technology can help teachers give inspiring lessons, lighten their workload and simplify day-to-day teaching tasks. But only if teachers know how to use the devices and apps that are at their fingertips. That’s why KRCS provides teacher training for educators who use Apple in the classroom.

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  • Bring Your Macs into Azure AD with Jamf Connect

    With many organisations and businesses now retiring their expensive on-premise Active Directory hardware and moving to a cloud-first Azure environment, or seriously making plans to do so in the near future, the big question we’re often asked by both customers and prospects is, “Where does this leave our growing Mac fleet?”

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  • How to disable "Find My" for your Mac, iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch

    We all know how useful Find My iPhone can be, just ask former England rugby captain, Will Carling, who used the service to track down his lost iPad in 2011. However, when you need to take your device to an Apple Authorised Service Provider (AASP), like KRCS, we need you to remove the device from the service, before we can complete any repairs. Read on to see how to get this done!

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  • Blended Learning: Tech in Teaching is Simple

    Let’s tackle what has become a hot topic in education: Blending Learning. At first glance, it may seem like teaching and learning has to be reinvented: teachers needing to be IT professionals and students not having equivalent access to resources.

    Luckily, I’m here to say that’s not the case and Blended Learning works; is simple, effective and achievable for schools going into the 2020 - 2021 academic year. KRCS has been ready to support education with this for years: ready for distance, blended or even face to face learning using iPad and Mac to accelerate outcomes, autonomy and so much more.

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  • iPhone Battery Life

    The battery life of your iPhone is important to you. When you first get a new iPhone the battery is fresh and ‘full of life’. But after a few years, you start to notice that it may not be lasting as long as it once was. What’s happened? Why is it happening? How can I make it last longer again?

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  • KRCS awarded Apple Authorised Education Specialist accreditation

    KRCS are pleased to announce that we’ve been awarded Apple Authorised Education Specialist (AAES) accreditation. This replaces the previous 'Apple Solutions Expert - Education’ or, ASE, which has been in place for many years.

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  • Catalina and 32-bit apps

    When Apple released the first Mac Pro over ten years ago they began the migration to 64-bit hardware and software.

    That hardware migration completed some years ago with all current Macs have a full 64-bit architectures, but the software migration from 32-bit to 64-bit applications has had to take a little longer to allow developers to update their code.

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