This week, a couple of people I know have finally also started using Macs. With all the newbie questions I’ve been facing, I thought I’d start writing them on my blog to help me remember the answers for reference.
When I saw what a couple is trying to do to alleviate our current predicament of depending too much on fossil fuel, I can not help but do my share by writing about it here on iGerry.
Scott and Julie is trying to solve the problem of fossil fuel dependency in a global way by using solar energy on pavements and roadways to provide the world with an unlimited supply of energy using the Sun. You can read about it more from their Indiegogo project page or their web site Solar Roadways.
I have been using iOS for quite some time. I’ve been seeing rumors that the next iPhone will have a bigger screen which personally is good but I’d rather have an exceptionally great battery life than anything else for the next iPhone. It turns out that I’m not alone at all in this. Reading an article on BGR, based on a survey of WalletHero, it turns out that 97% of survey respondents want better battery life.
On the software side, every year Apple introduces a version of iOS with new features including a complete overhaul of the UI in iOS 7. With just several days before WWDC 2014 where Apple is expected to introduce iOS 8 with it’s new features. At this point everyone is sharing their own ideas of what features would make the iOS experience all the more better.