Ever since Apple released Mountain Lion, I have always wanted the capability to use the new Display Mirroring feature with my Apple TV. When the updates came down, my wife’s iMac and MacBook Pro both immediately were able to utilize this feature while my 2009 MacBook Pro and Hackintosh were unable to. I knew that I would never get this to work on my MacBook Pro, but I wondered about the Hackintosh. One day, a simple solution presented itself.
Posts from November 2012
Here is to turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes. Follow that up with pumpkin pie and football. Happy Thanksgiving to all of my friends, family, and visitors.
AT&T announced earlier this year, that will will have their LTE service launched before the end of the in multiple markets. One of those was here in Columbus, Oh. Since the iPhone 5 has been in my pocket, I have enjoyed a fairly fast hspa+ network. Today, The LTE network was activated.
The network does not yet seem to be at full speed as I have seen around 30-50 Mbps in other markets. Speedtest.net shows around 20 Mbps this morning.
All in all, LTE is live. Now if only AT&T would make Internet FaceTime a no pay option, we all would be set. Sprint’s turn soon? Who knows.
I have been using the white iPhone 5, 64Gb on AT&T for about 6 weeks. In this time, I have been able to get a good handle on how this device works. There are a few likes and dislikes about this phone compared to the iPhone 4. This includes the fabled new maps application, find my friends, and widescreen retina display.