Apple’s all in one messaging solution iMessages from OS X Mountain Lion

Between AIM, Gchat, Yahoo and FaceTime there are many different ways to communicate, but how do you know which one to choose from. Now available in Beta Apple has introduced the all new iMessages from OS X Mountain Lion. While this is only helpful to those of us working off of a Apple computer it is a huge step into the future. The new iMessage was created to consolidate conversations into one centralized location regardless of where it was originally created. Meaning, if you were to start a text in your car, once you got back to the office you could pick up from where you left off on either your computer, iPad or even your iPod. iMessage not only gathers all of your interaction into one spot, but it also communicates with other services like AIM and Gchat and many more. Virtually replacing SMS texting so you can eventually eliminate part of your cellular bill.


Want to be some of the first to start using the all new iMessage click HERE 

Apple’s new operating system is almost here.

Apple’s newest software OS X is about to hit the app store soon! Between the new Messages App and the Twitter integration we are pumped!!! The new OS X is taking on a new look a lot like your ipad or iphone with IOS 5 so there should not be a huge learning curve. Unfortunately, for some of you working off the older Macs, you are going to be left behind. Refer here for a list of the Apple’s that are not compatible.

New Facebook Timeline


Looking to update your Facebook to the exciting new Timeline. Refer to the link below to initiate your download. Keep in mind once you get timeline, you will have 7 days before anyone else can see it. This gives you a chance to get your timeline looking the way you want it.

Click here to update to your new Facebook Timeline


Refurbished apple products the way to go?

I will start this out by saying that if available I always buy apple refurbished products. If you are a student you can buy new for about the same price as refurbished just remember to go to the student section.

There is a special little area in the apple store in the left hand of the page, the button looks like this. It is towards the bottom on the left side of the page, and that little blue symbol is where I always go when I am shopping for iMacs, MacBooks and iDevices. I have never had a client and I personally have never been let down by shopping here. 


If you have the time and what you want is available you can save a substantial amount on apple products. From iPads to iMacs your savings can be as much as $450.00 . These products come with new batteries and cases so they appear brand new and most importantly these products come with an identical warranty as new apple products, the only major difference is that you will get a generic box (this may be a deal breaker to some “unboxing geeks”).

Check out CNET for more info