Articles with the tag apple are listed below.
Got a new Apple Mac? Then here are 10 quick and easy things we think you absolutely must do. Whether it is setting a good password or taking the amazing speech recognition for a spin, these top tips will help you get the most from your Mac.
27 Jan 2018 • 8 views
An issue was encountered where the Safari Browser on an Apple Mac would not properly display pages from web sites (e.g. images were missing) or it occasionally reported the site wasn't available. This problem was resolved by clearing the accepted certificates cache.
12 May 2016 • 8 views
Using two screens on your computer, whether it is a desktop or a laptop can make your working more far more productive as you can more easily transfer information from one application to another and do several things at the same time. In this short article we outline the options to adding a second screen and how much it will cost.
12 Feb 2014 • 8 views
Fraudsters are constantly looking for new ways to get you to part with your money and one common trick is to call claiming to be from Microsoft or Apple and to help you fix a "problem" on your computer. Find out more about they are up to and how to avoid being caught out.
12 Feb 2014 • 8 views
The following provide instructions on how to install the Chambers network printers on your Apple Mac computer.
4 Apr 2013 • 8 views
Setting up Mac Mail with 15 New Bridge Street is very straightforwards and only takes a few minutes. Here we explain how to do it.
12 Oct 2012 • 8 views
Here we show you how to set up a VPN connection to 15 New Bridge Street for Apple Mac running OS X.
17 Sep 2012 • 8 views
We have put in place a service to let you print from your iPhone or iPad to the 15NBS network printers. As long as your device is on the Chambers wireless network you can easily an E-mail, webpage or PDF to one of the network printers and here we show you how.
15 Sep 2012 • 8 views
We cannot empahsise strongly enough how important it is that you set a good passcode on your iPhone or iPad - more than just simply 4 digits (though this is better than no passcode at all). Here we show you how to set a good passcode and also configure your device to erase itself should too many attempts be made.
23 Mar 2012 • 8 views