Make all Apple Mail attachments an icon with terminal

For a long time now, we've been frustrated with Apple Mail's decision to show one-page attachments in their entirety (inline) when we're composing emails.  By default, Apple mail will only produce a thumbnail for the attachment if it's more than one page.  That gets very messy if we're sending several one-page attachments. One of our consultants, Pat O'Rourke, found a terminal command that will change the default behavior to produce an icon for every attachment. [...]

2017-08-28T22:20:48-04:00November 30th, 2011|Mac|

What’s coming in iOS 5?

Apple’s, Scott Forstall, introduced iOS 5 during yesterday’s keynote presentation at WWDC 2011.  Before diving into the top ten new features, we wanted to address some of the numbers that Apple’s Senior Vice President of iPhone Software mentioned.  There are 200 Million iOS device in use every day worldwide.  Wow.  That accounts for 44% of the mobile market… from one manufacturer.  There are also 425,000 apps on the iOS App Store.  14 Billion iOS app downloads: each [...]

2017-08-28T22:28:08-04:00June 7th, 2011|iPhone|