Just a quick note about how to remove a iPhone/Mac from the “Find My Mac” list in iCloud.
The desired device needs to be in the state “Offline” in order that you can remove it via the device list in iCloud. If you select the desired device and it is listed as offline, a small “X” icon will appear next to it which allows you to remove it from the list:
Yes, it does! Seriously. Even on “Ultra” with GPU Settings on “High”. Period.
Haven’t found a statement about this anywhere on the Internet – so I thought I’ll share it 😉
Steve Jobs. Truly a personally inspiring person who laid roads that influenced my whole life in a very positive way.
Without the Macintosh Computer, I wouldn’t be where I am today. I wouldn’t know what I know today. I wouldn’t be as open minded, customer focused as I am today. Working with the Apple Mac shifted my mindset to “Think Different” in terms of thinking in a simple way and not to go the complicated way.
It started in the 1990’s when I first got my hands on the Apple Macintosh. Being a proud owner of my own Mac and living in a household where the Apple Macintosh was the computer deviced used.
Following with my own iMac in later years, in continous competition with friends defending the status and value of Microsoft PCs. Not letting me get caught by it’s attraction back then, but sticking to the Mac for years.
Initiating my first experiences in the Internet, developing small scripts and later applications on it. Finding lifetime friends who share the same love to Macs.
Making me think of working at Apple would be the goal of my life and meeting this man a great personal honor and inspiration.
Getting professionally creative and productive at a later stage by building and publishing everything from Webservers, Websites to important term papers for my educational career.
Bringing my advanced knowledge of computer use in my daily work, enjoying the simplicity and comfortability of the Mac and Mac OS X at home.
Improving my performance with the iPhone in recent years, moving myself away from the mindset that a phone is “only” to be used as a phone.
I am really proud of the way I went with the Macs and Apple in the past. And I will continue to do so – standing above any minor downsides or obstacles to overcome. Keeping the innovative thinking, the “different” thinking, the easyness and simplicity always in my mind and trying to apply this in my daily work and life.
Thank you Steve Jobs, for making this possible. Thank you Apple, for keeping it going like this forever.
Do below screenshots from the iTunes Feedback Page give a statement about how (un-) serious Apple is about your feedback?
• Available OS Versions to choose (I am running Mac OS 10.6 “Lion”):
• Available iTunes Versions to choose (I am running iTunes 10.4):
Please Apple, update your feedback pages! And take the feedback serious… please.
Angefangen hat es damit, dass ich eine Art Wackelkontakt mit dem Stromadapter meines MacBook Pros festgestellt habe. Da beim Mag Safe Anschluss selbst bereits leicht die Isolation “wegrutscht” war das natürlich der erste Ort an dem ich suchte.
Aber ich fand schnell heraus, dass der Wackelkontakt am anderen Ende des Kabels lag – und zwar dort wo das Kabel dem Power Adapter entspringt. Naja, mit diesem Wissen habe ich flott weitergearbeitet – bis ich kürzlich erkannte, dass das Kabel am Ende beim Power Adapter beginnt durchzuschmoren!