Breaking: New 12″ MacBook Airs and High res iPad’s expected in 2014

According to people familiar with the supply chains, Apple is said to be planning a 12″ MacBook Air with a high resolution, possibly Retina, Display in 2014.  The same source also claims that Apple is planning to release the “iPad 6” with a higher resolution display than the current Retina displays.  

AppleRumors.NET will bring you more news as this story develops.  

Students Encounter issues when updating to iOS 7

20131003-081743.jpgAdministers piloting the iPad in education have noticed that the recent upgrade from iOS 6 to iOS 7 has caused some significant issues. Admins reported that provisioning profiles, which are inputted into the operating system and allow for restrictions and non-app store apps, were taken off the students’ iPads when they upgraded to iOS 7.

This latest development comes after students in the LA school district discovered that by removing provisioning profiles from the Settings app will limit restrictions. Provisioning profiles are mainly installed to allow usage of the Self-Service web app and likit restrictions of app downloads

Apple has said that it will address this issue within the next month.

Gear Up for iOS 7

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Announced last week at its iPhone 5s and 5c event, the latest iteration of its mobile operating system will debut tomorrow, Wednesday, September 18.

iOS 7 brings a host of new changes such as control center, which allows you to quickly access your settings, a new notification center, AirDrop, and a complete overhaul of the design.

iOS 7 is perhaps the biggest change to iOS since its incarnation in 2007.

If you’re thinking about updating tomorrow, then there’s a few steps you’ll need to take.

1. Make sure you’re compatible – iOS 7 will run on the iPhone 4 and above, iPad 2 and above, and iPod Touch fifth generation or above.

2. Back up your data. Backup your data to iCloud or iTunes. This will save your data in the event that something goes wrong during the updating process.

3. Keep your device plugged in when updating. iOS 7 will be released over the air (OTA) via the settings app or available through iTunes on a Mac or PC.

If you’ve passed all these requirements, then it’s time to start updating! Get ready for the most amazing change to iOS since iOS!!