I have written a quick e-guide on how to use Google Photos to backup the photos on your smartphone or tablet. This basic guide takes you through the steps necessary to setup Google Photos to backup your device.
I wrote the guide after constantly hearing about people losing photos when their device is lost, stolen or breaks. With this guide, you can use Google Photos to backup your phone seamlessly. Best of all you can set this up at no cost as Google Photos is a free service. There are no more excuses.
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Backing up your device with Google Photos – Free PDF
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Cult of Mac’s Ed Hardey reports
“Apple’s devices don’t end up in the rubbish bin very often. In fact, an analyst determined that about 64 percent of iPhones, iPads, Macs and Apple Watches ever sold remain in active use.”
This does not come as a big surprise. I’ve seen quite a few older devices still work.
Mike Wuerthele writes in Appleinsider
“Reports from the supply chain gleaned by Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities suggest that Apple hasn’t abandoned the MacBook Air line, and will update the line at some point in the second calendar quarter of 2018 with at the least a lower price..”
My favorite Mac has always been the Macbook Air, I really miss the one I had, perfect weight and performance for on the go. But yet enough power to use as a desktop machine.