Anticipation for the New Macbook Pro with OLED Touchbar


Look anywhere on the Internet, and you’ll find a multitude of information from geeks to grandma’s talking about the release of the new Macbooks. The launch is set just in time for the holidays and will be sometime next month. Of course, enthusiasts everywhere are anxious to see the long-awaited changes. Here’re a few highlights we’ve found to share with you on one of the latest features the OLED Touchbar you may want to check out.

Many people unfamiliar with OLED technology are in for a treat. OLED replaces the LCD on devices such as televisions and smartphones. OLED is more organic and made as carbon-based material. It’s a thinner material than LCD and allows more light to come in as well as more colors etc. But why would Apple design the keyboard with the material?

One rumor floating around is the security of your laptop. This touch bar that is said to replace the ‘F’ keys on the top row will have fingerprint identification. In other words, OLED has capabilities to remember your fingerprint where only you can turn your computer on or off. That’s great news and a clear plus for Apple. Read more

Lightening Quick Updates for Apple


A new research and development center will be opening soon in Japan. The center will open sometime after December of this year as Apple CEO; Tim Cook has announced its latest addition to the Apple, Research family.

Next, up for updates, Apple’s Nike+ watch will soon be on the shelves and is expected to launch at the end of this month. This watch is a unique version according to Apple having branding geared toward Nike followers and athletes of all type. The watch will start out at a $399 price point and will offer features such as the Run Club which is a social network for runners. While the funky and hip yellow and black doesn’t do it for everyone, it’s certainly attractive with the many amenities the gadget offers. Read more

Coastal Computers “Boca Raton’s Official Authorized Apple Rated Repair Center ”


Boca Raton, Florida, October 2016. Coastal Computers, an Apple Certified Support Professional deals and provides both support and repair for all Apple devices ranging from iMac, Macbook Pro and Air, iPads and iPhones. All of Coastal Computers technicians are Apple certified repair technicians and are among the small percent of computer repair services located in Boca Raton, Florida that are recognized, authorized and rated by Apple.

There are numerous Apple service providers in the market today each claiming to be the most efficient and having a better experience than the others. We know that in that pool of service providers, there are the best Apple service providers who can repair your iPhone, iPad or Mac computers. However, in the same pool, we have incompetent people who will do nothing more than mess up your gadgets further instead of actually repairing them. Read more

Mac Scented Candles?


Here’s a question for you. What comes in a black container and made out of soy wax? The New Mac-scented candle. If you’re not scratching your head right now, then we might be surprised. The candle burns for up to 55 hours and smells like the name says a new Mac computer. If you think that sounds profound, then just imagine they’ve already run out of stock!

Now, if you believe that a candle sounds a bit crazy, this isn’t the first ‘wacked’ product making it to the online stores. If you’re thirsty, you can grab an Apple water. The logo is temperature sensitive and changes from red to blue once it reaches the late Steve Jobs favorite temperature.

If you need a place to store your Apple water bottles, then why not consider the iFridge? The iFridge is shaped like an iPod and plays music although this may seem unusual, Apple enthusiasts love this product that is a whopping $65 in price. Read more

Hackers and ‘Mac’ers


A few years ago scare came unprotected computers with built-in cameras were unsafe. Whether your computer was a Mac Tower or Laptop, wasn’t protected by malware that allowed hackers to view you through your built-in camera. As you can imagine, with apps such as Skype and Facetime, there would be little to no protection from someone viewing you like a ‘peeping Tom’ would be unnerving. Today’s technology has a much safer way for our favorite machines to run with maximum privacy. This blog highlights some changes and the least you should know about your Mac versus a ‘hack.’ Read on!

When a few students discovered how to disable the LED indicator light and hack into victim’s computers by way of tapping into their camera’s it was time for the FED’s to step in. This event happened before 2008. Since that time new technology and anything produced after that date has significant upgrades. Read more

Five Questions Answered About Retina Display

Computers built with a sufficient retina display can enhance your viewing experience tremendously. This type of technology utilizes the computers pixels to the point the red, green and blue boxes aren’t able to be detected at all. Here are five commonly asked questions regarding retina display and Mac computers.

Can I adjust the Retina display on my computer?

Yes. You can change the display by doing the following:
Select System Preference > select the scaled resolution>Done! It’s just that easy.

If I dislike the options given to me, can I add outer retina to enhance the images? Read more

Three Tips on Apple’s Macbook Pro You Don’t Want to Miss

apple-mac-repair-boca-ratonThe announcement came on October 3rd that Apple will not be launching its Macbook Pro on October 24th after deciding they needed a stronger retina display. For fans waiting the long overdue upgrade to the Macbook Pro, there’s sure to be some hiccups. Here are three tips on the unit that you don’t want to miss.

They are still rolling out a 13 and Tin 15-inch unit. They’re still targeting the 4th quarter for the launch. But, a recent article revealed these units would get a complete overhaul. “This will reportedly be the first true “overhaul” of the computers in four years, featuring a revamped design with lighter and thinner form factor, wider trackpad, flatter keyboard, and an OLED display/touch panel at the top (where the function keys are now) that Apple is allegedly calling the “Dynamic Function Row.” This feature is undoubtedly excellent news for people who have anticipated the arrival of these powerful laptops. Read more


Galaxy Note7 Safety Recall of the Century, That’s Why They’re No iPhone

With the recent news and pleas been made by Samsung Chairman, Elliot Kaye to turn in Galaxy Note 7 phones, it’s no wonder more people are switching to the iPhones. Almost any phone on the market today can run into issues as they’re all built with ion batteries. In this blog we uncover some reasons that switching from the Galaxy family to the iPhone is more suitable and a phone you should consider. Read more


The Lazy Man’s Guide to the iPhone 7

While the reviews on Apple’s latest release expected to hit markets after Sept 16th, has been a bit askew, there are several positive aspects to both the iPhone 7 and 7plus. Here’s a few highlights reflecting the buzz around Tim Cook’s soon to be next hot product. We put together these highlights so you can read one article and get the cliff notes, making this the ideal blog for the laziness in all of us. Read on! Read more

Apple Earbuds Fab or Party Foul?

So far there has been plenty of controversy over Apple’s decision to create the next upgrade of the iPhone by incorporating a wireless headset. It sounds like people either hate or love the idea. At $150 a pop for these headphones, it’s not a surprise that some fans would become a little less supportive. Read more