Tattooed Wrist Messing with Apple Watch-

Apple Blog iMore confirms that people with Tattooed wrist will not be getting the best from the heart rate sensor. People with Tattooed wrists are facing problems using the Heart Rate sensor which causes more problems as Heart Rate is used by Apple Watch to determine whether you are wearing it or not, which further causes inability to use Apple Pay, Placing call, receiving notifications or certain apps. The issue stems from the way that the Apple Watch senses your heartbeat. According to Apple, the back of the Watch rapidly flashes green and infrared light at your skin, which gets absorbed or reflected by your red blood. When your heart beats, there is more blood in your wrist, and there is less blood between beats. By sensing the timing between your heartbeats, the Apple Watch can calculate your heart rate. As it turns out, solid-colored tattoos — particularly red ones — also absorb the green light and reflect red light. Black tattoos, which absorb both green and red light, can also screw up the Apple Watch’s heart rate sensor. The Apple Watch works fine with dark-colored skin, scars and skin abrasions, which are translucent, allowing light to pass through. Tattoo ink is opaque, preventing outside light from penetrating your...

iOS Setup for Office 365 Emails

Follow me Follow the simple steps to setup Office 365 emails on your Apple Device. Tap Settings.  Go to Mail, Contacts, Calendars.    Tap on Add Account…   Tap Microsoft Exchange    Enter the following details- Email- Email-id@domain.com Server- outlook.office365.com Domain- This is optional, you can leave this empty Username- Your Complete Email Address Password- <Enter your Password> Description- Email-id (if you have multiple email accounts, this  description helps to identify each)   Once the account is verified, a Server entry will be created and populated. Tap Next. On the settings Screen, select which Information you would like to have synced to your iOS device. Tap Save.  Your Account is now Added. You can now view and send your Office 365 emails from the Cloud.   If you are still having any issues, please feel free to reach us, we would love to help you out. Follow...

Camera you can attach to your IPhone- DxO one making it possible

Sony came up with an amazing idea of QX series cameras which are bigger and clunky Wi-Fi Model, but DxO will be giving a tough time to Sony with its new phone attached camera. DxO’s small, grip size camera plugs into a Lightening connector which will convert your IPhone or IPad into a display for a camera that has 20 Megapixels, 1-inch-sensor and f1.8 camera. the dimensions are 2.7 x 1.9 x 1 in/67.3 x 48.3 x 25.4mm and it weighs 3.8 oz/108 g. The front has a cover that slides over the lens. When you slide it down, it turns the camera on; sliding down again pops the Lightning connector out of the side of the body. When connected to the phone, it acts as a grip, and has a real two-stage shutter button (for half-press prefocusing), though the camera uses an electronic shutter. A small touchscreen status LCD on the back switches between still adn video mode witha swipe. Below the LCD we can see a covered compartment with the MicroSD slot and USB connector. Most cameras have between one and threeaspherical lenses but this one consist of six aspherical lenses The connector mount can rotate 60 degrees forward and backward for up-high or waist-level shooting, or to help prop up the phone when it’s sitting on a flat surface. If you connect the camera in the reverse orientation, it’s ready for selfies. The accompanying app offers full manual controls, including the ability to stop down the aperture from f1.8 to f11, though you’ll find usual full auto and program scene modes as well. The ISO sensitivity range...

Missing Mail Folders to Push & Sync Email SubFolders on iPhone

Follow me This article will help you with the step-by-step procedure on how to sync email subfolders on iPhone and iPad. By default, iPhone & iPad only syncs the Inbox. However, what if you wan to sync  subfolder/s. You’re told to check the setting “Mail Folders to Push” to synchronize the subfolders. I checked a number of articles, and all wanted me to check the same settings “Mail Folders to Push” on the iPhone which I could not find. Now, that a concern, you are told to perform a step and you can’t find it on your iPhone. No, your iPhone and iPad is fine, its just that the settings is no longer available in iOS 7 and iOS 8. So, I started to pay more attention to the setting on my phone, and viola, I found it. Who really needs to do it?? Usually people who has rules in their Outlook to move emails from someone to a specific folder or subfolder. I’ve recently configured a number of Outlook rules to better manage my Inbox. However, that affected by ability to get emails on iPhone. So, I ended up with this article. Before you begin, note that if you sync too many subfolders, it might slow down your device. So, choose wisely, and select folders for which you don’t want to miss any email. Here is how you do it: 1. Go to Settings, than Mail, Contacts, Calendars 2. Scroll to bottom and tap on “Fetch New Data“ 3. Tap on your Exchange account you want to work on. (Note: This settings works only on Exchange/Corporate accounts that can sync emails...

Installing Yosemite on Mac Book Pro

Follow me Mac’s has always been about Power , simplicity and beauty, The latest OS X Yosemite released on 17th Nov 2014, Monday is nothing short on those aspects with special attention on beauty. It’s the latest OS for your Mac’s and consist of various visual and performance treats for you.  Design Features It has streamlined toolbars to put more features in less space Better and smarter window controls Nice,clear and iconic dock New , redesigned and better looking apps like Safari , Mail and messages Improved notification Centre there is so much more you can see here Bigger and Brighter SpotLight Mac and IOS connected like never before Use your Mac to Dial and Answer your calls without Send and Receive SMS and iMessages from your MAC, message history remains synced between IOS and Mac Hand Off, start writing mail on IOS and finish it on MAC or start writing a report on Mac and finish it on iPad, it’s that simple Anyways, The purpose of this article is to give a pictorial step by step demonstration of installing Yosemite on Mac. It gives you a heads up of what you are getting into before you start your install. Lets get started Hope this article can give you an overview of how to install Yosemite on your Mac. For any other help or issue, feel free to start a new thread on our forum. Follow...

Redirected Printer queue increases to exorbitant size

Follow me Recently one of the user complained about not being able to print from remote desktop session to local printer, As a first step to check the issue we validated that the local printers are getting redirected to the remote server( In my case the local PC was MacBook OS X and the remote server was Windows 2008 R2). I found the printers to be redirecting fine. How to validated that printers are redirected 1) On the remote server go into control Panel -> Printers (this could be named differently in different OS) 2) Here one should see the list of all the printers installed on the remote server 3) You should be able to see the printers connected/installed on your local PC here as well and they will say redirected in bracket. So here, I was able to see all the redirected printers here (I had multiple printers installed on my local Mac), Incase you do not see the redirected printers here, then please follow our Troubleshooting Printer Redirection article Here also this other article may also be helpful in troubleshooting Printer Redirection Here. Anyways, as here in this case the redirected printer were showing up fine, I went ahead and gave a test print and it came out of the local printer without a delay.  As always I gave a stare to the user, said from my eyes (what’s wrong), user was little perplexed and embarraced. I requested him to try to give a print, he went ahead and opened a PDF and tried to print it, I immediate pulled up the print queue (by clicking the...