All about AirTags

Earlier this year Apple introduced their new trackable line of products to the market in the form of AirTags. AirTags are about the size of a toonie and are able to be tracked using Apple popular “Find My” app service, helping users keep track of important items while also keeping personal information safe and secure.…

Time for a new router?

by Paul Tucknott Our home, like most others, is full of devices that connect to the internet. Computers, laptops, games systems, iPads and iPhones… And two teenagers. Then there are the devices that we forget – devices like game systems, televisions and even things like refrigerators and air conditioners. These are all part of the…

Communication during Covid

We hope all of our clients are doing well as we continue to work through the Covid-19 pandemic. To say that the past year has been challenging for many people and businesses would be an understatement. Many industries have had to quickly adapt to the ongoing changes to help keep their staff and clients safe.…

3 Tips for iPhone Longevity

Improvements to Apple’s iPhone’s are advancing at a rapid pace in recent years.  Many rush to buy the latest Apple product right at launch to get their first hand experience with the product line they love.  In equal measure there are plenty of consumers who keep their hands on their device as long as they possibly can for the…

Quinn’s Spring Cleaning Blog

Well, it’s that time of year again.  Spring is here!  Most of us have some sort of spring cleaning habits, cleaning up the yard that’s been covered in snow for a season, getting into some of the nooks and crannies that the winter weather had us deterred from getting to.  House and home isn’t the…

Do YOU need hands on Tech Support?

We can help with our new Brainiac Bar! At the Mac Outpost / Outpost2 Brainiac Bar we are here to help with your Apple related questions, no appointment needed. Our skilled team of Apple Authorized Technicians are able to sit down in-store and work with you with our popular Tech Session services.  Please feel free…

Apple at School: A Student’s Perspective

Years ago, back-to-school shopping consisted of simple questions like “How many binders do I need?” or “Do I already have enough pencils and paper?” Now, these important questions have changed to “How many gigabytes do I need?” and “Do I already have a copy of Microsoft Office?” Students’ backpacks these days are filled with more…