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How to check iPhone minutes used

iPhone minutes used FAQ: How can I check how many "minutes used" I have on my iPhone plan (with AT&T or Verizon)?

As I was digging around for some other information I just saw how to check my AT&T iPhone minutes used. Since the iPhone operating system, iOS, is supposed to be the same across carriers, I'll assume this works for Verizon as well as AT&T.

How to check iPhone minutes used (AT&T)

Here are the steps to follow to check your iPhone minutes used:

An iTunes album list - How to create (Version 1)

iTunes album list FAQ: How can I create a list of iTunes album names (a unique list of all iTunes album names)?

When I listen to iTunes, I often like to listen to a complete album at one time, rather than a mix of songs from different albums. I especially like to do this when I'm working, because the music and volume level is consistent. It's always surprised me that Apple doesn't provide a simple iTunes album list view, where you can see all your albums, then click a button to listen to one album or another.

Apple MacBook discounts - Check Apple's refurbished store

Apple MacBook discounts/sales news: Just a quick note here that if you're looking for discounted Apple MacBook computers and other Apple products, take a look at Apple's refurbished store. As I continue shopping for new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models, I just stumbled across the "refurbished" page in the Apple Store, where they have big savings on most MacBook and iMac models, as well as other Apple products.

For instance, they currently have these MacBook discounts:

MacBook Air SSD speed/performance (vs HDD)

MacBook Air SSD speed FAQ: How much faster is the MacBook Air SSD storage system compared to a typical MacBook HDD (i.e., MacBook Air SSD v. HDD performance)?

I'm looking at buying a new MacBook Air in the next few weeks, and one of the things I've been intrigued by is the MacBook Air SSD speed/performance. I know Apple claims the MacBook Air is an "instant on" system when you lift the lid, and that implies a seriously fast "disk" subsystem, but how much faster is a MacBook Air SSD (solid state drive) than a traditional MacBook HDD (hard disk drive)?

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