WWDC Recap - Here's what we learned from the keynote.
June 6, 2018
At WWDC 2018, Apple focused solely on software during the keynote. Not a single hardware announcement was made, though many people were hoping to see a new iPad Pro or the next series of Mac computers. Apple instead focused on iOS 12, macOS Mojave, watchOS 5 and tvOS 12. Here’s a quick rundown of what we’re […]Read More
Worst Passwords of 2015
January 20, 2016
So, SplashData has released its Worst Passwords of 2015 list. On the downside, "123456" and "password" still top the list. On the upside, Star Wars is certainly a hit. Speaking of passwords, if you've forgotten yours and have been frantically typing in the birthdays of your children, the techs at Gravity are standing by. They can […]Read More
What’s New In iOS 13
June 10, 2019
At the Worldwide Developers Conference on June 3, Apple announced the newest features coming to the new iOS software. iOS 13 will be released in the fall and it will be packed with new things for users to explore. A system-wide Dark Mode option is being made available in the new update. Users will […]Read More
What you need to know about Apple's new iPhones.
November 4, 2018
This fall, Apple released three (count 'em, THREE) new iPhones. The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR are the latest and greatest in Apple's product line - and here's what you should know about each of them. iPhone XS and XS Max The iPhone XS and XS Max follow the normal pattern […]Read More
What was so great about 1970 anyway?
February 22, 2016
So, we should say right off the bat, don't do this. We know the rainbow logo has a great vintage look but really, what else is there to like about 1970? Nixon is president, the Ford Pinto is introduced, the Beatles breakup, and Jimi Hendrix dies. Oh, and Kent State. So stop and think before you decide to […]Read More
What to Know About macOS Catalina
June 26, 2019
Apple introduced the new operating system that will run on the Mac at the Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this month. The new system will be called macOS Catalina after the Catalina Islands that are located off the coast of Southern California. There are many new features coming to this new system; many similar to the […]Read More
What To Expect From Service Location Before Their Visit
March 11, 2017
This might be your first time with a broken Apple device and you don’t know what to expect with a service location. We’re here to prepare you for that so you don’t have anything to worry about. Once you arrive at our location (810 E. Walnut Street Columbia, MO) you will be greeted by one […]Read More
Top 5 small business issues solved by switching to G Suite
July 16, 2020
G Suite is one solution that many businesses are turning to in order to solve an array of small business issues. Columbia, Missouri, has a thriving small business community, and through the years, we have seen small businesses with all kinds of various efforts to manage their data, projects, and communication. Some of their attempts […]Read More
Thursday - Storage Box
May 9, 2019
We needed more storage for our 3D printing tools, so we thought we better 3D print one! Enjoy this week's 3D Printing Thursday! Music: Freddie Yeti Follow us on our social media accounts to keep up with our 3D Printing Thursdays @gravitycomo!Read More
The Scoop on Apple's New Battery Cases.
January 18, 2019
As of today, January 18, Apple has released their newest Smart Battery Cases. There are three options: iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, and iPhone XR. The color options are white or black and are being sold for $129. Here's some information to note about these new Apple battery cases. Each model has […]Read More