A little over a month ago I made the decision for better or for worse to say goodbye to the Windows OS camp and head on over to camp Mac OS. Having played in the Mac’s pool before meant I was no stranger to these not so foreign waters but nonetheless planning ahead is really what made the transition pretty much seamless. Acclimating to a new environment is always easier when you at the least have a general idea of where everything is and how it works. Continue Reading
There are few things more enjoyable in a geek’s life than when all the gear they spent time and effort on connecting and setting up works seamlessly together. Whether it’s the components in your home theater that you calibrated yourself or the home office you put together allowing you to print from any wireless device in the house. So, the last thing you want is for problems to arise turning your setup into a laden troubleshooting mess.
This worked perfectly on every version of iOS since version 4.1. But what iOS 7 has brought with its’ many under-the-hood changes has also caused some tweaks to either stop working completely or if we are lucky simply needs to be implemented differently. The -dBm meter happens to be one of them, so if you still want to continue using it follow along as it’s not that much different than before.