up in the Mac environment, ease of use, security and cost).
I’m sure there are many others out there who would also welcome this advice, as you’ve not had any in-depth reviews of wireless modems in MacFormat for a while. W J Pryn Christopher Phin says: While we have covered routers often, it’s true that we haven’t really included modem routers much in MacFormat. There are a few reasons for this, one key one being most people simply use the router provided by their ISP. Indeed, if you switch away from the provided router, some companies won’t be able to troubleshoot for you.
For the most part, to avoid this kind of complication, we recommend using whatever your ISP gives you as a modem, then connecting a separate router to it if you want something with better wireless range or extra features. The Apple AirPort Extreme is a great option if you want 802.11ac wireless connectivity with easy set-up and monitoring in an Apple system, of course. We also like the FRITZ!Box 7490 (reviewed in MF273), but that’s a lot more expensive than the AirPort Extreme. First let me say, I love Apple and will probably always own Apple products. But I’m a little disappointed you no longer can have a ‘business name’ visible in your contacts list on iOS 7. It only shows the person’s name.
As a business owner, it makes it easier to find the contact you need. Why would they take a good thing away? It’s like taking a few steps backwards! Also, why can’t you add a contact to a group from your contacts. It would much easier that way.
At least they added the arrow buttons in iOS 8 on the keyboard, so you can scroll through a word to correct the spelling. Travis D Poliquin Matt Bolton says: We agree it’s frustrating that Apple took away the display of company names from the main list view in the Contacts app. You can still enter business names, and search for them, but they don’t display anywhere obvious. For now, if you want this functionality, you’ll need to look at thirdparty apps. Addappt is one that’s particularly