Apple's iPhone Upgrade Program allows you to make monthly payments on your iPhone and upgrade every year, without having to be locked into a two-year carrier plan. It also enrolls your new iPhone in AppleCare+, so you can get a cracked screen fixed or replace a broken device at a reduced price. If you like getting a new iPhone every year, the iPhone Upgrade Program makes it possible for you to do so without having to pay any extra costs. If you enrolled in the iPhone Upgrade Program last year, you are eligible to upgrade to the iPhone XS or XS Max. Here's how! Make sure you are eligible If you enrolled in the iPhone Upgrade Program last year when the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or X launched, you are eligible for an iPhone XS or XS Max. Although you signed a 24-month contract, you can trade in your old iPhone – in good condition – for a new one with no extra fees. You will, however, need to sign a new 24-month contract. So, keep that in mind if you are thinking about getting … [Read more...] about How to upgrade to the iPhone XS or XS Max if you are on the iPhone Upgrade Program
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The iPhone Upgrade Program makes it easy to upgrade to a new iPhone every year without having to drop nearly $1,000 all at once. It's been around for just a few years, but Apple has improved the trade-in process with each new year. This year, you can trade in your current iPhone for a new one in person or online. If you decide to re-enroll online, Apple will send you a trade-in kit for your current iPhone so you can send it to them once you receive your new iPhone. Here are five things you need to know before trading in your iPhone under the iPhone Upgrade Program. Step 1: Get pre-approval for your new loan. In order to expedite the process of getting your new iPhone, Apple has implemented a pre-approval feature that you can get started with right now. Whether you're new to the program or upgrading from the previous model, you can get your new loan application processed right now, which I highly suggest you do. Navigate to Apple.com and visit the iPhone section. Select the model you … [Read more...] about How to prepare for your iPhone Upgrade Program trade-in
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Michelle Singletary Washington Post June 08, 2018 WASHINGTON — Social Security and retirement go together like peanut butter and jelly — many people just can’t have one without the other.Yet when it comes to Social Security, there is a mountain of anxiety about how it factors into retirement plans, especially for the millions of people who depend on it as their only source of income.Politically, Social Security is often vilified as an entitlement program that costs taxpayers too much. And there’s concern that it’s in danger of running out of money. Advertisement Let’s take a look at that last point. Social Security does have some big funding issues, according to the just-released annual trustees report. Over the program’s 83-year history, Social Security has collected about $20.9 trillion and paid out $18 trillion. … [Read more...] about Worried about cuts to Social Security?
HomeGroup is a feature that has been around for many years, and it allows devices to easily share resources, such as files and printers, with other Windows computers on a small local network. However, starting with the Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803), Microsoft is retiring the feature. As a result, you'll no longer find the option in File Explorer, Control Panel, or Troubleshoot settings. Moving forward, Microsoft wants you to use modern built-in tools like Share, Nearby sharing, OneDrive, and Windows 10's built-in file and print sharing features. If you're among those users who used to rely on HomeGroup to share resources with other people on the network, you can continue to share content after upgrading to version 1803, but the steps will be different. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to keep sharing files and printers in your home network without HomeGroup after moving to the April 2018 Update. How to share files without HomeGroup on Windows 10 … [Read more...] about How to share files and printers without HomeGroup on Windows 10
Ah, the plethora of passwords that we have to remember for all of the websites that have inevitably become a part of our lives. Social media, emails, blogs and forums, photo hosting sites, and what ever else – there are dozens of them. Thank goodness for Chrome auto-fill settings, right?Yeah, sure, but there are probably at least a couple of login credentials that you don't feel comfortable to have automated by Chrome. Some users give in to the convenience of being able to enter said sites with just a tap, but there's usually a constant dread hanging over their heads whenever they leave their phone unsupervised. Others disable auto-fill for said places, but then are stuck with having to log in manually every time. By now, a lot of users have their important passwords set to something really long, so the latter method can be a pain.Well, how about utilizing that fingerprint sensor you have on your phone? Yes, yes you can. With an app called LastPass, you can keep all of your login … [Read more...] about How to use your fingerprint scanner to log in any website (Android)