UPDATE 3/7/2013: The March data cycle is now available for Golden Eagle, ChartCase, and ChartKey Products. iChart data should be available shortly.
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- One of the items that we saw that may really prove to be the most valuable feature in iOS 6 is the improved “Find my iPhone” app (its called find my iPhone but works on iPad too) that is available. This app has the ability to help you remotely lock, wipe, or send messages to your iOS device in the event you misplace it or it is stolen. If you have more than one Apple device then you will be able to track the other devices on your account right from one of the others.
- The Safari internet browser receives a number of improvements and fixes in 6 and should make for a better, faster, and safer internet browser.
- Also iOS 6 will have on board turn by turn street navigation which may let you forgo having to buy a separate app for street nav. Siri helps you with driving directions and the Apple 3D maps may help you get a better perspective of your trip and destination.
Important news for any Adobe Reader and Acrobat users: Next week on Tuesday 8/14 Adobe will issue critical fixes to its Reader and Acrobat software for PC and Mac to fix what they call "critical vulnerabilities". If you use Adobe products it sounds like installing this update is a very good idea. Here is a link to the Adobe Security Bulletin for more information: http://www.adobe.com/support/security/bulletins/apsb12-16.html
We like Foxit Reader:
If you're willing to try a different Reader product we would recommend the free Foxit Reader. It's smaller in size, faster, doesn't have what seems to be constant updates trying to run (Adobe Reader) and did we mention its free?
Here is the link to download from Foxit: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/downloads/thanks.php?product=Foxit-Reader&platform=Windows&referer=ReaderPage