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Friday, April 26, 2013 @ 3:58pm

Today in the MacNN forums, Grizzled Veteran "PeterParker" was wondering if it would be a good idea to build their own USB charging station that could be used to charge Apple devices among other things. Mac Elite "CIA" started a thread earlier this week trying to find out if the maxed out Mac Pro setup that they are using will fry the power supply.



A very disgruntled Mac Elite took to the forums yesterday to try to figure out why their iMac is freezing up. Today, one Grizzled Veteran awoke to find their iPod nano didn't start, and asked what might have caused this. Forum Regular "DeeKat" took to the forums earlier this week on a quest to find knowledge about syncing photos to an iPad.

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