Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that the OLED iPhone eight would be available with fewer color alternatives than LCD models of the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, in a bid by Apple to keep the iPhone 8’s “boutique image.” Kuo in no way made it clear precisely how many colorways that would entail, and a few new pics nowadays provide a glimpse into one ability possibility, although their credibility stays unsure.
Shared on the popular Chinese microblogging site Weibo (through MyDrivers), three new images depict three separate fashions of the iPhone 8. One is the anticipated black version, the other is white, and the closing is a “champagne gold” choice. This is stated to be “nearer in copper” in its shade. The new colorway is likewise visually similar to present-day rose gold iPhones.
Due to the nearly bezel-less layout of the iPhone 8, an all-black iPhone would offer an even more seamless blending into the device’s OLED screen. For this reason, black iPhone 8 components were spotted extra regularly in the supply chain, suggesting Apple may want the handiest launch of the device in black or, as a minimum, in black. A white or gold-type model could have bezels that directly conflict with the OLED show, especially while it is turned off.
While the pix offers a thrilling look at a capable new iPhone Eight shade, their integrity remains in a query. Besides the vertical twin-lens rear digicam and barely elongated lock button, they don’t show other facets of the iPhone 8 that would aid previous rumors. There’s also no indication of whether they’re additives without delay taken from the supply chain or if they’re dummy models made using non-Apple providers based totally on recent rumors.
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In separate shade-associated iPhone eight news, leaker Benjamin Geskin’s final month claimed that Apple would make the OLED iPhone 8 in 4 colorways, with a “replicate” color pitched as the new alternative. Although these days launched HomePod firmware has but to hint at any iPhone 8 color information.
Several months ago, Intuit, QuickBooks’ manufacturer, released a new version of QuickBooks Online that runs with the Safari web browser. This new version of QuickBooks presents a multiuser alternative for existing users of QuickBooks in a Mac environment and future users of QuickBooks for Mac. It is now possible for Mac QuickBooks users to run multiple versions of QuickBooks for a reasonable monthly price and have unattended backups and software updates included in the monthly fee.
Besides the Safari interface, QuickBooks Online has been optimized for the iPhone. The iPhone app is a read-only application. However, some added features exist for the customer, vendor, and employee information and the ability to create and send invoices. Another benefit for Mac users of QuickBooks is that there is no longer a wait for updates to the Mac version of QuickBooks.
Installing QuickBooks Online (without converting QuickBooks for Mac files to QuickBooks online files) is relatively easy. However, it gets a bit complicated when you need to convert an existing QuickBooks for Mac file to a QuickBooks Online file. Intuit does a reasonably good job of facilitating the online installation.
Manually converting your Potential QuickBooks for Mac Depicted file to QuickBooks Online iPhone is not that difficult, as long as you carefully follow the instructions, and generally takes about 30 minutes. You cannot directly convert your QuickBooks for Mac file to QuickBooks Online. An intermediate step requires you to convert your QB Mac file to a QB Windows file and begins with the drop-down menu in QuickBooks Mac. The process starts by selecting the File menu and then selecting “Back up to QuickBooks for Windows” within the QuickBooks for Mac software.
Upon completing this process, the file is sent to QuickBooks, and you receive a notification when the process for converting the QuickBooks Mac to QuickBooks Online is completed. Initially, I was surprised to observe that this process is performed at the Intuit level rather than in real time. A suggestion to facilitate this process is that if you do not receive timely notification of completion from Intuit, I suggest you contact tech support and ask them to look into the status of your conversion and request that they expedite it for you. Generally, I have called tech support; they are very accommodating. Although they typically do not give any time guarantee and attribute the potential delay to their busy servers, they will facilitate the process.
Overall, the manual conversion process takes approximately 30 minutes (excluding the Intuit conversion), and my clients have been happy with QBO. One client was disappointed that the vendor-type classifications are unavailable in QuickBooks Online. The workaround for this is to use one of the fields in the vendor profile as the vendor type. So far, my clients are happy to have multiuser access, the ability to work from anywhere, and unattended and automatic backups despite a slightly sluggish performance attributable to the web connection.
Two words of caution, the first of which is that QuickBooks Online currently does not support inventory applications, and the second is that the conversion may require the services of your accountant or CPA to affect a smooth and orderly transition to the QuickBooks Online platform. As long as you understand up front the limitations of QBO, then you should find the QBO platform acceptable and, more importantly, a helpful financial tool to run and monitor your business.
Sandor Lenner, CPA, has provided accounting services for companies for 35 years. He is also a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor and provides QuickBooks support and small business accounting services while working as a part-time consultant with Susan Missal Lenner, P.A. Our Mission Statement is to help small businesses become self-sufficient, make correct business decisions, and effectively compete with larger companies on a local, regional and global basis through the use of state of the art accounting technology and the internet.