How to fix iPhone battery percentage getting stuck or not updating on iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus

How to fix iPhone battery percentage getting stuck or not updating on iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus

There have been numerous reports from owners of the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s Plus, stating that their battery percentage icon is no longer updated. Meaning, these iPhone users have no idea what battery percentage their device is really at. At times the battery percentage will drop below 20 percent and jump back up to 60 percent without any warning. While the the majority of these issues appear on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, it seems to have occurred on other iOS devices as well. Check out a simple way to fix the issue when it crops up. 

Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio now available in Taiwan

Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio now available in Taiwan

Last week, Apple quietly launched Apple Music in Turkey, and today, the company has launched its music streaming service in Taiwan. Along with Apple Music, Apple has also launched its Beats 1 Radio station in the country.

Best iOS 9 Jailbreak Tweaks for Music app

Best iOS 9 Jailbreak Tweaks for Music app

Most of us use our iPhones on a daily basis to listen to songs. While the Music app provides most of the essential features that a normal user would want, it still has space for more improvements.

Jailbreak tweaks are a good way of filling this gap and add the missing features. This is why we have prepared a curated list of the best jailbreak tweaks that you should try on your jailbroken iPhone for a better music listening experience.

Uninstalling the Facebook app can increase your iPhone’s battery life by up to 15 percent

Uninstalling the Facebook app can increase your iPhone’s battery life by up to 15 percent

It is no secret that the official Facebook app for iOS can sometimes quickly drain the battery life of your iPhone. In the past, Facebook has employed unethical hacks to keep its app running in the background even with Background App Refresh disabled, which greatly affected the battery life of the iOS device it was installed on.

Apple had big game presence despite no Super Bowl 50 ad

Apple had big game presence despite no Super Bowl 50 ad

Despite not producing its own Super Bowl 50 ad, Apple still had a big presence during the big game thanks to its partners. A number of the Cupertino company’s products and services were promoted throughout the show, including Apple Watch, iPhone 6s, and Apple Music.

Apple on track to win approval for first retail stores in India

Apple on track to win approval for first retail stores in India

Apple is “on course” to gain approval for its first retail stores in India, according to a Bloomberg report citing “a person with knowledge of the matter.” The government is expected to clear Apple’s application, but it’s unclear when final approval might come.

How to watch Super Bowl 50 on your iPhone, iPad and Mac

How to watch Super Bowl 50 on your iPhone, iPad and Mac

Wondering how to watch tomorrow’s Super Bowl 50 on your iPhone, iPad or Mac? Just like previous years, you really have limited options if you want to watch the Super Bowl anywhere else but your TV, but things have gotten significantly easier over here.

Weekly Roundup: 15 new and noteworthy Jailbreak tweaks of the week (Feb 7)

Weekly Roundup: 15 new and noteworthy Jailbreak tweaks of the week (Feb 7)

In case you were busy last week and didn’t get a chance to take a look at Cydia, don’t worry as we have compiled a list of all the new tweaks that were released in the week which are worth checking out.

Win the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil in this Awesome Giveaway [Deals Hub]

Win the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil in this Awesome Giveaway [Deals Hub]

The iPad Pro is Apple’s latest creation and is a sought-after tool for anyone who works on the go. You can get the incredible piece of engineering by entering the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil Giveaway from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.

Twitter planning to launch algorithmic timeline soon

Twitter planning to launch algorithmic timeline soon

BuzzFeed reports that Twitter is planning to introduce Facebook style algorithmic timeline. The report claimed Twitter could launch it as early as next week. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has clarified that the company doesn’t have any plans to launch it next week, but didn’t deny an algorithmic feed.