Macs are usually reliable when it comes to a consistent level of performance. But there are exceptions to everything. If your Mac is old or filled with junk, there will be consequences. If you’ve been feeling that your Mac is getting slower – do the following things and all that frustration might just stop.
In addition to the new (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7, Apple also announced its cheapest 9.7-inch iPad. Simply called the iPad, the new tablet is priced at $329 and will replace the ageing iPad Air 2 in the company’s iPad lineup.
Apple today launched a special (PRODUCT)RED edition of the iPhone 7. The handset features the same specs and features as the regular iPhone 7 except that it now comes with a striking new red color.
Kodi is a popular media player app that allows users to watch, listen and access any type of content ranging from movies and TV shows to songs, pictures, and podcasts. If you have been wondering what’s all the fuss behind the media player, read on to find out some of the top reasons to install Kodi on your iPhone or iPad.
The way that we use our Macs for work, duplicates files are just a part of our life. You add something to iTunes and it gets copied over to iTunes directly (not moved). You want to sync something to your iPhone and you copy it over to Dropbox. You create a quick copy of something on the desktop only to forget about it a week later.
Every MacBook that Apple sells comes with an SSD. While SSDs are crazy fast, they don’t offer that much storage space. If you’ve been using a Mac for a while, chances are you’re still rocking that 128 GB drive. And that’s just not enough.
We expect Apple to release iOS 10.3, which will most likely be the last major point release in iOS 10, this week. On the face of it, 10.3 might not seem like a significant update. But there are a lot of little things that add up to a much better user experience. Overall, your iPhone and iPad will be faster after the update, you’ll find some small UI changes, and some features that have been long overdue. Let’s dive in.
A couple of days back, Wall Street Journal reported that Apple will release two models with traditional LCD screen and a third high-end model with an OLED screen.
Mail was one of the apps Steve Jobs demoed at iPhone’s keynote back in 2007. Now, it’s 10 years later, the Mail app is still here and millions of people use it as the default way to get work done using email. While the Mail app might seem simple, just like it did 10 years back, it’s grown quite a bit. And it has enough features (hidden and otherwise) for it to be your default email client and it can hold a candle against third party clients. If you want to use the Mail app better, read our tips and tricks below.
Jailbreaking your iOS device opens the doors to endless customization capabilities. You can change the system font, theme the app icons, add new features to stock and third-party apps and much more.