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Top 10 Fortnite: Battle Royale Tips and Tricks for iPhone

Top 10 Fortnite: Battle Royale Tips and Tricks for iPhone

Fortnite is one of the most popular multiplayer game on iOS right now. Fortnite: Battle Royale puts 100 players on an island. The last man standing is the winner. The concept is incredibly simple and it’s really fun to play. But if you have just started playing, you might be wondering why you’re getting killed so quickly. Like any game, there’s an art to winning a Fortnite battle. Once you’ve learned the basics of Fortnite gameplay, jump to our tips and tricks below to get to Victory Royale.

The Ultimate Guide to Managing Facebook Privacy on Your iPhone or iPad

The Ultimate Guide to Managing Facebook Privacy on Your iPhone or iPad

Facebook has a shocking amount of your personal data. Your location, contacts, your web activity, your likes, dislikes and so on. And as we’ve been finding out recently, Facebook is not particularly strict about who has access to this data and how it’s used inside the company itself.

iOS 11.3 Jailbreak Update: Hacker Gets Root Shell Access

iOS 11.3 Jailbreak Update: Hacker Gets Root Shell Access

Couple of weeks back, Chinese security researcher and hacker, Min Zheng aka SparkZheng had revealed that the two vulnerabilities that he had discovered are still not patched in iOS 11.3.

How to Play Fortnite: Battle Royale on iPhone and iPad

How to Play Fortnite: Battle Royale on iPhone and iPad

If you’ve been on the Internet for the past couple of weeks, you might have heard about a little game called Fortnite: Battle Royale. Fortnite is Epic Game’s take on the Battle Royale genre which was first popularized by Playerundergroud’s Battle Royale. But what exactly does Battle Royale mean? What is all this hype about? Is it a good game to play on your iPhone? If so, how do you play it? Read on to find out.

Alan Kay Talks What he and Steve Jobs Talked About at the Original iPhone Keynote in 2007

Alan Kay Talks What he and Steve Jobs Talked About at the Original iPhone Keynote in 2007

Alan Kay, one of the key members at Xerox Corporation’s Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), to develop prototypes of networked workstations using the programming language Smalltalk, provides a nice walk down memory lane.

Top 15 Mac Keyboard Shortcuts You Must Know

Top 15 Mac Keyboard Shortcuts You Must Know

As long as we’ve had the Mac (or really, the Personal Computer), we’ve had keyboard shortcuts. The Mouse came along and made the GUI way easier to use. But if you want to fly through an app and get things done quickly, there’s nothing quite like a keyboard shortcut.

9.7-inch iPad (2018) vs 10.5 inch iPad Pro: Which One Should You Buy?

9.7-inch iPad (2018) vs 10.5 inch iPad Pro: Which One Should You Buy?

There’s a brand new iPad. The 2018 version of the 9.7-inch iPad (officially called iPad 6th Generation) still starts at $329 and looks the same. But it now supports Apple Pencil and has the latest A10 Fusion chip. The next iPad in the line is the $649 10.5 inch iPad Pro. If you’re in the market for a new iPad, you might be wondering which one is the right for you. And what exactly do you get for the extra $310? Is iPad Pro worth the extra dough? Read on to find out.

iOS 11.4 Beta: All the New and Hidden Features

iOS 11.4 Beta: All the New and Hidden Features

Apple seeded iOS 11.4 beta 1 to developers earlier today. We take a look at all the new and hidden features that will be available in the upcoming update.

20 New iOS 11.3 Features for iPhone and iPad

20 New iOS 11.3 Features for iPhone and iPad

After previewing iOS 11.3 in January, Apple is finally expected to release it to the public later today. iOS 11.3 includes a number of new features and improvements.

Camera Comparison: iPhone X vs Galaxy S9 vs Pixel 2

Camera Comparison: iPhone X vs Galaxy S9 vs Pixel 2

A new camera phone champion hits the market (the Samsung Galaxy S9), and it’s time for another super-detailed comparison. All the photos here (bar one) are deliberately shown in low light. My aim here was to push the optics and image processing of the three smartphone cameras to the limit – every phone camera takes a good snap in bright sunlight, but they all struggle once light gets low. Or do they?