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How to Install Windows 10 on Your Mac Using Boot Camp

How to Install Windows 10 on Your Mac Using Boot Camp

Microsoft has made steady and significant improvements to Windows 10 which is why more and more longtime macOS owners are now switching to it. While macOS does have its own fair share of strengths, Apple’s has largely been focusing on iOS for the last few years and it shows. 

How to Change Apple Watch Bands

How to Change Apple Watch Bands

Apple Watch is now three generations old but its design has stayed the same, including the notches for replacing the bands. And it’s safe to say that this tradition will continue for a couple of years. If you’ve got an Apple Watch, one of the best ways to accessorize is to change the bands.

How to Use Cloudflare DNS on iPhone, iPad and Mac to Speed up Browsing

How to Use Cloudflare DNS on iPhone, iPad and Mac to Speed up Browsing

Cloudflare, known primarily for its CDN and DDoS mitigation services, launched a consumer-oriented DNS service last month. The free DNS service promises to greatly speed up the browsing experience whilst also keeping your privacy intact. The company says it won’t keep a record of your IP addresses, the websites you visit and sell them to third-parties. It will only keep a record of your data for 24 hours for debugging purposes and then discard them. 

How to Charge iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Faster Wired or Wirelessly

How to Charge iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Faster Wired or Wirelessly

Apple’s 2017 lineup of iPhones, which includes the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and the iPhone 8 Plus, offers great battery life for their relatively small battery capacity. However, in this day and age, great battery life alone is not enough. It is equally important that a smartphone charges quickly as well.

How to Speed Up Your Slow Apple Watch

How to Speed Up Your Slow Apple Watch

Apple Watch is now three generations old and it’s one of the best accessories for your iPhone (right behind the AirPods). Apple Watch is great for managing notifications, viewing information at a glance and for tracking workouts. We’re now up to the 4th version of watchOS. The first two versions of watchOS were kind of rough. And the first Apple Watch (Series 0) is really slow right now.

iPhone Screen Repair: Find Out How Much it Costs to Replace Cracked iPhone 6, 7, 8 or iPhone X Display

iPhone Screen Repair: Find Out How Much it Costs to Replace Cracked iPhone 6, 7, 8 or iPhone X Display

Every day, hundreds of iPhone owners across the globe drop their phone and shatter its display. Despite Apple using stronger cover glass on each new generation of iPhone, the probability of your iPhone’s display shattering due to a drop is always pretty high.

5 Tips on How to Select the Best Wi-Fi Router for iPhone, iPad and Mac

5 Tips on How to Select the Best Wi-Fi Router for iPhone, iPad and Mac

Last week, Apple announced it is discontinuing its AirPort lineup of routers. Apple had not updated the lineup in years so this move was not particularly surprising, especially since there were far better routers already available in the market. 

How to Get the New Gmail on Web Right Away

How to Get the New Gmail on Web Right Away

Google yesterday unveiled a brand new interface for Gmail on the web. The redesigned interface streamlines the UI and introduces a side panel for tighter integration with other Google apps and third-party add-ons.

How to Download Your Instagram Data

How to Download Your Instagram Data

In a bid to change its perception among the public, Facebook promised to release a tool that would allow Instagram users to download their data. The company already offers a similar tool for Facebook, but this option was missing for Instagram. Yesterday, the tool finally went live which means you can now use download your Instagram data to see what all information Facebook has collected about you.

How to Set an Alphanumeric Passcode on your iPhone or iPad

How to Set an Alphanumeric Passcode on your iPhone or iPad

If you are using a passcode that is made of 6 numbers or worse just 4 numbers, then you may want to change based on the report earlier in the week which revealed that a 6-digit passcode can be cracked in 11 hours and the 4-digit passcode in just 6 and half minutes using a new and relatively cheap technology called GrayKey to unlock iPhones.