If you listen to music via music streaming services like Apple Music, you get access to unlimited music, curated playlists, and radio stations. There’s always something new to listen to, but there are songs that get stuck in your mind and you always go back to them and listen to over and over. Have you ever thought of finding those songs that you listen to the most?
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You’ve probably heard by now that SMS based two-factor verfication (2FA) is not as secure as we had thought as researchers have shown how it is possible to hijack a text message. But as we reported a few days back, the good news is that your iPhone can now be used as a much more secure Google security key. In this article, we will show you how to use your iPhone as a physical secure key for 2-step verification for your Google Account.
The most popular features of Apple’s AirPods Pro are Active Noise Cancellation and the cool Transparency mode. In this article, we will explain how these features work, and also show you how to quickly switch between both Noise Cancellation and the Transparency mode on AirPods Pro.
Depending on your use case, an iPad is actually a great device to have for content consumption or for working on the go. However, an iPad is also a great device to use as a secondary monitor for your Mac, especially when traveling.
Apple has been offering a three-month free Apple Music subscription via the Shazam app for quite some time. For the holiday season though, Apple is running an even better campaign in which it is offering six months of Apple Month subscription for free.
If you have ever built or used a Hackintosh, you must be aware of the importance of kexts. They are like drivers for all the components of your PC and it is important you keep them updated to ensure your
Mac Hackintosh is running perfectly. However, it can get a bit tiresome to keep checking for kext updates manually from different sources and then updating your Hackintosh accordingly. If you are looking for an easy method to update all the kexts in your Hackintosh, follow this guide.
With the release of macOS Catalina, Apple has officially killed iTunes for good and replaced it with a standalone Music app. However, apart from listening to music, iTunes was also used for backing up iPhones and iPads. So, without iTunes, how does one back up their iPhone or iPad on a Mac that’s running Catalina? Read this guide to know how.
Apple recently released the iOS 13.2.3 update with a bunch of bug fixes. Compared to iOS 13.2.2, the update is a relatively minor bug fixing one. However, iOS 13.2.3 is currently not supported by checkra1n jailbreak took so if you are looking to jailbreak your iPhone (or iPad running iPadOS 13.2.3), you will first have to downgrade it back to iOS 13.2.2.