iOS 13 betas are rough. Installing any beta is a risky affair, but iOS 13 betas so far have been very unreliable. What if you’ve already installed the iOS 13 Public or Developer Beta and you want to go back to iOS 12? This is actually easily done using dr.fone (without any data loss).
Data loss is a part of life. You can either accidentally delete part of your hard drive, or you can end up damaging a drive altogether. This is especially common when you use flash drives or external drives to move data between multiple computers. The failure rate goes through the roof. But usually, the data (or at least a part of it) is still hiding underneath the corrupted layer. And sometimes it can be recovered. Here’s how to do that using EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard on Mac.
These days, a VPN service is essential but not good enough. A VPN service puts a server between you and the internet traffic so none of your private data is shared from the iPhone or iPad. While a VPN takes care of the security issue, it does little to solve the privacy problems that occur while browsing the web. Luckily Spod VPN & Web Filter is here to cover both grounds.
It takes ten shots to get one good picture. We all seem to have internalized this rule. We take multiple pictures until we finally find that Instagram-ready angle. But once we’ve meticulously edited the photo and shared it on social media, the dopamine has done its job and we move on to the next thing. Chasing the next perfect frame. All this while, your iPhone has been collecting a collection of those 9 bad photos for every good click. It’s time to finally get rid of them all and claim back the valuable storage space. Gemini Photos is here to help.
Data loss is a part of living the digital life. And it happens to everyone once in a while. The more devices that you have, the more chances that some disk somewhere is going to be corrupted. RecoverIt from Wondershare helps you recover the data no matter where it’s stored. It can be on your Mac, external USB drive, SD card or a flash drive.
Dealing with PDFs is never easy. Unlike a Word document or an Excel spreadsheet, PDF is a rigid format. Once generated, it’s only used for viewing and sharing. But these days, way too many communications depend on PDF. You either have to sign a PDF, fill in a PDF form or sometimes, edit a PDF itself to correct a mistake. In times like this, you’ll need an app to make things easier for you. PDFelement for Mac is one such app.
Let’s face it, the process of deleting apps on the iPhone is way too cumbersome. The iOS Home screen hasn’t changed in over 10 years. And every year, Apple kept on adding new things. First folders and recently, the ability to move multiple apps together. This recent addition has made the process of moving and deleting apps frustrating. Plus, if you have hundreds of apps, simply finding the app to delete can take a lot of time.
These days, you need a charging strategy when you’re packing for a long journey. How will you keep your iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch GoPro, camera and Kindle charged up at all times? You’ll run out of ports after charging your iPhone and MacBook! What you need are better wall chargers or adaptors designed specifically for travelers. BESTEK makes some amazing options and they’re currently on sale for 60% off!
5KPlayer is an all-rounder media player you didn’t know you needed. If you’ve been using the QuickTime player or the VLC player, it’s time for an upgrade. Especially if you tend to mirror or screen content from your iPhone to the Mac. Usually, you need to connect your iPhone to the Mac using a cable. Unlike the Apple TV, there’s no built-in AirPlay feature for iPhone to Mac. 5KPlayer brings that to your Mac.
The iPhone works great most of the time. But when it stops working, fixing it up usually ends up causing you a lot of frustration. If you forgot your iPhone passcode, you’ll have to reset the whole device again. If your iPhone is stuck on the Apple Logo or if it won’t boot up, it’s a trip to the Apple Service Station. And Apple repairs are seldom cheap. Not to mention the time you’ll have to spend at the Genius Bar.