iOS 8.1 Could Kill Emulators for Good

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Apple’s iOS 8.1 operating system could kill off a large segment of the iPhone and iPad gaming community for good. Early testing of iOS 8.1 indicates that Apple has plans to close a crucial loophole that allowed iPhone and iPad users to install classic GameBoy emulators for games like Pokemon and Mario. Dario Sepulveda posted […]

OS X Yosemite Release & Feature Roundup

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The OS X Yosemite release date arrives this month as a free update for most Apple computers including the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, iMac and Mac Mini. Apple delivers a new look for OS X Yosemite that is familiar but new and packs in a lot of new OS X Yosemite features that could […]

iOS 8 Problems Plague Worrisome Users

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iOS 8 was released last month for iPhone and iPad users, and while many users have already made the upgrade, there’s still a significant amount of users who are still on iOS 7. The latest version of iOS 8 has come with a handful of setbacks and problems, including iOS 8.0.1 essentially breaking users’ devices, […]

How to Leave a Group Message on iPhone

Here's how to leave group messages in iOS 8.

Apple’s brand new iOS 8 update delivers a number of new features to iPhone and iPad users including an overhauled messaging system that includes some important but hidden features including ways to better manage your group iMessages. Here, we take a look at how to leave a group message on iPhone or iPad in iOS […]

iOS 8.0.2 on iPhone 6 Review: Two Weeks Later

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Just about two weeks ago, Apple released its iOS 8.0.2 update for iPhone and iPad to alleviate iOS 8 problems. With two weeks of use under our belt, we want to offer an updated iOS 8.0.2 on iPhone 6 review, a review that will help you decide if iOS 8.0.2 is worth installing ahead of […]

How to Watch NHL Games Live

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The NHL season is starting back up and today is opening day, where many teams will be competing for the first time in the 2014-2015 season. Here’s how to watch all the action all season long. In order to watch NHL games, you don’t need a television with an antenna or cable subscription. Instead, you […]

Siri Hands-Free Interaction Still Dangerous While Driving

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Many states have banned cell phone activity while driving, and for good reason. Texting while driving is extremely dangerous, and even talking on the phone is distracting you from focusing on the road. However, a new study conducted by AAA provides even more details about using cell phones while driving. Let’s face it: we’ve all […]

iOS 8.1 Release: 5 Things Users Need to Know

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While iPhone and iPad users continue to struggle with a variety of iOS 8 problems, there is hope on the horizon. That hope is Apple’s brand new iOS 8.1 update, an update that it’s tucked away inside Apple’s beta program with a release date rumored for October. Here, ahead of Apple’s October event, we preview […]

October Apple Event Confirmed: 5 Possible Announcements

The October Apple event is confirmed. Here are five things you can expect to see.

The October Apple event is confirmed with new media invites for the event where we expect to see the new iPad Air 2, learn the final OS X Yosemite release date and possibly see a new iMac Retina. The October Apple event invites show an Apple logo and the tagline It’s been way too long. […]

Apple Pay Release Most Likely Arriving with iOS 8.1

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Apple unveiled its new digital wallet payment system (called Apple Pay) last month during its iPhone 6 event, but the platform has yet to release to the public. The company noted that we would see it at some point this month, and new details suggest that we’ll see it arrive with iOS 8.1. Developer Hamza […]

iOS 8.0.2 on iPad 3 Review

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This iOS 8.0.2 review on the iPad 3 looks at how the new software performs on this older iPad. Although not as old as the iPad 2, there are some issues with iOS 8 on the iPad 3 that users need to know before upgrading. After spending a week using the iPad 3 on iOS […]

8 Common iOS 8 Problems & How to Fix Them

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Apple’s iOS 8.0.2 update was released to fix lingering iOS 8.0.1 problems and iOS 8 problems. However, in the days since its release, we’ve heard numerous iPhone and iPad users complain about a slew of iOS 8.0.2 issues and here, we take a look at some of the most common iOS 8 problems and possible […]

iOS 8.1 Release Date Inches Closer

After a week, here's our iOS 8.0.2 iPhone 5s review.

The iOS 8.1 release date has inched closer today which means that we’re now one step closer to an update that could solve several iOS 8 problems and iOS 8.0.2 problems. Last month, Apple rolled out its brand new iOS 8 update, an update that delivered a number of brand new features to iPhone and […]

How to Turn Off Parallax Effect in iOS 8

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iOS 8 was released last month with a wealth of new features, but one feature that remains unchanged from iOS 7 is the infamous parallax effect. The parallax effect was first introduced in iOS 7 and was a new feature that also makes its way to iOS 8. Essentially, it gives your iPhone or iPad’s […]

How to Recover Deleted Photos in iOS 8

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If you accidentally deleted some photos off of your iPhone or iPad running iOS 8, it’s now easier than ever to recover them, and frankly, iOS 8 marks the first time that iOS users can actually recover deleted photos without restoring from a backup. iOS 8 launched to the public last month with a handful […]

Why You Shouldn’t Buy the iPad 4 Right Now

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Apple’s iPad 4, also known as the iPad with Retina Display, is still sold on the Apple Store for $399. And while its features and price tag are probably tempting, there are some good reasons why you shouldn’t buy the iPad 4 right now. Two years ago, Apple announced the iPad 4, its fourth-generation 9.7-inch […]

iOS 8.0.2 Review: Is It Worth Installing?

Learn how iOS 8.0.2 performs on the iPhone 6 Plus and what bugs remain.

Nearly two weeks have passed since Apple pushed out its third iOS 8 update, an update that naturally is called iOS 8.0.2. Over the past week and a half, we’ve spent quality time with iOS 8.0.2 on iPhone and iPad and today, we want to help you answer that ever so important question: Is iOS […]

How to Permanently Delete Photos in iOS 8

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iOS 8 launched to the public last month with a handful of new features, but with that comes some changes that many users probably don’t like. One of those changes involves how photos are deleted from an iPhone or iPad. The Photos app on iOS 8 now comes with a Recently Deleted folder, which is […]

How to Use T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling On The iPhone

Here are 15 amazing iOS 8 hidden features.

When Apple announced that it’d be introducing Wi-Fi calling in the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 and some of the iPhones getting iOS 8, legions of tech reporters cheered. As of a few weeks ago Wi-Fi calling is available on the iPhone on T-Mobile in the USA and its coming to other carriers soon. Why users wanted […]

How to Add Emergency Medical Info to Your iOS 8 Lock Screen

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Apple’s new Health app that comes bundled with iOS 8 allows users to conveniently store all of their health-related information into one app with the help of other apps that record various bits of information about you. However, the Health app can also be used for emergency purposes and you can put important medical information […]