How to Secure iMessage and FaceTime

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Back in September last year, Apple introduced two-factor authentication for iCloud, and now it’s available for iMessage and FaceTime. Here’s how to enable it for these two services. Apple recently expanded the ability to secure your iCloud account further by enabling two-factor authentication for iCloud backups, allowing users to secure their iPhone and iPad backups […]

How to Connect Bluetooth Accessories to Your iPhone 6

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The world is overflowing with Bluetooth accessories, with products like headphones, speakers, keyboards and mice. Here’s how to connect them to your iPhone 6. Bluetooth is one of the most popular forms of wireless, and most users prefer Bluetooth peripherals over RF wireless simply because there’s no receiver dongle that they have to deal with; […]

10 Best iMac Accessories

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While Apple has been focusing a lot of its attention on iPhone and iPad, the company’s iMac desktop computer is also a popular machine. Here are the 10 best iMac accessories to buy. The iMac has a unique design, and many accessory makers try to take advantage of that by making accessories specifically for the […]

How to Downgrade the iPad 2 to iOS 6 in 2015

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The iPad 2 supports the latest version of iOS, but it’s nearing the end of its lifecycle. Plus, iOS 8 doesn’t even run that well on the older tablet, so here’s how you can downgrade your iPad 2 to iOS 6 for better performance. The iPad 2 and the iPhone 4s are the two oldest […]

iPad Pro Rumors Heat Up with New Leaked Case

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iPad Pro rumors have been gaining steam over the last few weeks, and it seems case leaks are the new hot topic. French site nowhereelse.fr has leaked a photo of what appears to be another iPad Pro case, and it gives us a peek at what the new tablet could be like. The images provided give […]

50 Google Search Tips & Tricks

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While Google has moved on from just being a search engine and dipped into other markets, like mobile devices and even robotics, its roots still deal with searching the internet to find what you’re looking for. Here are ten Google Search tips and tricks that you may not know about. Searching for something on Google […]

How to Add a Gmail Account to iPhone

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If you have a Gmail email account and an iPhone, here’s how to add your Gmail account to your iPhone to access your email while on the go. Gmail is one of the most popular email services around, and the iPhone is one of the most popular smartphones on the market. Together, they can create […]

How to Send Roses & Chocolates from Your iPhone

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Valentine’s Day is here, and if you waited until the last minute to get your special someone a gift for the holiday, there’s still some time left, especially when you have the ease and convenience of ordering roses, chocolates and other gifts right on your iPhone. While Valentine’s Day is mostly geared towards couples, it […]

How to Get More Dropbox Storage

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If you’re running a bit low on Dropbox storage, here’s how to get more for free, or at least at a low cost. Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud storage solutions on the market, and it has become one of the easiest services to use, thanks to an intuitive web interface and mobile and […]

What to Do If Your iPhone Gets Stolen

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If you’re iPhone was stolen from you, here’s what you need to do in order to keep your information safe and maybe get your device back. Millions of phones get lost or stolen constantly, and usually there’s not much you can do about it other than to try and go back and find it. If […]

How to Restore an iPhone Without Losing iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak

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If you need to restore your iPhone, but can’t afford to lose your jailbreak (especially since iOS 8.1.3 isn’t jailbreakable), here’s how to restore your iPhone without losing your iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak. Whether you want to just start from a clean slate, you’re selling your jailbroken iPhone, or you screwed something up on the software […]

How to Protect Your iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak

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If you haven’t updated to iOS 8.1.3 yet, but are wanting to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad, stay where you are and don’t update to the latest iOS version just yet. Here’s how to protect your iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak. iOS 8.1.3 was released a couple of weeks ago, and one of the biggest new “features” […]

Why You Don’t Need a Fitbit to Get in Shape

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One of the biggest advantages of having a smartwatch is for the fitness-tracking capabilities, but according to a new study, your smartphone is actually better at tracking your fitness activities. A new paper that was recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that most fitness-focused smartphone apps are just as accurate […]

How to Get More Google Drive Storage

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If you’re running a bit low on Google Drive storage, here’s how to get more for free or at least at a low cost. Google Drive is one of the most popular cloud storage solutions on the market. What was once Google Docs (a cloud-based office suite that you could access from any web browser) […]

iPhone 6s Touch ID Could See Big Improvements

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The iPhone 6s will no-doubt be an improvement over the current iPhone 6, but the Touch ID sensor will be a focus point for Apple, as it’s said that the company will look to improve the accuracy of the fingerprint sensor. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is prepared to improve Touch ID in […]

MLB.TV Renewal Coming Soon, Cancel for Savings

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MLB.TV is ready for the 2015 baseball season, and it’s letting new users sign up for a yearly subscription to the service, as well renewing existing users’ subscriptions. This may sound good and dandy, but you may want to hold off on purchasing a subscription now. Or if you’re an existing member, cancel your auto-renewal […]

iOS 8.4 Update Aims Its Sights at Spotify

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A lot of new details about upcoming iOS updates have been revealed today, but that’s not all. It’s said that iOS 8.4, which is well into development at this point, will include Apple’s revamped streaming music service that’s based on Beats Music. According to 9to5Mac, Apple is working on iOS 8.4 currently, and while it […]

Unu DX-6 iPhone 6 Battery Case Review

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With the huge number of iPhone 6 cases and other accessories that debuted at CES last month, there’s one company that doesn’t want to be left out of the competition. Unu has a new iPhone 6 battery case available that offers around 125% more battery for Apple’s latest flagship device. Unu isn’t the most well-known […]

Kindle Sale Offers Nice Discounts on Ereaders & Tablets

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Amazon is having a pre-Valentine’s Day Kindle sale on several of its tablets and ereaders, including the entry-level Kindle ereader, the Fire HDX 8.9, the Kindle Fire HD 6, and the Kindle Paperwhite. The best deal you can get is for the company’s entry-level Kindle ereader, which can be had for just $59. It’s not the […]

iPhone 6s Camera Rumors Suggest Same 8MP Sensor

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The iPhone 6s will likely be a minor refresh come this fall, just like all second-generations iPhone models are, and upgrades to the camera will likely be minor as well. According to the Taipei Times, the iPhone 6s will keep the same 8-megapixel camera sensor as the iPhone 6 that’s currently on the market. Apple […]