iOS 8.1.1 Breakdown: 5 Things iPhone Users Need to Know

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Apple’s iOS 8.1.1 for iPhone is here and it delivers fixes for iOS 8 problems and performance enhancements for the iPhone 4s. There’s much more to Apple’s new iOS 8 update though. Here, we take at the most important information that’s emerged for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and others in the days since […]

iOS 8.1.1 iPhone 4s Reviews: Should You Install iOS 8.1.1?

Most users should install iOS 8.1.1 on the iPhone 4s.

Apple is back with the iOS 8.1.1 update that is supposed to be the best thing to happen to the iPhone 4s since iOS 7.1 earlier this year. Apple specifically focuses on improving the performance of the iPhone 4s with the free iOS 8.1.1 update. Early reviews of iOS 8.1.1 iPhone 4s reviews are very […]

Is There an Apple TV 3 Jailbreak?

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Apple has gone through three generations of its Apple TV set-top streaming box, with the first two iterations able to be jailbroken currently. The third-generation Apple TV was released over two years and it’s the latest Apple TV model to be released. However, is it able to be jailbroken? Long story short, a jailbreak for […]

How to Update to iOS 8.1 Without Updating to iOS 8.1.1

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iOS 8.1.1 was released earlier this week and it aims to fix a handful of bugs and improve performance on the older iPhone 4s and iPad 2. However, the update also patches up the Pangu iOS 8 jailbreak, so if you haven’t updated to iOS 8.1 already, you’re at the risk of not being able […]

iOS 8.1.1 on iPad 3: Impressions & Performance

Here's how iOS 8.1.1 performs on the iPad 3.

Apple’s iOS 8.1.1 update delivers faster performance to older devices like the iPad 2, but how does it handle on the iPad 3? We’ll take a look at the overall iPad 3 iOS 8.1.1 performance in this early review of the latest software update. Since the iOS 8 release in September Apple’s been working to […]

iOS 8 May Add Beats Music as a Default App in Future Update

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As if users needed more apps to put away in an “Unused” folder, it’s said that the Beats Music streaming app might turn into a default app on iOS devices, joining the ranks of Safari, Notes, Mail, and other built-in iOS apps that every iPhone and iPad user gets with their device. According to the […]

5 Reasons to Install iOS 8.1.1 Right Now

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We’ve already taken a look at some reasons why you might not want to install Apple’s new iOS 8.1.1 update and now it’s time to switch gears and take a look at some reasons why you might not want to hold off. Here, we take a look at why iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users […]

5 Reasons Not to Install iOS 8.1.1 Right Now

Use these iPhone 6 Plus apps to get more done and keep your data secure.

Earlier this week, Apple released another iOS 8 update in the form of iOS 8.1.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The update, as expected, is a bug fixer aimed at patching up performance problems. While the iOS 8.1.1 update appears solid, there are some reasons why you might want to avoid installing the iOS […]

Is Black Friday the Best Time to Buy an iPhone 6 or iPhone 5s?

Save big with a iPhone 6 Black Friday deal shown in the Walmart Black Friday 2014 ad.

iPhone Black Friday deals are still a huge target for Black Friday 2014 with Walmart, Best Buy and Target all offering iPhone Black Friday deals. With huge crowds and the potential for big savings, many shoppers are quietly asking, “Is Black Friday the best time to buy an iPhone?” At the end of the day […]

iPhone 7 Camera Could See Major Improvements

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While the iPhone 6 is still hot off the presses, rumors about the next iPhone are just beginning. It’s said that the iPhone 7 (or whatever it’ll be called) will include not only the obvious camera improvements that users can expect, but also some major improvements that could put all point-and-shoot cameras to shame, as […]

Chrome for Mac Just Got a Lot Better

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Google Chrome hasn’t been the most friendly web browser on OS X, but a new 64-bit version of Chrome for Mac has released, which aims to increase performance and manage RAM better than previous versions. Of course, most newer Macs are 64-bit compatible, while older Macs are on 32-bit, and since Google is retiring the […]

iOS 8.1.1: 7 Things You Need to Know Before Installing

Here's how to get better iOS 8 performance on iPhone 5.

Earlier this week, Apple finally pushed out its iOS 8.1.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. As expected, the iOS 8.1.1 update delivers bug fixes for iOS 8 problems and performance enhancements for older devices. With an update now here and many iPhone and iPad users trying to decide whether it’s worth an upgrade, […]

9 Common iOS 8.1.1 Problems & How to Fix Them

The bigger iPhone 6 Plus screen makes it better for movies and TV shows.

Apple’s iOS 8.1.1 update is now live for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users around the world and it delivers bug fixes for iOS 8 problems and performance enhancements for older devices. It’s also causing some problems for some iPhone and iPad users. Here, we take a look at how to solve some of the […]

Apple Watch Release Nears as Developers Start Making Apps

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The Apple Watch is set to release at some point early next year, and the anticipation is continuing to grow as Apple has officially released its WatchKit software development kit, which allows developers to finally start making apps for the new smartwatch. This software development kit arrives alongside the first beta to iOS 8.2, and […]

Apple Opening Up iPhone Lightning Port to Third Parties

Lightning headphones may deliver better sound this year.

While many iPhone and iPad accessories have long been able to use the Lightning connector, it looks like Apple will soon allow access to the Lightning port itself, which could open up a whole new world of iOS device accessories. Apple announced last week during its yearly briefing for accessory makers in its Made-for-iPhone licensing […]

iOS 8 Jailbreak Made iOS 8 More Secure, Says Apple

Overall the iOS 8.1.1 update on the iPhone 6 Plus runs smoothly.

iOS 8.1.1 released this week, arriving with a handful of bug fixes and performance improvements mostly for the older iPhone 4s and the iPad 2. However, one big change that most users didn’t see was that the latest update patched up the new iOS 8 jailbreak. The iOS 8 jailbreak was released last month shortly […]

5 iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks That Fix iPhone Annoyances

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The iOS 8 jailbreak is officially out and available for all iPhones and iPads that are capable of running iOS 8. Here are five iOS 8 Cydia tweaks that work with the latest version of iOS that fix some of the iPhone’s biggest annoyances. The Pangu dev team is responsible for this latest jailbreak and […]

How to Curse on the iPhone & iOS 8

Learn how to curse on the iPhone with iOS 8 even when auto correct won't let you.

This guide will teach you how to curse on the iPhone or iPad using iOS 8. This will prevent the iPhone from changing your messages to ducking and shot all the time, and will instead allow you to curse in messages like you want to. Apple’s auto correct automatically changes common curse words to ducking […]

iOS 8.1.1 on iPhone 6 Plus: Impressions & Performance

Here's an early look at IOS 8.1.1 on the iPhone 6 Plus.

The iOS 8.1.1 release delivers small fixes and a number of performance improvements to the iPhone and iPad. Although most of the publicized fixes are aimed at older devices, we’re taking a look at how iOS 8.1.1 handles on the iPhone 6 Plus. This is our early iOS 8.1.1 review on the iPhone 6 Plus. For […]

OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 WiFi Problems Still Persistent

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Yesterday Apple released a minor update for OS X Yosemite in the form of version 10.10.1, which aimed to fix those pesky WiFi problems that many users have been experiencing, as we expected, but it seems that the update isn’t quite working out for some users. Ever since the release of OS X Yosemite, many […]