Aseem Kishore

6 Tips to Get the Most Out of Apple Music

by File in: General Software

Since its launch, Apple Music seems to have gotten better and better. Available through iTunes, iOS and (amazingly) Android, you get access to a lot of music for just a few bucks a month. However, you may not in fact be getting the maximum value out of your Apple Music subscription. There are quite a […]

Use Custom DNS Servers on Cellular in iOS with DNS Override

by File in: iOS

When you type the name of a website into your browser’s address bar, it gets referred to a DNS or domain name system server, which translates the friendly web URL to an IP address pointing to a specific server. Your service provider will usually run its own DNS server and your router will default to […]

Backup Your iOS Device Over WiFi Automatically

by File in: iOS

When the first iOS devices launched, there was an expectation that customers would also have a personal computer like a Windows PC or MacOS machine. It might have been less true of the iPhone, but early iPad users couldn’t even start using their tablets without first connecting the machine to a PC. These days, iPads […]

10 MacBook Pro Tips for Beginners

by File in: Hardware

The Macbook Pro is a very powerful laptop; one that can increase your productivity many times over. But it can also be a bit complicated, especially if you’re used to working in a Windows environment. In this article , we’ve put together 10 useful tips that will accelerate your familiarity with this sleek, state-of-the-art block […]

Use Your iOS Device as a Wired Modem

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Most people are probably aware that their smartphone or tablet can function as a WiFi hotspot. This way, your other devices can all share the same data via your mobile operator’s SIM card in a process often referred to as “tethering”. What many iOS users may not know is that they can use a wired […]

How to Use Continuity Camera on iOS and OS X

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Recently, I wrote a post on how to copy and paste content across different Apple devices using Handoff and Universal Clipboard. Continuity also includes a host of other cool features, one of them being Continuity Camera. This is a new feature that is only available on iOS 12 and OS X Mojave devices. It essentially […]

Backup Your Mac using Time Machine

by File in: OS X

Unlike Windows, OS X has a great built-in tool for backing up your entire operating system to a backup drive. Windows has an option to create a system image, but it’s a relic of Windows 7 and it’s not terribly easy to use, especially when you  have to do a full restore. The best way […]

How to Partition an External or Internal Hard Drive in OS X

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Partitioning your hard drive can be a frustrating and daunting task. However, once you understand how the process works, it’s a lot less scary. So why would you want to partition a drive? Back when I was in college, like many other students, I had a MacBook Pro for ease of use and its minimalist […]

Don’t See 4K at 60 FPS Record Video Option on iPhone 8 Plus/X?

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Did you just get your new shiny iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X? Me too! Well, the first thing I did was go to change my settings so that I could record video at that glorious 4K at 60 fps setting! By default Apple, sets to to only 1080 at 60 FPS, which […]

How to Setup Apple TV 4K for the First Time

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So I just got my shiny new Apple TV 4K and I rushed to set it up as quickly as possible so I could watch those new 4K HDR movies on my 4K TV! It’s also way faster and better than the 2nd generation Apple TV that I refused to upgrade until Apple moved to […]