6 Features Of iPadOS Every iPad User Should Know About

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The year 2019 is going to be an important one for iOS users. It’s the year that iOS transforms into something significantly different. Until now, all Apple devices that aren’t Macs have shared the same operating system. Whether you had an Apple TV, iPad or iPhone, it used iOS. While all three devices will still […]

6 Tips to Get the Most Out of Apple Music

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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 […]