Tips to extend your iPhone battery life

Tips to extend your iPhone battery life

Most of us are heavily reliant on our phones. So when your iPhone is low on battery and there’s no outlet in sight, it can be a stressful situation. Thankfully, there are some settings you can adjust that can help you squeeze a few more hours out of your battery.

iPhone Wars: iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus

iPhone Wars: iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus

Last year, Apple released the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X, which are similar enough to confuse anyone who doesn’t work for the tech giant. Which unit deserves your hard-earned money? If you’re on the fence about which one to get, read along.

Price

Being the higher end model, the iPhone X is more expensive than the iPhone 8 Plus, with a price difference of at least $200. But that doesn’t mean the iPhone X is the all around better option.

Top 5 features picks for macOS Mojave

Top 5 features picks for macOS Mojave

After a year of launching macOS High Sierra, Apple has finally announced the newest operating system for Mac users, macOS Mojave, along with its exciting new features. Read on to discover what macOS Mojave has in store.

Dark Mode

Did you ever wish your computer windows were not just plain ole white? If yes, you’re in for a treat.

Apple WWDC 2018: News and updates

Apple WWDC 2018: News and updates

The Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) has developers meeting and joining discussions with more than a thousand engineers from Apple. What new products did the computer manufacturer have in store for consumers? Read on to find out!

A more personal, faster iOS 12

Apple has focused on improving the operating system’s performance so that iPads and iPhones become more responsive and work faster.

Can the “Black Dot” bug be fixed?

Can the “Black Dot” bug be fixed?

Apple just uncovered a new text bug that uses the Unicode writing system to overload the memory of its text messaging app, causing it to regularly crash. While the developers are still working to fix the issue, there are things you can do to avoid locking up your device.

What does Apple know from your data?

What does Apple know from your data?

Privacy is something everyone values, so as we become more and more connected online, we become more and more concerned about volunteering our information. Tech companies like Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon not only get the data we willingly provide, but also get lots of data we unwittingly provide.

New tech makes it easier to break into iPhones

New tech makes it easier to break into iPhones

Watch out iPhone users, technology that unlocks your devices is now readily available. Yes, it’s probably okay for the tech to be in the hands of law enforcement and the government, but how can you be sure they are the only ones with access? Here’s a quick rundown on how to solve this issue by shifting to a stronger passcode.

Time Machine: How to back up your Mac

Time Machine: How to back up your Mac

It is widely believed that Macs are the most trusted computers today. Unlike other computers, they don’t crash often and are better protected against viruses and other malware. But despite their outstanding qualities, Macs are still susceptible to theft, and even crashes.

Privacy controls for iOS 11 data

Privacy controls for iOS 11 data

You probably already know that your Apple device collects some of your phone’s data. You may also not like the idea of a corporation accessing personal information such as your location and the websites you visit. Fortunately, there are a few ways to protect yourself by tweaking some of iOS 11’s privacy controls.

iPhone security vulnerabilities revealed

iPhone security vulnerabilities revealed

In a recent report published by Forbes, a major U.S. government contractor and Israel-based vendor called Cellebrite revealed their capacity to unlock every iPhone on the planet. This new addition to their services was specifically generated for law enforcement and forensic specialists.