Ever Wonder What Your Browser Knows About You?

Ryan IsbellMac, PC, Tips and Tricks

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How To See Everything Your Browser Knows About You by David Nield The second you log onto the internet, you start leaving a trace that’s more telling than you think. Browsers can not only identify where you are in the world, but they collect a ton of other data too, such as where your mouse is hovering and when you … Read More

Learn To Use Terminal on Mac

Ryan IsbellMac, Tips and Tricks

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How To Use Terminal On Mac by Kenny Hemphill Terminal provides a command line interface to control the UNIX based operating system that lurks below OS X. Here’s everything you need to know about terminal, and what it can do for you and your Mac. Of all the tools tucked away in OS X’s Utilities folder, few are as mis-understood … Read More

iPhone 8 Could Be EXPENSIVE!

Ryan IsbelliPhone 8, Rumors, rumors

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KGI: All 2017 iPhone’s To Have Wireless Charging, iPhone 8’s 3D Touch Pricier to Build by Christian Zibreg KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted in a new note to clients, obtained by MacRumors, that all new models of iPhone introduced this year would feature wireless charging. In addition, the report cautions that production costs of iPhone 8’s enhanced 3D Touch module … Read More

Jailbroken iPhone Still The Best Device Out There

Ryan IsbelliOS, iPad, iPhone, Tips and Tricks

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5 Reason You Should Still Jailbreak Your iPhone by David Nield Jailbreaking isn’t the hot topic it once was. All the new features in iOS, plus the iPhone’s availability on all the major US carriers means it’s no longer such a compelling proposition (especially given the drawbacks). But is the golden era of jailbreaking truly over? Here are 5 reasons … Read More

Teach Siri To Be Less Frustrating

Ryan IsbelliOS, Tips and Tricks

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How To Teach Siri Better Pronunciation  by David Nield Siri making a meal of your boyfriend’s name? Or is it just not getting the right amount of twang in when trying to say the name of the local cab firm? If you think Siri’s pronunciation skills leave something to be desired then you can retrain the app yourself in just … Read More

Do You Know About These iPhone Gestures?

Ryan IsbelliOS, Tips and Tricks

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14 iPhone Gestures You Might Not Know About by David Nield It doesn’t take long to learn the swipes and taps you need to get around your iPhone. Its intuitiveness is a major selling point, but there are some lesser-known gestures that aren’t immediately obvious that can be useful too. Here are 14 gestures you can use on your iPhone … Read More

Wanna Delete Photos From iPhone But Keep Them In iCloud?

Ryan IsbelliOS, iPad, iPhone, Tips and Tricks

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How Can I Delete Photos From My iPhone But Keep Them in iCloud? by Jesse Hollington The short answer is that you can’t easily do this – at least not in any way that’s practical for normal use.  You can hide photos so that they won’t be displayed in your main timeline (the “Photos” section), although they’ll still appear in … Read More

More iPhone 8 Rumors

Ryan IsbellApple News, iPhone, iPhone 8, Rumors, rumors

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iPhone 8 To Feature Iris Scanner; Production To Start Earlier Than Usual With Strict Quality Control Guidelines Posted by Rajesh Pandey Corroborating a rumor from earlier this week, DigiTimes reports that Apple has asked its suppliers to deliver parts and start production of the iPhone 8 earlier than usual. The Cupertino company reportedly wants its supply chain partners to start delivering parts and components for … Read More

Backup Your Mac! Here’s How

Ryan IsbellTips and Tricks

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How to back up a Mac: Four types of backup all Mac users should be using by David Fanning If you aren’t backing up you should be, even with new hard disk technology and solid state drives that have no moving parts. Nothing is indestructible and if you lose your data you will only have yourself to blame. Back up … Read More

Everything AIRPODS

Ryan IsbellTips and Tricks

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How to use Airpods like a Pro by Christian Zibreg So you’ve treated yourself to AirPods, Apple’s first-ever earphones based on Bluetooth technology that use its in-house designed W1 silicon for some cool smarts. Though intuitive to use right out of the box thanks to W1-enabled features like zero-configuration pairing, automatic ear detection, gestures and seamless switching between devices, there’s more to … Read More