Apple Announces iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Here is the Difference Between These Two

Apple has finally announced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The main difference between these devices is definitely the screen size. iPhone 6 is 4.7″ while iPhone 6 Plus is 5.5″ in size. It is to be noted that screen size is measured diagonally from the front side. Apart from the screen size, the other features are almost same in… Continue reading

White iPhone 6 Photos and Videos

We have got fresh photos of iPhone 6 white model which is activated, fully functional and running on iOS 8. Though there are many questions marks whether these are fake or real pictures, but the accompanying videos clearly indicate that the device is legitimate. Update 1: Apple has officially announced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus. The main specifications and Continue reading

How to Set Image Capture as the Default Application and Use it to Quickly Delete and Import iPhone Photos

Image Capture is one of the hidden gems of Mac OS X operating system which people don’t know about or don’t use it as it deserves. Let me confess that even I didn’t open it from last two years. Recently I was searching for an alternative method to quickly delete the photos from my iPhone without importing them to the… Continue reading

How to Schedule the Messages in WhatsApp on iPhone

If you love WhatsApp on iPhone, then there is a good news for you. A new tweak called Message Scheduler for WhatsApp has been developed which lets you schedule the messages to be sent later. This tweak is available in the Cydia store and, of course, your device should be already jailbroken to install it. Fortunately, the latest public Continue reading

How to Remove Duplicate App Names from Right-Click Open-With Menu [Mac]

Recently I faced a strange problem where I could see the duplicate entries of some software names when I used to open a file by using the “Open With” feature present in Context Menu on my MacBook Pro. Though this behaviour doesn’t cause any malfunctioning in the Mac operating system but still some people find it annoying and they want… Continue reading

Here Are Few Tips to Fix / Prevent Damage and Cracking of Lightning iPhone Charging Cables

Apple introduced new lightning cable with iPhone 5 in 2012, the one end of which is reversible while the other end which goes into adapter is non-reversible USB. Apple also told us that this new cable was more durable, smaller in size and all digital with 8 signal design. No doubt this lightning cable is easier to handle and less… Continue reading

How to Compute MD5 and SHA-1 Hash Values of Cydia Packages to Check Malicious Content

Whenever there is a jailbreak available, almost everyone tries to install some third-party applications especially from the largest Cydia store on his / her iPhone, or iPad. As far as your sole source for third party package is Cydia, you don’t need to worry about malware and some other similar stuff like viruses etc because Cydia moderators are professionals… Continue reading

iPhone 6 Live Event on September 9, Live Streaming and Time

As we all know now that Apple has finally scheduled the much awaiting event for September 9th, 2014. The most important product which we are going to see is definitely the new iPhone, most probably iPhone 6. Rumors have already been circulating across the tech web that the company may introduce two models of iPhone, the main difference between … Continue reading

Pangu 1.2 Jailbreak Software with Fix for Bootloop Issue Released

Pangu 1.2 is a minor update from jailbreak team for those users who are facing some issues on their devices. The most important bug which is fixed in this version is bootloop issue which was faced by many iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 users. In this issue the device usually stucks at the very early stage of booting. Some devices… Continue reading

How to Restart iPhone and iPad Without Using Any Hardware Buttons Like Power or Home

By default Apple’s iOS doesn’t contain any function to restart your iPhone or iPad. The first suitable option we have is by using the hardware buttons. As per the official documents, we have to shut down our device first and then start it again using power button in order to reboot the device. Besides this oficial way of restarting… Continue reading

How to Use Spotlight As Calculator in OS X

Do you know you can also use Spotlight for common calculations without firing up any additional calculator or software in OS X Mavericks and Yosemite? Sometimes the new features in the updated version of OS either are not told to the users or are not advertised as they should be. The users are expected to find them and share them… Continue reading

Apple Delivers iOS 8 Beta 5 to Developers

Apple has just released a new iOS 8 beta 5 version to the developers for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices already running on previous iOS 8 beta version. Currently the update is available through Over-The-Air updater, but soon the the registered users can also download the build 12A4345d of beta five through iOS Dev Portal. Update 1: The final… Continue reading

Soon You Can Emulate iOS and Android in Browser on Cloud Using Virtual

Virtual is a new tool based on virtualization and emulation which would allow the developers to test their iOS and android application on cloud based browser without involving any physical device. This new concept could change the whole procedure of app testing in near future. “The idea was to move away from emulation and go to full-blown virtualization,” Wade says.… Continue reading