1. How to Download Your Apple ID Account Data if You Live in the US, Canada, Australia or New Zealand.


    A short tutorial for users from the United States of America,  Canada, Australia, and New Zealand who want to download their entire Apple data pack. A feature that has until now only be available to European users in wake of the recent GDPR ruling.

  2. How to Set Up iCloud Email on Android Devices.


    If you have recently migrated from Apple to Android and want to continue to use iCloud email, this guide will show you how to set up an iCloud email account on any Android device.

  3. How to Fix iPhone / iPad Not Recognized on Windows 10. (iPhone Not Found)


    If you are having trouble trying to connect your iPhone or iPad to your Windows 10 computer/iTunes and are beginning to think all hope is lost. This guide will show you a list of possible solutions you can use to get your iOS devices connected to your Windows 10 PC.

  4. How to Fix 'Unable to Verify Update' Errors on iOS iPhone X,8,7,6. (Stuck on OTA Update iPad)


    If you are trying to update one of your Apple devices to iOS 11.1 or higher and are receiving either of the following errors ‘Unable to verify Update iOS 11.1’ or ‘Stuck on OTA Update’ the following guide will take you through several steps you can use to fix the error.

  5. How to Hide Lock Screen Notification Previews on iOS 11. (iPhone X, 8, 7, 6, 5s)


    If you are new to iOS 11 or just haven’t really had the chance to browse all the new features since updating from iOS10. You may be interested to know that you can now fully hide the contents of all app notifications on your lock screen, preventing eavesdroppers getting a glimpse of what your notification contains. You can also configure your iPhone to only reveal lock screen notification contents when your fingerprint is sensed  (unlock not required).

  6. How to Disable Location Tracking on macOS High Sierra.


    Just as Microsoft Windows 10 has location services and tracking, so too does macOS High Sierra. Both operating systems use this information to provide useful location-based information for specific apps like Maps, Calendar, etc. If you find location services invasive and would rather disable them, this guide will show you how on macOS High Sierra.

  7. How to Put a Password on Notes on iOS 11.


    If you like to use the Notes app on your iPhone or iPad to jot down all sorts of information. This guide will show you how to enable password protection for any notes you have saved in the app, on any device currently running iOS 11.

  8. How to Fix iOS 11 Increased Battery Usage.


    If you have recently upgraded to iOS 11 and have noticed a massive spike in battery usage, you are not alone. Almost all iPhone users who have upgraded to iOS 11 have noticed poor battery performance, even on newer devices such as the iPhone 7. Thankfully, the battery drain problem on iOS 11 is easily fixed with some simple settings changes.

  9. How to Hide the Red Notification Numbers for Specific Apps on iOS 11.


    For the neat freaks and obsessives out there, having a clean, tidy, uncluttered workspace is super important. So much so that even a notification stack on your email or Snapchat icon can sometimes trigger feelings of untidiness. Thankfully, on iOS, there is a way to remove the red notification number associated with notifications or emails that haven’t yet been actioned.

  10. How to Enable and Disable Low Power Mode on iOS 11.


    As with most other smart devices on the market today, Apple iPhones come with a power saving mode called Low Power Mode. Traditionally this special power saving mode enables itself when you device reaches 20% remaining charge. If you’d like to make some changes to the way low power mode works on your device this article will guide you through the process.

  11. How to Setup and Use Apple TV Remote From the Control Center on iOS 11.


    The latest version of iOS, iOS 11 has added a ton of cool new features and changed the way we interact with a lot of old features we've become familiar with over the years. If you are having trouble trying to setup and use Apple TV Remote from your iPhone or iPad, this guide has a full rundown on the new IOS 11 Apple TV Setup.

  12. How to Hide the App Icons at the Bottom of iMessage on iOS 11.


    Introduced in iOS 11 in the name of convenience, the newly added icon row at the bottom of the iMessage window is something you are either going to love or hate. The new icons are supposed to allow you to more easily access apps, however, if you don’t use any of the items on the list or find it an eyesore this guide will show you how to quickly and easily remove them.

  13. Google to pay $1 billion to remain the default search engine for iOS?


    As Google gets intimidated by Microsoft's Bing, will the company pay $1 to remain the default search engine in iOS.

  14. iPhone 5S Hitting Shelves Mid-2013 After WWDC Unveiling


    Apple’s Asian suppliers are preparing for massive component orders as the Cupertino giant is engaging in a more fast-paced refresh cycle on the smartphone front. Taiwanese news outlets are reporting that Apple might roll out the iPhone 5S at ...

  15. Apple announces new iMac


    Today at it's special event Apple has announced a brand new super-thin version of its iMac desktop computer. The brand new all-in-one has edges that are just 5mm thick and switches to Intel's Ivy Bridge Core i5 and Core i7 processors. Screen sizes ...

  16. Apple announces 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display


    Today at its special event Apple has announced a 13-inch version of its MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Like the 15-inch model, the device comes with a redesigned slimmer chassis that is 20 percent thinner than the previous model. The standout ...

  17. Apple announces the iPad mini and iPad 4th generation


    The leaks started a few months back and today Apple finally pulled the cloth back on its smaller version of the iPad called the iPad mini. The device has a 7.9 inch display, 4:3 aspect ratio, lightning dock connector, and front and rear ...

  18. Goes Mac, 50 Games Available on Launch


    Mac fans rejoice as has just announced it is bringing some of the best titles in the gaming industry to OS X platform. Starting this moment, Mac users can choose any of the 50 titles made available for their platform by There's ...

  19. Apple Removes Safari Java Support


    Apple has finally decided to remove Java support from its Safari web browser, in an attempt to make the application a bit more secure and protect its users from getting exposed while browsing the web. The whole idea behind this decision is as ...

  20. Apple: Shield Your iPhone 5’s Camera to Avoid Lens Flare


    In a Support document posted online over the weekend, Apple acknowledges the widely-reported lens flare issue experienced by numerous iPhone 5 users in the wild. The article includes a few explanations about this type of camera behavior, as well as ...

  21. Stunning iPad Mini Renders Could Finally Show the Tablet’s Real Design


    After creating some of the most accurate iPhone 5 mockups ahead of its official unveiling, Gizmodo reader Martin Hajek is back with a bunch of iPad mini renderings that make a solid case for the upcoming tablet. If Apple ends up pursuing the ...

  22. iPad 4 Prototype Has Widescreen Display, Sources Say


    Apple is reportedly testing new iPad prototypes with displays that sport a 16:9 aspect ratio, which is commonly referred to as “widescreen.” The device is not the upcomong iPad mini, sources say. According to industry analyst Paul ...

  23. Apple’s A6 Processor Has a Triple-Core GPU


    Cupertino giant company Apple has just launched its new top-performing smartphone, the iPhone 5. We reported here about the development history of this new chip, but now the first clear architecture details have apparently surfaced the ...

  24. iPhone 5 Shatters Samsung Galaxy S III in Drop Test


    Android Authority got their hands on the device they love to hate - the Apple iPhone 5 - and carried out a series of drop tests from different heights. They did the same with the Samsung Galaxy S III to see which one fares better. The video ...

  25. iOS 6 has been released


    Today is launch day for iOS 6. This guide shows the eligibility for upgrade, times that it will be available, the new features, and how you can upgrade to it. Devices that are supported: iPhone 3GS iPhone 4 iPhone 4S iPod ...

  26. Office for Mac 2011 finally gets Retina display support


    In late July, Apple launched the Mountain Lion update for Mac OS X. At the time, Microsoft's official Office 2011 for Mac blog claimed that Mac version of its productivity software suit was "Mountain Lion ready". However, a number of people who use ...

  27. The real price of the iPhone 5: $207


    We all know Apple has a big profit margin on all of their devices and thanks to market research firm IHS iSuppli, we now know how much Apple pays for manufacturing the iPhone 5. The 16GB version of the recently launched mobile phone costs $207, ...

  28. iPhone 5 announced


    After months of speculation, Apple has announced its newest iPhone at a press event in San Francisco today. The features of the new iPhone match images and information leaked in recent months, including an elongated 4-inch screen with a 16:9 aspect ...

  29. Download the Official YouTube iOS App


    iOS 6 is just around the corner with dozens of new features, but it is also lacking one important service – YouTube. While users will be able to access the VOD service through Safari, the dedicated iOS YouTube app will be gone. Not if Google ...

  30. iPhone 5 Leaks Out of Foxconn Plant


    It was only a matter of time before someone got their mitts on a fully assembled iPhone 5, right out of a Foxconn production plant. The unit featured in the footage below is a working one, pre-installed with iOS 6. A tipster talking to Chinese ...