Ever wanted to see what an Automated home by Apple looks like?
This is a 30 minute video made by a guy who is in love with home automation. He says his house was built in the 1870's and he's got tons of homekit devices that he controls from his Apple gadgets. He starts the video by giving a software tour of some of the apps he uses to regulate all the different home automation devices he has and shows that they're broken down by room profiles within the apps. He adds that you don't have to use the manufacturer's app, you can also take advantage of the HomeKit app that comes built in with iOS10.
Triggers can be set up within the apps so that they activate certain settings when particular conditions are met. For example, if you want your ...
What is Blockchain Technology?
Blockchain technology is a beautiful thing. It is a software that uses a wide network of computers and servers as nodes along an infinitely expansible network. The nodes allow the verification of transactions to occur and be validated over and over and over again across a huge network. It's the same thing as if a guy (Bob) gives a girl (Sally) $1 and the whole world sees it happen and keeps a record of it. For this reason crypto-currency doesn't have to be backed by gold or silver or anything else. So long as the computers stay running, there is a trail of verifiable occurrences that any give transaction on the network has taken place. The beauty is that the verification can take place over and over again, building the credibility further of the transaction history. ...
Here's a few tips on saving battery power on your iPhone, iPad.
The battery is probably the worst part about the new iPhone 7 series of phones. I'm not particularly impressed with the battery life on any phones out there because I can't think of any phone that would last more than a day without a charge. That's why we're posting a video above for you including some tips on how to save battery power on your iPhone, iPad. There's a lot of ways you can disable simple software services that you're probably not using and gain back tons of power on your iPhone. The way your iPhone comes out of the box, it leaves a lot of Apps enabled that would normally be refreshing in the background and checking for new updates and new versions of apps. It turns ...
What is Drake doing in this video?
Drake's latest project "More Life" has been streamed more than 300 million times worldwide in its first week of release and set a record with 89.9 million streams within it's first 24 hours on Apple's new streaming service. According to the Verge, the album will fetch over 600 million streams worldwide which would also be a record for any single album. To put things into perspective, Ed Sheerhan's Divide picked up near 50 million streams in comparison and was considered to be the record buster album up to that time. Where Drake used to release his music through SoundCloud where he dominated the platform, he's now the single most popular artist on the new Beats 1 / Apple Music. His latest album is a crowning success on nearly a full decade through which Drake ...
Just how loyal are Apple Fans? The number is 92%
Morgan Stanley investment banking has recently done a survey to see how likely iPhone owners are to upgrade from their existing iPhone to the new iPhone 8. They found that the number of existing users which are "somewhat likely" or "extremely likely" to upgrade to the iPhone 8 when it comes out is 92%. We've all seen the lines of people waiting for Apple product releases and the iPhone 8 is expected to be no different. Even with all efforts from other major smartphone competitors and new Chinese competitors chomping at the bit to outperform the iPhone, most iPhone users swill stay with the iPhone 8.
An excerpt from Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty's research note distributed today:
It's our belief that a maturing installed base that is accustomed to iOS and ...
Will the new FBI Director make your iPhone Hackable?
In light of the recent firing of FBI Director James Comey, Apple enthusiasts around the world are very concerned that the next FBI Director will be seeking a "backdoor key" for getting into hundreds of millions of iPhones. Before James Comey was in the news recently over his firing by President Donald Trump, he was most well-recognized for testifying on behalf of the FBI in trying to get Apple to write a back door code to allow them to get into people's iPhones. Specifically they FBI wanted to get into the iPhone of the terrorist couple who shot up San Bernardino last year, but undoubtedly the tool would open "hundreds of millions of locks" as it was said by Apple CEO Tim Cook in an interview found below. If you recall ...
Apple to release 3 iPhone 8 models all at once in 2017
Coming in later this year, Apple will release 3 different models of their upcoming iPhone 8. There's going to be a lot of changes to the outward appearance of the phone. Firstly, notice in the picture above that there is no home button on the surface of the iPhone 8. That's because the iPhone 8 is going to be a full glass surface for it's body with finger print recognition technology embedded throughout. That's going to make cracked screen repairs a lot fast presumably when they break. The glass screen will go edge to edge and will have a new and specially developed OLED screen made by the same company that manufactures screens for Samsung. Samsung Note series last year was touted to have the highest quality screen ...
OLED iPhone 8 with a curved display and touch-sensitive tech
It's almost the end of a really tough year 2016. Wouldn't it be funny if you got to New Years Eve and instead of starting 2017 we go into 2016 S? That's a little bit what it felt like when users got their hands on the new iPhone 7. We know that Apple was super busy working on all new technologies including dual-cameras, a new touch button & fingerprint scanner. The new iPhone 7 however left many users wanting and made many techies feel depraved of new technologies that are already appearing in Samsung and Google phones. So what can we expect from the next iPhone?
Looking at the direction Apple has taken with their most recent launches, we'll most likely see several iPhone models debut all at once. I think ...
The new iPhone 7 is here – what can you expect to get if you take the plunge? The 7 includes an improved camera, increased water resistance and changes to the way you listen to music and media on your phone.
The newest version of the iPhone has a striking resemblance to the 6 but there are some upgrades waiting for new users. The iPhone 7 is designed to have increased water resistance, which may not seem like a big deal at the point of purchase, but which anyone caught in a rainstorm will appreciate.
The home button is different and has been incorporated into a touch panel, which may take some getting used to for existing iPhone users used to a separate and distinct button to push. The screen and touch technology are the same as the iPhone 6; ...
New features of iOS10 for iPhone and iPad
Everyone in the tech community is talking about iOS10 and for good reason. iOS10 is one of the biggest overhauls for Apple's mobile operating system ever. The lock screen is changed, messages have changed, and now there's split view coming to iPad and iPhone as well. Check out the video below to see all the neat new features that are going to be standard in iOS 10.
Unsubscribe: Apple will now have a built-in feature allowing you to unsubscribe from e-mails without having to search the whole e-mail to find a small unsubscribe link.
Voicemail Transcriptions: In the new iOS10 you'll be able to see your voicemails in the form of readable texts. So if somebody calls you and leaves a voice message, Apple will interpret what that person is saying and send you ...