The biggest change is going to be the revamping of Siri so far as we can tell for the new macOS Sierra. Sierra will now function without interrupting your work (unlike the iPhone which pauses whatever you're doing when you try to take advantage of Siri). You'll also be able to use Siri to search your indexed files like images, videos, and more without actually having to go to the web. You'll also be able to schedule appointments using Siri ...
How To: iPhone 6 Charging Port Replacement
Full disclosure: we're not responsible if you attempt this repair on your own and brick your device. That said, this is a cool video about replacing your iPhone 6 microphone. If you find yourself in need of this service, just stop by the Zombie Techs cell phone repair in Schaumburg and save yourself the trouble of attempting this repair on your own. It is more complicated than it looks, but if you're up to the ...
Big things are coming to the iPhone 7
Its been a rocky year for Apple as their profits tanked for the first time in 10 years memory but what many people have failed to realize is that Apple has begun working on an electric car and they've also upped research and development spending to it's highest levels ever. Take a look at this image found on Macrumors:
The most likely reason for this spending is that Apple is pivoting themselves away from being ...
Weird hack that makes your iPhone really fast
I discovered this weird hack while surfing around online and it seems to be working well. I've been using it for about 5 days now and haven't noticed any problems. The steps below in this video will help you do it the same way that I did.
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The iPhone 7 will have no headphone jack
Yes it's true, the iPhone 7 will not be featuring a headphone jack. We've made numerous reports about the subject so far as we eagerly anticipate the release of the iPhone 7. So what will the future look like with out our trusty 3.5mm jack technology?
The future of headphone audio is the lightning port.
Apple wants manufacturers to stand behind them in creating a digital music interface that will work off of the lightning port ...
Big money is about to flood the App Store
And nothing will be the same again. Monetizing a site can be done in a number of different ways, but monetizing a search engine can only be done in one way... stuff it with ads and paid searches. There was a time when Google used to be free and everything under the sun was searchable. Since science and advertising have taken their biggest ever leaps in history however, Google decided to open up ...
Apple TV is going to have a live access feature now.
The new feature is called "Live Tune-in" and it's designed to get you special access to live news and entertainment events. Part of Steve Job's vision was a more connected world that involves unifying users into a whole new platform or experience. The new Apple TV is designed to enhance usability and get users plugged in to share live events, like last night's democratic debates in New York for example. The ...
Walt Mossberg covers 40 years of Apple
Sit down with Walt Mossberg to cover Apple's evolution over the last 40 years. Walt starts by saying that Apple is quite possibly the most influential technology ever invented. He begins the video by covering some of the oldest Apple devices including the keyboard, the first Apple computers, and the iPod. One key observation to note is that Apple throughout time has always opted for simplified connectivity, but Apple is really behind so much more ...
DisplayMate is in love with the iPad Pro
For those who don't know, DisplayMate is a corporation built around evaluating and determining what should be the standards of excellence for image and picture quality. As it happens, they're in love with the new iPad Pro and say that the marks of a great tablet are "truly innovative and top performing displays." The iPad Pro even beats out top competitor displays like the Samsung Galaxy tablets (yes, all of them) and the Microsoft ...
Apple is giving users a Trash Can
Yes, it's been a long time coming. Based on reports found on AppAdvice, Apple has installed some preliminary code in their last update which will probably be completed in the next Apple software upgrade for iDevices. The picture below demonstrates that Apple will soon allow users to delete native iPhone apps that people prefer not to use. An example of this is the Game Center app for iPhone and iPad. It is unlikely that all ...