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The Apple iOS 9.3 Update
January 12, 2016

The Apple iOS 9.3 Update

Although Apple still haven’t finished their iOS 9.2.1 update, they have revealed to MacRumours what the iOS 9.3 update will include. Supposedly one of the biggest updates Apple will roll out, the iOS 9.3 beta includes a new Night Shift feature as well as improvements on existing apps like Siri, Notes, and Apple News.   Notes The… Read full article

Here’s what we already know about the iPhone 7
December 02, 2015

Here’s what we already know about the iPhone 7

It’s more than likely that it’s going to have a new look   Apple always sticks by the same release strategy. One year the iPhone gets a big redesign and a new number (iPhone 4, 5, 6) and the next, it gets revamped and a new feature or two, and an S gets appended to… Read full article

Quick and simple tips that will speed up your Apple Mac
September 24, 2015

Quick and simple tips that will speed up your Apple Mac

Update apps Most of us are guilty of only updating our apps once our Mac has told us that they need updating, but we should be checking regularly for any updates. If you are using anything that isn’t the latest version it will run slower than it should. The Mac App store that was introduced… Read full article

New features of Apple’s iOS 9 you haven’t noticed
September 17, 2015

New features of Apple’s iOS 9 you haven’t noticed

Low Power Mode When your battery is hovering around 20%, your phone will ask you if you want to enable “Low Power Mode”. If you do, it will disable background app refresh, mail fetch,  automatic downloads, and a few other things that may save some battery. Once you plug it back in and have charged it a bit,… Read full article

Apple’s September 9th big event: iPhone 6S, iPad Pro, Apple TV and more
September 10, 2015

Apple’s September 9th big event: iPhone 6S, iPad Pro, Apple TV and more

The 2015 iPhones, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, were unveiled by Apple yesterday (September 9th) at their yearly event. The design is pretty much identical to the previous iPhone 6, although there is now a new rose gold colour. The iPhone will sport a 64-bit A9 chip, faster Wi-Fi, and a Touch ID… Read full article

Will Apple’s iPhone 7 be the first to get rid of the physical SIM card?
July 20, 2015

Will Apple’s iPhone 7 be the first to get rid of the physical SIM card?

Soon you may be able to say goodbye to those annoying pieces of plastic that your phone is practically useless if you lose. Apple, Samsung, and others are close to agreeing on a common architecture standard for an electronic SIM card (e-SIM), so there would be no physical SIM card for mobile phones or tablets…. Read full article

What is Apple Pay? How do I set it up? How do I add my card?
July 15, 2015

What is Apple Pay? How do I set it up? How do I add my card?

As of yesterday, July 14th, 2015, British businesses will be able to take payments using Apple Pay. It is a contactless system where customers are able to hold up their iPhone 6/6 Plus or Apple Watch to a card reader to pay for their items. Currently, it is only able to make transactions of up… Read full article

What do we know about the next iPhone?
June 24, 2015

What do we know about the next iPhone?

Although we won’t know exactly what is in store for Apple’s next iPhone until September (exact date is rumoured to be September 25th), we do already know about a few things that we are likely to be getting. It appears Apple will be focusing more on improving the iPhone’s features rather than its appearance. But what… Read full article

Apple Are Building a Newsroom Accessible From Your Device
June 16, 2015

Apple Are Building a Newsroom Accessible From Your Device

Apple have posted a new job listing for editors for Apple News. Apple News is a new Flipboard-like app that will display stories from publications like Wired, The New York Times, and BuzzFeed. This will be included in the software update iOS 9 this Autumn. Apple’s job requirements are as follows: an academic background in journalism, at least five years… Read full article

Google Chrome Is Soon To Be Easier On Your Apple Mac’s Battery
June 15, 2015

Google Chrome Is Soon To Be Easier On Your Apple Mac’s Battery

One great advantage of the web browser Safari has over most of the competition – using it as your browser can have a significant positive impact in terms of battery life on portable Macs. To try to get more Mac users, Google is hoping to close that gap with upcoming changes to Chrome. Per senior Chrome engineer… Read full article

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