If you’re like me, you must be eagerly waiting to upgrade your Mac OS to its latest instalment – OS X 10.11 El Capitan. Like the three versions before, it is available for direct download from the Mac App Store. And like the two versions before it, the latest upgrade is also free! Read more
After more than 3 months of waiting (unless you signed up for the public beta), the new operating system for iPhone and iPad, iOS 9, is finally set to make a grand launch TONIGHT! Needless to say, we are very excited to play around with all the cool new features that iOS 9 is going to bring us.
However, we will discuss those later. Here we are going to talk about some serious stuff – making all your devices – iPhones, iPads and iPods – i0S 9 ready so that the updates go smoothly and you don’t lose any data or applications.
So grab your notepads to start jotting down some valuable to-dos before the big launch tonight. Read more
If you aren’t an Apple (or tech) freak, all these new Apple products along with their fancy specifications, like 3D Touch, Apple Pencil, etc., must be bewildering you. Worry not. We’ve broken down the entire 2-hour presentation into a short 2-min read just for you. Even better, we are talking in real world terms minus, the unnecessary technical jargons. Enjoy the read! Read more
If you haven’t already yet heard about it, ‘iTranslate’ – one of the best translation apps you can find – was updated about three weeks ago. The latest version, 8.4, has some nifty features, the most interesting one being the keyboard extension that can translate between more than 90 languages! Read more
There’s good news for people who use Microsoft Outlook on their iPhones and iPads. Turns out that you can now open all Office documents (Word, Excel and Powerpoint) directly from Outlook in their respective iOS apps. Microsoft made the announcement of these newly integrated features on August 21. Read more
For iPhone users, perhaps the biggest challenge is to get their battery to last throughout the day without having to charge it at least once. Most of us keep checking the battery meter with a frequency that borders on paranoia. As a self discovered solution, we have made a habit of ‘closing’ apps by swiping up on all the multitasking switcher believing that it makes the phone’s battery last longer. Well, it’s not true. Read more
This is what you’re probably going to say when you come to know about Siri’s new iOS 9 functionality. You want to look at pictures on your iPhone from a vacation in Thailand you took two years back? It’s easy. All you have to do is say, “Siri, show me photos from Thailand”. Siri will immediately show you a series of photos from that wonderful trip you are reminiscing about so fondly. Read more
I remember the day when bought my first iPhone. It was probably the best day of my life … and the worst!
Worst? Really? REALLY? Is that how I remember my first interaction with the iPhone? Read more
iPhone 6 and 6 Plus can rightfully boast of having the best smartphone camera (till iPhone 6S is launched in couple of months). Whoever isn’t convinced needs to take a look at Apple’s ‘Shot on iPhone 6’ campaign gallery. Both photo and video capabilities of the iPhone 6 camera are equally impressive; its slow motion videos look especially stunning. But this near perfect camera has a strange flaw, a flaw that can drive you crazy. Read more