Tips & Guides
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
Mozilla has been trying to get on the iOS bandwagon for a very long time, and after the successful beta testing of the Firefox Browser, it’s finally been introduced in iPads and iPhones. But, here’s the catch – it’s only available in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and Austria for now. This limited release will allow the company to gather feedback and iron out any creases in the browser. Only then will it be made available to the rest of the world. Read more
Arguably, Apple’s ‘biggest’ announcement (pun intended) during the ‘Hey Siri’ event was the iPad Pro. This gigantic tablet is unquestionably aimed at the pro market, but its gorgeous screen and enviable accessories is luring many iPad Air users as well. I don’t blame you guys! This one is tough to resist.
So should you give into the temptation and empty your wallet for the iPad Pro? Or should you reason with yourself and go with the more logical iPad Air 2? Read on to find out. Read more
Tips & Guides
Apple overwhelmed the world with its action packed keynote on 9th Sep. The (almost) 13-inch iPad Pro, the (almost) $100
stylus pencil, the Apple Watch now available in rose gold and (poor man’s) gold, the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus featuring force touch 3D Touch … God! there’s a lot to digest here. That too from a single Apple event! 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
Remember Samsung’s ‘wall huggers’ ad campaign that poked fun at Apple users who were constantly on the look out for charging points? It made all Apple fans cringe, but we couldn’t disagree. Read more
Every year Apple introduces a new version of its beloved iPad. At times it’s a complete redesign (like the iPad Air); some years we get only an incremental upgrade (like the iPad Air 2); and on rare occasions there is a completely new addition to the lineup (like the iPad Mini). This year, unlike ever before, Apple is doing all three things together! Read more