iOS Security: 3 Steps You Can Take Right Now

You may not think you’re important enough to hack, but sucks to be you if you’re hacked because you chose not to take these 3 simple steps for better iOS security

Recovery Mode To The Rescue

Recovery Mode To The Rescue

Since I know some of you are the Mobile Device Managers for your friends/family/household, and may have “forgetful users” who forget the passcode to their iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch, you can use this little trick to remove the passcode on your device by putting it in Recovery Mode

iOS 9.3 Activation Issues via BrothaTech

iOS 9.3 Activation Problems Plaguing Old School iPhone and iPad Owners

if you haven’t updated to iOS 9.3 yet, HOLD UP until Apple patches it. If you just couldn’t wait and are currently in the midst of iOS 9.3 activation problems, Apple has updated its support page that includes a fix until they can get everything straightened out.

Add IPhone Keyboard Shortcut For Frequently Used Emails via BrothaTech

Tip: Add iPhone Keyboard Shortcut For Frequently Used Emails

I can’t think of one thing I type more on my iPhone than email addresses. So I decided to take advantage of the iPhone text replacement feature to quickly enter frequently used email addresses.

CableJive dockStubz Pass Through Lightning Port Extender

We own a “right before Bluetooth in the car was normal” ride that I paid to install a 30-pin iPhone/iPod/iPad cable so we can listen to music from our iDevices. Since then, we have upgraded to Devices that use the 8-pin lightning port. Not a problem — I just purchased several 30-pin to Lightning port […]

8 Best Mac OS and iOS Features From The Apple WWDC Keynote

I’m glad I didn’t miss this year’s WWDC keynote because Apple has announced some pretty interesting features that many Apple enthusiasts like myself had on their wish-list for quite some time. There were a ton a features announced and since this is my blog, I’m going to you the run down of the features that I was most hyped about in addition to what I think you should know about.

New Apple iOS Blocks Concept – Best Of Three Worlds?

UX designer Jay Machalani has taken it upon himself to create an iOS Blocks concept that uses tricks from both Android widgets and Windows Phone Live Tiles. Does Apple have/need to take ques from Android and Windows Phone to stay on top? Or can they continue to iterate to provide the ideal mobile experience Apple users have grown accustomed to?

Hacker Alert: Your iPhone Could Be Held Hostage

Hackers are coming for your iPhone. Word on the street is that Apple’s iCloud service has been breached and is being used by a team of Dutch hackers to unlock stolen iDevices, in addition to remotely holding a user’s iPhone, iPad, and Mac hostage and will only unlock the device after a ransom is paid via PayPal.

[Video] Take A Look at iOS 7 On a 4.7 Inch iPhone 6

The folks over at 9to5 Mac couldn’t wait until Apple announced the new iPhone 6 in the fall to see what iOS 7 would look like on a larger screen. So they decided to “hack” a 4.7 inch Motorola X screen onto an mock iPhone 6 design and created a video to see the difference.

Switching Back To iOS From Android – It Just Works

Not sure if I just got bored and wanted to look at something new for a change, or I truly am a fanboy, but I’ve temporarily (or permanently) switched back to my iPhone 5 as my daily driver. I’ve been using my Samsung Galaxy S4 for quite some time and I must say the larger […]