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How to Install & Update to iOS 10 Beta without Developer Account

Apple unveiled its latest mobile operating system, iOS 10, at the WWDC 2016 Keynote in San Francisco. iOS 10 brings with itself major new features and improvements including Lock screen widgets, Raise to Wake, smarter Siri, redesigned Apple Music and much more. Apple has already rolled out the first beta of iOS 10 to registered developers. If you’re a member of Apple’s Developer program then...

How to Remove Stock Apps from iOS 10 iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Up until iOS 9, Apple disallowed users from removing or hiding stock apps from the Home screen. With iOS 10, this restriction seems to have been removed as it is now possible to remove a select number of stock apps from your device with ease. By updating to iOS 10 beta, some built-in apps can be removed from the Home screen, and by removing any of these apps, you will also delete the user related data and...

What’s New in iOS 10: Revamped Lock Screen, Smarter Siri, Redesigned Apple Music and More

Apple finally took the wraps off iOS 10 today at the WWDC 2016 keynote held in Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The latest operating system brings with itself major new features that redefines the way you interact with your iOS device including a revamped Lock screen, redesigned Apple Music, smarter Siri and much more.   Revamped Lock Screen iOS 10 provides a whole new experience using...

How to fix Airdrop not working in iOS 9 on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Airdrop is a very useful feature that allows users to share files between compatible Apple devices. With it, you can share photos, videos, documents and other types of files between your iPhone, iPad, Mac and other Apple devices. Although Airdrop sounds like a pretty useful feature, it is very unreliable and fails to work most of the times. This is why we have compiled a list of solutions on how to get Airdrop...

Schedule Night Shift to Turn on Automatically on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

With the release of iOS 9.3, Apple introduced an interesting new feature called Night Shift. What this feature does is that it reduces the strain on your eyes, especially when you’re in a dark environment, by reducing the blue light emitted from your device and adjusting the colors on your screen to appear more warmer to make it more pleasant to the eyes. Night Shift can be enabled or disabled manually...

Apple’s Q2 2016 Earnings Released: A Disappointing March Quarter

Yesterday Apple released it’s Q2 earnings report of the fiscal year 2016 and it marks the first time in Apple’s history where they saw a decline in iPhone sales and total revenue. Apple reported a total revenue of $50.6 billion and a total profit $10.5 billion for January 2016 to March 2016 quarter. Comparing this with last year’s Q2 earnings: Revenue: $50.6 billion in 2016 vs. $58 billion...

iOS 9.3.2 Beta 3 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Released to Developers

Apple has just released iOS 9.3.2 beta 3 to registered developers, just a week after the second beta was rolled out to developers and public testers. This update appears to be smaller in size and brings minor changes compared to previous releases which saw the addition of Night Shift and Touch ID protection for notes. The update carries the build number 13F65 and can be installed by registered developers...

Chinese Government Agency Shut down iTunes Movies and iBook Store

Last week, users in China experienced a sudden loss of access to iTunes Movies and iBook store. It was later reported by New York Times that the stores have been shutdown by China’s government agency. Due to China’a policy of favouring it’s local manufacturers, it is very difficult for any foreign company, especially an American one, to run an outlet or service in the country. If any...

Apple Releases iOS 9.3.2 Beta 2 to Public Beta Testers

Yesterday, Apple released the second beta of iOS 9.3.2 to registered developers. Now, the firmware has been made available to public testers. This release comes just two weeks after Apple made the first beta of iOS 9.3.2 available to developers, which came with minor fixes and improvements. The new build doesn’t seem to come with any new features apart from notable performance improvements and bug fixes,...

How to check if Activation Lock is enabled or disabled for iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

Apple’s ‘Activation Lock’ tool helps users identify whether their iOS device are safely protected. It is an added feature in iCloud website that allows you to carry out such a task. When you enable Find My iPhone/iPad, the activation lock is enabled to protect your iOS device from any kind of misuse when it is stolen or lost. Activation lock ensures that datas/contents on your iPhone...