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Enjoy 25 Gorgeous New MacOS Mojave Wallpapers

The latest version of macOS Mojave includes some beautiful new wallpapers of desert scenery, flowers, and abstractions, but you don’t need to install macOS Mojave beta or be running macOS Mojave to be able to enjoy the lovely images, and the wallpapers look fantastic on any other Mac, Windows PC, iPhone, iPad, Android device, Linux … Read More

How to Reinstall Steam Games on Mac (and Windows / Linux too)

If you have previously uninstalled Steam games from your computer to free up disk space or remove a distraction, you may eventually decide you want to reinstall the games that you had previously deleted. Or perhaps you have a game in your Steam library that you haven’t installed onto a new computer, but you want … Read More

How to Customize Control Center on iPhone and iPad

iPhone and iPad users can now customize Control Center to better suit their needs. For example, if you frequently use Voice Memos, Notes app, Stopwatch, Magnifier, or the Alarm feature, you can add those to Control Center for ultra-fast access from anywhere in iOS. Or if you never use the Flashlight feature or Camera via … Read More

How to Make iPhone Speaker Louder Sounding with EQ Settings

The built-in iPhone speaker is fairly loud as is, but if you want your iPhone speaker to sound even louder than you’ll likely enjoy this tip. By adjusting iOS Music equalizer settings, you can boost the sound output volume of music playing from the iPhone (or iPad and iPod touch) speakers, giving the impression of … Read More

Yes You Can Install iOS 12 Beta Right Now, But Don’t

The anticipation for iOS 12 is high for many iPhone and iPad owners, and with iOS 12 developer beta out in the wild, many people may be tempted to install iOS 12 beta onto their devices right now. Installing the iOS 12 developer beta is possible, but ultimately you shouldn’t. If you’re that interested in … Read More

How to Protect Against Meltdown & Spectre Security Flaws

Two major security flaws have been found in modern computer processors, potentially impacting nearly all modern computers in the world. All Macs and iOS devices along with most Windows PC and Android devices are potentially susceptible to the critical security flaws, named Meltdown and Spectre. Theoretically, the vulnerabilities could be used to gain unauthorized access … Read More

How to Enable “Type to Siri” on Mac

While Siri is perhaps best known as the voice assistant bundled on modern Macintosh computers and iOS devices, Siri can also be interacted with by typing out good old text commands. By enabling Type to Siri on the Mac, you can use Siri sort of like a text based virtual assistant, where typing out “set … Read More

How to Check Uptime of iPhone or iPad to See When Last Booted

Uptime determines how long a computer or iOS device has been turned on for, or at least when the hardware was last booted or rebooted. On a unix machine or any Mac, you can check uptime with the uptime command or system System Information, but the iPhone and iPad has no such mechanism for seeing … Read More

MacOS Mojave Announced, Checkout the New Features

Apple has announced the next version of Mac OS system software, dubbed macOS Mojave. MacOS Mojave includes a variety of new exciting features like Dark Mode, new adjustments to the Finder, improvements to screenshots, an all new redesigned Mac App Store, and more. Let’s take a quick look at some of the new features coming … Read More

macOS Mojave Developer Beta 2 Download Released

Apple has released the second developer beta version of macOS Mojave 10.14 for Mac users participating in the Mac OS beta system software testing program. MacOS Mojave developer beta 2 is available to download now for any user currently running macOS Mojave developer beta 1 on a compatible Mac. A public beta release of macOS … Read More