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iPhone Screen Turned Black and White Suddenly?! Here’s the Fix

Have you ever discovered your iPhone to suddenly be black and white display? If this has happened to you, then seemingly out of the blue, the iPhone screen is no longer showing color, and instead everything is stuck in black and white mode. This is fairly unusual circumstance, but it can happen, and I recently … Read More

iPhone Not Sending Text Messages? Here’s How to Fix SMS

When an iPhone user sends a text message to a non-iPhone user like an Android phone, the message is sent through SMS, as is indicated by a green message bubble. Sending text messages by SMS is also the fallback when an iMessage doesn’t send for whatever reason. Typically transmitting an SMS text message is very … Read More

Here’s how Steve Jobs answered a question about government snooping in 1981

Apple turns 40 today and, while a lot has changed since the company’s early days, it seems that questions about government snooping have not. ABC News today released footage from a vintage interview in which a very young Steve Jobs debates computers on a 1981 episode of Nightline. In addition to trotting out his “bicycle […]

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Here’s how Siri might get to your desktop

Talking to your iPhone is commonplace these days, but getting Siri on your MacBook or iMac might seem like something out of a near-future like the one shown in Her by Spike Jones. Siri on the desktop might not be as far out as it seems, though, if a new partnership between speech recognition company […]

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Here’s an app to keep your hard drive humming and healthy [Deals]

If your hard drive takes a dive, it takes your computer along with it. Drive Genius 4 is an ideal and easy way to make sure your hard is running at peak performance, spotting potential problems early and even bringing it back from the dead in the event of a crash. Today you can get […]

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Here’s how Mac and iOS absolutely dominated the enterprise in 2015

Apple didn’t just see a standard year-over-year improvement in the enterprise market in 2015. iPhones, iPads and Macs all saw significant growth and adoption rates over the competition. JAMF Software published its annual survey for 2015 that reveals trends about Apple products and their role in the enterprise. The findings are excellent news for the folks […]

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Mysterious ‘snake’ Apple Watch error? Here’s what it means

Seven months after its launch, we appear to be seeing a previously unheard-of Apple Watch error, but we think we’ve figured out what it means. Wall Street Journal tech editor Joanna Stern brought the issue to attention on her Twitter account; the screen kind of looks like her Apple Watch had suddenly decided to play […]

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PSA: Here’s how to order your iPad Pro outside the U.S.

Update: The iPad Pro website has now been updated in the U.K. Let us know if you have any issues ordering in other non-U.S. countries. If so, it’s worth trying the mobile Apple Store app. The iPad Pro went on sale today in more than 40 countries, but things aren’t quite so straightforward if you […]

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Here’s how to get a new iPad for $0 down on T-Mobile

If you’ve been weighing the pros and cons of splurging on a new iPad, T-Mobile now has one more pro to add to your list. Through its Jump on Demand program, customers can get a 16GB iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 4 for $ 0 down. The iPad Air 2 will cost $ 26 per month […]

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Here’s how not to drown your massive iPhone collection

Although Apple hasn’t confirmed it, there have been rumblings that the new iPhone 6s is more water-resistant than its predecessors. So what better way to make a viral stress test video than to strap every iPhone ever made on a board, lower them into a tray of water, and observe the order in which they […]

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