Tag Archive: Shows


How to Download Apple TV+ Shows on iPhone & iPad

Are you an Apple TV+ subscriber looking to download your favorite shows and content onto your devices? You can easily download locally Apple TV+ shows to iPhone and iPad so that you can enjoy them offline, this is perfect for long trips, plane flights, train rides, or just posting up on your couch or in … Read More

How to Install VirtualBox in MacOS Mojave if Installation Fails or Shows Kernel Driver Errors

If you have attempted to install VirtualBox in macOS Mojave you may have noticed the installation sometimes fails with a generic “The installation failed” error message. Then, when trying to run VirtualBox you may experience another error saying “Kernel driver not installed” and VirtualBox fails to function. The reason for the installation failure and the … Read More

How to Disable Netflix Autoplay for Shows & Episodes

Netflix automatically plays the next show in a series thanks to a feature called autoplay, which, much as it sounds, automatically starts playing the next episode in a series when the prior show episode ends. If you’d like to disable Netflix autoplaying episodes, you can make a change in Netflix account settings to do so. … Read More

iPhone Shows Photos in Storage, But None on Device? Here’s Why!

Have you ever looked in the iPhone Storage section of your iOS Settings and discovered that the Photos section shows that it’s taking up storage space, but you don’t have any Photos in the Photos app? If you have deleted the photos from your iPhone but the iPhone Storage section shows that Photos are still … Read More

New Apple Commercial Shows Off Portrait Mode for iPhone 7 Plus

Apple is running a new iPhone 7 Plus commercial called “Take Mine”, the advertisement emphasizes the devices Portrait Mode camera feature. In the commercial, a girl is visiting a coastal Mediterranean town, and after taking a picture with Portrait mode on her iPhone she soon becomes the impromptu town photographer, snapping portrait mode pictures of … Read More

Apple Watch ad blitz shows off subtle superpowers

The Apple Watch maker has fired off a shotgun blast of new ads for its wearable device. The spots cover just about everything the smartwatch can do other than, you know, telling the time. And they even bring in a bit of star power to do it. Even cooler, all of the action takes place […]

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4K drone video shows how far Apple’s ‘spaceship’ campus has come

Apple celebrated its 40th birthday on Friday, and what better symbol is there to show Apple’s progress over four decades than a glimpse at the company’s gorgeous, James Bond supervillain-scale HQ? New aerial drone footage offers a 4K tour of how the enormous “spaceship” campus is coming together, complete with stunning comparisons between the site […]

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Google Maps shows you where Batman hangs his cape

Google Maps has rolled out something special for the premiere of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice this weekend: You can take a stroll around the film versions of Bruce Wayne’s house and Batman’s lair through Street View. The tour contains a lot of surprises for long-time Batfans who have been keeping cold on the […]

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iPhone 7 concept shows thintastic future without headphone jack

Designer Eric Huismann has an an awesome idea of what the iPhone 7 might be like. It’s one that supports recent rumors. Get ready, because if he concept design ever becomes reality, your next iPhone might be missing one crucial hardware feature: the headphone jack. Instead, he introduces the idea of wireless AirPods that connect to the […]

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11 awesome TV shows we couldn’t stop watching in 2015

2015 brought us a souped-up Apple TV, so it’s great news that the same year yielded plenty of high-quality entertainment to watch on the fourth-generation device. From tenured favorites like ’60s Madison Avenue masterpiece Mad Men to the arrival of smash hits like Mr. Robot, there was no shortage of great entertainment gracing our screens. In our […]

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