Tag Archive: Versions


Logging In to Apple ID Two-Factor Authentication on Old iPhone & iOS Versions

As many users know, using Two-Factor authentication for an Apple ID provides an additional layer of security for your Apple and iCloud login by requiring a pin code to be entered from an approved device before the Apple ID can be accessed. But the two factor auth feature is really built for modern iOS versions, … Read More

Metal versions of classic iPhone ringtones will melt your face

The iPhone’s ‘Marimba’ ringtone has become one of the most common sounds you hear everyday, and if you’ve owned an iPhone for a while, it’s downright annoying. Sure, the ringtone is somehow able to distill Apple’s light and whimsical platform into just a few notes played on an African xylophone, but after nine years, the […]

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Pro Tip: Get full desktop versions of your favorite websites in iOS 9 Safari

Whereas most websites these days — Cult of Mac included — are responsive to whatever device you’re browsing on, there are still a few websites out there that will serve you a special mobile version when you head there on your iPhone. Unfortunately, sometimes the functionality of the full desktop version of the website is […]

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How to skip those skimpy mobile versions of websites

Using the mobile web is an uneven affair in terms of what you’ll see once your little blue progress bar slides across the page to let you know your page has loaded. Some sites give you a crippled version of the original, making sure you can’t find any information on them at all. Looking for […][Read More…]

How to Browse & Revert to Prior Versions of a File in Mac OS X

All modern releases of Mac OS X include a powerful built-in version control system that allows a user to revert to any previously saved version of a file or document, assuming the app supports the version revision feature. This ability is often overlooked by Mac users, but it can be a real lifesaver when you’ve … Read More

WWDC 2015 Starts June 8, New Versions of iOS & OS X Expected

Apple has announced their annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will take place June 8 through June 12 in San Francisco, California. Though WWDC is a developer centric conference, Apple typically unveils new versions of iOS and OS X on the first day of the event, making it notable for regular Apple product users as well. … Read More

Future versions of Windows could update like World of Warcraft

These days, Apple has one of the better cloud infrastructures in the world. Even so, the sheer demand for a new version of iOS or OS X on release day can bring Apple’s network to its knees. Apple’s servers simply…Read more ›

Downgrading iOS to previous versions might be a possibility again very soon

Back in the good old days of jailbreaking, the first step you made before you upgraded to the latest version of iOS was to plug your device into an app called TinyUmbrella and save your SHSH blobs. What are blobs?…Read more ›

New versions of Tweetbot for iPhone, iPad, and Mac are on the way

Many of us have been eagerly awaiting a new version of Tweetbot for iPad for quite a while now, as well as an updated version of Tweetbot for Mac. The wait seems like it’s drawing to a close though. Today,…Read more ›

AgileBits Reduces 1Password 4 For iOS As Dropbox Syncing Stops In Previous Versions

1Password-4AgileBits has today announced that 1Password 4 will be on sale for just $7.99 for a limited time. That’s 55% off its regular price tag, and the app’s cheapest price tag to date. But what’s the reason for the sale? Well, on September 1, Dropbox syncing will stop in 1Password 3 for iOS, and AgileBits […]

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