How To Stop iOS From Connecting to Unwanted Wi-Fi Networks

How To Stop iOS From Connecting to Unwanted Wi-Fi Networks
With the recent security flaw in iOS that affected users connecting to public Wi-Fi, it brought to light the issues with connecting to any Wi-Fi network you can find. If you connected to a network on purpose or even by mistake and now you don’t want to be on it anymore, the simple fix is Read more…

iOS 7.0.5 Released to Fix Network Issues in China

iOS update
The Apple iPhone may not be THE smartphone to have in China, but it does have a presence in the country, and it seems that Chinese users of the iPhone have been experiencing some network issues. In particular, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C have been reported to encounter problems related to the network when Read more…

Chrome Apps Come to iOS

Chrome apps
Last year, on the 5th birthday of Chrome, Google unveiled a new breed of Chrome Apps for the desktop. These apps were made available to all platforms, although Mac was initially excluded. They did make a difference, though, highlighting the following features: Work offline More app, less Chrome Connect to the cloud Stay up-to-speed Play Read more…

Nintendo Android and iOS Demo Games Coming Soon!

Nintendo
Demo is the operative word, but boy oh, boy! Old school gamers who are on iOS (and Android) are going to have a blast in the very near future. Source Nintendo is now touching the mobile gaming sector – mobile as in phones and tablets – with their push to provide classic games to iOS Read more…

80% of iOS Devices Now Running iOS 7

80% of iOS Devices Now Running iOS 7
Apple’s earnings call has been the focus of tech enthusiasts and pundits, with every little detail being highlighted. Under the scrutiny of careful eyes – and ears – the call has offered up so much information that one wonders how Apple can keep a secret at all. Then again, we can’t discount the fact that Read more…

Why Android Still Can’t Dominate iOS: 4 Areas Where the Android OS Falls Short

Android OS
The Android OS has actually outsold Apple’s iPhone as of early 2013, due in part because of its existence on many phones across several companies. Source Though even if you ignore that numerical advantage, the Android OS has consistently been a strong competitor to the iPhone OS, often being touted and even preferred by a Read more…

Keynote Remote to Be Discontinued

Keynote for iOS
Death by PowerPoint is such a common occurrence, although it’s the kind of death that involves neverending torment – neverending at least until the presentation comes to a close. One has to admit that Keynote does make for a more pleasant presentation-viewing experience – if the creator has a decent sense of design, I guess. Read more…

iOS 7′s “White Screen of Death” to Get a Fix

iOS 7
Ever seen that happen out of the blue to your iPhone (or iPad) running on iOS 7? Back in November, Hiten Shah shared his own experience succinctly on Twitter (how else can you share on that platform, anyway?). The “blue screen of death” has long been a bane to Windows users, and that tweet does not Read more…

iOS 7.1 Beta 4 Released to Developers

iOS 7.1 beta 4
If you’ve got a developer account even if you’re not a developer, and you’ve got the itch to be ahead of everyone else, here’s something to scratch that itch: Apple iOS 7.1 Beta 4. Source If you’ve have a bad experience with beta versions (like I did, when I kinda bricked my iPad due to Read more…

How to Merge Duplicate Contacts on Your iPhone

duplicate contacts search
Contacts on the iPhone are used for everything from phone calls, to text messages, to email, to social media like Twitter and Facebook. With all this integration and so many apps using your contacts, it’s pretty easy to get duplicate contacts. While these are an inevitability when dealing with mobile devices, until recently you had Read more…