Apple today released iOS 11.4.1, the fifteenth update to the iOS 11 operating system. iOS 11.4.1 is a minor update that’s been introduced to address bugs that have been discovered since the launch of iOS 11.4. According to Apple’s release notes, the update fixes an issue that prevented some users from viewing the last known
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If you do not want to try out the iOS 12 or macOS Mojave, which are freshly released as beta, but to experience a small part of that iOS 12 or macOS Mojave through the use of official wallpapers, we have got the official wallpapers and you can download them from here. For macOS Mojave,
Apple just released iOS 11.4, the fourteenth update to the iOS 11 operating system. iOS 11.4 is an audio-focused update, introducing support for multi-room audio through a new protocol that supports multi-room audio on all AirPlay 2 enabled devices. iOS 11.4 is available on all eligible devices over-the-air in the Settings app. To access the
Apple released iOS 11.3.1, the first update to its 11.3 major update, which introduces a long list of new features, such as an improved augmented reality experience in third-party apps, changes to the native Messages experience and additional Animoji characters as well as the Battery Health feature. iOS 11.3.1 addressed the issue where touch input
Apple just introduced a (PRODUCT) RED edition of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, which will be available with 64GB or 256GB storage for the same $699-$849 and $799-$949 prices as the equivalent iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus models in space gray, silver, and gold. Notably, these gorgeous-looking phones mark Apple’s first-ever (RED)
DNS queries (IP addresses) are usually cached, some Mac users may need to occasionally reset their local DNS cache, typically because the Mac DNS settings have changed, or a particular name server or domain is cached and they need to flush existing DNS cache. Clearing (or “flushing”) cache refreshes this data. For instance, if you
Apple’s macOS is a secure operating system and at the heart of its security is your password: you will need this whenever you install new software or make serious changes to macOS, usually when logging in and sometimes when deleting important files. But what do you do if you’ve lost or forgotten the password, or
DFU stands for Device Firmware Update. DFU mode can help you get your phone back into working order, putting your iPhone into a state where it can still communicate with iTunes on Windows or Mac and be restored, but it won’t trip the bootloader or iOS, in case your software has become royally borked.
Like keys and pretty much every other item in your life, you can easily misplace your iPhone somewhere in your house. While you could normally just have a friend or someone call it, sometimes your iPhone ’s set to vibrate/silent, at that time, it can be a frustrating experience to try and find the misplaced iPhone.
MacOS has always been highly protected from being damaged by an average user’s inaccurate operations. By default, macOS hides critical system files and folders and it is impossible to access them. These are hidden for good reason: if hidden files were visible all the time, the chances will increase greatly that a user might accidentally delete