Just like humans and animals, gadgets also age. Most, if not all, computers start to slow down after a couple of years. It’s not just the age that affects your computers this way but also how you use them in the first place. You’ll notice that your Mac might be starting to boot much slower […]
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Listening to music is different when you’re using speakers and when you’re using headphones. The sound quality, plus the noise reduction, is elevated when you’re using headphones. However, depending on the design of the headphones, it can get uncomfortable wearing them for long periods of time. If you’re looking for the most comfortable headphones for […]
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For people who hit the snooze button more times than you can count – FreakyAlarm just might be what you need. This alarm clock app is like no other as it will force you to clear that sleep-fogged brain of yours before it stops nagging you to wake up.
What would you do if the sound on your Mac suddenly stops working? First of all, don’t panic. There are several reasons why this happens and the solutions are fairly easy. Before you dive into all the possible issues and fixes, you have to check a few things first:
There are several essential Apple mobile application development technologies to improve your iOS programming pipeline. Apple currently offers an abundance of advanced tools, resources, and programs that have revolutionized the mobile app development process. Advanced, highly capable development technologies improve your pipeline flexibility while accelerating and simplifying app configuration.
While MacBooks are already designed with great speakers that produce crisp sounds, you can always use an upgrade. The built-in speakers may sometimes not be enough to produce loud volumes. In addition, listening to lossless music might require speakers that can provide high-quality audio and bass controls for you to fully appreciate it. If you’re […]
Among the most common problems you might encounter if you own an iPhone is random restarting. There’s a number of reasons why this happens such as a bad update, unstable driver, and hardware problems. Your iPhone can keep restarting either intermittently or continuously. The solution to this constant rebooting varies depending on the situation.
I am going to assume you are reading this article because you already know what an APFS file system is. That is why I am not going to explain what it is or how it works so I can concentrate on the main purpose of this blog post. I will point out that APFS is […]
One of the most popular products of Apple today is the AirPods Pro. Because it comes with a hefty price, most owners opt to buy a case to protect these babies. Not only does a case protect your AirPods Pro from scratches and dents, but it also adds to the overall style of your AirPods […]
Has this happened to you? You’re using your MacBook just like you normally do, but then it suddenly restarts on its own. If it’s only happened once or twice, you probably didn’t mind as long as it functioned as normal after rebooting. But what if it keeps restarting for no apparent reason? If your MacBook […]
If your iPhone or iPad suddenly freezes up while you’re using it, what do you do? What happens if your device stops working all of a sudden while undergoing a software update? First off, don’t panic. There are several reasons why this could happen and one of the solutions to this is putting your iPhone […]
Knowing how expensive MacBook Pros are, it’s only natural to want to know if it’s worth the price. Shelling out a lot of money for a product that won’t last that long is money wasted. You’re not just paying for the MacBook Pros’ features, you’re also paying for its longevity. What’s the point of getting […]
As a true Apple fan, you would know about Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) that’s held on a yearly basis. For this year, it was a digital-only event due to the global pandemic. Everyone was free to watch or “attend” the virtual WWDC event, which began on June 22.