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E3 2018: What to expect from this year’s gaming event

E3, the largest gaming event of the year, is just around the corner. Every year, big names in the industry showcase their latest gaming titles as well as new hardware products. Last year, Microsoft officially announced the Xbox One X, the world’s most powerful gaming console at the event. The Xbox One X has been available since November 2017, but…


Apple Watch slowing down? Here is how to speed it up

Apple Watch is one of the leading smartwatches out there, with millions of units sold every quarter. First introduced back in 2015, Apple Watch quickly became the top choice for smartwatches, beating out other rivals out there. Starting with Apple Watch Series 2, Apple finally turned its watch into a useful item, rather than a luxury device on your wrist….


9.7 inch iPad (2018) review: Affordable iPad with worthwhile upgrades

Apple’s iPad lineup has not seen a major change recently, which leaves users questioning the company’s ability to release an innovative tablet. We are expecting something new from Apple this year to refresh its iPad lineup. At this year’s education event, the Cupertino company officially unveiled a new 9.7 inch iPad following months of endless rumors. Basically, the new 9.7…


WWDC 2018: What we expect from Apple

WWDC is one of the biggest events Apple holds every year, where the Cupertino company announces updates headed to iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks. Last year, Apple introduced a lot of big things like HomePod Speaker, iMac Pro, improved Siri, multitasking features, 10.5 inch iPad Pro and a whole slew of iMessage features. This year’s WWDC event is expected to arrive…


10.5 inch iPad Pro review: Bigger screen and bigger power

The 10.5 inch iPad Pro is an iPad that we all need from the Cupertino Company this year. The new tablet is designed for those users who are looking for a smaller-screened iPad model with advanced features and stunning design. The brand new 10.5 inch iPad Pro is packed with the best of Apple’s hardware and technologies, like ProMotion display…


Macbook pro loud fan

Macbook Pro Fan Always On, Loud Or Not Working

If your Macbook Pro fan is always on, loud, not working, or experiencing other problems like invariable fan speed, or excessive noise, then there may be several things you can try to fix this. Macbook Pro Fan Always On A Macbook Pro fan should always be on. However it should not be excessively noisy or running at a high speed…


Save iPhone battery life

Save iPhone Battery Life

Battery life is really important if you are using an iPhone 5 or iPhone 6. With the increased number of features that come with every new iPhone, like increased pixel density screens, more powerful processors, and more demanding software applications, battery life is always at risk of being reduced with a new iPhone release. If you install the latest iOS…


How to Fix iPhone Charging Port

How to Fix iPhone Charging Port: 2015 Guide

If your iPhone 5, 5S, 5C or iPhone 6 won’t charge…the fix might be really simple. My iPhone 5, which is now over 2 years old, suddenly wouldn’t charge at all, using either my wall charger or the USB cable. I tried bending the cable, which sometimes helped, but this seemed like a very poor solution. So I wondered to myself…How…


Reset SMC Mac

How to Reset SMC on a Mac

If you’re having trouble with your Mac, and a PRAM reset hasn’t worked, you may need to try reset SMC (System Management Controller) on your Mac. Why you should Reset SMC on your Mac Fans —The computer’s fans run at high speed although the computer is not experiencing heavy usage and is properly ventilated. Lights — Keyboard backlight not working correctly,…


Reset PRAM on Mac

Reset PRAM on a Mac

If you’re having trouble with your Mac, resetting the PRAM might help. It is one of the most common troubleshooting techniques on the Mac. This article tells you how to reset the PRAM and also tells you more about what it is. Reset PRAM You can reset the PRAM by restarting your Mac and holding down the keyboard combination Command+Option+P+R….


MacBook Pro Memory

MacBook Pro Memory Corsair

The 2011 and 2012 MacBook Pros (non-retina) are compatible with up to 16GB memory (despite Apple’s claim that only 8GB is accepted), which can make a considerable difference in performance depending on your needs. The 2009 and 2010 MacBook and MacBook Pro are limited by Apple to 8GB memory. 8GB is acceptable for ordinary usage, such as email, Internet browsing,…


MacBook Pro Battery Life

MacBook Pro Battery Life

The batteries on newer MacBook Pros (MBP) are not removable by the user (although they can be removed by a certified Apple technician, or indeed by anyone after your warranty has expired). For the usable life of your Mac’s battery, it is worth spending some time trying to extend your Macbook Pro Battery Life and ensure you are charging and…