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Here is how to resize a photo on your Mac

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where your email with photo attachments get stuck in outbox because your photo is too large? If you have, we have to say that you are not the only one experiencing the issue. Luckily, on the Mac, there is a built-in application called Preview that allows you to resize your photos, making…







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Check out 6 things you can expect from Apple’s September 7 event

We are still six days from the iPhone 7 unveiling. Apple has recently sent out invites to its launch event that will take place on September 7. The next generation iPhone has been the subject of lots of rumors for months, and there is plenty we already know about Apple’s next iPhone. In this post, we will detail on what…







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How to delete the Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak from iPhone

Pangu has recently released the jailbreak tool for iOS 9.2- iOS 9.3.3. However, the jailbreak tool is now semi-tethered, which means that some tweaks and apps are not still compatible with the jailbreak version. However, what you hate the most about the Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9.2-iOS 9.3.3 is that it requires you to jailbreak every time you reboot your…







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How to skip iOS 9.3.5 and go straight to iOS 10

Apple has recently released an emergency update to fix the so-called “Trident” vulnerabilities. If you are not infected or you have never heard of this multiple-headed monster, we will explain what it is. Trident is collectively called the three zero-day vulnerabilities that attack a user’s phone “invisibly and silently”, and the worst part is that Trident remotely jailbreaks a user’s…







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How to turn on and use Summarize in Mac OS X

In Mac OS X, there are times when you receive lengthy documents or webpages, and you have no time to read through those documents. Luckily, there is an exciting feature built right into your Mac called Summarize that allows you to summarize lengthy documents. In reality, Summarize is a great feature that has existed in Mac for quite some time….







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Here is how you can turn on Night Mode in Twitter on iPhone or iPad

Twitter is one of the most used online social network services with more than 360 million monthly active users. Basically, Twitter allows its users to send and read tweets, short 140-character messages. Twitter has recently released its much-awaited feature called Night Mode. If you are now using an iPhone, Night Mode is not a new concept. But for many of…








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Here is how you can enable Bluetooth with a Keyboard or Mouse in Mac OS X

Normally, if you want to enable Bluetooth on your Mac, you need to use a Bluetooth mouse or keyboard. However, you may be wondering if you can activate Bluetooth on your Mac even when you don’t have a mouse or keyboard handy. Of course, you can. There are several workarounds that you can use to tackle that situation. In this…







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Here are five Spotlight Search tricks you may not know about in Mac OS X

Spotlight is a great feature on the Mac and iOS. Basically, the feature allows you to  search through many different files located on your Mac and other things like apps, images and more. Normally, when you look for something on your Mac, Spotlight will display the search results under category listings, making it easier for users to navigate quickly to…







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Here is how you can disable two-factor authentication for Apple ID

Two-factor authentication is a great feature that adds a new layer of security for your Apple ID. Basically, once you have enabled two-factor authentication, your account will be protected at the highest level of security. In other words, your private data can only be accessed on devices you trust like iPhone, iPad or Mac.  For many of us, this exciting…







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Here is how to reset Notes password on iPhone or iPad

The ability to password-protect notes is one of the biggest changes in iOS 9.3. The new feature was met with a virtual round of applause from all iOS users. Basically, password-protecting notes means that you offer a secondary security layer for your items stored within the app. However, there are times when this new feature becomes a cause of annoyance…







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How to fix Touch ID not working in the App Store problem

Touch ID is a great feature that adds a new level of security to your device. First introduced on the iPhone 5s back in 2013, Apple’s biometric reader has now become an essential part of all iPhone models. Like it or not, Touch ID is one of the most revolutionary technologies we have ever seen for the last few years….







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Here is how to turn a Standard account into an Admin account on Mac OS X

Creating multiple Mac user accounts is really useful if someone else wants to use your computer, or simply if you want to create a different account for work. Remember that no matter how many new user accounts you create on your Mac, these are just standard accounts. Basically, a standard Mac user account allows its user to have access to…







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Here is how you install and use WhatsApp on Mac

WhatsApp is a great app for iPhone and iPad users. Facebook-owned messaging app now has nearly one billion users worldwide, making it one of the most popular messaging services in the world. WhatsApp is now available for PC and Mac, which means that you now can enjoy the messaging experience right on your Mac. Basically, the desktop version of WhatsApp…