The updated Flight Simulator X from Dovetail Games has just been released on Steam and the game is already on sale available at an amazing 80 percent discount!



Continuity in OS X Yosemite is arguably one of the best features Apple has released in a long time creating a much needed synergy between its desktop and mobile platform. One such feature that allows you to take control of your iPhone through your Mac is the ability to make phone calls directly from OS X Yosemite. Traditionally these calls can be placed by going through your FaceTime contacts list, but a new app called DockPhone acts like a standalone phone app for your Mac allowing you to even dictate a number or contact to dial. More about it, after the jump.



Here’s how you can send and receive any file type using AirDrop in iOS 8 from your iPhone. Complete details can be found right after the jump.



Anyone who has ever owned an Apple TV will more than likely agree that it’s time for the company to introduce relatively major changes. Apple has historically referred to the Apple TV as a “hobby” project on more than one occasion, but with speculation mounting that third-party developers will see a dedicated Apple TV SDK sooner rather than later, it would appear that the set-top box has transcended beyond being just a lucrative hobby for Apple.



These are the 5 Apple products that the company will probably never make, and today, we as consumers, can only imagine such products coming out from the Cupertino company.



Here’s how you can enable iPhone silent mode and add exception for a few contacts. Complete details and step-by-step guide can be found here.



Facebook has released a new app for Android and iOS, named Stickered for Messenger. The aim of this small utility is to supplement Messenger app by allowing you to add stickers to photos before sharing via the company’s chat app.



Here are the best upcoming 2015 flagship smartphones you should look forward to in the first half of the year. Complete list can be found right here.



Ah, it’s that time again – the weekend – and we’re back with another sizeable list of paid apps gone free for iOS. There are more than a dozen in total this time around, worth a combined total of $35, so if you’re now low on cash after your pre-Christmas expenditure, then here’s a great opportunity for you to stock up on a few great titles.



iOS 8.1.2 download is out! Apple has rolled out iOS 8.1.2 both as OTA and direct download via iTunes for supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Changelog along with other details are as follows.



Messenger, and instant messaging in general, seems to be the focal point of Facebook’s recent endeavors. After the lofty purchase of WhatsApp – the most expensive mobile app ever created by some margin – the social company’s own client has been the subject of frequent updates, and today, the Menlo Park firm is integrating its FacePile infrastructure into its chat service.



The Galaxy S6 – Project Zero – has been teasing us with spec leaks for a while now, with appearances of the purported device on the famous AnTuTu benchmarking app, revealing its hardware package. However, we haven’t seen a proper photo with a good angle hinting at the design of Samsung’s next big phone, until maybe now, with photos of a unibody metal frame allegedly belonging to the Galaxy S6.



Here’s how you can add dual-SIM functionality to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with adapter. More details and video demo can be found right here.



iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus at the time of launch were a supply chain management nightmare for Apple, with demand and sales breaking earlier records at both home, and offshore. Over three months down the road after the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus debuted, shipping time estimates have been brought down to an impressive 1 business day in the United Sates from all carriers.



Here’s how you can speed up OS X Yosemite running on your older Mac. Complete details and what you need to follow can be found right here.



Here’s a speed test comparison between iOS 8.2 beta 3 and iOS 8.1.2 download running on iPhone. Complete details and video can be found right here after the jump.



Over the last few years the App Store has become such a crowded marketplace that it’s often extremely difficult to filter out the dreary mundane apps and find ones that really offer something unique and tangible.



Do you want to optimize your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus for one handed use? Here are some features and tweaks that will help you make the most of your iPhone 6 / 6 Plus while operating it with one hand.



Here’s a simple way on how you can replace the ’4G’ logo in your iPhone status bar with ‘LTE’. More details can be found after the jump.



Here’s how you can connect and use iPad as second monitor for Mac. More details and download link can be found right here.



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