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An Apple and iOS enthusiast, iOS app developer and general technology enthusiast. Developer of multiple Enterprise apps for Medical, Legal, Financial Investments and Print on Demand sectors. Amateur bodybuilder.


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The native Finder application is undeniably one of the most useful and widely used app which ships with Apple’s OS X platform. Finder provides access to almost anything, allowing files, folders and connected drives to be viewed and interacted with relative ease. With that said, given how useful Finder is, it’s also extremely infuriating with its Apple imposed limitation, which given the maturity of the app, seems to suggest complacency within Apple. For those Mac lovers out there who want something a little more powerful, allow us to introduce you to Commander One.

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Here’s a real-world speed test comparison between Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs OnePlus 2 vs LG G4 in a detailed video.

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Here’s how to check if your account data was leaked in the now infamous Ashley Madison hack. This service lets you know if the provided email address has been compromised or not.

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The existence of a large ‘iPad Pro’ has been discussed for quite some time now. It’s widely accepted that Apple is planning on adding to its existing iPad lineup by building and unveiling a larger ‘Pro’ model, that would be predominantly aimed at business consumers and educational institutes. We accept that the larger tablet is real, more so after the latest discovery of an iPad identifier in data logs, but when is it coming? Well, according to a new prediction by prolific predictor Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, the Pro version of Apple’s iPad will definitely enter into mass production before October ends.

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It is very rare that a large company offering a popular application or service can work on a substantial upgrade to that product without some of the information leaking into the public domain prior to release. Unfortunately for Parallels that’s exactly what happened last month, with the difference being that it was actually an internal leak that let the cat out of the bag. That said, the company’s latest iteration of its virtual machine software, Parallels Desktop 11, is now officially available for Mac OS X users.

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Apple is undeniably placing a lot of emphasis on the Apple Watch, and rightly so. Early indications suggest that the first iteration of the company’s “most personal product yet” has made an immediate impact with consumers, something which can only get better with the public release of watchOS 2 in the coming weeks. Like its other products, such as the iPhone and iPad, Apple prefers to maintain a certain level of control over what is and isn’t possible with its watch. Now, thanks to some internal tinkering by developer Hamza Sood, one of those Apple imposed limitations has been removed; that is the ability to add custom watch faces to the device.

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Samsung has been basking in acclamation over the last few days for the refreshed design that adorns its Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ handsets that were introduced last week. The beautiful, sleek visuals that are achieved with the perfectly engineered use of metal and glass is an undeniable improvement on the plastic phones that we have become accustomed to from Samsung. But how does this new build quality measure up against devices from competing manufacturers when dropped onto tiles and concrete blocks?

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Here’s how to enable and use desktop wallpaper Slideshow feature in Windows 10, even when on battery. Step by step instructions for this are detailed below.

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It’s only been a matter of days since Apple issued OS X Yosemite’s latest point release, version 10.10.5, which fixed a number of important security flaws but it looks as there is already additional woe for the Cupertino-based company to consider. On the back of that point release yet another vulnerability within OS X Yosemite has been discovered and made public, this time without actually informing Apple of the issue before allowing the currently unpatched issue to get into the public domain.

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It’s almost that time of year again when Apple puts together some of the biggest names in the music business for our listening pleasure. Apple’s annual iTunes Festival will make a reappearance next month with a solid lineup consisting of some of the biggest musical superstars currently operating today. The format and structure of the musical festival will remain consistent with previous years, with the exception of one big change; Apple has renamed it as the Apple Music Festival in homage to the recently launched Apple Music streaming service.

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Here’s how to download official Windows 10 Pro ISO file legally without needing any product key directly from Microsoft. More info on this is detailed in the post below.

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It’s official now. Google has announced that the next version 6.0 of Android, previously dubbed M, is called Marshmallow.

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It was approximately eight months ago that we first told you about the new iMods store that was under development. The Cydia alternative, which has garnered a lot of attention in the jailbreak community due to its functionality, has clearly come a long way since last year’s demonstration. Now, in an effort to promote the app and keep jailbreak lovers up to date with its development, the team behind iMods have released another video that shows the app in all of its glory.

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There hasn’t been any official word yet from Apple, but all indications are suggesting that the likely unveiling of the next-generation iPhone will take place in less than a month. The two new devices, which are expected to be launched under the iPhone 6s banner, are supposedly all set for a mid-September launch, and are predicted to be a huge success for the Cupertino based company. While we wait for the actual final reveal, and to see if the device falls in line with all of the rumors that we’ve been hearing, designer Vuk Nemanja Zoraja has released a sleek concept vision of what he believes an official Apple smartphone could look like, but perhaps by next year.

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Here’s a specs comparison between Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs Galaxy Note 4 vs Galaxy S6. If you’re in the market for a new Samsung Android device, which do you go for? This side-by-side specs comparison should help.

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Windows 10 KB3081438 update is now available to download to fix Windows Store app downloads getting stuck issue. Here’s how to get the update now.

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It looks as though the predicted refresh of Apple’s wireless keyboard will be happening sooner rather than later. Things may have been quiet on the accessory front since we told you about the updated wireless keyboard that appeared on the Czech Republic Apple Store for a short period of time. Now, it looks as though the game has been given away thanks to a number of new Apple accessories appearing in FCC listings, including what is thought to be a refreshed wireless keyboard as well as a new version of the company’s extremely popular Bluetooth enabled Magic Mouse.

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Instructions on how to disable or turn off automatic app updates for Windows 10 apps installed from Windows Store. This method works on Windows 10 Pro only. Windows 10 Home is not supported.

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Here’s how to restore your accidentally deleted iCloud files, contacts, calendars and reminders entries the easy way from iCloud.com.

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If you’ve been patiently waiting for the iPhone 6s with the hope of receiving an upgraded iPhone that’s packing significantly more power, then you might want to take the next few weeks to gear yourself up for a potential disappointment. A screenshot that is purported to be from a benchmark test ran directly on the iPhone 6s is currently doing the rounds on the Internet and reveals something that could ultimately be a major kick in the teeth for Apple fans; a relatively paltry 1GB of memory. Or to put it another way, the same amount of RAM as the current iPhone 6 model.

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