About Uzair Ghani



Uzair Ghani

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Editor-in-Chief, Random sense of humor. Apple, Microsoft and Google fanatic. Tweets casually on Twitter, give me a follow @UzairGhani.

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Uzair has blogged 383 post(s).

Posts by Uzair Ghani:

The following tutorial will help you fix Cydia Passcode boot loop issue after you have jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on iOS 8.x using the Pangu8 jailbreak tool. It is important to note that the current version of Cydia and Pangu8 are not ready for primetime yet and hence has lots of issues. Follow the guide only if you are an advance user and have prior knowledge of SSHing into an iOS device. Make sure you backup your data before starting.

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Pangu iOS 8 – 8.1 jailbreak is currently a Windows only affair, with a Mac OS X version due for a release at a later date. And if you happen to be a sole owner of a Mac, then you still have the option to jailbreak your device using Pangu8 for Windows, without even having a Windows PC. Want to learn more how it’s done? Simply follow us past the jump.

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Here’s a complete step by step guide on how to do a clean install of OS X Yosemite on your Mac. The final build of OS X Yosemite is now available for download with a huge range of Macs being supported. On paper, if your Mac can run Mavericks, then you’re eligible to install Yosemite, and that too for free.

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The moment we’ve all been waiting for is here: Apple has taken wraps off the new 27-inch iMac with Retina display. More details can be found right here after the fold!

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Sponsorship is a big deal when you’re a technology brand, and aligning yourself with the right people can be a game changer in the long run. That’s why Bose has signed a new marketing deal with the NFL, giving it access to the huge potential audience that could see its sales take off from where it’s already at presently. It’s also a deal that damages Bose’s competition, and that’s never a bad side effect to have.

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Posting an update to any social network – or sending out a plain old IM – without an emoji is considered a minor sin these days. And while iOS does feature a brilliant built-in emoji keyboard to get things done, but Apple’s implementation does lack a few things which this new third-party iOS 8 keyboard swiftly fulfills.

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Apple released the first beta of iOS 8.1 to developers just yesterday, and as we expected, it comes with a lot of minor changes that make up for a handful update over what is available publicly in the form of iOS 8.0.2. Here, we’ll run through all the changes in a neatly organized bulleted list.

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The iOS 8.0.1 update was released a while ago, and though it fixes a lot of lingering bugs, but the update is a nightmare for users who are in the ownership of an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, as it breaks cellular network capabilities of the devices along with Touch ID. But luckily, there’s a fix for those who have updated to iOS 8.0.1 and are left with a $650+ paperweight.

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The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are without a doubt Apple’s greatest smartphones to date, and with a thin profile of just 6.9 and 7.1mm, respectively, bringing these devices to life wasn’t a walk in the park. And Apple’s design and engineering team had to make use of very limited space to squeeze everything into one place, but that came with a trade-off, apparently, that might leave iPhone 6 Plus users thoroughly disgruntled.

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Apple has just published the opening weekend sales numbers for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and has set a new record, with 10 million iPhones being sold, collectively.

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Tomorrow is the big day when Apple will push the big red button after which the final release of iOS 8 will be available to all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users around the globe. And in order to prepare our readers for the big update, we’ve outlined a handy guide which will ensure that the whole process will go smoothly for everyone.

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Apple took the wraps off its smartwatch effort at its special media event alongside the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus earlier this week. Though the list of features which Apple showcased at the keynote itself were quite expansive, but with every passing moment, we’re learning more and more about the wearable before it eventually hits the shelves some time next year.

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The cat’s out of the bag, and Apple has made its new wearable device official, which is being dubbed as: Apple Watch. We have all the details and everything you need to know right after the break.

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The iPhone 6 is without a doubt the most leaked Apple smartphone to date, and you don’t have to place your bets on it to prove that fact wrong. And having been treated to a 7-minute long video review of the device itself over the weekend, we now have the complete set of tech. specs of Apple’s flagship that will adorn our pockets in the months to come.

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We’ve come across plenty of leaks in the past few days related to a brand new Lightning cable from Apple with a reversible USB connector, which is bound to ship with the new iPhone 6. But, if today’s new leak is to be believed, then a new Lightning cable won’t be the only thing that would ship with the Cupertino’s new smartphone.

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The weekend is finally here, and there’s no better way to kick it off by downloading a handful of great paid iPhone and iPad titles without spending a dime. And today we’re back with more such apps and games which have shed their usual price tags and are available to download for free.

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The iPhone is not the best smartphone around when it comes to battery life retention, and from time to time we’ve heard occasional reports that users are experiencing subpar battery life those in ownership of an iPhone 5. And today, the issue has been officially confirmed by Apple and the problem lies in the hardware of the device itself, and luckily you’re eligible for a free battery replacement, if you qualify for it.

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We’re back with yet another exciting feature of bringing you paid iPhone and iPad apps that have gone free over at the iTunes App Store. Today’s offerings include a bunch of great apps and an interesting 8-bit style game which will definitely get you hooked. To download and learn more about these apps, simply head past the jump!

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While IM services these days take a simple conversation a little beyond text – thanks to the addition of photos, videos and location – but adding something a little extra above the usual has always proven itself to be fruitful in some cases.

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Right on schedule, Apple has released the sixth Developer Preview of OS X Yosemite and is now available for immediate download. More details, and where to download it from can be found right here.

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