Apple updated macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS

By | 24/10/2016

Today Apple updated macOS for Macs, iOS for iPhones/iPads/iPods touch, watchOS for Apple Watches and tvOS for 4th generation Apple TV. List of version numbers of all these operating systems is at the bottom of this article. What’s new? Mostly it’s about bug fixes, but new features are available too. Don’t forget to backup all your data on… Read More »

NVidia announced cheap GPUs based on Pascal

By | 20/10/2016

NVidia officially announced the most cheapest GPUs of Pascal family – GTX 1050 and more-powered GTX 1050 Ti. These GPUs are first desktop GPUs powered by cores GP107 manufactured by Samsung with 14-nm FinFET technology. Older Pascal chips were equiped with 16nm FinFET technology manufactured by TSMC. These graphics cards should be available at 25. October. What’s the… Read More »

Image reverse “googling”

By | 03/10/2016

In this world of social networks, like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc., where we upload our personal photos or “selfies”, we may meet with steal of identity. Photos, like mentioned “selfies”, are very easy to download and to abuse. Someone may create fake profile with your photo and claim that it’s you. It may cause a lot of problems… Read More »

MacID – unlocking your Mac is magic

By | 02/10/2016

With macOS Sierra, Apple released new continuity feature – Auto Unlock. Basically, if you own Apple Watch and you are near your Mac, it will automatically log in to your Mac. Unfortunately, iPhones, iPads and iPods touch are not supported. But I found great app – MacID (my thanks to Federico Viticci from Macstories.net). Now you can unlock… Read More »

Document Provider & Picker in iOS

By | 01/10/2016

Working with files in Apple’s iOS is little strange. You don’t have a classic disk storage with all files like we know from other operating systems like desktop Windows, macOS, Linux or mobile Android and Windows 10 Mobile. Apps in iOS has its own storage where are documents stored – yea, your documents are in apps. Each supported… Read More »

Apple updated iOS

By | 26/09/2016

Apple released new version of its mobile operating system for iPhones, iPads and iPods touch, just 10 days after releasing iOS 10 to the public. This versions fixes bugs, like bug that caused the new Lightning EarPods designed for iPhone 7 and it’s Plus counterpart to stop working properly. Lightning EarPods timed out while listening music, so users… Read More »

Multitasking in iOS 10 on big iPad Pro

By | 26/09/2016

Since iOS 9 iPads got new feature – multitasking. Some multitasking features were included in older iOS versions, like switching between opened apps and notification services, but since iOS 9, you can display two apps on single screen and theoretically with Picture In Picture could be opened three apps on single screen. Multitasking in iOS 10 is same… Read More »

Apple released macOS Sierra

By | 20/09/2016

Apple today released final version of its operating system for Mac computers – macOS Sierra. Apple renamed “Mac OS X” to “OS X” since OS X Mountain Lion and since now it’s called “macOS” to better match another systems from Apple -> iOS + watchOS + tvOS. Codename is Sierra, so full name of operating system is “macOS… Read More »

Apple released iOS 10, watchOS 3 and tvOS 10

By | 13/09/2016

Apple just released final versions of operating systems for iPhones/iPads/iPods touch, Apple Watches and Apple TVs 4th generation. You can upgrade your iOS device over-the-air by going to Settings -> General -> Software update or via iTunes, including clean install. Operating system for Apple Watch, watchOS 3, can be downloaded through the dedicated Apple Watch app on the… Read More »

Bartender 2 – organize your menu bar apps!

By | 11/09/2016

One of iconic UI aspects of macOS is top menu. It’s shared by all apps, labels in top menu are dynamically changed by opened app. For example, if you open Safari (web browser), you will see app name “Safari” and next to it are menu items – “File”, “Edit”, “View”, “History”, “Bookmarks”, “Window” and “Help”. When you open… Read More »