Why I stopped playing Real Racing 3?

I remember times of my first iPads. What about racing games? Some game with good graphics where I can control my car and to compete with other players? iPads are good for such games. I found very popular game called Real Racing 3. Yes, it was fun in the beginning, but later, it turned into disaster. It’s classic… Read More »

Apple updated watchOS

After update fixing FaceTime bug, there is another watchOS update. It was about improvements and bug fixes and also update introduces new Pride-themed ‌Apple Watch‌ faces that are designed to match this year’s Pride bands. To update your Apple Watch, go to General -> Software Update. To install the update, the ‌‌‌‌Apple Watch‌‌‌‌ needs to have at least… Read More »

Apple updated macOS, iOS, iPadOS and watchOS

I know, it’s very late, sorry. I’m ill (blood), but I promised to inform you about all updates about Apple’s operating systems, so here is another little update from me. Now Apple updated iOS, iPadOS, watchOS and also released supplemental update for macOS Catalina. All updates, except supplemental update for macOS Catalina, are mostly about FaceTime bugs with… Read More »

Apple updated macOS, iOS, iPadOS, watchOS and tvOS

As you may noticed, I recently “stopped” blogging, because I’m severely ill (not coronavirus, but something with blood), but I will try sometimes to post something. Now, Apple updated all of its operating systems, so another classic coverage of changes. Changes are pretty huge, so, as usual, backup all your important data to at least two safe places.… Read More »

Cortana will lose some features

Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana. Voice assistants are more and more popular, though I personally don’t use any of them, maybe with little exception of Siri as I’m an Apple user. To be honest, Apple’s Siri is behind any of main voice assistants. While companies usually add feature after feature, Microsoft will remove some… Read More »

Upcoming iOS 13.4 may allow you to restore your mobile devices without cables

Today, when you want to restore your iPhone or iPad to its box-fresh state, you need to connect your device with cable to computer. Apple Watches even did not allow you to do this – you can do factory reset and erase all your data from Apple Watch, but you can’t reinstall operating system. There is no user-accessible… Read More »

Wi-Fi in many devices is affected by serious vulnerability, please update

Every software or hardware we use is created by humans, so it may contain bugs, sometimes serious. Chips from Broadcom and Cypress Semiconductor are affected by serious vulnerability. It allows to to decrypt data sent wirelessly. This vulnerability got little strange name “KrØØk”. It mostly affects FullMAC WLAN chips, which are present in many iPhones, iPads, Macs, Amazon… Read More »