Posts about Apple

So you bought an iPad – and it’s iCloud locked. Chances are you either got scammed by the seller, or you have bought a stolen device. If you are lucky, maybe the seller has just forgotten to remove his iCloud account from the device and in that case you’re safe. So let’s say you have…

It finally seems as though Apple Maps is beginning to catch up with, and push ahead of Google Maps. Apple Maps is getting enhanced data for parking spots as Parkopedia today announces a deal to provide Apple with its database of parking services worldwide. That means that Apple Maps is now gaining enhanced data for…

It has taken a very, very long time but finally jailbreakers will be happy to learn that the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 is finally here. Apple have grown to become much better at shutting out bugs and exploits which has only made the task of jailbreaking more difficult for hackers. It has been reported that…

According to the official Apple changelog, iOS 9.3.3¬†only contains minor bug fixes. It is likely the last version of iOS 9, since iOS 10 is less than three months away. Below are the direct download links for iOS 9.3.3 IPSW files used to update and restore your device via iTunes. A full list of previous…

Amazon Drive (previously known as Amazon Drive) was initially announced in 2011 and would try to squeeze in to a market already dominated by the likes of Dropbox, Apple iCloud, Google Drive and Microsoft One Drive. Amazon decided to bundle Amazon Drive with Amazon Prime, meaning that customers paying ¬£79 for the benefits of Amazon…

Vallie, the UK’s first on-demand valet parking service, is now available across central London for the first time from today. Customers are now able to use their on-demand parking services and simply drop off their cars at their destination of choice. A Vallie driver will meet the customer at the drop-off point and take the…

We’ve recently published a Beginner’s Guide to Pokemon Go, and users are beginning to notice that battery drain is an issue for playing the game on-the-go. A solution to this is to enable the built-in Battery Saver mode. This will reduce the power consumption of your device whilst the app is running. In order to…

Most people have at least heard of Pokemon – Nintendo’s popular title – which asks plays to travel a fictional world in order to collect every creature out there. Today’s release in the UK is an AR-based (Augmented-Reality-based) game which allows players to explore the real world to capture Pokemon! What is Pokemon Go? It…

“I will upgrade to the MacBook Pro 2016”, “I think Apple will launch it in 2016”, “It’ll be announced at WWDC 16 and shipped a few weeks later”, “Maybe they will do a quiet refresh on their website after WWDC blows over”, “WWDC is a developers conference and has nothing to do with hardware!”. As…

Kodi, the massively popular open-source home theatre software, has just released a new alpha version. Nicknamed “Krypton” after the home planet of one of the greatest superhero the world has ever seen; this version will come with default touch-enabled interface skins, a dramatically improved video player experience as well as a focus on making live…

Apple have released an update to the 12-inch Retina MacBook line, initially launched in 2015. With WWDC 16 only two months away, the silent update has seen hardware bumps in the low-end portable netbooks. Today, Apple released an update to the 12-inch Retina MacBook line with new Skylake processors – which have been available from…