Showing posts with label How To. Show all posts
Showing posts with label How To. Show all posts
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Can iPhone Get Infected Malware on iOS 13?

Today we want to tell you more about malware on iPhone. WikiLeaks released information about CIA methods for hacking iOS devices. Apple said it has closed all vulnerabilities.  Can iPhone Get Infected Malware on iOS 13?
Wednesday, September 4, 2019

iPhone Virus: Can iPhone get infected with viruses or malware?

When it comes to the security of computers and mobile devices, anyone who knows a little bit about the topic, will tell you: Android is very easy to infect the virus, but the iPhone in this respect — the very reliability. But is it? Let's see! iPhone Virus: Can iPhone get infected with viruses or malware? How To Scan and Remove a Virus on iPhone?

Can Jailbreak Destroy Your iPhone?

Will Jailbreak break my iPhone? You may have heard some terrible stories about people who tried to hack their iPhone or iPad and ended up turning it into a useless brick. Although this could have happened in the very early days of the iPhone, it is now so difficult that it is simply impossible for any ordinary user.
Monday, August 12, 2019

Why won't macOS Catalina install on my Mac?

Contrary to Apple's promises to ensure the most stable operation of macOS Catalina on all compatible devices, regardless of generation, only a day after the release of the update on the Web, there were a lot of complaints about the failures brought by the current macOS Catalina version.

How To Install macOS Catalina Public Beta


Can I install macOS Catalina Public beta on my Mac? Yes. macOS Catalina 10.15 Public Beta is available for all macOS Catalina supported Macs.
Monday, July 1, 2019

How To Install iOS 13 Without Developer Account On Windows

How To Install iOS 13 Without Developer Account On Windows. Today we already told how to install iOS 13, if you have a Mac computer. Many asked how things are with devices on Windows, because Xcode 11 beta can not be downloaded for this operating system. Despite this, there is a solution, although it is much more complicated than in the case of macOS.
Friday, June 21, 2019

How to Use "Login With Apple" / "Sign in with Apple" on Apps or Website

Here you can find review of “Login with Apple”. This is a special button that allows an iOS 13 user to log in to the application by analogy with a Google, Twitter or Facebook account. In other words, you can log into this or that application using your Apple ID.

How To Install iOS 13 on iPhone, iPad

Here you can read comlete guide how to install iOS 13 on iPhone and iPad, make sure that your iPhone or iPad data is saved. You have two options: iTunes backup or iCloud. You must keep your files in a safe place. After you have backed up your data, you are ready to perform a secure iOS update. The procedure is simple.
Monday, June 3, 2019

Create a bootable USB for Mac OS Catalina


Here you can find complete guide how to install Mac OS Catalina and How Do I Create a bootable USB for Mac OS Catalina?

Most Popular macOS Catalina problems: How To Fix Issues in macOS Catalina


Most Popular macOS Catalina problems: How To Fix Issues in macOS Catalina. Apple has released its new product - a new macOS Catalina. Millions of owners decided not to wait and installed the new OS directly on their work computers. It is not surprising that many of them struck that they noticed that their computers began to work slowly right away. Today we will tell you how to correct this error and what to do if your Mac slows down.

How To Uninstall iOS 13 Beta + Return to iOS 12.3

Today you can read more how to uninstall iOS 13 beta and return to a stable iOS 12.3 on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Before installing a new iOS 13 beta, you should know that after installing a new iOS 13 beta, you can always return to the previous iOS 12.3.x version, but with certain restrictions
Monday, May 6, 2019

How to use iOS 13 Dark Theme on iPad Pro [VIDEO]

Apple iOS 13 will support a dark theme, functioning in the same way as it happens in macOS Mojave. When using the iOS 13 night mode, blackout will affect not only the iOS 13 interface, but also other compatible applications. This approach saves users from the need to include a iOS 13 dark theme separately in each application.
Saturday, May 4, 2019

How To Turn Off iCloud Automatic Backup


If you make iOS backup via iCloud, disable the iCloud automatic backup after performing the backup. This will stop any unnecessary backup made after your upgrade. This is an important step, as your initial iCloud backup may be overwritten by an incomplete or backed up phone in a failed state.

Monday, April 15, 2019

How To Record a Phone Call on iPhone Xs, Xr, X

Here you can read more how to record a phone call on iphone including new iPhone Xs, iPhone XS Max, iPhone Xr and iPhone X,
Thursday, April 11, 2019

How To Backup iPhone To iCloud

Here you can find complete guide How To Backup iPhone To iCloud on iOS 12, iOS 11, iOS 10.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Night Shift Mac - How to enable Night Mode in macOS

Here you can find complete guide how to enable Night Shift (Night Mode) in macOS.

Here is Task Manager Mac

Here is task manager mac OS Mojave. Many users after switching from a computer running Windows to Mac OS have a question - where is the task manager mac and how can I open it on MacBook? Mac owners know that the Ctrl + Alt + Del keyboard shortcut on Mac doesn't work.
Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Print Screen Mac: How to print screen on macOS Mojave


Print Screen Mac Keyboard: How to print screen on macOS Mojave.

Antivirus for Mac - Check your macOS Mojave for viruses

Here is Antivirus for Mac. Contrary to popular belief, Mac computers can also be infected with malware. There are a number of programs for checking Mac for malware. Here you can Check your macOS Mojave for viruses.

How to add (remove) programs for automatic launch when macOS is loaded


This post is for those who want some applications to open automatically when the Mac starts. This will save time and eliminate the need to repeat the same actions every time you start macOS. There are several ways to configure autoload applications. It is very easy to do and requires only a one-time setup.