For most users, the iPad is fantastic just as it is. It's easy to use and there are myriad apps and content available to download from the App Store. But there are people who aren’t too happy with the restrictions that Apple imposes on how they can control and customize their device.
Apple’s continuous improvement of its operating systems will give us iOS 14 and other OS updates this September. These will be previewed and tested by developers come Apple’s WWDC on June 22, but here’s a quick peek at some of the new apps and features.
It is widely believed that Apple computers and devices are highly secure and can't be touched by malware and viruses. While there are fewer security threats to Macs, iPhones, and other Apple gadgets compared to Windows and Android machines, Apple devices are also vulnerable.
With its big launch just a few days away, macOS Catalina is creating quite a buzz in the world of computing. Many Mac users can’t wait to upgrade their devices to the next-gen operating system and enjoy its exciting new features. Here are some of the things you can expect from Catalina.
While the iPad and other Apple devices allow you to download and install literally millions of apps, they don’t exactly leave much room for customization. Jailbreaking lets you fully customize your iPad by enabling you to install third-party apps on your device.
macOS Catalina is the 16th major release of Apple’s operating system for Mac and Macbook. Set for rollout in late September 2019, it offers a raft of useful new features and improvements that will give users a better experience. Here’s a quick look at some of them.
Apple’s iOS has been through countless updates over the years. It’s hard to keep up with all the new features and settings, so we don’t blame you for feeling overwhelmed with how to set up a new iPad. Although every user has different preferences, there are at least five configurations most people can agree on.
iOS 12, Apple’s latest mobile software offering, is finally available, and it promises to be better at keeping your data locked down. Here are some tweaks that you can make to boost iOS 12’s security and privacy settings.
Set a stronger passcode
iOS 12 now requires six-digit passcodes, and this means hackers will have a harder time cracking your passcode through a brute force attack.
A decade ago, we could only imagine running a company on computers as thin as a wallet. But ever since Apple’s iPad emerged, employees can work on all sorts of productivity apps while they’re outside the office, conveniently and stylishly. Here are five ways your employees can enhance their mobile experience with iPad apps.
San Jose, California, recently hosted WWDC 2018. Apple’s engineers interacted with the developers in attendance, while everyone at the event got a sneak preview at the computer manufacturer’s upcoming products and software. Check out the highlights from the event right here!
A more personal, faster iOS 12
Apple has focused on improving the operating system’s performance so that iPads and iPhones become more responsive and work faster.