Author: Tom

Lifelong introvert. Writer. Musicaholic. Future teen idol. Twitter nerd. Proud communicator. Gamer.

Is your MacBook giving you problems lately? Many times, these problems seem to reoccur the longer you use your MacBook. But do not worry, these problems are very common and almost happen to all of us MacBook users. Some minor things could be going wrong in your process of handling your device, and this could possibly be the reason for your persisting problems. This guide will help you through 5 of the most common and frequent problems MacBook users face. You’ll be through all your pesky problems, just follow this list. 5 MacBook Problems You Might be Facing Often and…

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We have all come across that near heart attack experience when our phones have slipped and crashed on the floor. Just the thought of it is enough to give a panic attack. In the 21st century phones are the most important gadgets. Calling them a gadget is an understatement they are part of a day to day life. And this being a fact we invest a lot of time energy and money on buying them. From searching on sites to referring to the youtube video is a hell of a lot of processes. We make sure the phone is updated…

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Oftentimes, we feel very annoyed when our favourite keeps on crashing from time to time. You’re just about to view that Private Story from your friend, and the screen displays “Unfortunately, Snapchat has stopped working” and “Snapchat keeps stopping”. Pretty infuriating, right? It is very easy to lose all semblance of thought at such a time. This is why it is very simple to overlook all the obvious solutions staring right in your face at these times. But you are not to blame, we get it. This is why we are here to help when Snapchat crashes on your phone.…

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Apple has introduced awesome privacy tools with the iOS 13 update. It seems like Apple is very serious about users privacy and security. With the new release of iOS, Apple ties to implement new and new security features to protect users privacy. In the new iOS 14, no app can access contacts, photos, location, etc personal information without your permission. Even cameras and microphones have the same settings when it comes to privacy. Apple has recently launched iOS 15 and as we expect, Apple has implemented Protect Mail Activity and App Privacy Report. Mail ProtectionApp Privacy Report Not just that…

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Announced way back at CES 2017, the Eve Extend from Eve Systems has yet to make its retail appearance as of yet. While the company has stayed quiet regarding its status, it is has become pretty apparent that device extenders for HomeKit hit a snag in the approval process by Apple, as Eve was not the only one to announce such as device. This may be changing soon though, with Eve submitting their device for FCC testing late last month. In the filing, the device itself is shown off, as well as the instruction manual, suggesting that its release may…

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Ikea’s FYRTUR AND KADRILJ Smart Blinds, which have pretty much had one of the strangest product rollouts in recent memory, look to be suffering from yet another setback, at least as far as HomeKit support goes. The blinds, which were announced at the beginning of the year have faced multiple delays, going from an anticipated Spring release, to eventually a fall product release, and they are just now becoming available for purchase online for those within the United States. Now, already up against a small window for shipping HomeKit support by the end of the year, Ikea’s UK Twitter support…

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A new HomeKit enabled smart plug has appeared this month in the FCC’s database with the name of the Popa F2 Smart Outlet. While yet another smart plug isn’t usually the biggest of news, some of the details behind it are, as HomeKit fans may already have a plug similar in their homes. The smart outlet, which appears to be from the same manufacturer (Foneric Electronics) behind VOCOlinc’s line of HomeKit accessories, and has essentially the same compact form factor and features of the SmartBar from the popular low-cost device maker. Popa F2 HomeKit Smart Outlet Digging for information surrounding…

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Home Flash, the attention-grabbing App by developer Matthew Corey, has received an update today, bringing it up to version 1.2. The App, which is designed to work with the existing HomeKit lighting already set up in your home, can “signal” those in a specific room or area by flashing the lights on and off with a simple tap or Siri command. This simple, yet, effective action has worked wonders in our testing, where audio cues to let someone know that they were needed to be failed, and only flashing the lights did the trick, making this one of our favorite HomeKit Apps. Home…

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The new iPhone 13, 13 Pro max, or Mini variations from Apple don’t come with headphones anymore. It is an eco-friendly initiative to reduce carbon imprint. It still leaves us in an unfavourable spot because now we have to shuffle through countless options available in the market. Don’t you worry! We understand that it can be a daunting task! Therefore, we have decided to wrap up a fantastic list of headphones available for the new iPhone series. These are future-proof additions and highly compatible. It has Bluetooth headphones, wired headphones with lightning connectors, noise cancellation headphones, and much more. All…

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Your search ends here! This is the complete guide to Factory Reset your iPhone properly. From backing up data to manually resetting, we cover every aspect. It also includes how you can remotely wipe data and reset your phone if you’ve lost it! Make sure to follow these steps from beginning to end. Because it covers every essential step. The article is divided into segments to ensure that you can always reset your iPhone. With that, let’s begin right off the bat! How To Factory Reset An iPhone 13/13 Pro/13 mini? Here is a step-by-step guide to reset your iPhone…

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