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  • iOS 10.2.1 Has Been Released To Fix Some Bugs

    iOS 10.2.1 Has Been Released To Fix Some Bugs

    Jan 24, 2017 08:22 am | Posted by dancy | Category: News.

    Apple has released iOS 10.2.1 officially to the public so as to fix some bugs and improve iOS system. Now you can update your iPhone or iPad to the newest iOS system via OTA.  It can also be downloaded and installed on iOS devices using iTunes on a Mac or PC.  The update is still […]

  • New features and bug fixes in iOS 9.2 beta 2

    New features and bug fixes in iOS 9.2 beta 2

    Nov 04, 2015 02:58 am | Posted by dancy | Category: News.

    The second iOS 9.2 beta has been seeded to the public developers, just one week after iOS 9.2 beta 1 was released. The new iOS 9.2 beta, build 13C5060d, is available as an over-the-air update and through the Apple Developer Center. In the iOS 9.2 beta 1, Apple did not give us too much information […]

  • Tips to switch and force-close apps on new Apple TV

    Tips to switch and force-close apps on new Apple TV

    Nov 03, 2015 02:51 am | Posted by dancy | Category: News.

    Last time, I have introduced some tips and tricks to help you better use Apple TV and today, I will share another new tips to help you to quickly switch and force-close apps on your new Apple TV. Multitasking on the new Apple TV is more iOS-like than ever, thanks to the inclusion of a new […]

  • Tips and tricks for new Apple TV

    Tips and tricks for new Apple TV

    Nov 02, 2015 02:35 am | Posted by dancy | Category: News.

    Apple has released Apple TV to the public and now, people in some countries have already had the chance to try out the fourth-generation device Apple TV. So how to better use the new Apple TV? Here, I have collected some tips and tricks to use Apple TV, from MacRumors. Apple TV settings General – […]

  • Apple stops signing with iOS 9.0.2 code after iOS 9.1 release

    Apple stops signing with iOS 9.0.2 code after iOS 9.1 release

    Oct 30, 2015 02:20 am | Posted by dancy | Category: News.

    Apple just stopped signing with iOS 9.0.2 code after iOS 9.1 was released last week, just to prohibit users from downgrading to the older operating system version. Yeah, in other words, you cannot downgrade to iOS 9.0.2 or older if you are not satisfied with iOS 9.1. So think twice if you want to upgrade to […]

  • Apple TV will be sold at Apple Store this Friday

    Apple TV will be sold at Apple Store this Friday

    Oct 29, 2015 05:28 am | Posted by dancy | Category: News.

    After iOS 9.1 was released, Apple has begun to pre-order Apple TV at Monday. Now, the good news is Apple TV will be sold at Apple store this Friday. Long ago, there is news that Apple will release new iOS 9.1 to be compatible with Apple TV and iPad Pro, now Apple TV comes out, […]

  • The first iOS 9.2 beta has been seeded to the developers

    The first iOS 9.2 beta has been seeded to the developers

    Oct 28, 2015 02:25 am | Posted by dancy | Category: News.

    Just a week after iOS 9.1 was officially released, Apple just seeded the first iOS 9.2 beta to the public developers for testing purposes. The iOS 9.2 beta is available for download immediately from the Apple Developer Center, and it’s likely a public beta will be available in the near future. When iOS 9.1 was released, […]

  • iFonebox offers a big discount for the upcoming Halloween

    iFonebox offers a big discount for the upcoming Halloween

    Oct 26, 2015 08:45 am | Posted by dancy | Category: News.

    Trick or treat? I need the treat. Great news. As Halloween in 2015 is approaching, in order to celebrate this festival with all of you, iFonebox has made a big discount for all of you. There are two versions for iFonebox: Windows version and Mac version. This time, you only need to pay $39.95 for […]

  • To force closing Apps doesn't make iPhone run faster

    To force closing Apps doesn't make iPhone run faster

    Oct 23, 2015 03:43 am | Posted by dancy | Category: News.

    Usually, when your iPhone or iPad is running slowly or stuck, most people mistakenly believe that it is because there are so many apps running which make iPhone or iPad run slow. Actually, this is not true, according to AppleInsider. Apple’s iOS platform does allow for intelligent multitasking, meaning some apps will operate or finish […]

  • iOS 9.1 has been released to the public with new features

    iOS 9.1 has been released to the public with new features

    Oct 22, 2015 01:38 am | Posted by dancy | Category: News.

    Apple released the new iOS 9.1 to the public officially, the third major update after iOS 9 release. Now you can download and update your iPhone or iPad to new iOS 9.1 via Settings > General > Software Update. Plus, it can also be obtained through iTunes on a Mac or PC. Unexpectedly, this time, iOS […]