Wallpaper Sunday. Part 118.

Hello everyone! How are you?

It is Sunday, and you all know what that means! This Sunday, I would like to return back to our good friends over at iPhone7Papers for the wallpapers! iPhone7Papers has been offering amazing wallpapers for quite some time now, and I am very glad to be able to feature them here on the website! Make sure to click the “Read More” tag to see the wallpapers! Continue reading “Wallpaper Sunday. Part 118.”


macOS High Sierra Developer Beta 2

Hello! Just a few days ago Apple released its second build of the High Sierra developer beta. Though, this update just consists of some small minor bug fixes and changes this update is aimed for more performance, to get more out of your Mac. High Sierra introduced several things which is listed below.

  • A new Apple File System that will change the way the Mac stores your data, as well as make copying files faster.
  • Improvements that will enhance 4K video playback (and reduce the space taken up by those videos).
  • The graphics capabilities will be improved, bringing VR to supported Macs.

There will also be performance improvements for the following applications as well.

  • Safari
  • Photos
  • Mail
  • Siri
  • iCloud
  • Spotlight
  • Notes
  • Messages
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Overall, the second beta is definitely meant for bug fixes and improvements with no new features that I have yet to notice myself. Until next time, have a wonderful day! 😎

Going Back to iOS 10

Hello everyone! How are you?

Recently, I decided I would run iOS 11 beta on my daily iPhone. Well, everything was going really good until, my activity stopped syncing in! This was not good at all, as I was working on achievements, and was so close to the one year of closing all of my rings! Since I knew my activity was going to stop working, I decided to back to iOS 10.3.2 and start over!  Continue reading “Going Back to iOS 10”

Snapchat’s new location-sharing Snap Map

Hello everyone! How are you? A few days ago, Snapchat updated their app with a brand new feature called Snap Map. The purpose of Snap Map is to go meet up with your friends in real life. I think it’s a bit gimmicky. I don’t think people will really remember about it a few weeks or months after the launch of it but maybe they will!

Snapchat seemed to take this from Apple’s Find My Friends, in a way.

Snap Map was based on Snapchat’s secret acquisition of social map app Zenly for $250 million to $350 million. Quite a hefty price for this new feature!

To open the map, pinch in on the Snapchat camera and you will be brought to the Snap Map. You can choose to share your location with certain friends, all of them, or go in ghost mode.

I’m interested in knowing what you think of Snapchat Snap Map!

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iOS 11 Developer Beta 2

Hello! Today I’ll be discussing the release of iOS 11 developer beta 2 which became available on Wednesday at 1PM PDT. The main aim for this beta were stability improvements, bug fixes, and just a few added features. Of course new bugs were introduced in this update but we’ll take a glance at that later. With this beta we suggest to only use it not on your daily device since this update is intended for developer use not public use.


So what are the new features in this beta? View the list below.

  • You can now remove the recents section of the Dock on iPad
  • New Flyover features in Apple Maps
  • Indoor maps for Apple Maps
  • Share Screenshots directly
  • ‘Press for Siri’ toggle now relocated to Settings → Siri
  • One-handed Keyboard preferences
  • Bolder Date on Calendar app icon
  • New Safari settings for Experimental Features
  • New long press tab options
  • Landscape Safari tab interface on smaller devices
  • Control Center Music widget now shows playback source
  • Do Not Disturb While Driving Control Center toggle now works
  • New DND While Driving preferences in Settings → DND
  • DND While Driving ‘Urgent’ feature
  • No text feedback when using Siri while DND While Driving enabled

I’m especially excited for the Do Not Disturb while driving toggle that has been added as an option to the control center! This was mentioned in Apples WWDC conference on June 5th as a major step forward for safety of their consumers while they are driving on the open road.

So with this update, some new bugs have been introduced. So far, I’ve encountered one in closing out of applications in the app switcher where if you swipe up to close and hit the home button, the app you closed is reopened, essentially creating a repeating loop. While there are several others this has been the only one I’ve personally experienced.

That’s about it for this update! I’ll keep this article updated if we find any more hidden features in this update. Until next time, peace! ✌️

iOS 11 Beta 2 Released to Developers

Hello everyone! How are you?

Apple has just released iOS 11 Beta 2 to developers!
Here is what is new in this beta:
-Do Not Disturb while Driving has been enabled as per the release notes
-A small redesign to the Control Center settings
-There is a new “Experimental Feature” inside the advanced Safari settings
-You can now turn off the recent apps on the iPad dock

Make sure to let us know of any changes you are able to find by posting to our Facebook and/or Twitter page! Have a great day everyone!

3 Cool Tech Deals (6/21-6/28)

Hello everyone! How are you? Here I have 3 cool tech deals to share with you all! Continue reading “3 Cool Tech Deals (6/21-6/28)”

OnePlus Launches the OnePlus 5

Hello everyone! How are you?

If you havent already heard, OnePlus just wrapped up their keynote on the OnePlus 5! Now, I have always been a fan of OnePlus, but I have never used one of their devices for more than 6 months. I think things might change with the OnePlus 5. This device looks very promising!  Continue reading “OnePlus Launches the OnePlus 5”

Irvue – The Best Wallpaper App for Mac

Hello everyone! How are you? I found what I believe is the best wallpaper app for macOS! Continue reading “Irvue – The Best Wallpaper App for Mac”

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