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OS X Yosemite vs iOS 8 Adoption: A Lot Ahead, A Little Ahead

| October 25, 2014

While iOS 8 adoption looks a little anemic compared to last year’s iOS 7, OS X Yosemite buy is high. In fact, the view from Tim Cook’s corner office — Mister Humble probably doesn’t have a corner office — must be pretty darned good. Since Apple released iOS 8.1 Update, which made Apple Pay (US […]

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How to download Vine videos on iPhone with Vine++

| October 25, 2014

We have posted numerous of articles on jailbreak tweaks that let you download media files from popular apps such as YouTube with InTube or SoundCloud with SoundCloud Downloader. But surprisingly, we have not mention anything related to Vine yet. Even though this is one of the most popular video sharing application on iPhone and Android. […]

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AFC2 is now compatible with iOS 8

| October 24, 2014

If you like to transfer musics or install .ipa apps on iOS 8 using i-Funbox, then make sure to get the latest version of AFC2 or Apple File Conduit 2 […] The post AFC2 is now compatible with iOS 8 appeared first on iHacksblog. Thanks for reading and be sure to give us a follow […]

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5 Easy Tips to Speed Up OS X Yosemite on Your Mac

| October 24, 2014

OS X Yosemite runs great on most new Macs, but some older models may experience some sluggishness or stuttering from time to time. The reason for that feeling of reduced performance can be due to a variety of issues, and most of them are really easy to resolve with surprisingly little effort. If you feel […]

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Enable Dark Mode with a Keyboard Shortcut in OS X Yosemite

| October 24, 2014

Dark Mode impacts the appearance of the Dock and Menu Bar in OS X Yosemite, turning both from their grey on white defaults to a higher contrast white text against black background dark alternative. The effect is sort of iOS-like, but it also makes a great addition to the Increase Contrast feature on a Mac […]

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iMac Retina Reviews: Best Desktop Available

| October 24, 2014

All of the reviewers I could find were, to varying degrees, blown away by the new iMac Retina 5K. That’s due to the simple fact they spent serious quality time with Apple’s newest desktop and learned just how deep the innovation and performance really goes. Seriously, get your butt to a local Apple Store, Best […]

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iMac Retina Reviews: The Best Desktop Available

| October 24, 2014

All of the reviewers I could find were, to varying degrees, blown away by the new iMac Retina 5K. That’s due to the simple fact they spent serious quality time with Apple’s newest desktop and learned just how deep the innovation and performance really goes. Seriously, get your butt to a local Apple Store, Best […]

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Walking War Robots iOS Game Review

| October 24, 2014

Walking War RobotsPixonic LLCGamesFreeDownload Mobile multiplayer action gaming can be a thing of misery. Overhyped, underwhelming games built on shaky netcode and nonsensical matchmaking, most of the time we’re left disappointed and annoyed. Walking War Robots does well to buck that trend, and while it’s not perfect it is definitely a big plundering mech stomp […]

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Enable Continuity & Handoff on Unsupported Macs with Continuity Activation Tool

| October 24, 2014

Continuity and Handoff are two great features of OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 that allow an iPhone or iPad to ‘handoff’ an application, like a half-written email, over to the Mac to be completed in the Mac Mail app. It’s one of the major reasons for iOS and Mac users to upgrade to OS […]

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How to setup a default credit card in Apple Pay

| October 23, 2014

Apple Pay is a new payment feature that was introduced alongside with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus but didn’t come out until the company releases iOS 8.1. It […] The post How to setup a default credit card in Apple Pay appeared first on iHacksblog. Thanks for reading and be sure to give […]

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