June this year will see the release of Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 10, during their annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) at the Moscone West convention centre in California. Abiding by the usual secrecy company which the company always keeps, no feature of the upcoming operating system has been talked about anywhere in official […]
There are several, longer articles I have written that I will publish over the coming weeks, but for now, thanks to certain events, I want to take a moment to write about the marvel that is my new iPhone 6S. They say technology comes and goes, and it is true for the most part, but what […]
A little over two weeks ago I bought an iPhone 6S. Coming from a 6 Plus (for reasons outlined below) I found the device to be wonderful, but not without a couple of complaints. This time I bought a space grey 6S (not the Plus edition). Having used it as my main mobile device in my […]
With the iOS 8.3 jailbreak out, here are the first 25 Cydia tweaks you must install for a better, fuller user experience. Better looks to a faster iPhone.
Having started using Picturelife to backup and organise my photographs across my iPhone and Mac, here’s my experience with it and some passing thoughts.
Here are 15 tips for new iPhone users (iOS 8+) and advice from experience, straight from a longtime Android user who eventually switched to iPhone/iOS/OS X.
I have often been asked what’s on my iPhone 6 Plus after I recently switched from Android. Here’s a look into my iPhone, the apps I use and why I use them.
An iPhone 6 Plus short film conceived and filmed in an afternoon, made entirely with an iPhone 6 Plus and its stock camera app to see its capabilities.
Real world test and review of Pro HDR X for iOS8, currently the best camera app which uses the new burst mode to bracket exposures and merge into true HDR.
Why an Android user left his Note 3 for an iPhone 6 Plus and what his thoughts are after weeks of usage. Also, thoughts about iOS 8 and the Apple ecosystem.
With Catch notes shut down in August 2013 it’s time to re-evaluate the right note-taking app: Google Keep or Evernote or SpringPad or OneNote?
We take a look at Everyme, a new Android and iPhone social networking app, and what all it has to offer; and how surprisingly similar it is to Path and Google+.
Just yesterday, rumours spread like wildfire around the Internet that Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, was dying. Some also said that Apple would die with him. But the closest one ever got to the truth was that Steve Jobs—having fought Pancreatic Cancer back in 2004—decided to resign from the company. His successor was Jobs-groomed Tim Cook. […]
On June the 28th some lucky ones—including me—may have noticed a small tweak in Google’s homepage and most of its services save Gmail. And on Wednesday, this trial feature was formally launched for a larger groups, but still a limited one, of users around the world. Perhaps the most noticeable of these—at least the one […]