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Posted on Monday, April 8, 2019 by Tyler


If you own a computer or mobile device, there’s one thing you’ve probably heard time and time again, back up your data.

When your critical information is stored in only one medium, it is inherently vulnerable. The device’s internal storage, either a hard drive or solid state drive, could fail, complications could occur during an update or other system event, the device could get lost or stolen, or a flood or fire could break out at the device’s location.


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Posted on Monday, March 11, 2019 by Eli

The task of making an I-movie production will most likely require some form of trouble shooting as some systems have minor changes in the ways that the program reacts. It is highly recommended that key commands for Apple’s VoiceOver have been well practiced. This guide pertains to iMovie version 10.1.10 running on MacOS Mojave 10.14.1. Users who are using earlier versions of the program will have different results though some information in this article could be useful. From this point…

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Posted on Monday, February 11, 2019 by Deborah Armstrong
Creating Shortcuts A Narrative Guide for the Befuddled Beginner iOS 12 introduced shortcuts: a way for you to combine a set of steps to accomplish a task. People who program would call this a script. In fact an app or software program is nothing more than a very sophisticated set of steps designed to accomplish a task. If you ever wanted to learn programming, you can start right now to create shortcuts. It's a great way to get your feet wet and find out if computer programming is for you…
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Posted on Friday, December 28, 2018 by tunmi13


This is demonstrated with an iPhone 6S up to about an iPhone 8. If you have an X, Xs or Xr, you may not have the settings I do.


We all find ourselves in that situation where you break something, or you don't feel safe. That's why we have emergency services.

This guide will walk you through the basics to setting up emergency services on your iPhone.

Getting Started

First, make sure you have a SIM card. You can't dial without…

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Posted on Monday, December 17, 2018 by Tyler


If you’re a Mac Voiceover user, there’s one word you absolutely hate hearing, the B word.

Of course, I’m talking about the word, “Busy.” It may pass after a few seconds, causing only minor annoyance, or it can happen frequently and significantly disrupt your workflow.

Often times, repeated experiences like this mean you probably have some performance issues to address. In this guide, I will give an overview of some of the most common problems and solutions.…

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Posted on Saturday, November 3, 2018 by tunmi13

This guide explains how to restore your iOS device using iTunes.


You must have iTunes installed on your PC or Mac before you can follow this guide. You can download iTunes for Windows 64-bit here or download Windows 32-bit here.

You can also get the Mac version by using this link.…

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Posted on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 by Sasha Stride

Guide for quentin c playroom on iPad

Things you need:
1: an iOs device, preferably an iPad
2: a bluetooth keyboard,optional but reccomended

Quentin c's playroom is available as an app on Windows. I have found a way to make it work on iOs using Safari. It is very easy once you have learned it.
To get started, go to Navigate to the heading that says quick links and then browse to where it says play directly…

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Posted on Friday, September 14, 2018 by mehgcap

When iPhone X was released, it introduced a few swipe gestures to replace the Home Button. With iOS 12, Apple has brought similar gestures to iPad. If you have VoiceOver enabled during the update, you will get an introduction to these gestures, with a note on how they work and how to use them. As this has never been done on iPad before, though, and as many users are accustomed to the way iOS has worked for years, I wanted to take the time to explain the changes in detail.

The basic…

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Posted on Friday, July 13, 2018 by maxi

In this guide, I will show you how to add music to an IPhone through ITunes on windows pc.
1. Add the music to the ITunes library. To do this, press ctrl+o and navigate to the location where you keep your music and then select the songs that you want to add.
2. close ITunes because then it opens automatically and detects your Iphone correctly.
3.. Plug in your IPhone.

4. Select the music from the ITunes library.
5. Right click and select "Add to device" and…

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Posted on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 by Tristan Bowen

Tabata Stopwatch Pro is a great app, and it is easy to use.
When opening the app, it will sound something like this.
Tabata Stopwatch Pro
When swiping right, it will say Press play to start
After swiping right again, it will say Loaded Preset Tabata
After swiping right again, it will say Last workout x days ago
Swipe right, it has an inspirational quote. For example “Believe you can, and your half way there.” Theador Rusavelt.
Swipe right again,…

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Posted on Monday, June 25, 2018 by tunmi13

Sometimes, a buzz buzz is better than a ding ding during say a meeting or at a conference. If you've ever forgotten to put your phone on silent during an important event, vibrations can help a lot.

?Vibration Explained

On the iPhone, you have options to create, select, and assign vibrations. This is done from the Sound settings on your phone. I'm going to be showing you how to do all of these things, so you can know when your bestie is messaging you, or your mom is…

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Posted on Sunday, June 17, 2018 by tunmi13


Wifi Cheetah is a tool that allows you to speed up your wifi's connection. This is done by blocking annoying ads, removing unnecessary banners/unnec areas, and channeling it through their servers rather than the main one.

Wifi Cheetah is free to download from the app store. GET

Launching the App

When you launch the app, a welcome screen will…

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Posted on Saturday, June 9, 2018 by Tyler


Recently, I was helping someone with their Mac and the question came up, “What is iCloud and what is the cloud?”

This happens to be one of the most common questions I am asked about Apple products, and that’s no coincidence. Although Apple markets its products and services as being seamless and easy to use, they still conjure that image of some mysterious and complicated cloud, something that often tends to confuse people. In this guide, I will attempt to explain…

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Posted on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 by tunmi13

In this guide, I'll be teaching you how to use Touch ID on your iPhone, if you have never used it.

Why Is This Guide Necessary?

It may seem like people who are reading this guide already are familiar with TOUCH ID and passcode settings, and it may seem like this guide isn't as necessary, since there is a "Getting Started with your First iOS device" link, but I want to help out people who are just starting with an iPhone.


As far as I've heard,…

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Posted on Thursday, April 26, 2018 by Devin Prater

Youtube-dl, download any Youtube video or videos on the Mac for free

In this guide, I’ll be showing you how to use Youtube-dl, the Youtube-downloader, to download a single video, multiple videos, and how to customize Youtube-dl.


Youtube-dl is a free tool which is run from the terminal, but I’ll try to make the mysterious Terminal as friendly as possible. First, let’s gather the software we need.

Homebrew: the Terminal’s App store

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Posted on Saturday, February 17, 2018 by tunmi13


Files was originally known as Downloads Lite. It is basically a file manager, with an in-app web browser kind of like Safari.

Uses of this app: • You can save articles or web pages to look at when you don't have a connection.

• Extract ZIP files and view documents such as the famous DOCX format, RTF (Rich Text Format), TXT, PDF, etc.

Quick Notes

This guide is split according to the app's tabs. For example, everything about the browsing tab is…

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Posted on Thursday, February 8, 2018 by tunmi13

EveryCord is a new screen recorder for iOS 11 that allows you to record your device's screen. You used to have to jailbreak or get some app that allowed access to it, but now that iOS 11 supports screen Recording, it is now in the App Store.


The first time you open EveryCord, make sure to read what it says right next to the Recordings button.

Other than the Recordings button, there is a Settings button which is unlabeled.

The settings button is…

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Posted on Sunday, January 28, 2018 by Devin Prater


This article will show you, the reader who uses a Mac with the Voiceover screen reader, exactly why I haven’t jumped ship and fled to Windows 10. I’ll compare the state of accessibility of Windows and Mac as operating systems, features of first-party apps, advancements in first-party screen readers, and the outlook of accessibility at both companies. I will attempt to be objective in this article, so as to present my arguments in a logical and useful way.


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Posted on Monday, December 4, 2017 by mestomba

I want to share my current knowledge on achieving this. There may be better ways but this is what I know right now and it works! Follow the recipe below. It may not give you great lasagna but it will give you voiceover on any pdf file you want or need to read on your Mac!
1) Use ‘Preview’ to view the pdf document
2) Make sure you have ‘Single Page’ selected on Preview’s ‘View’ drop-down menu – You may also choose – to ‘View Thumbnails’ of the pdf pages
• Single Page…

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Posted on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 by sockhopsinger

Since the release of iOS11, one problem a lot of us are having is that the new Siri voices can cause our phone to go silent. Usually, the only way to get speech bak when this happens is to hit that trusty little home button and the lock screen button simultaneously for about eight slow seconds before the phone will be forced to restart. Or, that's how it was until the iPhone 8.

Last night, almost like clockwork, my new iPhone 8 Plus decided that it had been cooperative for far too…

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