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iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 To Be Snow Leopard Like Updates With Focus On Stability And Quality

iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 To Be Snow Leopard Like Updates With Focus On Stability And Quality

Apple has been continuously focusing on bringing new functionality and cross platform features to iOS and OS X over the past few releases. So much, that users, including yours truly, have noticed that during all this progress, Apple seems to have dropped the ball on stability and performance. Crashes and restarts have become an occurrence(…)

WatchOS 1.0.1 Has Messed Up Apple Watch Heart Rate Readings

WatchOS 1.0.1 Has Messed Up Apple Watch Heart Rate Readings

With WatchOS 1.0.1, Apple Watch heart rate monitor is not functioning as it used to. Readings are either delayed and not taken every 10 minutes or when they are, they are duplicated so you might see 4 readings at one time in the Heatlh app. This is a new bug introduced with the operating system(…)

How To Install San Francisco Font on Yosemite OS X

How To Install San Francisco Font on Yosemite OS X

OS X 10.11 and iOS 9, codenamed Gala and Monarch respectively, might be using the new Apple Watch font ‘San Francisco’ as the new default system font, if the rumors are correct. The new versions of OS X and iOS are expected to be unveiled at WWDC 2015 this June but it is highly possible(…)

Apple Watch Tips And Tricks That You Might Not Know

Apple Watch Tips And Tricks That You Might Not Know

Apple has created a completely new user interface for Apple Watch which revolves around watch faces, glances, complications and apps. This can be a lot to handle for some people, therefore, Apple has provided comprehensive video guided tours to train users on how to get started with the basic functions of the Watch. However, as(…)

Apple Watch Does Not Do Many Things And There Are Good Reasons Why

Apple Watch Does Not Do Many Things And There Are Good Reasons Why

Apple Watch can easily be considered the most hyped gadget of 2015 purely due to two reasons: this is Apple’s entry in to a new product market, after the iPad in 2010. Secondly, the wearables market is in its infancy and people are still trying to figure out whether they need one or not.

Make YouTube Videos Play in 1080p By Default In Every Desktop Browser

Make YouTube Videos Play in 1080p By Default In Every Desktop Browser

YouTube has support for almost all types of popular video formats now: HD, 4K, 3D and 360. However, YouTube does not allow you to set a default setting to play videos in either format. For people with fast Internet connections, this is a let down as more often than not, they have to manually update(…)

Reopen Last Closed Tabs in Safari Exactly Like Chrome With Retab

Reopen Last Closed Tabs in Safari Exactly Like Chrome With Retab

Safari on OS X is an awesome browser but compared to Google Chrome, it lacks severely in a few departments. I had gone through a detailed list of extensions and tweaks for Safari to make it more like Chrome but that list was incomplete until Retab arrived on the scene. To reopen closed tabs, it(…)

YouTube Debuts Redesigned Player And 60FPS 4K Videos Via TestTube

YouTube Debuts Redesigned Player And 60FPS 4K Videos Via TestTube

4K displays on phones, tablets and TVs are all the rage nowadays but sadly, there is not enough content to enjoy in ultra high definition. YouTube has been quick to support 4K videos though since some time. Now, through TestTube, it has rolled out experimental support for 60 frames per second 4K videos along with(…)

iOS Like Internet Loading Indicator App For Mac OS X

iOS has an indicator in its status bar which shows up when there is Internet activity happening in different apps or at the system level. For cellular networks, it’s very helpful to know when data is being used, but it’s equally useful on WiFi networks too. A similar app appropriately called Loading has been released(…)