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New undetectable and unremovable firmware worm affects Macs

Apple’s computers are generally known to be safer when it comes to viruses and harmful worms than their Windows counterparts. That however doesn’t mean they are not vulnerable. A team of researchers have created a proof-of-concept firmware worm dubbed as ThunderStrike 2 Firmworm, which affects...

EpicCenter tweak is a stylish passcode screen alternative

Those of us who care about their privacy use the passcode lock on their devices. The stock passcode screen that can be accessed by sliding on the lockscreen features a keypad with rounded buttons. There’s nothing extraordinary about it, however if you are looking for something that would make your device stand out and give you a different experience in terms of both usage and appearance then try the...

How to uninstall Boot Camp installation of Windows 10 from Mac the right way

Recently we posted a complete guide on how to install Windows 10 on your Mac. Now in this post we will show you how you can uninstall Windows 10 installed through the Boot Camp method. This guide will help people who installed Windows 10 just to try the new features of Microsoft’s OS. So if you’re already fed up or facing problems, as many Windows users are reporting then we’ve got you covered. Just...

Always Forward WatchOS Notifications tweak does exactly what its name says

Those of you who own an Apple Watch and use it on regular basis would know that it only gives you notification for an incoming message when your iPhone is locked. If a notification arrives when your iPhone was in use or unlocked for any reason, that alert won’t show up on your wearable device. The new Always Forward WatchOS Notification tweak takes care of this problem by forwarding each and every...

How to install Windows 10 on your Mac

Windows 10 has been released and is available for the masses to download. If you have got your copy and want to install it on your Mac, then there are two options for you. You can either install it using virtualization program like Parallels or OS X’s built-in tool called Boot Camp. In case you’re unfamiliar, a virtualization program allows you to run Windows on top of OS X just like an app. Whereas...

How to jailbreak iOS 8.4 using TaiG for Mac

Finally the wait is over for Mac users. TaiG Jailbreak Team has just released their TaiG jailbreak tool for Mac and it’s available for download. You can jailbreak any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 8.1.3 through iOS 8.4 using TaiG jailbreak. Windows users can find our Windows focused guide here. Note: It is recommended that you should backup your iOS device through iTunes or iCloud before proceeding...

TaiG for Mac with iOS 8.4 jailbreak support is now available for download

The moment many Mac users have been waiting for has finally arrived as TaiG team has released their popular TaiG tool for Mac and it is now available for download. The tool just as its Windows counterpart, which was released more than a month ago allows users to untethered jailbreak iOS 8.4 and earlier versions...

Give your iPhone or iPad extra security with a complex passcode

Passcode is an important security feature that every iPhone, iPad or iPod touch user should use. It not only prevents thieves from accessing your private data in case the device gets stolen but it also protects your privacy from people snooping around. We all know that you can set up 4 digit passcodes that you can enter through the number keypad on the lockscreen. To boost security Apple has even increased...

How to enable night mode for Safari’s Reader View in iOS 9

The Reader View is a distinguishing feature of mobile and desktop Safari. It streamlines the reading experience by hiding all the useless and distracting stuff like site template, ads, sidebar items from an article. And now you’ll be happy to know that iOS 9 brings more powers to Safari’s Reader View. Most importantly it brings night mode to it. It is a really important addition because we do most...

InstaCode tweak merges passcode and time screens

Users who have passcode turned on would know how annoying it is to first slide on the screen in order to get to the ‘passcode screen’ and then enter the code to unlock the device. This behavior of iOS adds an unnecessary step that does nothing good and wastes time. The new InstaCode tweak solves this problem by merging the first page of lockscreen, which shows the time, date and music controls...