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iPad or iPhone Stuck At Apple Logo, Red Or Blue Screen? Try This

If you are having your iPad, iPod touch or iPhone stuck at Apple logo, red or blue screen, then we have got perfect solution for you. In this step by step instructions guide we will show you how to solve this problem. We recently told you what to do if your iOS device won’t turn on and is stuck on...

iPad or iPhone Frozen Or Stuck On Black Screen? Try This

If you have an iPad, iPod touch or iPhone frozen or stuck on black screen, then we might be able to help. By following a few quick step by step instructions you can get your iOS device working in a matter of seconds. iPhone or iPad get stuck on black screen or freeze on any particular screen when the system...

Nest Learning Thermostat: An iOS User’s Perspective (Review)

Along with Philips Hue, I’d say that the Nest is one of the most recognized names in the smart home field. Founded by Tony Fadell in 2010, Nest introduced the Nest Thermostat just a year later in 2011. Tony Fadell had previously done work for Apple, helping with the iPod. The Nest Thermostat that he created clearly has been inspired by Apple, with its beautiful and simplistic design, and the rotating...

iOS 11 Concept Imagines iOS With Dark Mode, Group Facetime, Game Mode And More

As we draw closer to WWDC 17, where Apple is expected to announce the new iOS 11 software update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch a new video by Youtuber ‘MyApple’ imagines what new features Apple could introduce in the update and how they can be implemented. The video showcases some really useful new features that can be added in the upcoming release including multi-user support for iPads, group...

Lapa: A Worthy Tile Competitor? (Review)

In our review with the Tile Mate and Tile Slim, we loved features such as its simplicity, small size, and overall usefulness. Our only real gripe with it was the lack of a replaceable battery. While this does have some advantages, replacing a Tile every year can get pricey and add up quite quickly. Lapa, a new competitor in the area, attempts to solve some of Tile’s shortcomings. Does it do a good...

How To Anonymously Browse The Web On Your iPhone or iPad

Due to constant breaches of privacy from large corporations and the government alike, anonymous web browsing is not just limited to hackers anymore. In fact it has become necessary for anyone who cares about his or her privacy and wants to keep their personal information to themselves. Thankfully browsing the web anonymously on an iPhone or iPad isn’t as complicated as it may sound. All you need...

Introducing The iOSHacker Annual Giveaway for 2017!

Here at iOSHacker, we love getting the most out of our Apple devices. We also love to share what we know with you on how to customize them, use them in ways to help improve your life, and squeeze as much power as you can out of them. While there are many great ways to do this via software, a big part of it is achieved by hardware and accessories. That’s why we review products and accessories to...

How To View, Rename And Train Touch ID Fingerprints For Better Results

Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor has come a long way since when it was first introduced on iPhone 5S. The second generation Touch ID found on newer iPhone models is much faster and perhaps more accurate than the original sensor. While Touch ID is mostly quick and accurate, what many users don’t know is you can make it even better. iOS allows users to not only see and rename stored fingerprints...

The UE BOOM 2 Is A Bluetooth Speaker With Great Sound At A Great Price (Review)

Back in October of last year, I was able to review the awesome UE MEGABOOM speaker. Some of the features I loved was it’s simple and useful design, great sound quality, and cool features such as the ability to pair up with other UE speakers. While we loved the UE MEGABOOM, at $300, it can be a pricey buy for some consumers. If you want the MEGABOOM, but can’t swallow the price, the UE BOOM 2 is definitely...

The Philips Hue Bridge Allows For A Great Entryway Into Home Automation (Review)

If you have even shown the slightest interest in home automation, it’s most likely that you have heard about Philips Hue. There’s is a good reason why it’s popular; their products are amazing, featured packed, and are crammed with the latest technologies. At the heart of the Philips Hue ecosystem is the bridge. The lights communicate wirelessly over a technology called ZigBee (many other smart lighting...

yalu102 Beta 3 Brings iOS 10.2 Jailbreak To iPhone 6s, iPhone 5s And Other 64-Bit Devices

It seems like Luca Todesco has kept himself busy with the development of his iOS 10 yalu jailbreak. The developer recently released an updated version of yalu beta, dubbed as yalu102, which brought support for iOS 10.2 on selective devices. Since its initial release Luca has been releasing beta updates for iOS 10.2 jailbreak to add better support for different iOS device models and fix bugs faced by beta...

iOS 10.3 Beta With Find My AirPods And Other Features Now Available For Developers

Following the release of iOS 10.2.1, Apple has seeded iOS 10.3 beta and it is now available for developers who are registered with Apple’s Developer program. iOS 10.3 brings several new features to the operating system despite being a point update. The most notable of the new features introduced in...