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PDF Editor Pro For Mac Is The Only PDF App You Will Ever Need

No matter if you are someone who works in an office, you are student at a university or work from home chances are you deal with PDF files all the time. While it might seem like a simple task to create or edit PDF documents on a Mac, it really isn’t. You need to have proper software installed that can allow you to perform different tasks on it. Thankfully the PDF Editor Pro for Mac is here to...

How To Enable Two-Factor Authentication On Your iCloud Account

Enabling Two-Factor Authentication is the security 101 in today’s digital world. If you want to prevent others with malicious intents from getting into your account and invading your privacy, then two-factor authentication is a must. You can enable Two-factor authentication on your Apple ID and protect your iCloud account from getting hacked. In this article we will share step by step guide on how...

These Products From TwelveSouth Make A Great Gift For Any Apple Fan

TwelveSouth makes some awesome accessories that match perfectly with your Apple products. From the HiRise dock to the BookBook, they make products that I would absolutely recommend. If you’re looking for some products that an Apple fan would love, but on more of the low-tech side, TwelveSouth has some excellent and affordable merchandise that is sure to please any Apple fan. (adsbygoogle...

5 Things We Expect From Apple’s March 2017 Media Event

If rumors and past experiences are to be believed, then Apple is going to hold a media event in the last 10 days of march or possibly first 10 days of April. Many of company’s products are due an update, some of which such as the Mac Pro haven’t been updated since more than 3 years. In this post we will talk about the announcements Apple might make at its late March or early April event and...

How To Make Mac Announce Time Every Hour, Half Or Quarter Of An Hour

If you find it hard to keep track of time while you are using your Mac, then we have got the perfect tip for you. Many people don’t know that there is a time announcement feature on macOS, which essentially makes the Mac announce the current time at user-specified intervals. You can have your computer...

How To Rearrange Or Remove Status Bar Items On macOS

macOS shows useful buttons for system settings and third-party apps in the status bar. This includes buttons for WiFi, Bluetooth, Volume, Time etc. Many people believe that you cannot edit the Status bar items, however you would be surprised to know that it is super easy and quick to rearrange or remove items from the menu bar. Read on to learn about how to rearrange or remove status bar items on macOS. Arrange...

How To Take Screenshot On macOS

One of the most underrated features on macOS is the ability to take screenshots. Screenshots are super important as they allow you to save what’s currently on your Mac’s screen in a picture format and even share that with someone else. If you are new to the Mac and are not familiar with how to...

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...

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...

Susan Kare’s Print And Book Set Is A Great Gift For Any Retro Mac Lover (Review)

If you are an Apple fan, then you are most likely familiar with the work of Susan Kare. She is responsible for virtually all of the icons used on the original Macintosh, and arguably created some of the most iconic designs of the late 20th century. I myself love the design of these icons; even though the palette was limited to just two colors and there wasn’t much space to work with, Susan Kare managed...

Office For Mac Gets Touch Bar Features On The New MacBook Pro

Microsoft has updated its Office apps for Mac, adding support for the new MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar feature. With this update Office users will be able to take advantage of context based shortcuts and buttons that will appear in the Touch Bar based on what they are doing in the apps. Microsoft was quick to announce that its Office apps on macOS will support the Touch Bar as it made the announced within...

How To Show All Hidden Files On Mac With A Terminal Command

We showed you how you can hide individual files and folders on Mac and how you can unhide them whenever you need them. Hiding files through Terminal is easy and safe, and is perhaps the most effective way of hiding files on Apple’s computer. However the method we shared with you earlier required you to remember the path of the file where it is located, if you lose this information then you cannot...