How the iPhone 6s is Creating News Ripples

The rumor, news on iPhone 6 is still now raising storm in internet, even now several articles are being written upon the slip up and shortcoming of the iPhone 6, and in between this, the Apple’s developers have launched their new model iPhone 6s by giving the impression that they never want to be out of the discussion and debate topic. Analyzing all the latest reports it can be said that Apple is ready with another corpulent (from the perspective of incorporated latest innovations), exquisite model and the developers are hopeful that surely it will prevail the market. Continue Reading…

While blocking a disgruntled ex-lover or those nagging telemarketers may be a good policy, the ease with which you can block a number on the iPhone means that you can accidentally block the wrong person. That’s why it’s good to know how to view blocked numbers on iPhone, just to make sure you’re not blocking, by accident or otherwise, friends or family.  Continue Reading…

IPad pro – a brief introduction

Well, iPad pro is recently one of the hottest topics and it has to be, at least by looking at the specifications and the other related features of the gadget. It is basically a giant version of the iPad Air and has a screen size of 12.9 inches when measured corner to corner. Comparing with the screen size of iPad Air, the screen size is only 9.7 inches. Continue Reading…

If you can’t figure out how to view WiFi password on iPad it’s okay because there’s no straightforward way to go about it. On the iPad, your passwords are kept in a digital vault for security. Your WiFi password is among them and it won’t appear in the network tab, nor in Settings.   Continue Reading…

AMBER alerts come from America’s Missing: Broadcasting Emergency Response (AMBER) and feature critical alerts about tornadoes, earthquakes, floods, and other natural disasters, as well as well as missing children or abductions, including suspects. These alerts alerts are sent by the government through your carrier, so you should receive them even if you’re not connected to a WiFi network or using a data plan. They show up in the Notification center and provide a few keywords about the situation; to find out more about an alert you can always head to AmberAlert.gov. Continue Reading…