By Anthony Bouchard on Aug 25, 2016
It was only a few days ago that we showed you a tweak called Vettr, which displayed a nice and simplistic time and battery interface on your display whenever you had your iPhone plugged into a power source.
But now, a new jailbreak tweak called Volt is challenging Vettr head-on with a number of features that you can customize to your liking. We’ll show you what Volt is all about in this review. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Aug 23, 2016
One of the features I really like about my Apple Watch is nightstand mode, because it gives me a way to quickly see the time on my desk right when I wake up in the morning. Unfortunately, the screen is kind of small.
With a new free jailbreak tweak called Vettr, you can effectively turn your iPhone into a pleasant nightstand clock, but it can be used for other things too. We’ll show you in this review what Vettr is all about. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Aug 22, 2016
Sometimes you get important information from people in your iOS notifications that you’d like to do more than just read. For these situations, a new free jailbreak tweak called NotiCopy will come greatly in handy.
With this tweak, you can easily copy the information in any notification from your Lock screen or Notification Center to your clipboard so you can paste it later on. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Aug 20, 2016
Are you a Pokémon GO fan and looking for a fun new way to spice up your jailbroken iPhone?
If so, don’t skip out on downloading an awesome new free jailbreak tweak dubbed PokeGo LS Gif, which adds a Pokémon GO team-based GIF animation to your Lock screen as your wallpaper for your viewing pleasure. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Aug 13, 2016
All of Apple’s iPhones since the iPhone 5s, and even the latest iPad models, come with Touch ID fingerprint scanners that let you have access to your device almost immediately without the need to waste time entering a password or passcode at the Lock screen.
However, if you never use a passcode anyways, but you still enjoy the functionality of Touch ID, you can use a new jailbreak tweak called AlwaysTouch. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Aug 12, 2016
Every iPhone has a proximity sensor at the top that helps turn off the display whenever you have your phone close to your face during a phone call, and utilizing that sensor for other purposes is nothing new to the jailbreak community.
With Wave2Wake, which is a new jailbreak tweak that utilizes the proximity sensor, you can use it to lock and unlock your device. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Aug 10, 2016
LockShot is a new jailbreak tweak in Cydia that brings a new blurred aesthetic to the Lock screen so you can see what’s behind it.
In this review, we’ll show you how it works and provide some examples of its tantalizing appearance. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Jul 17, 2016
Those of you still rocking a jailbreak despite these dry last few weeks have some new jailbreak tweaks to check out this weekend.
One of those is ProximityLock, which is a new freebie that lets you lock your iPhone with nothing more than the proximity sensor by waving your hand over, or putting your finger over the sensor right by the front-facing camera and ear speaker. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Jul 15, 2016
Every Mac has at least one user account on it, whether it’s your own or you’ve made another account for someone else to use.
At some point, you may feel the urge to change the name of one of your user accounts. It doesn’t matter if the account is an administrator or a regular user; we’ll show you the steps in this tutorial to change an account’s user name on your Mac. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Jul 11, 2016
It’s a good idea to change your passwords every now and again, and your OS X user accounts are no different. If you’re a Mac admin and you want to make sure everyone gets a fresh and secure password every so often, you should take the steps to change the passwords regularly.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how you can change an account password on your Mac. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Jul 6, 2016
In some rare scenarios, you as the computer administrator may want to actually promote an existing basic OS X user account to an administrator account, or vice-versa.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how you can upgrade a user account’s privileges to administrator rights, and we’ll also go through the steps to strip an account of its administrator rights. Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jul 5, 2016
As we wrote before, iOS 10 changes the way unlocking your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch works. For starters, iOS 10 does away with the familiar slide-to-unlock gesture so instead of “Slide to Unlock”, which now takes you to a dedicated widgets screen, you get to see a new “Press Home to unlock” message on the Lock screen.
As a result, unlocking a Touch ID-outfitted iOS device now requires you to press the Home button rather than rest your finger on it, like in prior editions of the software. But as it turns out, iOS 10 gives users another, previously unavailable option for unlocking their device without automatically launching the Home screen. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Jul 5, 2016
Have you ever tried using the screenshot keyboard shortcut on your Mac’s Lock screen and noticed nothing happened? Getting a screenshot of your Mac’s Lock screen isn’t as straight-forward as you may have hoped, but it is certainly possible.
In this tutorial, we’ll be showing you what’s necessary to grab a screenshot of your Mac’s Lock screen. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Jun 27, 2016
When you set up a Mac for the first time after buying it, the account you create for OS X is given admin access. From there on, any account you create can be set up as a guest, basic user, or admin user.
If you have made extra admin accounts on your Mac and no longer need them, then it’s usually a good idea to consider removing them for security reasons.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to remove an admin account from your Mac. Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jun 15, 2016
Having taken a closer look at a much improved Messages app, which delivers more expressive and animated ways to message friends and family, our preview of big new features in iOS 10 continues with a detailed overview of an all-new Lock screen. Wait, the Lock screen in iOS 10 warrants an article?
As you know, the Lock screen has remained virtually unchanged since the iPhone’s inception. With iOS 10, however, it’s undergone some major improvements in the form of a refined look and feel, including vastly redesigned widgets, and new features such as interactive notifications, Raise to Wake and expanded use of 3D Touch shortcuts.
We think that many folks are going to appreciate how iOS 10 makes their device’s Lock and Home screens way more functional than before, so here’s a detailed walkthrough of all the goodies included in iOS 10’s freshened up Lock screen experience. Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jun 15, 2016
The iPhone’s familiar slide-to-unlock gesture was subjected to multiple lawsuits, but the feature itself has barely changed since the handset’s inception nearly a decade ago.
With iOS 10, however, Apple has made some plenty significant changes to the Lock screen while introducing a brand new way to get into your phone. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Jun 10, 2016
Apple’s OS X operating system makes it easy to create new user accounts on your Mac, but sometimes you want to have multiple administrators on your Mac so you’re not the only one managing who can do what on the computer.
In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to create an additional administrator account on your Mac besides yourself. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on Jun 3, 2016
When you’ve got multiple people using the same Mac, having more than one user account can be really useful for keeping everyone’s files and apps separated from one another and adding a layer of privacy and security between users.
On the other hand, when you no longer have more than one user for your Mac, or you don’t want someone using your computer anymore, it’s also possible to remove a user account from your Mac.
We’ll show you how in this simple, step-by-step tutorial. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on May 30, 2016
Not that long ago, we showed you how to enable the guest account on your Mac so that people could use your Mac without tampering with your own apps and files, but it’s more of a temporary solution than anything because any progress they make is reset after they log out.
If you know the other person who is using your computer will be using it more often than just once in a blue moon, then you might consider making them a completely separate user account from your own.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to create a new user account on your Mac. Read More
By Anthony Bouchard on May 23, 2016
In OS X, just like most desktop operating systems, you can have more than one computer user. For instances where you may need to share your computer with someone else, it can be convenient for you to create a guest user rather than risk your security from your own administrator account.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how you can enable the guest user account on your Mac. Read More