Apple has a penchant for going to great lengths to protect its secrets, including concealing early Apple Watch prototypes in special cases resembling a bricked-phone design.
Wallpapers are a highly personal choice for customizing the look of your Home Screen, but in many cases, images used as wallpapers can make the Home Screen look too busy with all the app icons overlapping everything.
One way to deal with this concern is to apply a blur to said wallpaper image — either as subtle or as powerful as you’d like. You can do this with photo manipulation software before setting an image as your wallpaper on a stock device, or if you’re jailbroken, you can do it directly on the device on the fly. As for how, that’s what we’re about to show you.
Jailbreakers often experience an itch to customize their handset’s user interface. After all, who could blame them? Having a pwned device means you can customize things well beyond the stock parameters put in place by Apple out of the box.
One thing we commonly see customized by the end user on jailbroken handsets is the notification interface — namely the banners.
The Settings app hasn’t changed much over the years, prompting the jailbreak community to preempt Apple time and time again.
The latest of such efforts comes by way of a newly released and free jailbreak tweak called ModernStyleSettings by iOS developer Netskao.
Apple's latest iOS 15 comes with the ability to add a Portrait Mode in video calls made via FaceTime and other video calling apps. This feature allows the user to add a bokeh effect to the video call, which can help hide the background. It's one of the really useful and exciting features offered in iOS 15.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw (The Morning Show) is not a stranger to working with Apple TV+. She had a co-starring role in one of the streaming service's debut series, and now she's leading the charge on another series.
The Pokemon franchise will soon get its first strategic team battle game, Pokemon United.
The music identification service Shazam has passed one billion recognitions every month, a remarkable achievement for an app that debuted with little fanfare on the App Store in 2008.
It has been over a year since we first heard about the limited dark comedy series The Shrink Next Door. Things were relatively quiet on the project since, but that changed this week. We finally have some footage to watch.
Apple has launched its annual back-to-school promotion in the United States, luring students who'd buy eligible products with perks like free AirPods and 10 percent off AppleCare.
Apple is awarding $5 million “Innovation Grants” to four historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), part of its broader $100 million Racial Equity and Justice Initiative.
The Mail app on iOS and macOS offer plenty of organization options, including the ability to sort mailboxes as per your liking. If you're someone who receives hundreds of emails in a day, then you probably have created different mailboxes to organize mails according to the sender. In such cases, you may want to organize the mailboxes in a certain order so it's easier to access.