You can watermark your PDF with text, logo, or image to let people know that the PDF is private, confidential, or created by you or your organization. Though a watermark can’t prevent content theft, it certainly can prevent misuse and help convey that you’re the creator or owner of that PDF.
So, whether it is for school, work, or personal use, this tutorial will show you how to watermark PDFs for free on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Whether you own a blog, are introducing a service, or building a product, you’ll need a logo. This visual representation of your brand is key to recognition. And if you’re just starting out, you may not have the budget for a professional designer.
You can use simple and free apps on your computer for creating logos. This gives you a great start to a visual you can build on and evolve over time. Check out this list of free logo makers for Mac and see which one has the features you want to create an outstanding logo.
If you use Pages to create documents for your own business or the company you work for, you may want to add a watermark. Whether a word like "confidential" or an image of your logo, you can add that watermark so that it blends into the background and appears on every page of your document.
In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to add a watermark in Pages on Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
Having an eye-catching and memorable logo for your business or brand is important. And if you have some design skills of your own, you can try your hand at creating your own logo.
Save money on hiring a professional designer or buying expensive software. Pick up your iPad and get your creative juices flowing with one of these free-to-try logo design apps for iPad.
Apple sent out invitations on Thursday, October 18 for an event titled there's more in the making. It is widely anticipated the event will see updates to the iPad Pro lineup, at the least. Other speculations assume Apple will update most of their existing hardware, including Mac mini, Mac Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook 12" and the AirPods.
The interactive event website includes dozens of variations of the Apple logo. We have 33 of them ready for you to use as your iPhone wallpaper.
As first reported by Chargerlab, Apple has updated the logos for its Made-for-iPhone/iPad/iPod (MFi) program. The biggest difference is that the device icons have been removed, replaced instead with an Apple logo.
Apple has been hit with yet another lawsuit, this time from Chinese clothing company KON. They believe iOS 11's new App Store icon looks a little too similar to their own brand logo.
There's still no way to jailbreak the iPhone 5, or other post-A5 devices running iOS 6, and that makes a lot of people sad, us included. But the lack of a jailbreak hasn't totally stifled the flow of creativity, as it's given rise to a bunch of popular "no jailbreak required" hacks and tweaks.
The latest such example is CarrierEditor — an app that runs on OS X that allows you to easily change your iPhone or cellular enabled iPad's carrier logo without being jailbroken.
There are, of course, plenty of ways to alter the carrier logon on a jailbroken device, but if you're like many who have the iPhone 5, or a non-jailbroken iPhone 4S, then CarrierEditor is a great workaround until a jailbreak finally touches down. Take a look inside as we step through the complete process of altering the carrier logo on an iPhone 5...
UK-based Apple Corps, which handles business dealings of the legendary Liverpool-based pop group The Beatles, has finally ended its dispute with Apple, Inc. of Cupertino, California over use of the Apple Corps' Granny Smith logo, which was originally owned by The Beatles. According to a new report, Apple for an undisclosed sum has secured rights to use the Apple Corps logo in association with music, computers, entertainment, multimedia and more. Matter of fact, Apple, Inc. has actually gained entire ownership over all trademarks which included or are related to the word “Apple”...
Yesterday we showed you how to manually replace the carrier logo in your status bar with the iDB logo. Today, iDB fanatic reader iPhoneiHelper decided to create his own set of iDB logos and put them on Cydia.
If you have Zepellin installed on your iPhone, go to Cydia and download the iDownloadBlog Logos for Zeppelin pack...
Animated Boot logos can once again be acquired on the latest iOS jailbreaks using a tool from developer iH8sn0w simply called animate fix.
For example, if you're an iPhone 4S jailbreaker, all you have to do is download and install the animate fix package, select animated logo from the BootLogo settings panel, and restart your device.
This is a great way to add even more customization to your iDevice, as you can probably gauge from the screenshots and video...
I've never been a huge fan of carriers advertising themselves by means of the carrier logo in my iPhone's status bar. For that reason I usually remove them with a tweak like CleanStatus or Springtomize 2.
But Zeppelin — a new jailbreak tweak that just appeared on Cydia — has me considering carrier logos again...