Apple provided a convenient function for parents like me to let their kids play on their devices without much worry. It’s called “guided access” and it allows me to lock my phone so that they cannot leave the application or restrict other inputs as needed with a simple shortcut of triple clicking the Home button.
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During the iOS 9 betas there has been problems with battery life. Though it seems that most of it were resolved, I had already gotten accustomed to some of the features that I rarely use being off now.
Continue reading iOS 9 Battery Life and other customizations
When I upgraded to iOS 8, I noticed that tethering on my Mac stopped working on Wind Mobile. After looking around for it, I found out how to enable it again, simply copy the values from the Cellular Data APN to the Personal Hotspot APN.
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In a recent Steve Wozniak interview he had pitched the concept of Apple forking Android to work with the iPhone. I was wondering how I would go about it if I ran Apple.
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Since someone told me to put my money where my mouth is, I finally got myself off the Android platform to replace my unsupported-after-less-than-two-years Galaxy Nexus which replaced a POS known as the Motorola XT720 and got myself an iPhone now that Wind Mobile is supported. In a quick nutshell, I am happy with the move.
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