Although Apple's Touch ID phones are no longer the latest and greatest thanks to the advent of Face ID, there's still an awful lot of us using them.So here we present the best tips for Touch ID iPhones including the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, 6S and 6S Plus, SE, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Here's everything you need to know to master your iPhone.First we'll share some iPhone 8 tips before moving onto other handsets. iPhone 8 tips - get more from your 8 or 8 PlusEnable True Tone display: To get the iPhone's screen to automatically adjust its colour balance and temperature to match the ambient light in the room, head to Control Centre and force press the screen brightness slider. Now tap the True Tone button. You can also go to Settings > Display and Brightness and toggle the "True Tone" switch. Charge wirelessly: To make use of the iPhone's new wireless charging capabilities, buy a wireless charger. Any Qi charger will work, but to charge more efficiently … [Read more...] about The best iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 tips and tricks: Top tips for Touch ID iPhones
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Editorial By Daniel Eran Dilger Monday, July 02, 2018, 06:21 am PT (09:21 am ET) Many industry pundits have fixated on how Macs are going to somehow merge with iOS, or seem to be confused about whether Apple wants PC buyers to upgrade to a Mac or an iPad. Some suggest the answer is a cheap Mac or macOS netbook. But as Apple's new macOS Mojave makes clear: they're wrong, here's why.In 2002, Apple was highlighting the PC horror stories of regular people (like Ellen Feiss) in Switchers Just over fifteen years ago in 2002, Apple shifted from "Think Different" ads associating its products with respected thinkers to "Switchers," a new campaign that played up how terrible PCs were in the words of regular people. Steve Jobs sought to sell Windows PC users a "BYOKDM" drop in replacement: the Mac mini (and Xserve). A few years later, Apple's "I'm a Mac" campaign similarly invited PC users to switch and enjoy working where things were so much easier. However, Apple hasn't been actively … [Read more...] about Apple’s new macOS Mojave optimizes the Mac for iOS users, not PC switchers
In the last article (RHCSA series Part 6) we started explaining how to set up and configure local system storage using parted and ssm. RHCSA Series:: Configure ACL’s and Mounting NFS / Samba Shares – Part 7 We also discussed how to create and mount encrypted volumes with a password during system boot. In addition, we warned you to avoid performing critical storage management operations on mounted filesystems. With that in mind we will now review the most used file system formats in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and then proceed to cover the topics of mounting, using, and unmounting both manually and automatically network filesystems (CIFS and NFS), along with the implementation of access control lists for your system. Prerequisites Before proceeding further, please make sure you have a Samba server and a NFS server available (note that NFSv2 is no longer supported in RHEL 7). During this guide we will use a machine with IP 192.168.0.10 with both services running in it as … [Read more...] about RHCSA Series: Using ACLs (Access Control Lists) and Mounting Samba / NFS Shares
So that $1,000+ sticker shock didn’t put you off from buying the phone that Apple calls “the future,” did it? We don’t blame you—we bought the iPhone X, too. I know you want to dive right in the moment you get the box in your hands, but slow your roll! We have a little setup advice you’re going to want to pay attention to. Sure, it seems like a drag right now, but this stuff is going to save you time and frustration later.1. Back up and restoreThat’s right, you’re going to want to back up your old iPhone after you have your new iPhone X in hand, so the backup is as up-to-date as it can possibly be. You can back up via iCloud or iTunes:For an iTunes backup: Connect your old iPhone to your Mac, launch iTunes, select your iPhone by clicking the little phone icon in the toolbar, and under Backups, choose This Computer. Checking Encrypt local backup is a good idea, so your account passwords and Health data gets … [Read more...] about Got an iPhone X? Do these 10 things first!
The best iOS apps optimized for the iPhone X The best iOS apps optimized for the iPhone X 1. Halide DownloadBuilt from the ground up to embrace the notch, this full-featured photography app brings something much needed to the stellar camera of the iPhone X - manual mode - and fits pertinent info like exposure values or a histogram in the horns, so that the rest of the X's display can be one big, beautiful viewfinder. 2. Apollo for Reddit DownloadOne of the best Reddit clients out there is also one of the shiny examples of how you can fit the notch and horns in your app interface narrative. With a beautiful dark mode, the horns coalesce with the notch, and it all looks as if part of the app's layout. In addition to being pretty, the app is also very functional for posting on Reddit all day and night with ease. 3. Lyft DownloadYou may not have noticed the new Lyft app after you installed it on your iPhone X, and took your first ride, but that's the whole point of these … [Read more...] about The best iPhone X apps optimized for the notch