iPhone stuck on Apple Logo – Fix

Have you ever had a situation when your iPhone got stuck while booting up and stayed at the Apple logo? It give me a chill to even think of something like that happening. This issue is common for users who have tried to jailbreak their iPhones. If you are restoring date on your iPhone or trying to update, this issue can happen, infrequently of course. Learn how to fix the issue of iPhone stuck on Apple logo.

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iPhone stuck on Apple Logo – Fix

  • Connect the phone to your computer via a usb cable. Put your phone in DFU mode.
    • To put your phone in DFU mode, do the following.
    • Press and hold Home & Power button for 10 seconds.
    • Release the power button, but continue holding the Home button down.
    • You will enter DFU mode. A iTunes popup will confirm the same.
    • Restore your iPhone. If you have not backed up your data, then it is very likely that you will lose all the data.
  • To avoid this from happening, you can use some tools like Tenorshare ReiBoot to fix the issue.
    • Download and open Tenorshare ReiBoot.
    • Connect your iPhone to your computer.
    • Select ‘Exit Recovery Mode’
    • While this fix is meant to get your iPhone out of the recovery mode loop, there have been instances where the iPhone stuck on Apple logo has been fixed.

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Those are the methods that you can use to fix the issue. Do you know of any more? Let us know in the comments below.

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iOS10 Tips and Tricks – Remove or Add Widgets from Home Screen

iOS 10 is around the corner and a lot of new features are bound to be added to it. Along with the new features are the new tips and tricks that you can use to customize iOS 10 on your iPhone or iPad to suit your requirements. Learn how to remove or add widgets from home screen in iOS 10 on your Apple device.

With the launch of iOS 10, iPhone and iPad users can add widgets to the search screen. The search screen can be access by swiping left or right on the home screen or the lock screen.

Remove or Add Widgets from Home Screen

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Remove or Add Widgets from Home Screen – iOS 10

New widgets are being added in iOS 10. You can add the news widget, events widget or a calendar widget. You also get a music widget, a weather widget and many more.

First, you have to download the beta 1 version or enroll for the public beta that will be out in July. If you are not the risk taking kind, wait for the official iOS10 release in September.

Access widgets by swiping right on the home screen/lock screen.

Tap Edit>find the widget you want> tap the ‘+’ green icon next to each of the widgets you want to add.

Tap done when you are finished adding widgets.

To remove widgets, access widgets by swiping right on the home screen/lock screen.

Tap Edit>find the widget you want> tap the ‘-‘ red icon next to each of the widgets you want to remove.

To disable widgets on the home screen/lock screen, you can do the following:

Settings>Touch ID & passcode> enter your passcode

Scroll down to Allow access when locked.

Disable the toggle next to Today

It’s that simple! Enjoy trying out the different widgets in iOS 10!

Fix apps crashing in iOS 10 beta

Safari Running Slow on iOS10 – Fix

The much awaited iOS 10 is expected soon and the beta version is already out. A lot of users including yours truly have already started to try and test it out. One of the things that iOS10 has for Safari users is the Split-view mode. As iOS 10 is still in the beta mode, it is not really expected to run smoothly. Apart from the usual problems, one of the new problems is that of Safari running slow on iOS10. Here are some tips and tricks to fix it.

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Safari Running Slow on iOS10 – Fix

Clear history and website data

Launch settings app>Safari> Clear history and website data>Clear history and data. Confirm when asked.

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Close Safari tabs

Safari> Tap and hold on the tabs icon (bottom right corner)

Tap on close tabs.

Disable background refresh

Settings>general>Background app refresh> Toggle it off.

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Go to settings>general>Storage & iCloud Usage>manage storage> Safari

Tap on edit on the top right corner of the screen.

Tap on the red button on the left and then tap delete. Confirm when asked for it.

Reset network settings

Settings>general>Reset>Reset network settings>Reset network settings.

Confirm when asked for.

Finally, disable location services. This is a general tip and can also help solve other issues with the iOS10 beta.

That’s it! Hopefully, these methods will help you speed up the Safari browser on your iOS10 device. Let us know if you have any more solutions which have worked!

How to Fix Apps crashing in iOS 10 Beta

With the new iOS 10 announced recently at WWDC 2016, Apple has claimed it to be the biggest ever iOS update ever made. Various users who have installed the iOS 10 beta to test it in advance have been having issues with apps crashing. This is normal, considering iOS 10 is still in its beta version. But there are some tried and tested methods that can help to fix the issue of apps crashing in iOS 10 beta. Try them out if you are experiencing similar problems.

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Apps crashing in iOS 10 Beta – How to fix

  • Reboot your phone.
  • Check out app updates.
  • Make sure that you have the updated apps on your iPhone. This solves the problem on many different occasion. To update all apps, click on App Store>Updates>Update All.
  • Turn of background app refreshing
  • When WiFi or cellular data is on, apps keep refreshing. Turn this feature off. It will help conserve battery and to fix this problem
    • Go to settings>general
    • Tap on background app refresh and toggle it off.
  • Disable automatic app download
    • tap on settings>iTunes and App Store> Toggle off auto download
  • Delete an app and reinstall it.Finally, if none of the methods worked, reset your phone. To do so, go to settings>genera>Reset>reset all settings.
  • If nothing works, downgrade to iOS 9.3.2. A short guide on how to do so can be found here.

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Do you know of any other methods to fix issue of apps crashing in iOS10 beta? Let me know in the comments below.

iPhone 7 Concept Designs You Would Want to See!

It is no surprise that Apple intends to shake up the smartphone industry with the upcoming iPhone 7. The design will remain similar to the previous iPhones, but the tech would be a first among iPhones and many comparable smartphones. Some of the upgrades include a dual camera, smart connector to say the least. Check out the iPhone 7 concept designs that are doing the rounds.

While the tech certainly has massive upgrades, the design does not feature much changes (at least not until iPhone 8 that would come out in 2017-18). But that shouldn’t stop us from drooling over some amazing concept designs for the iPhone 7 that have been spotted on the web. Check out the iPhone 7 Concept designs you would want to see!

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iPhone 7 Concept Designs

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  • This concept design looks gorgeous, with the curved display and the free flowing screen.

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  • Now, a modular phone with something like this would be great. Not so sure about the touchscreen option for the buttons though

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  • Absolutely stunning! Looks a bit too big to fit in my pocket. I would be more worried about dropping the phone than ever before.

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  • Thin and fab. A size zero concept that looks surely to bend if I keep it in my pocket.

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  • Does it come with Augmented reality and Iron Man style tech such as HUD and Holographic displays? That would be cool!

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  • Looks a bit too similar to the Samsung Galaxy phones, or is it the other way around?

Top 10 iPhone facts for the iPhone geek!

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Top 10 iPhone Facts you Should Know.

It’s been nearly 10 years since the first iPhone was launched, in 2007. The smartphone changed the way we look at phones and forever revolutionized the smartphone industry. It boasted of innovative features and has been the leading phone of its time, and now. Here are the top 10 iPhone facts you need to know.

Top 10 iPhone Facts you Should Know

  • The iPhone was the result of a long study of the combination of a touchscreen and a tablet computer.

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  • Apple and Motorola launched the ROKR E1 phone on September 7, 2005. Apple was however, unhappy with the phone.

Top 10 iPhone Facts you Should Know

  • Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the iPhone at the MacWorld Convention later. The iPhone was first shown to the world in a fully functioning model on June 29, 2007.
  • The first advertisement for the iPhone was showcased during the 79th Academy Awards convention on February 25, 2007. The ad was titled ‘Hello’

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  • $1 million was the price of the iPhone.com domain name. That is was Apple reportedly paid to Michael Kovatach on July 1, 2007 to acquire the rights to the domain name.
  • There are 13 iPhone models released since 2007.
    • iPhone: 2007
    • iPhone 3G: 2008
    • iPhone 3GS: 2009
    • iPhone 4: 2010
    • iPhone 4s: 2011
    • iPhone 5: 2012
    • iPhone 5s, 5c: 2013
    • iPhone 6, 6 Plus: 2014
    • iPhone 6s, 6s Plus: 2015
    • iPhone SE: 2016

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  • With a 20% market share in the world, the iPhone takes away nearly 90% of the profit of the smartphone industry.
  • Innovative features such as mobile payment system, Touch ID etc first arrived on the iPhone. With it’s iSight Camera, the iPhone is widely considered to have revolutionized image quality and clarity.
  • The iPhone 7 will be the next iPhone from Apple and will be launched in a special event in the first or second week of February. All Apple phones have been launched in September.
  • The upcoming iPhone 7 is reported to have dual cameras and a lot of features that are a first to the iPhones. Check out some features that you can expect on the iPhone 7.


So what do you think? What are your expectations from the new iPhone? Let us know in the comments below.

iPhone 7 Features You Need to Know

The word on every Apple lover and fan is the upcoming iPhone 7. While there have been a lot of rumors doing the rounds on the internet, here are some of the things that we know would be present on the upcoming iPhone 7. Read more to find out about the iPhone 7 features you need to know.

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iPhone 7 Features You Need to Know

iPhone 7 Features You Need to Know

  • 3GB RAM

It has been rumored that the upcoming iPhone 7 will have 2GB of RAM. The iPhone 7 plus will have 3GB of RAM. With Android devices having 4GB of RAM and sometimes even 6GB, it is not entirely unexpected for Apple to upgrade the RAM capacity on their flagship device

  • 256GB storage

The flagship iPhone 7 should boast of 256GB of storage, upping it from the 128GB of storage on the current iPhone 6 series.

  • Lightning port

Headphone jacks on iPhones are going to be a thing of the past, thanks to a thinner lightning port. A smart connector is also rumored to be exclusive for the 5.5 inch model of the upcoming iPhone.

  • Speakers

The upcoming iPhone 7 will boast of 4 separate speakers, if rumors are to be believed. There is supposed to be 2 speakers on top and 2 at the bottom. All the better for your music requirements.

  • Dual cameras

The iPhone 7 Plus is rumored to be available with dual cameras with improved low-light performance. This would be one of the biggest upgrades on Apple’s flagship device, considering that they patented a dual camera system with one standard wide angle lens recently.

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What do you think of the features that are reportedly available on the upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus? Are you excited for the new iPhone? Let us know in the comments below. Share this exciting news with Apple fans and iPhone lovers to let them know!

Cancel Subscription on Apple TV – How To

If you are a user of Apple TV and not too happy with it (I am not), you should probably cancel the subscription before the auto-renewal date. It is pretty easy to do that actually. Just like you can cancel subscription to Netflix or HBo, you can do the same on your Apple TV. The problem is that Apple TV doesn’t support touchscreen functionality. Things can get a little difficult while using the Siri remote. Learn how to cancel subscription on Apple TV with these simple steps.

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Cancel Subscription on Apple TV – How To

  • Navigate to the settings app on your Apple TV
  • Launch the settings app using the Siri remote.
  • Select the ‘Accounts‘ option in the settings app.
  • Select on ‘Manage subscription‘ in the Accounts menu.
  • You will be asked for your Apple ID password. Enter it.
  • Now, you will get to the menu that shows all your subscriptions. Select a subscription that you wish to cancel from the list of subscriptions.
  • Select the renewal option and then cancel the auto renewal option. Confirm when asked for it.

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That’s it. It is just that simple. Make sure you cancel subscriptions to channels you don’t like before the auto renewal date. You would not want to pay extra money for channels you don’t like.

WhoApp for iPhone – Find out Who is calling you

Recently, True Caller was launched for iPhone Users, but it is not without its faults. Such apps are handy to know who is calling you and help you to avoid answering unwanted callers and telemarketers. You can also know who is calling you before you answer calls so you know if it is important for you or not. Now, there is a new app which will help you to do just that: Check out WhoApp for iPhone – Find out who is calling you and their addresses as well.

WhoApp claims to have the world’s largest address book, so it might be well worth giving it a shot. Find out more about this app below.

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WhoApp for iPhone – Find out Who is calling you

  • WhoApp will give you the name, address, a profile picture of the caller and many more information such as email address, their location and street view!
  • After installing the app on your iPhone, when you decline a call from an unknown number, the app will ring you back instantly with all the information that you would want about the caller.
  • Also, if you are calling an unknown number, you can input the number in the app to find out details about whom you are calling to.

Limitations of WhoApp on iPhone

The app only supports a few carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular and Metro PCS. Hopefully, support for more carriers will be launched soon, as well as expanding usability of the app in many other countries as well.

WhoApp will require access to your contacts list. The developer TelTech promises to keep your privacy safe.

WhoApp is available for free on the US App store. It works with iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch with software version iOS 9.1 or later.

Have you tried WhoApp before? What do you think about it? Let me know in the comments below.


iPad 2 stopped working after iOS 9.3 Update – Fix

If you are an ardent user of the Apple iPad and you have recently upgraded the OS to iOS 9.3, chances are that your iPad 2 has stopped working. You are not the only one out there who has been facing this issue. Many owners of the iPad 2 have complained that their devices have stopped responding after they have updated to iOS 9.3. If your iPad 2 stopped working after iOS 9.3 update, here is how you can fix the problem.

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iPad 2 stopped working after iOS 9.3 update – FIX

Firstly, there have been  multiple complaints and Apple has come out with a new build for the iOS 9.3. It is called 13E236.

The update has already been rolled out for iPad owners. Check the update and see if it is also available for your device and region. If so, then you can update the iOS in your iPad 2.

If your iPad 2 is totally unresponsive to touch and any button presses, then your iPad is Bricked. Don’t worry, this is not a problem that cannot be sorted out. Download the new build of iOS 9.3 on your MAC. Plug in your device into a PC and then use iTunes to update the iOS build in your iPad 2.

That should fix the problem when your iPad 2 stopped working after iOS 9.3 update. If you have another alternative or a method to fix this, let me know in the comments below. Did this method not work for you? Comment below about why you think it did not work for you. Contact Apple to get the issue sorted out.

So that’s that. That is how you fix the issue when your iPad 2 stopped working after iOS 9.3 Update. Check out how you can unlock iCloud account on your iPhone or iPad