Of all of the features in Apple’s eco system, iCloud is the most interesting, and the most potentially confusing. There is a lot of misinformation out there about ‘the cloud’ and what it does, how safe it is, and how to use it. The truth is, the iCloud system is one of the most useful […]Continue reading
There used to be a tool supplied by Apple to check whether an iPhone or iPad you were offered for sale was lost or stolen – not nay more. Apple have removed the iCloud Activation Lock without any explanation. Here’s what we know.Continue reading
Apple’s Family Sharing tools in iOS and OS allow for shared photos, apps, music and lots more. It offers savings on purchases from the App Store as well as flexible sharing. In this complete guide we show you how to get set up and how to get the most out of your Family Sharing.
We are asked regularly about the mysteries of iCloud – after all trying to help people make sense of iCloud is why we started this site in the first place! And, the truth is, that it has become much easier to use and slightly easier to understand over the last few years. But, there are some common problems and we’ve listed the quick fixes in this post.Continue reading
This post gives you a few essential pointers about using two-step verification security on your iPad. We tell you easy to follow instructions on how to set it up, with pictures, but also cover some of the reasons why you might like to consider using it – both from a security perspective and a hassle perspective.Continue reading
You thought it couldn’t be done, but you can indeed login to iCloud on both a Windows PC and even an Android smartphone. Yes iCloud was designed to work for Apple products such as the Macbook Pro, and a variety of handheld devices including the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. People have been accessing iCloud from Android […]
With the introduction of OS X 10.10 Yosemite this Fall, the iWork suite got a nice new overhaul. Now it’s time for some renovation on the online counterpart; iWork for iCloud. About iWork iWork is basically Apple’s version of Microsoft Office – we have Pages (Word), Numbers (Excel) and Keynote (PowerPoint). They enable you to […]Continue reading
October 16th, the day Apple will finally announce the news of OS X Yosemite and other design features across it’s product ranges – such as the new improvements to the iPad family. After the excitement of all the major announcements at Apple’s major media launch on 9.9, the nuggets of information we were so excited to […]Continue reading