Anyone Can Install iOS 11 Beta Without a Developer Account, But Don’t

Anyone Can Install iOS 11 Beta Without a Developer Account, But Don’t

Every time a new fancy iOS beta surfaces, many users rush to find a way to install it and try out the latest and greatest, fanciest new features, and experience the nuisances of running beta system software. iOS 11 is no different, freshly released and carrying with it a lot of excitement. It turns out…

MacOS High Sierra Compatible Macs List

MacOS High Sierra Compatible Macs List

Apple will launch macOS High Sierra, versioned as MacOS 10.13, later in the year. With a variety of new features and enhancements to the Mac operating system on the way, you’re likely wondering if your Mac or perhaps other Mac models will be supported by the latest operating system. The good news is that macOS…

iOS 11 Compatible Devices List

iOS 11 Compatible Devices List

Are you wondering which devices will support iOS 11? While iOS 11 includes a variety of new features and refinements to the Apple operating system, only certain model iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices will support the iOS 11 release. Fortunately the compatible devices list for iOS 11 is fairly sprawling, and while a few…

How to Exit the MAN Command and Quit Man Pages Properly

How to Exit the MAN Command and Quit Man Pages Properly

  The “man” command is short for manual, and with it you can summon detailed manual page and information on nearly any other command or command line utility that is available, including using an extensive man document search to find related manual pages. While man pages are frequently used and referenced, many users don’t know…

Show the Original Item from an Alias in Mac OS

Show the Original Item from an Alias in Mac OS

Using Mac aliases as a shortcut for launching apps, files, and folders is a great trick for Mac users, particularly when you’re using a series of aliases for otherwise deeply buried items in the Finder file system. But what if you made an alias of something and you now want to access the original item…

7 of the Biggest Mac Annoyances & How to Fix Them

7 of the Biggest Mac Annoyances & How to Fix Them

The Mac is a fantastic platform that is intuitive, user friendly, easy to use, powerful, and comparatively free of problems and nuisances. But that’s not to say that Mac OS doesn’t have some frustrating aspects or features too. This post aims to address some of the bigger annoyances that may be encountered on a Mac,…

How to Convert Firmware Zip to IPSW Easily

How to Convert Firmware Zip to IPSW Easily

iOS firmware files should always arrive in IPSW file format so that they can be identified and used properly. Sometimes, users may download an IPSW firmware file for iPhone or iPad and it arrives as .zip file instead of .ipsw as expected, this usually happens on Windows computers but it can happen on a Mac…

Run Hypercard on Modern Mac OS via Web Browser

Run Hypercard on Modern Mac OS via Web Browser

Do you remember Hypercard? If you’re a (very) longtime Mac user, you might recall tinkering with the amazing Hypercard application, described by the creator as “a software erector set, which lets non-programmers put together interactive information” using the HyperTalk scripting language along with an easy to use interactive interface builder. Though Hypercard was never brought…