iOS

Why you shouldn’t jailbreak your iPad

Only Apple-approved apps found in the App Store can be downloaded and installed onto iPads and other Apple devices. Users who want to install apps not authorized by Apple often resort to jailbreaking their devices. What exactly is jailbreaking, and what are its effects on your iPad? Read on to find out. What is jailbreaking? […

Thinking of jailbreaking your iPad? Think again

If you’re looking for ways to install unofficial apps on your iPad or change its default operating system, then you’ve probably heard of jailbreaking. But before you have your device jailbroken, here are some important facts you need to know. What is jailbreaking? Jailbreaking or rooting is the process of removing manufacturer and/or carrier restrictions […

Why jailbreaking your iPad is a bad idea

Many iPad users are usually happy with their device, but there are a few who want to install apps that are not on the App Store and even change the performance of their device outside of what Apple allows. The only way to do this is through jailbreaking. This article will discuss what jailbreaking is […

5 Tips for customizing your new iPad

Whether you purchased an iPad for personal use or work, there are several things you need to configure before using it. But if you’re not familiar with the menus on the Settings app, these five tips will help. Touch ID The first thing you must change is iPadOS’s fingerprint recognition features. When configured properly, this […

Not sure what to do with your new iPad? Start here

Even though Apple devices are less customizable than their Android counterparts, new iPads have dozens of settings to configure. Tackling the most important ones takes only a few minutes if you know where to start. Check out our recommendations for the top five most useful iPad settings. Touch ID The first thing you must change […

5 Settings every new iPad owner should change

Apple’s iPadOS has been through countless updates over the years. It can be difficult to keep up with all the new features and settings, so we don’t blame you for feeling overwhelmed when setting up your new iPad. Although every user has different preferences, there are at least five settings most people should be using. […

Safeguard your mobile devices with these tips

Mobile devices are generally less secure than laptop and desktop computers. While there are available anti-malware applications for smartphones and tablets, they aren’t as comprehensive as those for laptops and desktops. Additionally, some mobile devices aren’t compatible with certain security applications or measures implemented by businesses. That’s why it’s even more important to keep track […