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On Tuesday, Apple will update us with new versions of older products, and possibly show off some new ones as well. Everything but new iPhones and Macintosh computers, which are expected at a separate event in October.

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Restoring an iPhone or iPad can be necessary sometimes, usually as a troubleshooting procedure. If you’re a Windows PC user, you can restore iPhone and iPad easily with iTunes.


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Samsung’s new power phones have arrived. The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, which start at $1,000 (£849) and $1,300 (£1,179) respectively, were unveiled earlier this month alongside three other devices in a glitzy Unpacked launch that was moved online due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Australian prices aren’t yet available, but $1,000 converts to about AU$1,390.) Read on »

“After switching to a new Huawei Mate to replace the old iPhone, I want to sync purchased iTunes music, playlists to Huawei phone, but I’m having issues with playing my iTunes music into Huawei Mate. Can anyone help me?”

If you have met the similar problem when you want to play iTunes music, playlist and Apple Music songs on Huawei Android phone, here is a simple guide that shows you how to transfer iTunes music, playlists to Huawei Mate/Honor/P/Nova and how to sync Apple Music songs to Huawei phone. Read on »

Need to setup a VPN on Mac? Setting up a VPN on MacOS is very easy, as this tutorial will walk you through the steps to accomplish a manual VPN configuration on the Mac.

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network, and VPN services are often used by businesses, enterprises, agencies, and individuals for a wide variety of purposes. Often consumers will use a VPN as a means of improving privacy, security, or being a bit more anonymous online, or to protect data that is being transferred from the Mac to the internet. Basically how a VPN works is that, when enabled, it routes data going to and from the computer to the internet through the VPN, wrapping it an encrypted layer. This is sometimes necessary for accessing internal networks for jobs and schools, and some users rely on VPN for privacy purposes. Read on »


Based on rumored specs posted on Twitter, it would appear that Huawei’s next flagship phone is going to be a monster. In addition, a render of the P40 Pro has surfaced on GizChina giving us a look at a noticeable camera bump, a curved display, and the volume rocker and power button found along the right side of the device. The buzz around the water cooler suggests that the top-of-the-line P40 Pro will sport a 6.5-inch AMOLED waterfall screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. That is twice the rate that most smartphone screens refresh at and should help deliver improved animation for video games and smoother scrolling. Read on »

T-Mobile has launched its 5G network, but iPhone users will have to wait until next year to use it.

From iMore

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We bet you couldn’t quit your phone even if you wanted to.

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If you bought a new phone, how do you transfer the data from the old one?

We know switching smartphones is so painful, and especially so when the new device has a different OS. Syncios Data Transfer is an awesome tool to solve this problem, as it allows you to migrate almost all the data from your iOS or Android devices. This includes not just contacts, videos, photographs and messages, but also call logs, music files, ebooks and apps.

It provides Windows and Mac version, which includes everything that is present in your smartphone. While setting up a new device, you will have virtually the same contents as your old one. It’s really remarkable that something like this is made possible by a program so cheap. Syncios Data Transfer will cost $29.95 for a lifetime license that will entail all the latest updates released by the makers.

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