Thursday, September 22, 2016

How to Open Applications From Anywhere, Unidentified Developers, App Store in macOS Sierra


If you are long time mac user then you already use downloaded apps on mac from other sites or even unidentified developers. On the previous version of OS X then was an option to allows applications to open from anywhere. Which let you run any downloaded apps from anywhere. But recently on the macOS Sierra apple has sadly removed this option. Which means you won't be able to install apps from anywhere or website than trusted developers or App Store.


Well it's not the end of the world as Apple has removed this feature. But no worries YOU CAN TURN ON this feature again using a small code via terminal in your mac. Please subscribe to our youtube channel (iAppleStuffsPRO) to support us and say thanks for this tip on twitter +iApple Stuffs (@iAppleStuffs). Apple have removed this function on macOS Sierra, but you can re-enable it running this in terminal. No worries!


How to Open Applications From Anywhere, Unidentified Developers, App Store in macOS Sierra


So follow this article to easily enable that feature again in your macOS Sierra. It's too easy. Apple has already released iOS 10.x beta, watchOS 3.x and macOS 10.12.1 beta's. If you want to install the beta versions on your devices then register your iPhone,iPad,Mac to Apple Developer Program here > to install them legitimately for 1 year.

Anyways, let's get back to the topic how to turn on that feature again in macOS Sierra which will allow you to run any apps from anywhere.

So first of all, Open Terminal app from your Application folder.
Now copy this command in your mac and paste it on terminal - 

sudo spctl --master-disable 
Now type your account password if you have and press Enter and done.



Just open System Preferences and go to Security & Privacy and go to General Tab.
And you will get this option back again.




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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Apple released the iOS 10.1 beta 1, macOs Sierra 10.12.1 (beta 1) and watchOS 3.1 beta

Just last week Apple officially released the iOS 10. And today Apple released the new iOS 10.1 beta 1 to the developers. It's available to developers only but if you want then you can also install the iOS 10.1 beta by simply registering your iPhone UDID to our Apple Developer Account here > Apple is bringing a lot of new features and improvements for the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus.

As of right now, the iOS 10.1 developer release has these features and the software fixes motion handling, and that developers will be able to access barometric pressure data for iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, and the iPad Pro.



The new software can be installed through the dedicated Apple developer site. We are updating our iPhones now. If there is anything new discovered in the beta release, we’ll update this post accordingly.

So far What’s New in iOS 10.1 Beta 1

Portrait Mode:

Apple has brought the highly-anticipated Portrait Mode to the stock Camera app for iPhone 7 Plus owners. With Portrait Mode, users will be able to get a shallow depth-of-field shot, similar to what’s available on a DSLR. It will put the main image in focus, while the background will have a slight blur. he Portrait mode, which prominently displays a beta notification prominently on first launch, resides to the right side of the standard photo mode in your camera app. There is no zooming, digital or otherwise, in Portrait mode. Instead, the Portrait mode exclusively uses the 56mm lens to shoot the image and the wide angle lens to gather the perspective data that allows it to generate a 9-layer depth map

Source: TechCrunch


macOS Sierra 10.12.1 (beta 1) & watchOS 3.1

Apple has issued the first macOS 10.12.1 developer beta in addition to the first Xcode 8.1 developer beta. The updates come just one day after Apple officially released the major macOS Sierra update for all users, you can update your mac to Apple Developer program here > and install the new macOS Sierra 10.12.1 which the latest macOS now.



The new macOS 10.12.1 developer beta features build version 16B2327e while the first Xcode 8.1 beta has build version 8T29o. We’ll dig into the first update to macOS Sierra and update with any notable changes.

The macOS Sierra 10.12.1 update improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac. Along with these updates Apple has also released the watchOS 3.1 beta 1 for Apple Watch Series 1 and Apple Watch Series 2.


That's all so far now, stay tuned for more updates.
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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Apple Just Released the macOS Sierra. Here's whats new and Download it now from the App Store

So today we earlier posted an Article on  How to prepare your mac for installing macOS Sierra, be sure check that article first before continuing this article.



Today Apple released the world's most advanced operating system "macOS Sierra" (Version 10.12). making the latest Mac operating system available for free to all Mac users around the world. Apple seeded eight betas of macOS Sierra and multiple versions of the golden master before its official launch.

This time, macOS Sierra (10.12), which follows OS X Yosemite (10.10) and OS X El Capitan (10.11), features a new name that brings it in line with Apple's other operating systems, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. The update focuses heavily on introducing new features to better integrate with the iPhone and Apple Watch and improve user experience.

macOS Sierra brings Siri to the Mac, allowing users to some conduct voice searches to find files through Siri, look up information, and more, with the ability to pin searches to the Notification Center for continual monitoring. This made your life much easier. There are new Continuity features including an "Auto Unlock" option for unlocking a Mac with an Apple Watch, and a "Universal Clipboard" option for copying text on one Apple device and pasting it on another.

Apple Pay is coming to the web in macOS Sierra, with payments authenticated through an iPhone or Apple Watch, and new features like multiple tabs, Picture in Picture multitasking, optimized storage, and revamped emoji are also available.

What's New in macOS Sierra

Let's Start with SIRI


Yes ! Now you have Siri on your mac just like you have it on your iPhone,iPads. Apple’s voice assistant finally coming to the Mac is the headlining new feature. You can ask Siri questions about your Mac, control Finder, and do many of the same things that you can do on Siri everywhere else without interrupting your work on the Mac.

Siri does have some limitations on the Mac, though. There’s no HomeKit support yet and podcast control isn’t quite ready. It is fun to send messages and set reminders with Siri on the Mac and controlling or asking about your hardware is pretty clever. You can even pin Siri queries to the Today view for easy reference.

Auto Unlock

This is the BEST FEATURE of macOS Sierra. I just simply love it. macOS Sierra testers have been saying that Auto Unlock makes wearing an Apple Watch worth it. Just wear your Apple Watch with watchOS 3 and you can skip your log in. It saves a lot of time. It's actually better than using MacID type applications. Though i also still use MacID for some other reasons.

Apple Pay

If you have iPhone 6 or later running iOS 10 or an Apple Watch with watchOS 3, you can actually check out with websites on your Mac using Apple Pay in Safari is skip the process of filling out your billing and shipping information. You can test Apple Pay on the web with Apple.com and plenty of other sites are already offering Apple’s mobile payment service at checkout.

When you select Apple Pay at checkout, your iPhone or Apple Watch will ask you to verify the transaction then the whole process is complete. It’s very fast and very convenient.

iCloud Drive


Now you can use iCloud instead of Dropbox also. Whatever is in your desktop and documents it will be available in all your Apple devices also across your iCloud account. If you pay for upgraded iCloud storage (or just don’t have much to sync), iCloud Drive on macOS Sierra lets you set your desktop and documents folders to sync. The benefit is that you can see your desktop across multiple Macs and on iOS and the web with the iCloud Drive app and iCloud.com.

iTunes 12.5


New itunes, new interface and new Looks ! Go for Musics, Follow this article to use Apple Music free for life time. Apple recently released an updated version of iTunes that overhauls the Apple Music experience similar to the changes on iOS 10. macOS Sierra includes the latest version of iTunes out of the box.

iMessages


You need iOS 10 to unlock the full potential of iMessage with features like drawing, stickers, and screen effects, but macOS Sierra has some new Messages smart included. Emoji are much larger now, you can use Tapback to react to specific messages, and rich inline previews show you URLs, tweets, video embeds, and more without you having to click.

You can also view a lot of the new Messages effects like invisible ink, handwritten messages, and stickers, although you can’t create these from the Mac and iMessage apps aren’t supported. Screen effects like fireworks and balloons are sadly reduced to parenthetical descriptions for now too.

Optimized Storage 



If you’re running low on space or just want to put your Mac to work, macOS Sierra includes some new Optimize Storage options that let you manage your data smarter on a low capacity drive. For example, you can set your trash can to empty after 30 days or look for large files that you may want to delete. If you use iCloud, you can also allow macOS Sierra to offload rarely used files from your local storage if you run out of disk space.

Photos & Memories 


Agree that, you most of the time / never check back your old photos that you took once upon a time. Now apple has given you new options and you will love seeing your old photos back. Apple’s built-in Photos app continues to get smarter with macOS Sierra thanks to a new face recognition engine, the ability to search for objects and scenery, view your faces by location, and more. There’s even a new Memories feature similar to iOS 10, although videos aren’t supported on the Mac for some reason. The latest version of Photos also includes various enhancements throughout the app like mousing over a collection to view what’s inside and tweaked editing controls.

Picture in Picture Pan mode

iOS 9 introduced picture in picture to the iPad last year and now macOS Sierra is bringing it to the Mac. This lets you watch videos in Safari in a pop out window that floats over your other active windows. You can option-click  and drag windows to any part of the display which isn’t currently possible on iPad.

Safari Tabs

You probably use tabs the most in Safari or Chrome, and Finder gained tabs in a recent OS X update. Now macOS Sierra is making tabs easier for all applications and adding the tab feature to built-in apps like Maps and TextEdit. Three cheers for window management.

Universal Clipboard

Finally, we have universal clipboard which is a pretty ambition feature. You’re clipboard can sync between Macs, iPhone, and iPad so you can copy a line of text on your Mac and paste it in Messages on your iPhone. The clipboard expires after a couple of minutes so you can’t accidentally paste something that you copied hours ago or get your clipboards confused. When it works (most of the time) it’s really impressive and useful. The hardest part is remembering that such an invisible feature is there. i love this feature the most.

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Monday, September 19, 2016

How to prepare mac for installing macOS Sierra

macOS is the world's most advanced operating system. It's far more productive and faster than any windows. It's only can be installed in macintosh hardware, means you won't be able to install it on your windows PCs. However, using the Virtual box and other Hackintosh methods it can be installed in a PC but it still it won't be same as you have it on a mac. macOS Sierra is really beautiful and will enhance your world flow and take it to next level. Apple improved the OS X El capital and added new features like Unlocking your mac from Apple Watch, Continuity, Universal copy-paste and iWorks just got better and better. If you should update your mac to macOS Sierra. The most amazing thing on macOS Sierra is " SIRI ". Now you will be able to use Siri on your macs. It's really great.

Apple has already released the macOS Sierra Gold Master Edition 2 developers a few days ago, Which is the final version of macOS Sierra. To install it you need to register your mac to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your mac to our Apple Developer Account for a year > and install it right away now.



Apple will officially release the macOS Sierra to the public today (20th September 2016). Means, It will be available in the App Store for a straight forward update. You will just need your Apple ID and a mac to install it over.

How to prepare your mac for installing macOS Sierra

There are two ways you can install the macOS sierra on your macs. The first method is a Clean fresh installation using a bootable macOS Sierra USB. You will need an 8GB per drive and the macOS Sierra installation file and a mac to make it a bootable USD and then install it. Another easy way is just to download the macOS Sierra from App Store in your mac and just click on it to install it over your current OS X. We will always recommend you to have a clean installation, it's better to start everything fresh. 

So we are going to provide you some guidelines here on how to prepare your macs to install macOS Sierra. 

Let start with letting your know if your mac is capable of install the macOS Sierra or not. It's a good news for some people and also sad news for some people who won't be able to install the Sierra. According to Apple website, these macs will support macOS Sierra:
  • MacBook (Late 2009 or newer)
  • MacBook Pro (Mid 2010 or newer)
  • MacBook Air (Late 2010 or newer)
  • Mac mini (Mid 2010 or newer)
  • iMac (Late 2009 or newer)
  • Mac Pro (Mid 2010 or newer)
So be sure that, your mac is one of them and continue to read this article. Even if your mac doesn't support the Sierra, then also read this guideline and save this page as you will always need this instruction before you install any OS X / MacOS.


Check your Storage Space:

You need to have at least 25GB of Free space to install the macOS Sierra on your mac. You can check this at by clicking on the Apple Logo on your title bar and click on About Mac. And then click on Storage.

So if you don't have that much of free space then just delete some unused files or copy some large applications/movies/files to your pen drive. We will recommend you to have Time machine backup. So that's the first thing you should do before even deleting anything.


Create a backup of everything in Time Machine:

Time machine backup is the best thing that Id love in a mac. You actually never lose a single date if you have a time machine backup enabled. It's not like you need to buy a time capsule, or Apple Airport extremes to have a time machine backup. You can simply put any external hard disk on your mac and set it for a time machine backup. It's so easy. Just Format the HDD into mac journal format.

Open up the System Preferences and go to Time Machine. And turn ON automatic time machine backup. 


Once you create the backup then you are all set for the update and now just wait for Apple to update the macOS on the App Store or register your mac UDID to Apple Developer Account here > and download and install the macOS Sierra from iAppleStuffs Download Section.

And today the world is will try to download the macOS Sierra from the App Store. So the download speed might be slow today. But slowly it will be fine. So don't get panic. Apple won't let you down.

Downgrade from macOS Sierra

If you don't like the new macOS Sierra after the installation or if you feel like your mac is running slow in the macOS then you can always go back to OS X El Capitan or Mavericks / Mountain Lion.

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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Apple unleashes iPhone 7 & Apple Watch Series 2 ads focusing on water-resistant designs, fitness features

Just weeks back Apple has released the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and the Apple Watch Series 2. All of those are great products and helps you to get more productive. Today Apple has released a pair of new ads for its latest smartphone, as well as a new ad for the Apple Watch Series 2.  For the iPhone 7, the two new TV advertisements focus on the water-resistant capabilities and the camera’s improved low-light functionality. Like before this time also, The new Apple Watch Series 2 ad continues Apple’s fitness push.

New iPhone 7,iPhone 7 Plus and Apple Watch Series 2 Ads

The first iPhone 7 ad is called “Morning Ride” and features a biker using the device for mapping during an early morning ride through the rain. This ad truly shows off the new matte black color option.



The second ad is called “Midnight” and shows that an iPhone 7 Plus user going out late at night to take advantage of the new dual-camera system on the device. The water-resistant design is highlighted yet on this one also, with some of the images being taken in the rain. “Midnight” comes in at 1-minute long and showcases the new, hard to find Jet Black color option. If it's was the same in my country i would have done the same just as it was shown in the ad. You can do it also. Apple's ads are always great.



This times new Apple Watch Series 2 (AKA Apple Watch 2) ad, “Go Time,” continues Apple fitness push. The Apple watch  really helps you to be productive, it pushes you the motivation to move around and finish Activity circle. The improved waterproofing is shown off, as is the new Workout option for swimming. Subscribe to iAppleStuffsPRO youtube channel here-

The Watch’s new GPS is also put to use in the ad, while the new dual-core processor is also touted in the video’s description. The “Go Time” ad is a 1-minute long spot.



Apple Watch Series 2 is designed for all the ways you like to move. With Built-in GPS, Water resistance up to 50 meters, and a super fast Dual-Core processor, it will inspire and motivate you every step, stretch, jump and pedal of the way. You should get an Apple Watch also if you don't have. However you can go for the Apple Watch Series 1 also, it will save you extra bucks as Series 1 is also waterproof to some extent as we have seen in youtube videos. But apple has never mentioned it.


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Friday, September 16, 2016

Apple releases the 2nd macOS Sierra Golden Master to developers


It's very unlikely that Apple has released another GM versions 2 of macOS Sierra. It never happened before as the Gold Master edition is the final version. But it's good that Apple has fixed the errors and bugs in this built.  Just eight days after releasing the macOS Sierra Golden Master, Apple has released a second version of the GM to registered developers today. Available via the Apple Developer Center, the new GM is build 16A323, while the previous one was 16A320. Scheduled to be released to the public on Tuesday, September 20th, this version of macOS Sierra will most likely be the final version. If you want to install the macOS Sierra on your mac now then register your mac to Apple Developer Account > and install the macOS Sierra now. It's faster and more productive than the OS X El Capitan.

It is currently unknown what specific improvements were made to this second build.
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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Samsung Said To Drop Headphone Jack From Galaxy S8 Like the new iPhone 7 Because Apple...

Apple is the first mover in many things. Sometimes you just have to step forward, be brave and leave the rest and trust that, it will be great ! Apple may have had a lot of shade and disdain thrown its way from consumers and analysts alike with the announcement that the 3.5mm headphone jack has been removed from iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, but it’s looking likely that it won’t be the last smartphone manufacturer to walk that path. Now you know the drill Samsung will always copy Apple. This time, also it's nothing new. They are also removing the headphone jack from their phones.



South Korea-based Samsung may have a lot on its plate at the moment dealing with the fallout from the exploding Galaxy Note 7 saga, but it looks as though the company is also considering going head-to-head with Apple in the headphone stakes by removing the 3.5mm port from its own devices going forward.

Do you know that, Apple has officially released the iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 3 > you can install them now from the itunes, app store or go for OTA updates. Better to go for the update manually using itunes.



When questioned, Apple is able to give a number of extremely valid reasons why the headphone jack has been removed from the iPhone 7, and presumably from all future iPhone and iPad hardware that the company releases.



However, Phil Schiller announced on stage during the company’s September 7 event that it really comes to having the “courage” to believe something is right in the long-term, and actually following that process through, regardless of short-term consumer reaction. That decision ultimately means that consumers will be forced to tether headphones to the new device(s) using an adapter (included in the box), opt to use a set of Lightning-enabled headphones (also included in the box), or of course, there is the option of going entirely wireless, either with Apple’s own AirPods, or something similar. Also removing the headphone jack also hints that the iPhone 7s will be way thinner than the iPhone 7 now. It's time to move forward and make new things which were not previously possible.

It now looks as though Samsung could be looking to follow the path that Apple has laid out by removing the iconic headphone jack from its own devices in favour of yet another proprietary port. If that happens, then Samsung would own and control license to that port, and therefore require headphone manufacturers to actually pay royalties to the company if they wanted to produce hardware that would support the new Samsung input standard. If they wanted to play hardball, then it would also be entirely possible for the competitive company to undercut Apple’s own fees, convincing manufacturers to concentrate on headphone hardware offering Samsung device compatibility. If you want to download the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7s wallpapers that are on that device now then get it from this article >

It’s fairly obvious that Apple has opened a can of worms here that will more than likely result in more and more manufacturers following suit. It’s difficult to see the direct benefit for the end consumer if we do end up in a war of replacement input types, but it could potentially mean that more quality wireless hardware built on the Bluetooth standard is offered to negate the issue.
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What's new and how to update to watchOS 3 on your Apple Watch

The release of watchOS 3 for Apple Watch is being pushed as a major change for the wearable platform, tweaking and in some cases completely revamping how the platform operates. Before you update your Apple Watch to watchOS 3, here's a quick guide on the changes.

New changes in watchOS 3


  1. The side button is now a quick link to a new dedicated dock
  2. There are new complications and watch faces, including fitness-focused options
  3. Swipe up on a watch face for Control Center, and swipe left or right to switch faces
  4. A new Breathe app helps you relax
  5. Emergency SOS could save your life
  6. Send text messages directly from your Apple Watch by scribbling letters on the screen
  7. New apps: Reminders, Home, Find My Friends, heart rate

How to update watchOS on your Apple Watch

WatchOS 3 is now officially available for update for everyone. First of all, your iPhone that is paired to your Apple Watch must be running iOS 10 for watchOS 3 to be available. When your iPhone has been updated, then you can open the Apple Watch app, then choose General, then Software Update.

Updating requires your Apple Watch battery to be at least 50 percent charged, and it must be plugged into an external power source.

Finding what's new


After watchOS 3 is installed, the first changes can be found right from your watch face. Swipe up from the bottom of the display to access the new Control Center. With watchOS 3, Apple has removed the glances view.

Edge gestures from the left and right side of the display will quickly switch between watch faces. With this feature, you can have specialized faces for certain tasks — for example, using one of the new Activity faces for exercise tracking.


Apple has also changed its policy on complications in watchOS 3, and encourages all third-party apps to offer a watch face complication, even if it's just a simple link to the app.

Accordingly, all first-party apps in watchOS 3 include a complication. New additions include Music, Find My Friends, Home, and even a new, separate weather conditions complication (which can be used in tandem with a temperature complication).

Perhaps the biggest change to watchOS 3 comes once you venture away from the watch face and press the side button. While before the side button brought up quick contacts, it now provides access to an all-new watch app dock.

The dock serves a few purposes: It shows a snapshot of the app in its current state, allowing apps to provide quick-view information without opening the software. In this respect, it replaces the now-defunct glances view.

It's also a quick way to load your favorite and recently used apps. Preferred apps can be pinned to the dock, much like in macOS or iOS. Recently opened apps automatically populate the remaining, non-pinned slots, which can be found by scrolling toward the right.

Recently opened apps include a "Keep in Dock" button below if a user wants to pin them. And pinned apps can be removed by sliding up and selecting "Remove."

There are a great deal of other changes in watchOS 3, including handwriting recognition for sending text messages, an Emergency SOS feature that can call 9-1-1 and notify loved ones, and the ability to create watch faces from the Apple Watch app for iPhone. AppleInsider will offer closer, more detailed looks at all of the individual new watchOS 3 features in the coming days.
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Apple officially releases the iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10 and available for free update OTA and iTunes

The big things are here now. Apple on Tuesday, September 13th, 2016, made available iOS 10 for iPads, iPhones, and the iPod touch bringing mass enhancements to messages, Maps, Siri, Photos, Apple Music, News, and more.


Apple releases iOS 10, WatchOS 3, tvOS 10

After the beta series now the final versions are officially released for everyone. You guys can now install the latest iOS 10 using iTunes. The first version of iOS 10, version 10.0.1, can be downloaded free through iTunes or as an over-the-air update through the Software Update function in the iOS Settings app. I will suggest people update using iTunes not over the air this time. As many people are having issues to update via over the air. So please install it using iTunes. The update has left some hardware behind, running on the iPod touch sixth generation, iPhone 5, iPad Mini 2, and iPad fourth generation and newer.

iOS 10 features a redesigned Control Center, a new Lock screen, a new widgets screen, implementation of a Siri SDK for developers, a "Home" app for HomeKit, a new Raise to Wake feature >, and a redesigned Maps.

Apple Music has been overhauled with a new interface, a "My New Music Mix" feature with 25 tracks a week selected by a user's musical taste, and other refinements.

Messages are vastly improved and have added a number of emoji-related enhancements, dynamic text bubbles, hooks for developers, and rich links with images automatically integrated into chats.

Apps for iOS 10 started arriving on the App Store on Monday, including apps with hooks into Messages. Alongside iOS 10, Apple has also made available watchOS 3, and tvOS 10.

watchOS 3

Apple's watchOS 3 brings a great deal of battery life enhancements, and speed improvements to the Apple Watch. A user's favorite apps will be kept in memory, background updates will pre-cache data, and apps will launch instantly on the new OS. Follow this link to install watchOS 3 on your Apple Watch >

Apple is also planning to launch a series of new customizable watch faces in watchOS 3, including a fitness-focused one that presents activity rings in a large size, and a new Minnie Mouse option. watchOS 3 also makes it easier to switch between watch faces with a swipe.

tvOS 10

Apple's revision to tvOS brings enhancements to the iPhone remote app, as well as ultimately implementing a unified credentialing process for entering cable subscription data once, with propagation to all the compatible apps simultaneously.

tvOS is downloadable directly from the Apple TV and is only compatible with the fourth generation Apple TV.

iOS 10.0.1 IPSW files range between 2.17 GB for the iPod Touch, to 2.64 GB for the iPhone 5s. "Over the air" updates are around 1.1GB. The tvOS download is 1.33 GB.

Server load is heavy, and previous releases of Apple's OS suites have been wracked with slow downloads for the first few hours.
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Monday, September 12, 2016

Download the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Wallpapers


The new iPhpne 7 and 7 plus wallpapers are here now available to download. You can just download them from this post or you can simply open this page on your Safari in iPhone and save this images to your iPhone and set them as wallpapers for free. Apple usually bundles a new set of wallpapers with every new iPhone release and the iPhone 7 is no exception here. To show off the wider color gamut range of the display, the new wallpapers on iPhone 7 look pretty simple with one dominant color. Click on the images to view it on a large scale.







Apple seeded iOS 10 GM for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to developers. While installing the update, developers were able to also get the full release notes of iOS 10, which provides details about all the new features and improvements.

Golden Master is the final build of iOS 10 before the software is publicly released and usually, has the same build number as the one that is pre-installed on the new iPhones. Developers will be able to use it to submit their iOS 10 compatible apps to the App Store. Since iOS 10 GM is the final build, it is safe to say that this is the official iOS 10 release notes when it will be released to the public next week. Apple has announced that iOS 10 will be released on September 13. If you want to install the iOS 10 GM edition then you must register your iPhone/iPad to an Apple Developer Account > 


While the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have not launched yet, the wallpapers from them have been extracted for your existing iPhone. The catch here is that the wallpapers are static in nature, which when combined with their relatively simple look might seem a bit boring. I am sure the new wallpapers will look pretty rad on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus thanks to their wider color gamut displays, but on existing iPhones, they don’t particularly look breathtaking.

Do note that all the wallpapers below are different from the new set of wallpapers that Apple already includes in iOS 10.

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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Apple is Very Committed to the Mac and 'Stay Tuned' ....says Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple's big iPhone event they have unveiled new iPhone, Apple Watch, iOS 10 and watchOS 3 but Apple didn't mention anything about the MacBook or macOS. Apple CEO Tim Cook has responded to a MacRumors reader's email about the lack of a long-awaited MacBook Pro refresh, stressing that he "loves the Mac" and that Apple is "very committed" to it. He said that, to wait.  He told the customer, who wishes to remain anonymous, to "stay tuned," suggesting that updates to the Mac lineup are on the horizon.


iAppleStuffs, cannot fully confirm the authenticity of the email, but it does appear to originate from Apple's corporate servers based on full headers we saw. Time cook sometimes responds to the customer's email, once he said that, he checks his every email. Here is the screenshot of the email:

Anyways, Apple has released the iOS 10 GM (final version), watchOS 3 (GM), macOS Sierra (GM) right after the iPhone 7 release. The macOS Sierra will be finally released to the public on this 20th September 2016. If you want to install the final version of it now then you can install it by registering your device to the Apple Developer Account as the macOS Sierra is already available to the developers now. We are offering iPhone, iPad, iPod and mac UDID  registrations to Apple Developer Account only for $15 for a year subscription. So if you want then you can add your iPhone/iPad/Mac/Apple Watch to Apple Developer Account here > and enjoy all the beta versions early always for a  year.

Apple is soon likely to announce the new mac in this October. An update to the Mac lineup at some point is inevitable, and the bigger focus is now on when that will happen. The latest word is that Apple will release new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models with USB-C ports as early as October, while updated iMac models with an option for new AMD graphics chips are also in the works.

That report reiterated rumors that the new MacBook Pro will be thinner and include an OLED-based touch bar along the top of the flatter keyboard, which will present functions that dynamically fit the current task or application, as well as integrate Touch ID to enable users to quickly log in using their fingerprint.

Our own Mac Buyer's Guide shows that it has been 479 days since the MacBook Pro was last updated, while the MacBook Air has not been refreshed in 550 days. Similarly, the Mac mini has not been refreshed in 694 days, while the Mac Pro is five days shy of 1000 days since its last update. iMacs stand at 332 days. That's all so far now.
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Friday, September 09, 2016

The pre-order of iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and Apple Watch Series 2 are now available

On the September 7th Apple released their two major iPhones. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus. Both are amazing and yes you would like to buy them for their great features and amazing designs. Specially the Jet back colour iPhone 7 plus. You have got all the reasons to buy it.

Apple starts taking iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Preorder

As expected, the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and Apple Watch Series 2 are now available to pre-order via Apple’s Online Store. The store went down earlier tonight in preparation for the launch, while the new devices will be available in Apple retail locations next Friday, September 16th. Shipping times are slipping across the board. Most black and jet black iPhones are now at 2-3 and 4-6 weeks shipping, respectively.



In addition to the Apple Online Store, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are available to preorder from carriers, as well. T-Mobile is offering a free iPhone 7 to anyone who trades in an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s. Sprint has matched that deal, while it is also offering the 256GB iPhone for $100 off.



Apple yesterday seeded iOS 10 GM for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to developers. While installing the update, developers were able to also get the full release notes of iOS 10, which provides details about all the new features and improvements.

Golden Master is the final build of iOS 10 before the software is publicly released and usually, has the same build number as the one that is pre-installed on the new iPhones. Developers will be able to use it to submit their iOS 10 compatible apps to the App Store. Since iOS 10 GM is the final build, it is safe to say that this is the official iOS 10 release notes when it will be released to the public next week. Apple has announced that iOS 10 will be released on September 13. If you want to install the iOS 10 GM edition then you must register your iPhone/iPad to an Apple Developer Account > 

Below is the pricing breakdown for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (at full price):

iPhone 7 Price


32GB – $649
128GB – $749
256GB – $849

iPhone 7 Plus


32GB – $769
128GB – $869
256GB – $969

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Apple is meeting with augmented reality contact lens firm EPGL to discuss possible iOS support

Technology is moving forward everyday to make our life more easier and better than yesterday. Apple is known as the master of innovation. Now they are thinking about Augmenrealitylity contact lenses support with iOS system. Apple's iOS might be first to support an augmented reality contact lens system currently in development at EP Global Communications, as the two companies are scheduled to meet next week to discuss potential platform integrations. While back we posted that, Apple is moving towards Augmented reality were Tim Cook said that AG is the core technology of future of Apple Inc >


According to a tweet posted to EPGL's official Twitter account late last month, the firm is slated to meet with Apple on Sept. 13 "to explore use of iOS for mobile in future augmented reality lenses." EPGL has not yet settled on a single mobile operating system to pair with its AR contact lens project, the company clarified in a statement to AppleInsider .

Apple yesterday released the new iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Apple Watch Series 2 and also released the iOS 10 Gold Master Edition and macOS Sierra Gold Master bulit. If you want then you can also install it on your iPhone 6s,6,5s,5 and plus models and macOS Sierra into your macs by registering your iPhone/Mac to an Apple Developer Account. We also offer udid registration of iPhone,iPad,Mac to Apple Developer Account only for $15, so if you want to install these on your device early then register your devices here to Apple Developer Account >


"We are having an introductory conversation with Apple about the iOS platform, being the chosen platform for our augmented lens development program," said Michael Hayes, President, EP Global Communications. "We anticipate that our augmented lenses will communicate with smart phone applications for display, so we must explore platforms that we can become compatible with. iOS is obviously one of the platforms we are keenly interested in."

While Hayes stressed EPGL is strictly in the preliminary stages of sounding out potential mobile OS integrations, the company's AR contact lens system — to which iOS devices might one day connect — appears to be advancing through the development process at a more rapid pace. Evidenced in the photo above, EPGL has demonstrated the viability of integrating electronic circuitry into a silicone hydrogel contact lens, the first step toward projecting computer generated graphics into a user's field of vision.

Further, the firm has a number of granted and pending patents in the "smart contact lenses" and "augmented vision" fields. Last month, EPGL received its first U.S. patent grant for a "System for Contact Lens Wireless Communication," which details a method of connecting a pair of contact lenses with a host device using wireless technology. A separate piece of recently allowed IP describes a "Smart Storage Case" that acts as a liquid charging dock for future lenses.

EPGL's smart contact lens technology, which started life as a now-defunct partnership with CooperVision, has drawn interest from industry heavyweights. In April, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, known for its Acuvue contact lens product line, won first rights to negotiate a purchase of pending EPGL technologies.

EPGL is expected to elaborate on potential Apple device support at its Smart Vision Conference 2016 on Sept. 23.

Some technology industry watchers believe virtual reality/augmented reality is the logical evolution of mobile computing. VR headsets, which transport users to a space a wholly created by a computer, has been around for years, while practical AR systems are a more recent development. Unlike VR, AR tech usually employs projectors or transparent displays to overlay data onto real world objects.

With product offerings like Oculus Rift and HTC's Vive, VR is slowly catching on with the gaming set, but a clear path to AR has been more elusive.

Tech titan Google dabbled with a simplified form of AR — technically a wearable heads-up display — in Google Glass, while Microsoft went a step further with its HoloLens project. Shadowy startup Magic Leap promises to combine VR and AR to create a completely new experience called merged reality, though public showings of the technology has been limited to flashy hands-off demonstrations.

Apple, too, has shown interest in AR/VR solutions, and holds a number of patents covering both software and hardware implementations. Most recently, the iPhone maker patented technology that provides for enhanced visual navigation using iPhone's camera and onboard sensor suite.

Apple CEO Tim Cook last month confirmed the company's stance on AR, saying Apple is investing heavily in the fledgling market sector.  That's all so far now. Stay tuned for more latest updates on Apple.

Source: AppleInsider
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Thursday, September 08, 2016

All things you need to know about Apple Watch Series 2 before preorders begin on Friday, Sept. 9


Yesterday Apple just unveiled their all new products - the new iPhone 7,7plus and watchOS 3, iOS 10, new Apple Watch called Apple Watch Series 2. The second-generation device ships next week with GPS capabilities, faster processor, swim-proof housing, a new ceramic edition and more. To be honest with you, I really didn't like the Apple watch series 2. I had more expectation from Apple, I didn't just want a waterproof Apple Watch 2. If you guys are not aware of it, then know your Apple Watch first gen (Series 1 called now) is also waterproof at some extend but apple never mentioned it. Personally, I went inside pool with the Apple Watch Sport and was inside water for like 20-30 mins and nothing happened to my Apple Watch. Apple just never mentioned it that your Apple Watch was also water resistant.




The Apple Watch Series 2 looks much the same as its predecessor on the outside.  It has the same looks of the first gen model. You won't notice much difference in the Apple Watch Series 2. However, the new version is powered by a dual-core processor and — much to the delight of avid runners and frequent travelers — on-board GPS. This means users can navigate Maps, track runs, and complete other geolocation tasks without being tethered to an iPhone.

For swimmers, the new Series 2 Apple Watch is not just splash-resistant like Apple Watch Series 1, but also water-resistant to a depth of 50 meters, the industry standard for a swim watch.

Hikers and other outdoorsy types will have fewer issues when taking Watch outside, as the new iteration comes with a much brighter screen. Apple calls it the brightest display that they have ever shipped, on any device.

Apple Watch Series 2 starts at $369 for all 38mm aluminum versions, while 42mm models come in at $399. Apple is offering the same silver, gold, rose gold and Space Black colorways in both sizes, with a choice of sport or woven nylon band.

Stainless steel and Space Black stainless steel Apple Watch Series 2 models start at $549 for the 38mm version with sports band, or $599 for 42mm. Leather bands, Milanese Loop, and stainless steel link bands are also available at an additional cost.

WatchOS 3 Gold Master Edition is out now

WatchOS 3 Gold master (GM) build is out now for developers only and public will gets it on the air for free on September 13th. but if you are super excited then you can register your Apple Watch to Apple Developer Account here > and install the watchOS 3 just right now in your Apple watch before it's public release. Means, you will get it early before anyone.

Nike FuelBand fitness monitors reborn with AW Series 2


Apple and Nike have teamed together for a special edition of the Apple Watch — the Nike+. The exercise-oriented variant of the Series 2 features a unique perforated elastomer band and a lightweight aluminum case.

Some questions still surround the Apple Watch Nike+ edition. Right now, there's no certainty that the Nike+ software demonstrated onstage at today's keynote is compatible with regular Apple Watch versions, and neither Apple nor Nike is talking about it just yet.

So, if you want the Nike+ look and feel, and the specialized watch faces associated with the device, it may be best to buy that version and get a different watch band for venues not demanding physical exertion.

Pricing is identical to non-Nike Series 2 packages.


Speaking of Apple Watch bands



Apple has renewed its partnership with Hermes, and today introduced three new leather bands designed by the French fashion house. You'd better have deep pockets for them, though. The Single Tour band sells for $1,100, with the Double Tour hitting $1,250. The Hermes Cuff is $1,500.

Want a gold Apple Watch? Not this time around.


Also, new this year for the upper crust is a model of the Apple Watch Series 2 crafted from white "pearl-like" ceramic. Apple claims the new material is four times harder than stainless steel, which should help with damage resistance. We don't know much about it yet, as it is literally the first casing of its kind on a wearable.

The ceramic model comes with a "Cloud" color sports band and sells for $1,249 for the 38mm case, while the 42mm version comes in at $1,299.


Moving on down the line


If you don't need the better screen, integrated GPS, or swim-rated waterproofing, the original Apple Watch has been slightly upgraded with Apple's faster processor.

Rebranded as the Apple Watch Series 1, the device is also less expensive and will retail for $269.


How do you get the new Apple Watch?


Preorders start Friday, Sept. 9, most likely at midnight Pacific time. Shipments arrive at the first pre-orderer customers on Sept. 16, with retail locations receiving stock shortly thereafter.

We're not certain of the demand for the device. The first generation Apple Watch had some pre-orders delivered several months later, so if you want one, it's probably best to get on board early.

An Apple retail associate has told AppleInsider that employee training on the iPhone every year program will be held on Thursday, one day prior to the scheduled public release of iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2. We've reached out to Apple for official comment on the matter and will update this article when a response is received.
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Wednesday, September 07, 2016

The new Jet black iPhone 7 potentially vulnerable to scratching (Apple admits)

People considering the jet black versions of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus should be careful, as those options are more prone to scuffing and scratching, Apple notes on its website.


"The high-gloss finish of the Jet Black iPhone 7 is achieved through a precision nine-step anodization and polishing process," a disclaimer near the bottom of the phones' store page reads. "Its surface is equally as hard as other anodized Apple products; however, its high shine may show fine micro-abrasions with use. If you are concerned about this, we suggest you use one of the many cases available to protect your iPhone."


The same problem isn't mentioned for the other four iPhone 7 colors — black, silver, gold, and rose gold — which are all matte rather than glossy.

Anyways a good news is that, iOS 10 Gold Master edition is released today. Apple seeded the iOS 10 GM, watchOS 3 GM, macOS Sierra GM to the developers. If you want then you can also get access to the Gold Master editions and install it on your iPhone,iPad,AW, and macs by just registering your device to an Apple Developer Account > , we are offering udid registration service to Apple Developer Account. If you are interested then you can purchase it here and get access to all ios beta's for next 1 year.

Read the full article here > on how to install iOS 10 GM on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch now.

Until now Apple has been veering away from glossy materials. The iPhone 4 and 4S, which both used glass backs, were prone not just to scuffing and scratching but to cracking if an owner dropped them from a sufficient height.

Preorders for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus start on Sept. 9, and the devices will ship just a week later, Sept. 16. Prices will range from $649 for a 32-gigabyte iPhone 7 to $969 for a 256-gigabyte 7 Plus. Notably, jet black will only be available on 128- and 256-gigabyte models.

Some other features of the phones include faster processors, better cameras, pressure-sensitive home buttons, and better water resistance. Apart from being bigger, the 7 Plus also includes a dual-lens camera.

Source: Apple Insider
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Hands-on video with the new iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Apple Watch Series 2, and AirPods

After months of rumors and leaks, Apple today officially unveiled the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. While Apple showed off a good portion of what’s new on stage during various demos, there are always a few things left over that potential customers would like a first-hand look at. Which they willingly leaves for the customers to find it out. Members of the press who were in the audience during Apple’s event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium had an opportunity to go hands-on with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, as well as the truly wireless AirPods and the Apple Watch Series 2… Watch out this video for the first hands on the iPhone 7 -


The Verge went hands-on with all of Apple’s new products today, see the videos in this article. The iPhone 7’s new Taptic Home button as feeling like the entire bottom of the device was moving when pressed, not just the Home “button.” He described this as “neat and cool,” many users might find this to be an annoyance, at least at first. Overall, Patel described the design as being “a lot” like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, which is to be expected, though he did praise the device for having a “much nicer” display. You will surely miss the headphone ports.



Anyways a good news is that, iOS 10 Gold Master edition is released today. Apple seeded the iOS 10 GM, watchOS 3 GM, macOS Sierra GM to the developers. If you want then you can also get access to the Gold Master editions and install it on your iPhone,iPad,AW, and macs by just registering your device to an Apple Developer Account > , we are offering udid registration service to Apple Developer Account. If you are interested then you can purchase it here and get access to all ios beta's for next 1 year.




With the iPhone 7, Apple of course removed the headphone jack and introduced new wireless AirPods  ($169). And the worst part is, AirPods as sounding nearly the same as the wired EarPods, with the only difference being that the AirPods are wireless and auto-start and stop music when put in your ear and removed, i still can't believe  that Apple didn't improve the sound quality.




Finally, The Verge also went hands-on with the Apple Watch Series 2 and noted of the design, which is slightly thicker than the first-gen model.
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Download and install iOS 10 GM (Gold Master) on iPhone 7, 7s 6s, 6, Plus, SE, 5s, 5c, 5, iPad, iPod

Apple today unveiled the new iPhone 7,7s, Apple watch Series 2. Apple released the first beta of iOS 10 on June 13th, 2016. Today Apple just released the iOS 10 Gold Master edition which is the finalofficiall full version of iOS 10 which is will released later next but developers can install them now. Here are some few things that you need to do to install the iOS 10 Gold Master edition (GM) on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and watchOS 3 beta on Apple Watch.


First of all, you should have your iPhone,iPad,iPod, Apple Watch whichever you are updating to a iOS beta version that device's UDID needs to be on the Apple Developer Account. Those who have signed up for the Apple Developer Program they can easily update to any iOS 10 after registering their UDID to Apple Developer Site. A Single Apple Developer Account signup costs $99. You can register here > now for Apple Developer Account at Apple Developer Portal for only $15 and we will add your iPhone/iPad udid to our Apple Developer Account.

iOS 10 is just amazing. You will fall in love with it. The new features of iOS 10 will blow your mind and give you a complete new iOS using experience. Trust me, it feels like you having a new iPhone once you update your device to iOS 10.

Else, If you want to save money. Then you can enroll your iPhone,iPad,iPad,Apple Watch to one of our Apple Developer Account. We will simply register your UDID to Apple Developer Account and it will give your access to install the iOS 10 beta legitimately only for $15. If you are interested in getting the iOS 10 beta on your iPhone right now then register your device to Apple Developer Account here > with us.

So once you have registered your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch UDID Apple Developer Account then you are all set ! Once it's release check out our download section and download the iOS 10 beta and install it on your iPhone. It will be activated just like a Charm.

iOS 10 is the next biggest mobile operating system of Apple. It the next best thing for your iPhone. It's going to have tons of new exciting features. I am so excited for the iOS 10 beta.

How to install iOS 10 GM on iPhone,iPad,iPod Touch

Keep your device backup in iCloud. There are two ways to install iOS 10 on your iPhone,iPad,iPod touch.  First way, is to use iTunes for the update. And another way it to update via OTA (over the air) directly on your iPhone/iPad. The second option is much easier.

Step 1: Make sure that, you device supports iOS 10. Check-out the supported device list of iOS here.

Step 2: Register your iPhone/iPad/iPod/Apple Watch/ Apple TV UDID to Apple Developer Account here >

Step 3: Download the iOS 10 beta on your PC.

Step 4: Connect your iPhone to iTunes.

Step 5: On the Summary Tab, Click on RESTORE iPhone holding the Shift/Option key on your keyboard.

Step 6: Now a window will pop up and ask for the ipsw file. Now here select iOS 10 beta which you have downloaded in Step 3.

Step 7: Now wait for iTunes to finish the restore process.

Step 8: Now enjoy!

Alternative Easy way to update to iOS 10:

Once you register your device UDID to Apple Developer Account here > with us and you have got the confirmation email of UDID registration of your device to our Apple Developer Account, then simply go to our download section of iAppleStuffs and download iOS 10 beta profile of our Apple Developer Account on your iPhone or Click here > to download it. Just install it on your iPhone/iPad. And Go to Settings > General > Software Update and You will see iOS 10 beta is available for download. Then just download and install it directly on your iPhone/iPad.

Check out our video tutorial: Step by Step guide for installing iOS 10 GM on your iPhone, iPad using iTunes.

Warning: Do not install the iOS 10 beta without registering your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Account. It will make your iPhone stuck in the Activation Error / Brick your iPhone. Register your iPhone to Apple Developer Account here >


Do you want to install WatchOS 3 on your Apple Watch ? Then follow this link to get the watchOS 3 for your Apple Watch.

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