Author: Varun

Passionate techie. Professional tech writer. Apple Geek Guy. Varun has been a gadget freak since longer than he cares to admit and loves everything to do with technology especially the one that Apple invents.

Siri Shortcut that Ejects Water One of the most annoying problems we face after getting our iPhone into water is the lack of sound quality from the speakers. The iPhone 7 and later are technically waterproof that certifies iPhone 7 and newer as IP67 and iPhone XS and newer as IP68. These iPhones can be submerged into the water over three feet (Six feet for iPhone XS and above) and can withstand up to 30 minutes without the phone getting damaged. The most common problem that we encounter is the muffled speaker. As it is impossible to seal the…

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Taking scrolling screenshots on iPhone is not as easy as on Android. But these apps will make it easier and simpler. With iOS 13 and later, Apple allows the users to take scrolling screenshots but this only works on Safari and not with other apps like WhatsApp or Signal. However, this can be achieved with the help of a few apps. First, let’s see how to take a scrolling screenshot on iPhone using the built-in tool, and then I will show you the best apps to take those screenshots on every other app. How to take a scrolling screenshot on…

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Apple’s latest iPad ships with a little bend and Apple says it’snot a manufacturing defect, its normal. Apples new iPad pro ranges in price from $799 for the base 11-inch model up to $1,899 for a fully-loaded 12.9-inch device with 1TB of storage and LTE connectivity. According to apple, the little bend is the result of the cooling process involving iPad Pro’s metal and plastic components during manufacturing. Many users on social media and MacRumors forum states that their iPad pro developed a slight bend without putting any stress or pressure. When The Verge approached Apple for comment, the company…

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Fortnite now supports 60FPS on the new iPhones which are iPhone XS,iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. The real beast here is hiding inside the new iPhones, the A12 bionic chip which powers and makes the new iPhones super powerful. The new iPhones are the only phones to support fortnite at 60FPS. Even the older iPhones runs fortnites smother than android. Fortnite is been well optimized for iOS devices compared to android. Turning around, moving the camera is buttery smooth. Just make sure that the option is set to 60fps in the settings. Fortnite is also supported at 60FPS on…

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