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Taking Better Small Product Photos With Your iPhone’s Camera

Jack Hollingsworth, an award-winning commercial photographer, has published a guide designed for those who want to learn how to take small product photos with their iPhone’s camera. The latest instalment is targeted at entrepreneurs who sell small products online using services like Ebay or Craigslist. The first important tip to remember when you are taking...

How to Setup Pebble iOS 7 Notifications the Right Way [Tutorial]

Yesterday, Pebble Smartwatch app version 1.3.0 went live in the App Store, introducing smartwatch firmware v1.13.0 with support for Apple Notification Center Service (ANCS) for iOS 7 users, which now makes it possible to get every single notification from the iPhone to your Pebble. However, when you install the latest Pebble iOS app, you are presented with...

Here’s How To Bring the ‘.com’ Button Back On iOS 7 Keyboard [Tutorial]

With the introduction of iOS 7's revamped keyboard, Apple has removed the '.com' button that was previously available by default on the iOS keyboard, allowing users to to type ".com" with a single key press when entering web addresses. Fortunately, there's a simple way to type '.com' with one-and-a-half key presses (via Kirkville). While Apple may never...

How To Fix Broken PlexConnect On Apple TV Via SSH [Tutorial]

Apple pushed an over-the-air Apple TV update yesterday which unfortunately broke the PlexConnect hack that allowed users to install Plex on their Apple TV without requiring a jailbreak. Luckily, there's a way to fix it, though it takes a little bit of work and you'll need to be familiar with the OS X Terminal (via LifeHacker)....

How To Downgrade iOS 7 Beta To iOS 6.1.3 / 6.1.4 [Tutorial]

For those who have upgraded their devices to iOS 7 but are looking to downgrade back to iOS 6.1.3 on their iPhone 4S, iPod touch 5, iPhone 4 or iOS 6.1.4 on their iPhone 5, here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to do so (via RedmondPie). Like always, remember to back up your data using iTunes before […]

Tutorial: Remove The iOS Status Bar In Certain Apps [No Jailbreak Required]

Yesterday, we showed you how to use the Newsstand folder for placing unlimited number of apps inside without requiring any jailbreak. Today, we’ll tell you how you can get rid of the iOS status bar in certain apps using a simple tweak, once again without having to jailbreak your device. The tweak is called NoAppStatus, and works  in all […]