Major changes coming to MacOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS during WWDC 2016

Right from the mouth of Mark Gurman (during the Jay and Fared Show Podcast), first reported by O’Grady’s Powerpage; No hardware announcements (that we already know) Siri in MacOS, to be featured in top right corner alongside Spotlight iOS Design Refresh with more colors – this is big. There are still many who insists that […]

Introducing MacNet (SgMac.Net). Get all your iOS 7 questions answered!

Introducing MacNet – for devoted Mac Users. MacNet is the closest thing you will find to an Apple Cult these days. Based in Singapore, but we welcome every single Mac user. We hope to create a community where the purest and most devoted Mac users can be active in, as we recognise with the rise […]

The Mystery of the iPhone 5C placement in Apple’s lineup

As recent rumors have pegged, tonight’s Apple event will introduce two new iPhones – the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C. We have seen enough leaks to know everything there is to know about the iPhone 5C’s five colors and construction, and how they are really just iPhone 5 innards in a new plastic housing. […]

WWDC 2013 predictions?

Sometimes I wonder why people even crave for such posts when everything is out there in the open, but I guess there are some who would not bother with the research. I am just going to rehash everything that is already all over the web, adding some of my opinions if necessary. 1. Completely new […]

The iMessage Flaw (aka the iMessage Bug) Detailed and Explained (mostly)

Man, this is going to be really long. How should I start? So Apple introduced iMessage with iOS 5. Just like iOS 5 itself, there are, rather than calling them bugs, what I will term inconsistencies or ideas that aren’t very well thought-out before execution all over the OS, and iMessage’s authentication process is one […]

How to insult your Android-using friends / relatives this Christmas / New Year / Chinese New Year

So it’s the festive season again. If you are like me, this holiday is the perfect chance to tease, insult, those who have chosen, for whatever reason, to stand on Google’s side and use an Android. Unlike some lesser countries it’s highly unlikely you will ever find yourself in a situation where the number of […]

Why iOS 4.3 will bring Mobile Hotspot to the majority of iPhone owners before Android does to its minions

So I posted a tweeted the other day declaring that the majority of current Android phone owners will never see their phones ever getting the Mobile Hotspot feature despite Android announcing the feature first in Froyo, Android 2.2, which was released in May 2010. Why did I say that? It’s very simple. The majority of […]

On the whole iPad and iPhone losing their physical home buttons rumor….

This whole rumor was probably triggered by the fact that iOS 4.3 beta 1 for iPad comes with multitouch gesture controls for changing applications (by swiping multiple fingers horizontally, like on the Mac for changing pages), returning to home screen (by the 5-finger pinch), etc. These gestures definitely will be familiar to current Mac users […]




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