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How To Recover Apple Password After Misplacing Password

Forgetting things is normal, its really hard to keep everything in mind, and when it comes to things like password especially when it contains alphanumeric and special characters it may be pretty hard to remember, the question is “How To Recover Apple Password After Misplacing Password“. It’s not advisable to use passwords which can be easily guessed. And when it comes to Apple devices (Mac), because of the cost and standard, most people will like to use a very strong password to prevent other users and hackers to gain access. Now what happens when you forget or misplace your Mac password? On this post you will see the different methods of regaining full access to your Mac device without the help of an expert after you have forgotten your password. How To Recover Apple Password After Misplacing Password 1. Make use of Apple ID Credentials To use this method you must meet two requirements: First, you must have linked your Mac device to your Apple account, which means

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Being able to unlock your iPhone with Face ID is great, until you’re wearing a mask.

filadendron via Getty Images Being able to unlock your iPhone with Face ID is great, until you’re wearing a mask. Apple recognizes this, and in beta software released today, it makes it a little easier to skip the Face ID display and enter your passcode,  CNBC reports . At the moment, there is a slight delay between your phone realizing that it can’t see your face and offering the screen to enter a passcode. To avoid that, you either have to remove your mask or turn off Face ID. But in the most recent iOS 13.5 beta, Apple lets users swipe up to enter a passcode and skip the delay. Some  Twitter users report  that if your phone detects you’re wearing a mask, it will automatically jump to the passcode screen. Guilherme Rambo @_inside As pointed out by @ Sonikku_a2 , if you’re wearing a mask, iOS 13.5 goes straight to the passcode screen if you try to unlock with Face ID (keypad not shown because iOS hides it in screen recordings)

Apple has agreed to pay $18 million to settle a case accusing the company of intentionally breaking FaceTime on iOS 6.

EarnestTse via Getty Images Apple has agreed to pay $18 million to settle a case accusing the company of intentionally breaking FaceTime on iOS 6. The class-action lawsuit, which was filed in 2017, argued that the tech giant disabled the video-calling application on the iPhone 4 and 4S as a cost-saving measure. See, Apple uses peer-to-peer direct connection and another method that relies on third-party servers for FaceTime calls. However, due to a patent dispute involving the peer-to-peer method with VirnetX, the tech giant had to rely more on third-party servers, costing it millions of dollars. Apple eventually released new peer-to-peer tech with iOS 7, and the plaintiffs claimed that the company broke the app on purpose, forcing users to upgrade their platforms. According to  AppleInsider , an Apple engineering manager said in an email chain: "Hey, guys. I'm looking at the Akamai contract for next year. I understand we did something in April aroun

The coronavirus pandemic has, so far, been very good for Facebook’s metrics. (Details)

Stephen Lam / Reuters The coronavirus pandemic has, so far, been very good for Facebook’s metrics. It can’t say the same for its ad business. The company saw a surge in user growth, with an average of more than 1.73 billion daily active users (DAUs) in March,  Facebook reported  in its first quarterly earnings for 2020. That’s up from 1.66 billion in the previous quarter. Across its “family of apps,” which includes Facebook, Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp, daily active users climbed to 2.36 billion, while monthly actives hit 3 billion for the first time. At the same time, the company warned of “a significant reduction in the demand for advertising” in a statement that echoed similar remarks from Google a day earlier. Facebook had previously advised that ad revenue would take a hit, despite a surge in usage around the world.  "Our business has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and, like all companies, we are facing a period of unprecedented uncertai

7 Best Megaphones To Buy In 2020

Except you have been living under the rock for a long time, you must’ve come across a megaphone at one point or the other. They are very important for those who need extreme audibility to pass a message across. If you ever have a need for one and you are confused about the option to go for, here is our list of 7 Best Megaphones. 1. Califone PA-15 Handheld Megaphone with 1000 ft Range: Califone PA-15 Handheld Megaphone with 1000 ft Range This megaphone is home to a vibrant audible range of up to 1000 ft and it works on 6 D-sized batteries. It possesses a very rough construction, making it superb for all kinds of weather conditions. It also comes with volume controls for both voice and siren alert. Product Dimensions are 14.5 x 9 x 9 inches and its shipping weight is 5.1 pounds 2. Califone PA20R 3D Ready Short Throw Megaphone with 1000 ft Range: This megaphone will broadcast whatever you have lined up effectively. It comes with shoulder strap clips and it has rugged ABS

Before the Coronavirus pandemic became real in 2019, some movie producers already made scary movies about it.

Before the  Coronavirus pandemic  became real in 2019, some movie producers already made scary movies about it. At the time, most viewers never connected to the storyline they enjoyed, but we are living that reality right now. For the best pandemic movies ever, see our list of 5 Best Pandemic Movies Ever: 1. Contagion (2011): Contagion This is the pandemic film that a lot of people have been watching nowadays. With Steven Soderbergh as its director, the story revolves around the horrible death of Gwyneth Paltrow, which instantly tells audiences and casts that whatever is responsible is not playing around. It was so intense that a big name actor even got killed off for it. 2. Virus (2019): Virus This movie was based on the real-life backdrop of the 2018 Nipah virus outbreak in Kerala. Its plot was focused on physicians, epidemiologists, the minister for health, and a district collector uniting to contain the spread of a deadly virus. The movie simply exposes the huge e

This New Text Bug Crashes iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple Watches

A new text-bomb is crashing iOS and macOS devices. The string of text, which contains Italian flag emojis and Sindhi-language characters, works through device notifications, text messages, social media posts, and websites. If you want to avoid the text-bomb, you should turn off device notifications and avoid social media until Apple sends out a fix. Encountering the bug will not brick your device, but it will crash the iOS Springboard or macOS Launchpad. In some instances, the problem resolves itself, but you may need to forcibly reboot your device to get back to the home screen. To forcibly reboot an iPhone or iPad, hold down the volume and power keys for ten seconds. On an Apple Watch, you need to hold down the power button and Digital Crown for ten seconds to force a reboot. And you already know how to power down a Mac, right? Just hold down the power key.Text-bombs exploit some kind of vulnerability in Apple’s Springboard and Launchpad—the software that manages apps o

Zoom Video Conferencing App

Zoom video conferencing application that is currently making wave across the world despite being criticized for its security flaws, Zoom has announced that more than 300-million people used Zoom’s video conferencing software everyday… that is about 50% jump from the 200-million daily users at the beginning of the month. Created by engineer Eric Yuan in 2011 and listed on the Nasdaq a year ago, Zoom has seen its market value skyrocket to some $35 billion. Yuan has spoken of a passion for communication technologies that dates back to the 1990s when, as a university student in mainland China, he longed for a way to see his girlfriend without needing to travel hours by train. Zoom hit the market as a tool for people working apart to collaborate on business, competing with offerings from the likes of Microsoft, Facebook, Google and others. Zoom, Your Best Bet As people around the world stay home due to coronavirus risk, Zoom has become a go-to service for remote education,