Month: January 2017

How to jailbreak an iPhone or iPad in iOS 10 or iOS 9

  Jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad is a risky process that we can’t unreservedly recommend, but it remains popular among those who wish to install unofficial apps and tweaks on their smartphone or tablet via the Cydia marketplace. Here’s how to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad …

How to write apps with Swift 3

What are the differences between Swift and other app programming languages? And how can I get started writing apps with Swift 3? Apple introduced Swift 3, the latest version of its programming language at its WWDC 2016 event Swift 3 is the first update since Apple …

Fedora upgrade – Does this work?

The idea of upgrading your operating system from one version to another is an interesting one. It implies you will be changing your software without changing your hardware. This is true for short-lived operating systems the likes of Fedora, service packs for long-lived distributions like CentOS, …

Make Fedora fonts better

Citizens of the Internet, welcome. Fonts in Linux are a rather neglected topic; there are things with a higher delight factor we could talk about, discuss, test, and indeed, write. But fonts be probably one of the most important elements of modern computing. Because we spend …