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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

All You Need to Know about APFS for iOS 10.3 and macOS

Short for Apple File System, APFS recently got released with the iOS 10.3 beta, and will soon replace your Apple device’s thirty year old file system. This means your Apple Watch, iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV will all see upgrades from the HFS+ system. Bringing in new optimization for the storage technologies of today, with encryption built-in as a primary feature, Apple File System will bring a slew of new benefits to users in 2017. Let’s go over what these changes are, and what you should expect out of your favorite apps and devices.

What is Apple File System (APFS)?


Apple File System or APFS, is Apple’s new file system set to replace the current and now thirty year old HFS file system. When HFS was initially conceived, storage technology like flash drives and SSDs weren’t a norm in consumer technology. Apple believes that a smarter and more advanced file system should be implemented and APFS will become the new default file system on iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS in 2017.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Top 8 Leaked Features of Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S 8

Android fans would be happy to welcome the March 29 event, in which the long anticipated Samsung Galaxy S 8 will get released. With the approaching of the new device, more and more reports on the leaked features of Samsung Galaxy S 8 have been released on various blogs. Here are the top 8 hottest Galaxy S 8 features for you:

Two sizes

Samsung has been always providing large screen smartphones. According to a recent report from Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, there will be two sizes for the Galaxy S8, the S8 and the S8+: 5.8 inch and 6.2 inch, both of which are reported to be OLED and feature WQHD+ resolutions of 2960×2400. Obviously, the large size will result in larger screen displays of S8 than its previous models.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Upcoming iPhone 8 Will Starts from 64GB in Storage to an Ultimate 256GB Version

With more and more apps, videos and photos planted into iPhone, the low storage of iPhone has been complained a lot. And Apple has paid great attention to this in recent iPhone releases since iPhone 7. According to the latest reports from TrendForce, the upcoming new iPhone – let’s call it iPhone 8 currently (since it might be iPhone 7S or any other name Apple likes), will dump its low-storage options and directly start from 64GB in storage, with the top storage being 256GB for saving photos, video clips, and apps.
Actually, this isn’t the first time that Apple has abandoned low-storage option and improved the storage to higher level. When Apple released the iPhone 7, it ditched the 16GB-storage iPhone and started from the 32GB version. Now, the next generation of iPhone is reportedly to abandon the 32GB option and provide even higher storage from 64GB.

Friday, February 3, 2017

Pre-acquaintance of Xbox Project Scorpio - Release Date and Specs

The release of Xbox One S has been a wonderful success. This new console has brought totally different gaming experience to worldwide users, especially the 4K processing performance. With much anticipation, the next console from Microsoft has been discussed for long. That is Xbox Project Scorpio.

Microsoft just announced its mysterious Project Scorpio as part of the Xbox presentation at E3 2016. However, the release only contained some details of this new console, promising a powerful new toy for Xbox fans. No image or photo of the machine has been revealed yet. While updates regarding Scorpio since E3 have been relatively quiet, based on the revealed specs of Scorpio, comments from developers and officials indicate this console will bring a truly next-gen gaming experience.

Monday, January 23, 2017

Get iOS Data Recovery Software for Free from Leawo’s Share to Win Activity

To me, though I’ve been a 5-year iPhone user, I’m not used to iTunes backup of my iPhone. This has brought great inconvenience after I lost some important data on my iPhone for several times. However, now, this could no longer bother me anymore. I made use of a wonderful iOS data recovery software to successfully recover all lost data and files from my iPhone. That’s Leawo’s iOS Data Recovery.

An iOS data recovery would be of great help once we lose data or files on our iOS devices, especially when we have no backup on iTunes and iCloud. Therefore I searched a lot online for a practical iOS data recovery software program to help me recover deleted or lost data from iPhone. Then, by coincidence, I got the "Share to Win" activity from Leawo Software, where I got Leawo’s iOS Data Recovery software for totally free.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Brief Pre-Introduction About Nokia 8 – the 2017 Nokia Flagship Android Smartphone

Nokia will make a comeback in smartphone industry with a brand new Operating System by launching the mid-range Android-based Nokia 6 in China. An unboxing video of Nokia 6 before the official release has been leaked, in which the phone's back and front panels are used for cracking walnuts. However, the Nokia 6 is actually not the flagship of Nokia’s new phone. Nokia’s new flagship phone is Nokia 8, an Android smartphone made by Nokia.
This post would show you some details about Nokia 8 on the release date, appearance, features and specs.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Leawo Gives Out iTransfer as 2016 Christmas Gift for Worldwide iOS Device Owners to Transfer Data for Free

The 2016 Christmas holiday is on its way. What would you expect Santa Clause to put in your sock? An long expected iPhone 7, a beautiful Kindle PaperWhite, or something you've been longed for for long? Well, if you're an Apple fans, Leawo Software's gift might be exactly what you need. To celebrate the 2016 Christmas holiday, this top online multimedia solution developer and provider gives out its flagship product Leawo iTransfer as a totally free Christmas giveaway gift to worldwide iOS device owners.

This iTransfer giveaway gift is available in Leawo's 2016 Christmas Giveaway Activity, which will last from December 13th, 2016 to January 12th, 2017, while the iTransfer giveaway is only available until the end of December 22, 2016. This means if you want to get this iTransfer for free, you have only 10 days before it ends.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Google Just Released 125 Movies in 4K on Google Play for Rental or Purchase for the U.S. and Canada

We have talked about 4K for a long time. The very latest hot topic is that Google is going to release 4K content on its Google Play. Now, Google has made it official - 4K video is available for rental or purchase on Google Play Store. However, currently there are only 125 movies available in 4K on Google Play, and these 4K movies are only accessible in the US and Canada.

The 4K movie price of these 125 4K movies on Google Play Store is $7.99 for a 4K rental and $29.99 for a 4K movie purchase. It should be noted that not all titles can be rented and bought in 4K. Sometimes it's just one or the other. According to the Google Play officials, more titles would be made in 4K on Google Play in the near future.


You can watch your 4K Google Play content on a Chromecast Ultra or on Sony Bravia 4K TVs with Android TV built-in. Interestingly, Google does not mention the Shield, which has 4K video output. It's not clear if that's an oversight or the Shield is somehow lacking support at present.

Monday, November 14, 2016

5 iOS 10 Features That Are Ideal in Theory but Poor in Practice

The Apple iOS 10 has brought great many wonderful features to satisfy fans’ needs. However, it is not perfect. Many Apple iOS device owners updated their iPhone, iPad or iPod to iOS 10 but only to meet different kinds of bugs that couldn’t be seen on iOS 9. Even though the latest released iOS 10.1.1 has addressed several bugs, some features that seems to be ideal in theory still performs poor in practice.

This post lists 5 most common used features that are theoretically wonderful but deliver poor performance in practice. Also, you could get the solutions to fix these features for better experience.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Seagate introduces 512GB SSD Game Drive for Xbox One

Xbox is far more than a simple gaming console. Many Xbox console owners even use Xbox to watch movies, especially the newly released Xbox One S, which comes with the feature of 4K Blu-ray disc playback. The Xbox One S ships with a big storage of up to 2TB, but the Xbox One is not big enough for gaming and movie watching.   

Very recently, Seagate has introduced a 512GB SSD (solid state drive) game drive for Xbox One, aiming to provide Xbox owners with some extra speedy storage for gaming and movie playback. This would be a great news for those who have long complained about the small storage of Xbox One, which has successfully prevented them from more wonderful games.

The drive even sports Xbox branding, coming in a pretty attractive black and green enclosure with the Xbox logo appearing in one corner.
As for the drive itself, it uses flash storage that should noticeably improve load times over typical mechanical hard drives. The drive also doesn't require a power cable, meaning the single connection to the Xbox is all it requires to work. For those concerned with space, Seagate claims that the 512GB drive should hold up to 15 Xbox One titles on average.

Seagate's Game Drive for Xbox SSD will go on sale in November for $199, and is expected to be available at Gamestop and Amazon. For now, you can read more at Seagate's website.

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