How to Tell Which Leaked iPhone Photos are Fake

As September 7th’s iPhone 7 launch looms ever closer we’re seeing more and more leaked photos showing what claim to be photos of Apple’s soon to be announced next generation smartphone. Those photos may be fun to see, but there’s a good chance they’re fake and it doesn’t take much to suss them out when you know what to look for.

Edit Playlist Columns in iTunes 12.4 and Later

Every update to iTunes seems to refine a useful feature out of the interface, and as I created a new playlist in iTunes this morning I found yet another. All new Playlists are stuck in “Playlist” view, which has a limited selection of columns and no obvious way to customize them.¬†No worries, you can still customize them, you just have to change your View first. We’ll show you how.

Touch ID Trick: Train Multiple Fingerprints at Once

Apple’s Touch ID¬†is an excellent security convenience, allowing you to quickly unlock your iPhone or iPad¬†without having to type in your Passcode. Most of us will want to train at least the index finger and thumb of both hands in order to have some unlocking flexibility. That requires adding each fingerprint manually, and the iPhone only allows five total fingerprints to be trained. What if you want to train more than five fingers? Or what if you want to make the training process more efficient?¬†In¬†Sunday’s Mac Geek Gab 616, listener Robin provided an¬†answer to¬†these questions: train multiple fingerprints simultaneously.

Pokémon GO: Can't Catch More Pokémon? Clear Out Your List

My first experience playing Pok√©mon happened when I installed Pok√©mon GO on my iPhone, and it didn’t take long before I discovered “gotta catch ’em all” doesn’t mean you have to catch every one you see. I quickly hit my 250 Pok√©mon storage limit, mostly with Pidgeys, but also found you can offload as many as you like to make room for that Pikachu you really want. Read on to learn how.

How to Apply for Twitter Account Verification

Previously only available by private invitation, Twitter now allows users to¬†apply for account verification. Note that you still need to be noteworthy or otherwise provide a compelling¬†reason¬†for Twitter to approve your verification, but at least now you can ask instead of having to sniff around at cocktail parties and coffee shops for someone who knows someone. To get verified your account must first be in proper shape. Read along and we’ll help get you there.