Today, I’m going to show you how to hide any app in iOS 7. Unfortunately, Apple doesn’t allow us to delete any of the useless stock apps in iOS, but thanks to this awesome glitch, we can hide all of them. Check out the video tutorial above.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been building the ultimate Mac mini. We’ve covered upgrading the RAM, SSD choices, and cloning the HDD, but today, we’re installing a speedy solid state drive! This will give you lightning fast boot times and better data transfer capabilities. Watch the video tutorial above to learn how to install a solid state drive in the 2012 Mac mini.
On this episode of Building The Ultimate Mac mini, we’re taking a look at the Kingston HyperX 3K SSD. This is a beastly solid state drive that can achieve read and write speeds well over 500MB/s. In a future video we’ll be cloning the HDD to this SSD and installing it into the Mac mini. Check out the above video for a hands-on look at this HyperX SSD upgrade kit.
Today we’re kicking off the first episode of Building The Ultimate Mac mini. We’re going to perform a 16GB RAM upgrade to a 2012 Mac mini. Further into this series we will be upgrading to a solid-state drive and adding an addition SSD to the mini. Check out the video tutorial and see the parts list below.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be putting together a new video series called, “Building The Ultimate Mac mini.” This series revolves around upgrading a Mac mini as much as possible to create a Mac that’s almost better than any of Apple’s build-to-order minis. Let’s take a look at some of the parts that we’ll be using.