Apple’s New Video Format HEVC

When Apple updated its mobile operating system from iOS 10 to iOS 11, they introduced two new media formats – among other major changes and improvements.

We at Online-Convert.com watched this update very closely and of course, we are especially interested in these new file formats. Last week, we already had a closer look at the new image format HEIC. This article will sum up all you need to know about the new video format HEVC.… Read the rest

Apple’s New Image Format HEIC

If you own an iPhone, iPad or another Apple iOS device, you have certainly noticed this already. Apple released a huge update from iOS 10 to iOS 11. This update came with some major changes and improvements. And it came with new file formats.

Since we at Online-Convert.com focus on file conversion, the latter is what we want to focus on in this article. iOS 11 introduced two new media formats: HEIC and HEVC.… Read the rest

5 Things Your iPhone Uses To Track You

5 Things Your iPhone Uses To Track YouTracking and keeping tabs on all that people is a big business. Just ask Google and Facebook whom both make billions from storing data and tracking your every move. Apple is also using data collection and it uses your iPhone and iPad to track your every move. These 5 things your iPhone uses to track you may surprise you.

With so much going on today, it is important to be on the lookout for any program, site, app or gadget which invades into your privacy.Read the rest

8 Tips That Will Speed Up Your Mac

8 Tips That Will Speed Up Your Mac - Online Convert
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One of the advantages of having an Apple Mac computer is the speed which you get from it. However, just like Windows PC’s, Mac computers can lag and run really slow too. It could be from your MacBook getting older, or you simply downloading too many programs or apps. Worse yet, you may have some virus or malware. These 8 tips that will speed up your Mac, will show some quick and easy ways to reverse that.… Read the rest

Open All Kinds Of Video Files With QuickTime

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If you are using a Mac or any other Apple device like the iPhone or iPad, you surely have heard about the QuickTime media player or it’s corresponding app. Even when you are a Windows or Android user, it is possible for you to use QuickTime to watch videos or listen to music. It has been quite some time since QuickTime had been exclusively for Apple users.

However versatile and popular the media player may be though, there are still problems regarding certain file formats or codecs.… Read the rest

Open Apple PAGES Files Without iWork

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Different word processing software produce different document files with different file extensions. From Microsoft Word we all know DOC and DOCX, and the open source programs use files with the ODT extension. Yet, users of Apple Mac computers or devices running with the OS X also know one more: PAGES.

The native Mac word processing program Apple Pages allows you to save documents in the PAGES format.… Read the rest

How to create an iPhone Ringtone

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Sure, those ringtones inherited by your iPhone or available on iTunes are nice, but don’t you want a more personal one? A part of your favorite song, or simply one that gets you up and going in the morning? To achieve that, you do not have to purchase a ringtone from the iTunes store! We can show you how it can be done very easily using the fitting cost-free resources and your iTunes library!… Read the rest

Native Apple (Mac) Files

Native Apple (Mac) Files
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Users of Apple devices like Mac desktop computers, MacBooks, iPhones, or iPads are already familiar with them: the native Apple Inc. file formats. Users of other platforms and operating systems like Windows and Linux however can face difficulties with those formats because they, sometimes, have never heard of them.

This could become a problem for Apple users as well when they try to send assignments, essays or other documents, videos, or audio files from their device to someone working with a Windows computer or an Android phone.… Read the rest