Tag: Error

macOS Big Sur Black Screen issue

Fix macOS Big Sur Black Screen Issue While Updating (MacBook Pro)

If you’re owning an older MacBook Pro model and plan to upgrade to the recently released macOS Big Sur update, don’t do it! There is a good chance that macOS 11.0.1 will brick your computer! We’ve just been mailed about this and reports surfacing online from users complaining that their Macs get stuck during the…




how to fix macOS Big Sur update error

How To Fix macOS Big Sur Update: ‘An error occurred while installing the selected updates’

macOS Big Sur has just been released by Apple and many Mac owners are currently trying to update to macOS 11.0.1. However, we’re currently getting lots of mail from readers complaining about the ‘An error occurred while installing the selected updates’ popup message that is displayed on their screens as soon as the Upgrade Now…




how to fix Apple Watch 'Get Connected' error

How To Fix Apple Watch Get Connected Error On iPhone (iOS 14)

Is your iPhone displaying the ‘Get Connected’ popup every time you open the Watch app? This happened to us too right after updating to iOS 14.2. A bug seems to mislead the iPhone from detecting that it’s actually connected to the Apple Watch. The Get Connected message prompts you to ‘make sure your iPhone has…




Cannot Verify Server Identity error on iPhone

How To Fix The iPhone “Cannot Verify Server Identity” Error

A pop up just appeared on your iOS device and states that the iPhone “Cannot Verify Server Identity”? Don’t panic and read on to detect the source of this error. It’s usually caused by the Mail app. If the text of the warning informs you that the identity of “imap.gmail.com” cannot be verified, it means…




iPhone 'Flash is disabled' Camera error

How To Fix The ‘Flash Is Disabled’ iPhone Error

If you browse this article you’ve obviously just been prompted with the “Flash is Disabled” prompt while opening the stock iOS Camera app. The text of the notification informs you that “The iPhone needs to cool down before you can use the flash.” It actually means what it says. You either exposed your iPhone to…