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iPhone 10th Anniversary Concept

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The 10th anniversary of the original iPhone will occur next year and a lot of rumors and speculation surrounding a new model has arisen. Most people believe it will come in the form of an iPhone 8 total redesign, completely shattering expectations, however, I believe that a better idea would be to release a 10th anniversary model edition of the iPhone 7 that maintains the design of the original. It would have a metal bottom bar similar to the plastic antenna cover of the original one. The base sizes would be 128GB and 256GB instead of starting at 32GB. I would love for these to be marketed in every store, however, I believe the most likely scenario with an anniversary model would be a limited supply model. The model above maintains the shape and design of the traditional iPhone 7, however, it features the original set of iOS wallpapers. 





How to Install macOS Sierra on a Hackintosh

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Hackintosh: How to Install macOS Sierra on a Hackintosh
Here are the things you'll need (I recommend you save them in a folder on your desktop): A genuine MacmacOS Sierra Installer | App Store EFI Mounter v3 | LinkLatest version of Clover | Link FakeSMC.kext | LinkAn 16GB or more USB
1) First you're going to want to use a tool in Terminal called "createinstallmedia" to make your USB drive. Assuming the Install macOS Sierra.app is in your Applications folder, run this command in Terminal (replacing where necessary, I'd recommend copying and pasting, and then going back and editing):


sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app --volume /Volumes/{USB name here}
This could be anywhere between 10 and 30 minutes, but could be more or less depending on your setup. When the process is completed, you will be able to type in Terminal again.
2) Now run the Clover package. Select the U…