Programmers must have to make life exciting by hiding little treasures in the software. These little treasures come in the form of games or flashy extras. Here are a ew that you can expect to find hidden in the iOS of your iPhone or MacBook.
If your MacBook detects a PC on your network, it will give you the blue screen of death
Here are a few more Easter Eggs programmed into your iOS devices.
Play Mini Games Inside Applications
go to the Utilities folder
type “emacs” (without the quotes)
Press the esc key and the X key at the same time.
At prompts type “tetris” and get ready to spend hours playing this very addictive game.
You can also type in “pong” or “snake.”
Slo Mo Effects When minimizing windows hold the shift key and you’ll see a genie effect.
Therapist Using the same directions for mini games above you can get a typed version of “Siri.”
Type in Doctor and it will ask what your problem is and you can carry on a conversation.
Funny things to ask Siri: Siri has some thoughts on movies. Ask what Inception is about.
Here are more movies she has interesting answers for.
2001: A Space Odyssey
Wizard of Oz
More funny things to ask Siri:
To load the Google Earth flight simulator, go to Google Earth, type Ctrl-Alt A on PC or Cmd-Opt A on a Mac. You’ll have your choice of an F-16 or an SR-22. As far as controlling your flight, you can figure it out from there or use Google Earth keyboard controls help page.
Here are a few more Google Tricks
Type “Do a Barrel Roll” into search field in Google
Type “Askew” into search field in Google
If you open a YouTube video, click in the frame right after the video starts loading, then immediately type one of the keyboard’s arrow keys, you can start playing a game of snakey on the video as it plays. Don’t run into the walls!
Ever hear the song by Ylvis’ smash hit “The Fox.” If you ask Google Now, “What does the fox say?” it will reply with a “Hatee-hatee-hatee-ho!” Ask it again and you’ll get a “Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow!”