Having trouble with emails on iPhone or iPad? The Mail app that comes preinstalled on all Apple devices like the iPhone, iPad and Mac is widely used by iOS and ipadOS users to send and receive emails, regardless of what e-mail service they use. And it typically behaves as expected, but sometimes you may not … Read More
The iPad is a tablet computer from Apple that runs the iOS mobile operating system. Similar in functionality to the iPhone, the iPads purpose is often quite different, sometimes even serving as a general desktop computer replacement.
Are you tired of filling out your personal information every time you’re asked to create an account on a website or an app? We’re pretty sure that you’re not alone. Thanks to this new feature called “Sign in with Apple”, this shouldn’t be much of a hassle anymore, as it makes signing up for and … Read More
Apple has released iOS 14 beta 4 and iPadOS 14 beta 4 to users enrolled in the beta testing programs for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Typically the developer beta version is released first, and soon followed by the public beta release of the same build.
If you’re already using Webex Meetings for video conferencing, you’ll be pleased to know that you can also share the screen of your iPhone or iPad with other participants in the meeting. This capability could prove to be useful for showing presentations and other valuable data.
Do you want to allow or block certain apps usage to specific times for a child’s iPhone or iPad? Thanks to Screen Time, this is a fairly simple and straightforward procedure.
Color Filters can be applied to the iPhone and iPad screen, offering a way to adjust the tint and hue of devices screen. This can be helpful if you feel the iPhone or iPad screen is too yellow, warm, blue, or cool. And of course, if you have color blindness or some other visual disturbances, … Read More
In today’s busy world, not everyone has the time to curl up with a book and read. One great option for the busy bookworm is the audiobook, and the great thing about listening to audiobooks is you can do so while driving, going for a walk, while working out, or even during a flight. If … Read More
Do you want to quickly enable Do Not Disturb on your iPhone or iPad? Thanks to the iOS Control Center, you can not only toggle Do Not Disturb mode, but also schedule it according to your preference.
Do you want to make sure your messages remain hidden when you’re letting someone else use your iPhone or iPad? If so, you’re in luck. Screen Time offers a convenient way to lock apps, and you can use it to block access to the stock Messages app.
Want to use Siri to control your AirPods and AirPods Pro with just your voice? Thanks to Siri voice assistant, you can perform various tasks such as adjusting volume, checking the battery percent, finding directions and more, without having to take your iPhone out of the pocket.
Are you an iPhone user looking to backup your photos to the cloud, but you have either ran out of iCloud storage space, don’t want to pay for iCloud fees, or you’re already intertwined within the Google ecosystem? You’re certainly not alone. Thanks to Google Photos, there’s an alternate way to backup iPhone photos to … Read More
Do you want to set a complicated passcode on your new iPhone or iPad to prevent unauthorized access? You’re in luck, because iOS and iPadOS lets users create a custom alphanumeric passcode if that’s what they prefer, allowing for significantly more complex device passcodes that are harder to guess and crack.
Have you been looking forward to use a dark themed WhatsApp on your iPhone? You’re certainly not alone, but that wait has finally come to an end, as WhatsApp now fully supports the Dark Mode feature.
Are you looking to set a new profile picture for your Apple account? Fortunately, this is fairly easy to do and you can do this right from your iPhone or iPad within a matter of seconds.
Making Bluetooth connections with peripherals and other devices from your iPhone or iPad is a fairly simple and straightforward procedure for the most part, but sometimes you might run into connectivity-related issues. In rare cases, you might be unable to successfully pair or connect a Bluetooth accessory to your iOS device, or you might have … Read More
Do you use Google Maps for navigation on your iPhone and iPad? If so, you might be interested in setting the app to automatically delete your search history. As you may know, Google Maps defaults to saving your recent searches for places and directions, similar to a web browser. Those searched are saved to improve … Read More
Apple has released iOS 14 beta 3 and iPadOS 14 beta 3 for users who are participating in the beta testing programs for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Typically the developer beta rolls out first and is soon followed by the same build as a public beta. Separately, Apple also released new betas for watchOS … Read More
If you are interested in finding a COVID-19 testing location, Apple Maps may be able to help track down a place where you can get tested for the novel coronavirus. Finding COVID-19 testing facilities near you, or even in a different region, is quite easy with Apple Maps. Here’s all that you will need to … Read More