Are you subscribed to multiple Apple services like iCloud, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and more? In that case, you’ll certainly want to check out the new Apple One subscription bundle, as it will likely save you some cash. Plus by rolling all of the Apple subscriptions into one, you may find it easier … 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.
Significant Locations is a feature that allows your iPhone or iPad to keep a record of all the locations you’ve frequently visited, and that the device considers to be significant – typically this is directly relational to the frequency of going to that destination. This information is then used to provide you tailored suggestions and … Read More
Did you accidentally delete some of your photos or videos from your iPhone or iPad? As long as you use iCloud and the photos were deleted in the last 30 days, you can easily recover the deleted images on Apple’s iCloud website from any device that has a web browser.
Ever accidentally tapped on the screen of iPhone or iPad while watching Netflix and paused the show or skipped ahead or something else? If you use the Netflix app on your iPhone or iPad to binge-watch your favorite TV shows and movies, you might be excited to know about this interesting new feature that prevents … Read More
Apple has released release candidates iOS 14.2 GM and iPadOS 14.2 GM to users enrolled in the beta testing programs GM builds are typically the finalized version of a beta software schedule, and typically match the final public version. The release candidate / GM build suggests the final version of iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2 … Read More
For many users, the easiest and best way to sync your photos across multiple devices is undoubtedly using iCloud Photos on the Mac, but that requires a reliable high speed internet connection, and depending on the amount of photos you have, perhaps a lot of iCloud space too. Fortunately, another option exists, and you can … Read More
Did you know that you can set a custom icon for any app that you want to launch on your iOS or iPadOS device? Thanks to the Shortcuts app that comes preinstalled on iOS and iPadOS devices, you can actually use any image as an app icon. This lets you effectively change icons of apps … Read More
If you use Group FaceTime, you’re probably aware of how the face tiles move around and resize based on who’s actively speaking. This may be considered as a good feature by some, but for the others, they may rather that Group FaceTime does not move around and resize depending on who is active. Regardless of … Read More
Do you use Google Chrome instead of Safari as your preferred web browser on your iOS device? Perhaps you have even set Chrome as the default browser on your iPhone or iPad. In that case, you might be interested in learning how you can add Chrome bookmarks to your iPhone or iPad home screen.
Do you take advantage of Apple’s iCloud Photos service to conveniently store all your photos online? If you’ve been a regular user of iCloud Photos over the years, you may occasionally run into issues where it doesn’t always work seamlessly, and sometimes that means iCloud Photos are not downloading to an iPhone or iPad as … Read More
Do you use the stock Notes app on your iPhone or iPad to take down notes, make to-do lists, and store other valuable information? In that case, you may want to learn how you can move your Notes from your device to iCloud, and vice-versa.
Do you use the stock Notes app on your iPhone or iPad to write down important info, manage checklists, scan documents, make to-do lists, quickly jot down notes, draw, or share info? For whatever purpose you use Notes, you may be interested in changing the paper style to lines, grids, or default, whatever is a … Read More
You can now change the default web browser app on iPhone and iPad to be Chrome, so if you’d rather use Chrome instead of Safari, that’s now an easy option, as long as your device is running iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 or later.
Apple has released iOS 14.2 beta 4 and iPadOS 14.2 beta 4 for users engaged in the beta testing programs for iPhone and iPad system software. These beta releases are separate from stable versions that are available to all users. The most recent final stable build of system software for iPhone and iPad are the … Read More
Apple has released iOS 14.1 for iPhone and iPod touch along with iPadOS 14.1 for iPad. iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1 are the first major point release updates for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 and include a variety of bug fixes and improvements, making it recommended for all users who are currently running a prior … Read More
One of of the more exciting new changes to iPhone and iPad is the ability to set third-party mail apps as default. This ability requires iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 or later. For now, you can change the default mail app to a different email client and change the default browser app too, so if … Read More
The Messages app on iPhone and iPad allows you to send regular text messages and iMessages, but did you know you can also send sketches, doodles, fireballs, and even heartbeats to your friends over iMessage too?
Are you getting unwanted text messages from a random phone number? Or perhaps, it’s just an annoying friend or group who’s sending you constant tests on iMessage? Either way, it’s pretty easy to mute these message threads on your iPhone and avoid all notifications every time they send you a text.