Restoring an iPhone or iPad can be necessary sometimes, usually as a troubleshooting procedure. If you’re a Windows PC user, you can restore iPhone and iPad easily with iTunes. Restoring a device can be helpful if you’re facing issues with your iOS device, or if you’re simply planning to sell or trade it for a … 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.
Do you want to quickly see the battery percent of your AirPods or AirPods Pro? Thanks to the Control Center on iPhone and iPad, it’s fairly convenient to check the battery life of your wireless earbuds. Let’s say you’re in the middle of using an application or playing games on your iOS device. With the … Read More
Are you currently participating in the iOS 14 public beta or iPadOS 14 public beta? If so, you can report bugs and glitches you experience during the beta directly to Apple using Feedback Assistant. Thought not all beta users are aware of this functionality, filling out bug reports and offering feedback is your chance to … Read More
High Dynamic Range (HDR) is an imaging technique that has been available on smartphone cameras for a while now. Essentially, the HDR feature aims to make the photos you capture on your iPhone or iPad as realistic as possible.
Apple has released iOS 14 beta 7 for iPhone and iPod touch, and iPadOS 14 beta 7 for iPad. The new beta version is available for users enrolled in the beta system software programs. Typically a developer beta build is available first and soon followed by the same build as a public beta release. Additionally, … Read More
Apple AirPlay allows users to seamlessly mirror their iPhone or iPad screen to Apple TV or AirPlay 2-compatible smart TVs out of the box, but what if you want to use this feature on your Windows PC? You’ll be pleased to know that there are multiple software choices that you can make use of to … Read More
If you’ve ever wanted to download files from Safari to your iPhone or iPad, you’ll be pleased to know that Safari has a download manager in more recent versions of iOS and iPadOS.
Most spreadsheet applications are able to perform various numerical operations to quickly manipulate the data you enter in the cells. If you use Apple’s Numbers to create and edit spreadsheets, you’ll be able to use formulas right from your iPhone and iPad.
Apple has released iOS 13.7 for iPhone and iPod touch along with iPadOS 13.7 for iPad. iOS 13.7 includes support for COVID “Exposure Notifications Express”, a feature that allows health authorities to participate in the COVID-19 Exposure Notification system without having to rely on a separate app. Currently, most regions, states, and localities do not … Read More
Need to print something from an iPhone or iPad? Gone are the days where you needed to hook up your printer to a computer to get a physical copy of documents, pictures, and more. With AirPrint, you can use your iPhone or iPad to print anything wirelessly over Wi-Fi.
Do you want to know when your friends or family members arrive at a destination, or when they leave a particular location, without having to call them? Thanks to a nifty Find My feature, you can receive location based notifications right on your iPhone or iPad when someone else leaves or arrives at a destination.
Do you want to make sure your Facebook app remains 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 Facebook and hide it on your device.
Want to share your location with someone easily? Tired of always having to give directions when you’re meeting up with your family, friends, and colleagues? Thanks to the location sharing feature within Apple’s Find My app, you can easily help someone to find you by sharing your location from iPhone or iPad, and in turn … Read More
Aside from the ongoing iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 beta tests, Apple has released a separate iOS 13.7 beta and iPadOS 13.7 beta. The iOS 13.7 beta release seems to primarily focus on the COVID Exposure Notification system, which allows users to opt into COVID contact tracing through an app if one is available from … Read More
Some iPhone and iPad users may occasionally run into a frustrating issue where FaceTime calls keep hanging up, dropping connections, disconnecting, or otherwise failing, usually after being on a successful FaceTime call for a few seconds. If you’re experiencing issues with FaceTime dropping calls, random disconnections, and hang ups, then read on to help troubleshoot … Read More
Apple has released iOS 14 beta 6 and iPadOS 14 beta 6 for users enrolled in the beta system software programs for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The developer beta usually rolls out first and is soon followed by the same build arriving as a public beta release. Separately, Apple rolled out new beta builds … Read More
Do you want to stop your iPhone or iPad from automatically downloading software updates to iOS and iPadOS? Regardless of what device you’re using, disabling automatic updates is a fairly simple and straightforward procedure on both iOS and iPadOS.
iPhone and iPad users who have a Windows PC may be happy to know they can backup their iPhone or iPad to Windows PC by using iTunes. Since not all iPhone users have Macs or iCloud, this offers another backup solution for the PC-based user base. And if you’re not paying for iCloud, the chances … Read More