AirTags may be tiny button-shaped devices, but they still require power to perform tasks and communicate with the Find My network. No, this doesn’t mean you have to charge it, but it’s still important to keep an eye on the battery life, since they’ll need to be changed every so often. Let’s review some additional … Read More
The iPhone is a smartphone from Apple that runs the iOS mobile operating system. Between its apps, communication features, the camera, mobile internet access, and other functionalities, the iPhone has quickly become an integral part of many peoples tech lives.
If you recently bought and configured AirTags to keep some of your accessories safe and easily trackable, you will probably want to learn to take advantage of everything that Apple’s new tracker has to offer. Of course a huge component of AirTags is that you can find them, and using Precision Finding makes this easy.
Have you picked up a few AirTags to keep track of all your accessories? In that case, you may be curious about how you can set them up and add them to the Find My network. There’s nothing to worry about since it’s pretty easy.
Do you listen to podcasts using your iPhone or iPad on a regular basis? If so, you may have noticed that the Podcasts app’s user interface and options have changed, especially if your device is updated.
Are you facing issues setting up a new HomeKit accessory using the Home app? Perhaps, you’re unable to scan the QR code successfully, or the product’s QR sticker is damaged? Thankfully, you have other options to configure your accessory, as it’s possible to manually add accessories without having to use a QR code. We’ll cover … Read More
A peculiar issue can occur for some iPhone users where the icons on their device screen are missing. The icon names may or may not appear, or the icon badges may or may not appear, but the icon itself is usually gone. Sometimes the entire bottom row of icons in the Dock are missing, along … Read More
If you have installed the iOS 15 beta but now decided you no longer want to run beta system software on your device, you’ll need to downgrade the iPhone back to an iOS 14.x release. Whether you’re fed up with bugs, crashes, app incompatibilities, or just don’t want to deal with the beta anymore, you … Read More
Do you long for the days of the skeuomorphic designs and tactile beauty of iOS 4? Do you wish you could run iOS 4 on your shiny new iPhone 12 Pro? Of course you do! If you’re feeling that iOS 4 nostalgia, you won’t want to miss OldOS.
If you regularly use iMessages with group conversations, you’ll likely appreciate the Mentions feature that is part of Messages on iPhone and iPad.
Is someone bothering you by constantly trying to call you on FaceTime? Regardless of whether it’s a random phone number of it’s someone in your contacts, you can easily block these callers on your iPhone and iPad.
If you’re a regular iMessage user, you may have come across a situation where you’d like to reply to a specific message sent from somebody, and have it be obvious that is the message you are responding to. This is where inline replies come in, which allow you to specify a message you are replying … Read More
Do you want to install some apps to iOS or iPadOS that are not available on the Apple App Store? Perhaps you want an emulator, or a torrent client on your iPhone or iPad? If so, you will need to rely on a third party store called AltStore that lets you sideload apps on to … Read More
Apple has released iOS 12.5.4 with important security fixes for older iPhone and iPad models. The iOS 12.5.4 update is available for devices that are not capable of running later iOS and iPadOS versions, including the latest iOS 14.6 and iPadOS 14.6 release. Specifically, iOS 12.5.4 is available for iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 … Read More
Do you receive a lot of messages from multiple people on your iPhone or iPad? Do you frequently message back and forth with a few people in particular? If so, you may find the pinning feature of Messages to be useful, which allows you to pin a message thread or contact to the top of … Read More
If you recently purchased a HomePod or HomePod Mini, you may remember how you didn’t have the option to even connect to a Wi-Fi network while setting up the device. Accordingly, you may be surprised to know that the HomePod wi-fi network can in fact be changed, albeit to a limited extent.
If you own an iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max, and you’ve noticed less than ideal battery health for your device, this article is just for you. The good news is that there’s nothing wrong with your iPhone. And with newer iOS versions, you can recalibrate the battery for these devices.
Now that iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 are in developer beta, many users understandably want to know when the more widely available public beta of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 will become available. While nobody knows the exact date of the public beta release for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 (and MacOS Monterey for that … Read More
Apple introduced iOS 15 at the 2021 WWDC event, and its early build is already available for developers to download and install. If you’re a developer yourself, or just have a dev account, you probably want to try out iOS 15 beta and install it onto an iPhone so that you can check it out.