Have you ever gone to update apps and then realized you don’t even want some of these apps installed on your iPhone or iPad any longer? Now you can easily delete those apps right from the Updates section of the App Store. As you likely know by now, updating apps on iPhone and iPad with … Read More
Search iOS 13
Want to downgrade from iOS 14 beta on iPhone and revert back to iOS 13? Are you facing any major issues after updating your iPhone to iOS 14? Or perhaps you’re not enjoying iOS 14 as you thought you would? Luckily, you can downgrade the iPhone software back to iOS 13 without losing all your … Read More
Have you ever wanted a quicker way to multi-select items on your iPhone or iPad? Thanks to a handy new gesture, selecting multiple emails, messages, notes, files, etc. is now easier than ever before.
As each year goes by, smartphones are becoming increasingly popular for their video recording capabilities. Today, we have several smartphones with multiple camera setups and advanced video stabilization that some of them come close to rivalling dedicated cameras. For example, the triple-lens camera system on the new iPhone 11 Pro seamlessly work together, providing unmatched … Read More
Tired of those web page previews that pop up in Safari, whenever you’re trying to grab a link or open it in a new tab? You’re not alone, but these link previews can be easily disabled within Safari on iPhone and iPad.
Do you want to set communication limits on your children’s iOS devices? Thanks to Screen Time, this parental control feature is now possible on the iPhone and iPad.
Cropping videos is easier than ever on iPhone and iPad, and you can now perform video crops directly from Photos app without using iMovie as was necessary in prior iOS versions.
Need to rotate a video or movie on iPhone or iPad? You can easily do that with the latest iOS and iPadOS releases. Videos can be recorded and watched in either landscape or portrait mode on the iPhone and iPad. However, it’s pretty easy to accidentally record clips in the wrong orientation using your device’s … Read More
The camera app on the iPhone and iPad collects geographic data of all the photos you take by default (though geotagging photos can be disabled on the camera). This is called geotagging, which essentially lets you know where exactly the photo was captured. Although this is a useful feature to have, considering how easily you … Read More
Do you want to stop your children from making unauthorized in-app purchases on any of the iPhones or iPads they use? Thanks to the Screen Time functionality within iOS and ipadOS, it’s fairly easy to disable these purchases on any Apple device. In this article, we’ll be discussing how you can turn off in-app purchases … Read More
If you find the new way of updating apps in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 to be too slow or too many steps, there’s a faster way to access the Updates section of the App Store on iPhone and iPad, and you can jump directly to app Updates from the Home Screen. This article will … Read More
Do you want to make folders to organize the home screen on your iPhone and iPad? Most of us have several applications installed on our iOS and iPadOS devices, and more often than not, the home screen is quickly a mess. In order to clean it all up, you’ll need to make use of the … Read More
You can easily connect external storage drives to iPad and iPhone, providing easy access to all the files and data on those drives via the Files app. This includes connecting flash drives, USB hard drives, SD cards, and just about any other storage medium to iPhone, iPad Pro, and iPad you can think of, as … Read More
Want to copy and paste on iPhone or iPad using gestures? The latest releases of iOS and iPadOS offer new gestures for manipulating data including new approaches for copying and pasting data, and they’re pretty simple to use once you learn what the copy gesture and paste gesture is for the newest iPhone and iPad … Read More
Want to set a time limit for app usage on iPhone or iPad? Screen Time lets you do just that. At a time where we all perhaps use our iPhones a little too much, knowing exactly how long we spend with it in our hand can be useful. Knowing which apps we use most can … Read More
Many of us take hundreds or even thousands of pictures on our iPhones and iPads over the course of a year. All of these photos are mixed along with all other saved images too, including screenshots, images you download from the internet, and pictures you receive from social networks, all in the primary camera roll … Read More
Apple has released the GM (Golden Master) versions of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 to users enrolled in the beta testing programs, carrying the build number of 17E255. A GM build is typically the final version of a developer build that then gets released to the general public. Separately, Apple released macOS Catalina 10.15.4 beta … Read More
Did you know you can now use custom fonts with iPhone and iPad? If there is one thing that iPhones and iPads have been lacking for too long, it’s support for custom fonts. Apple’s iPad, in particular, should have had custom fonts a long time ago, especially given its focus on productivity since the arrival … Read More