Whether you’re using Apple Pages, Numbers, or Keynote applications, you may want to hide the editing tools as you review a document, and you can do this thanks to a handy reading view feature available in each of the Apple iWork suite apps.
iOS is the mobile operating system that runs on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and other mobile hardware from Apple. Though it may look differently and run on different hardware, iOS is based upon a highly modified variation of Mac OS, the desktop operating system software that runs on Macs.
Apple has released the fifth beta versions of iOS 16 for iPhone, and iPadOS 16 for iPad. The new beta build is available to download right now for developer users participating in the beta testing program, while the same build is usually released soon after for public beta users.
It’s understandable to be excited about the iOS 16 release date, with new fun features coming to the iPhone like a customizable lock screen with widgets, the ability to edit sent iMessages, new Safari tab grouping features, new iCloud Photo Library features, and more. And similarly, you may be excited to get iPadOS 16 on … Read More
Have you ever wanted to update the software on your iPhone using your cellular network? Perhaps you don’t have access to a Wi-Fi connection but want to install an iOS update? Apple allows users to update their iPhones over LTE and 5G, at least in some countries.
The Apple Mail app offers different mailboxes that are not visible by default, and depending on which email provider you use, you’ll have different options. Some of the optional hidden mailboxes include Flagged, Unread, VIP, To or CC, Attachments, Thread Notifications, Today, Muted Threads, All Drafts, and more.
Are you in the iOS 16 or iPadOS 16 beta testing programs and want to stop getting beta updates? Whether you’re in the public beta or developer beta, you can leave the iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 beta programs at any time by removing the beta profile from your device. Generally there’s not a lot … Read More
iOS 16 beta 4 and iPadOS 16 beta 4 are now available to download for users enrolled in the beta testing programs for iPhone and iPad system software. Typically the developer beta build rolls out first, and is soon followed by the same build as a public beta version.
Did you know that many modern TV’s, like any newer model LG OLED TV, includes support for AirPlay? This functionality which is built into many modern smart TV panels allows you to use AirPlay for watching videos, movies, tv shows, and screen mirroring, sending content from an iPhone or iPad directly to the TV screen … Read More
Apple has released iOS 15.6 and iPadOS 15.6 for all iPhone and iPad users. The new software updates are available now, alongside macOS Monterey 12.5 for Mac. iOS 15.6 and iPadOS 15.6 include bug fixes, security updates, and small enhancements to the operating systems for iPhone and iPad. Perhaps most notable is a resolution to … Read More
Apple now supports the ability for verifiable COVID vaccination cards to be added to iPhone via the Apple Wallet application. The digital COVID-19 vaccine passport could be useful for situations where you must show your vaccine papers to travel, cross a border, enter into a restaurant, enter a building, or other for example. Rather than … Read More
If you want to try the public beta of iOS 16 on your iPhone, you’re in luck because it’s now available to download and update for any adventurous user. iOS 16 includes some nifty new features for iPhone, most notably the redesigned customizable lock screen with widgets, but there are also other fun and interesting … Read More
Do you still see two-factor authentication codes for accounts that you no longer use in the Google Authenticator App? Then, it’s time to clean up your list of accounts. A moment of your time is all it takes to remove old accounts from your Google Authenticator app.
Apple has released iOS 16 beta 3 and iPadOS 16 beta 3 to uses participating in the developer beta testing programs for Apple system software. The new builds are available now for anyone who has installed iOS 16 beta or iPadOS 16 beta onto their iPhone or iPad, respectively.
If you read a lot of content on your iPhone, especially our vast array of helpful articles, you may have sometimes noticed that your screen dims, turns off, and locks automatically. However, this can be avoided by changing how long your iPhone screen takes to lock or turn off due to inactivity.
Did you know you can mirror your iPhone or iPad to many modern LG TV’s? Similar to how you mirror the iPhone screen to an Apple TV device, many modern smart TV’s also directly support the ability to mirror a device screen directly to them. If you’ve been thinking about purchasing an Apple TV to … Read More
￼ Firefox Focus is a great web browser for iPhone and iPad that basically defaults to being in private browsing mode, meaning there are no cookies, browsing history, or other browser data kept or maintained. But despite being a privacy centric browser, Firefox Focus defaults to sending browser usage data to Mozilla, along with a … Read More
You may be familiar with the iPhone feature that allows you to filter your Messages inbox to Known and Unknown senders, which is handy if you find yourself getting a lot of messages you do not want from people you do not know. But what if you find someone you do know that has been … Read More
iOS 16 brings some fun new changes to the iPhone, including redesigned customizable lock screens, widgets on the lock screen, new Focus features, the ability to edit sent messages, new Mail features like scheduling emails, and much more. If you have an iPhone, you may be curious if your device can support the upcoming iOS … Read More