How often have phone calls interrupted what you were doing while using your iPhone? Maybe you were reading an article, or writing an important email, and suddenly the whole screen is taken over by an incoming phone call. Sure, you can send the call to voicemail but that may be rude on undesirable, depending on … Read More
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.
Scrolling through days or weeks of Messages conversations on iPhone or iPad to find that one photo you’re looking for is such a tedious process. However, if you use iMessage for texting your friends, family, and colleagues, there’s a neat trick to quickly access all your media and browse through all photos that have been … Read More
Do you want to combine a few different videos into a single video on your iPhone or iPad? Perhaps you’ve recorded and captured a handful of video clips and you’d like to make a montage? With the iMovie app that’s available for iOS and iPadOS devices, combining movie clips into a single video is a … Read More
Wi-Fi Calling is great iPhone feature that allows you to make regular phone calls over your Wi-Fi network. It comes in handy when you’re indoors but your cellular signal strength is poor, or even nonexistent. Assuming wi-fi calling is enabled on your iPhone, your carrier will automatically switch to the active Wi-Fi connection to improve … Read More
The Messages app on iPhone and iPad allows you to play games directly within the app itself, in addition to what you’d typically expect with sending and receiving regular text messages and iMessages. Does playing games like chess, checkers, cup pong, battleship, darts, mini-golf, amongst many others over iMessage sound fun to you? Then read … Read More
Apple has released iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2, the latest updates to the iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 operating systems. iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2 include bug fixes and improvements, along with a few smaller features like an addition of the Shazam music identification widget. Additionally, the new software updates include over a hundred new … Read More
An easy way to make important notes stand out is to pin them to the top of the Notes app list. If you regularly use the Notes app to take down notes, make to-do lists, and store other valuable information, you may have trouble finding some important notes, and the pinned note feature offers a … Read More
Want to declutter your Messages app on iPhone and iPad? One way to do that is to delete iMessages, either the entire conversations, or even a specific message. And let’s face it, most of us have sent a message or two that we regretted, or perhaps we don’t want to see reminders of any more. … Read More
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
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.
Every year, Apple refreshes the default wallpapers with new system software releases, and iOS 14 includes a bundle of new default wallpapers too that showcase the OS, and they look just as good as you’d expect.
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
Rarely, you may need to put an iPhone SE into DFU mode as a troubleshooting method or recovery method. This shouldn’t be necessary with any regularity, but if you have some particular difficulties with the device where it appears completely unusable (bricked), or fails during the middle of a software update and the device is … Read More
Are you looking for an easier way to change the watch face on your Apple Watch? In that case, you may be interested in learning how you can change the Apple Watch face right from your iPhone within a matter of seconds.
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
If you have a newer model iPhone SE (2020 model year or newer), you might be wondering how you can force restart the device. This article will be guiding you through the necessary steps to properly force restart your new iPhone SE.