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Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Emoji is the best thing that was ever developed since the invention of the mechanical calculator. There’s nothing more like expressing your feelings with these cute emoticons! But let’s admit it: we all have problems in finding the emoji that we want to use. Instead of sending our messages right away, we’re taking too much time trying to look for the perfect emoji.

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Tuesday, March 08, 2016

Double-tapping the Home button to call up the app switcher to jump to another app or close an app has probably become such a force of habit that you can’t imagine app switching or app closing by any other means. But should you have an iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus with 3D Touch and a desire to shun the Home button, there is another way to access the multitasking app switcher.

Read more www.cnet.com


Sunday, March 06, 2016

You can share the files from your Mac to the iPhone to the iPad or iPod touch through AirDrop that is built in your Mac OS and iOS. In some cases, the AirDrop works finely or sometimes, it cannot perform in any way. If you see that the AirDrop is not working, then you need to look into some of these troubleshooting tricks that will help you in mending the issue so that you could distribute wirelessly and iOS devices yet again.

Read more neurogadget.com



Let’s face it, after using your Apple products all day long, chances are they will get dirty, be it from finger prints being left on iOS devices and laptops or grease marks left on the keyboard. In this how-to article we will discuss how to clean your Apple products. Currently, Apple only sells the Moshi TeraGlove to clean your devices, which includes a microfiber glove and a spray bottle.

Read more 9to5mac.com


Friday, March 04, 2016

One of the best features of your iPhone or iPad that you’re probably not using is the share menu. You know it — it’s the strip of apps that appear when you tap the share button (the little square with the arrow erupting out of it) within an app. Introduced in iOS 8, the sharing system — which other apps can work with via a tool called “share sheets” — in iOS lets you send documents, URLs, photos and other files to other apps and services. The share icon (below) is available in a slew of core iOS apps and plenty of third-party apps, too.

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Rather than line up to speak with a genius in a blue shirt, Apple users can now turn to Twitter with their iTech queries. Encountering a technical problem with your iGadgets can often leave you trawling the forums in search answers, especially when Apple has a habit of dragging its feet when it comes to acknowledging bugs with its products.

Read more www.smh.com.au


Sunday, February 28, 2016

2016 is due to be the year of virtual reality; in fact, the HTC Vive Pre and Oculus Rift will be entering the market in a matter of months, however these are premium options with £500+ price tags and no Mac support. So what are Mac and iOS users to do? While it seems that VR for Mac is still some way away, iOS users have an option available to them. Here, we explain Mobile VR and ways to enjoy virtual reality using an iPhone.

Read more www.macworld.co.uk


Thursday, February 25, 2016

If you want to listen to YouTube audio on your phone while multitasking with other apps or after you’ve locked your screen, ditch the YouTube app and give your earbud’s play button a press. Usually when you go to the home screen or switch apps on iOS, YouTube’s audio will stop streaming automatically.

Read more lifehacker.com


Saturday, February 20, 2016

Everyone loves Emojis, however if you want to add even more flare to your chats then there’s an alternative keyboard that can help you in achieving that. Hidden deep inside iOS’s Keyboard settings is an emoticon keyboard that gives you quick access to hundreds of emoticons or Unicode Faces in just a few taps.

Read more ioshacker.com


Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Over time, Apple has put a lot of hard work and effort into the stock Messages app to make sure the experience is absolutely solid across the board. What started off as a simple SMS hub on the iPhone is now an IM platform of its own – iMessage – available on all iOS devices.

Read more wccftech.com


Thursday, February 04, 2016

Like most online-based services, the iOS App Store keeps a local cache of information on a user’s iPhone or iPad in order to speed up the experience while browsing the store. If your App Store app is acting up — e.g., slow to load pages, frequently crashing, displaying corrupted images — one possible fix is to reset or clear this cache on your device. Here’s how to do it.

Read more www.tekrevue.com


Monday, February 01, 2016

There are many people out there that use their iPhone or iPad as their main internet surfing device. Mobile devices and cellular networks are now strong enough to support basically anything you can down on your computer. So, since web browsing on mobile is so popular you’d think there would be competition amongst browser providers. There is not. Google Chrome for iOS is a fan favorite even on devices that come with Safari by default.

Read more www.iphonehacks.com


Thursday, January 14, 2016

Some iPhone and iPad users have discovered their devices keep asking them repeatedly for their Apple ID to be verified with a password. If you have this issue, this Apple ID password verification pop-up appears at random but frequently, and you’ll see it appear anytime you reboot the device on the lock screen, and often when unlocking the device after a period of going unused.

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Monday, January 04, 2016

A reader—my father, in fact—asked why, after upgrading to iOS 9.2, his iPhone’s battery started to drain rapidly. Was there an issue with the update? Not that I knew of, but I’ve seen many times, including a few instances recently, that iOS gets itself into a battery-draining mode that can’t be explained.

Read more www.macworld.com


Sunday, January 03, 2016

Apple is famously known for creating a network of devices that benefit from one another working together. Steve Jobs pushed his team to create products that easily connected to one another, adding value to owning multiple Apple devices. So, if when I purchased the new Apple TV 4, I knew that my other Apple devices would play a big role in how I used my Apple TV.

Read more www.iphonehacks.com


Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Ever get an update to an iOS app that just completely destroyed the app and made it terrible? There’s a way to roll back to older versions if you’re willing to jump through some hoops.

Read more lifehacker.com



We’ll show you how to use the iOS 9 Hotspot and a handy new iOS 9 hotspot feature that lets you quickly connect your iPad to the iPhone and see important information like signal strength and battery life left on your iPhone. All of the new iOS 9 hotspot features are the same on the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and older iPhones. You’ll also see similar options on an iPad with LTE connectivity.

Read more www.gottabemobile.com


Friday, December 25, 2015

iOS: In previous versions of iOS, to find a keyword on a page you needed to tap the URL bar in Safari and type in your search. In iOS 9, it’s a little easier with a button tucked away in the share menu.

Read more www.lifehacker.com.au



Use this list of iOS 9 tips, tricks and hidden features that will help you do more with your iPhone or iPad without spending money on apps and accessories. We’ll show you what you can do with your iPhone or iPad and iOS 9, iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2 to unlock the full potential of your device. This is updated with new tips and tricks, as well as a few iOS 9 hidden features even power users will have trouble finding.

Read more www.gottabemobile.com


Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Has Apple’s continued embrace of larger displays with the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus convinced you to make the switch from Android to iPhone? Here’s how to do it with minimal fuss.

Read more www.trustedreviews.com


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