Are you as much annoyed as we are by the persistent message in the Settings app asking that you complete personalizing your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch by enrolling in Apple Pay or setting up another feature like Siri that you deliberately skipped during the onboarding process?
Apple customers have long been able to designate any user-submitted app review as helpful in order to help App Store surface apps and games that are relevant to their personal tastes. Coupled with iOS 11.3’s new sorting options in App Store, this helps others filter only the most helpful reviews.
Taking and sharing screenshots on your iOS-powered devices has become a lot quicker thanks to iOS 11. What you may not know yet is that there is another slick shortcut for the already nimble process! Skip past the screenshot-editing screen and jump directly from your screenshot to the Share sheet.
Letters, numbers and punctuation marks are now all on the same keyboard on your iPad, no more switching back and forth, thanks to a flick-down gesture that lets you type various symbols without pressing the Shift key or the “123” key.
Turning on the radio in the morning to catch up on events is so last century: Siri can serve up local podcast-based audio news reports when asked about daily news via one of the supported hands-free methods. Here’s how to use Siri News.
Apple’s Messages app offers the ability to copy a text or iMessage, wholly or partially. Doing so lets you paste the whole conversation or part of it into an entirely new text or another app, like Mail or Notes.
When your iPhone X can’t see or recognize your face, don’t wait on it to display the passcode keypad. Use this simple trick to quickly unlock your device using the passcode keypad, and save a few precious seconds.