The changes in iOS 16.1 beta 3 include new iPhone features such as Live Activities for live sports scores and a demo for the iPhone 14's satellite connectivity feature.
There’s always a subtle urge by jailbreakers to have the ability to spoof information on their iPhone, whether it’s their location, a phone call, or something else of potential significance.
You can make Siri wait longer and have it keep listening until you finish speaking. In this brief tutorial, we show you how to do that and increase Siri Pause Time so that the assistant waits patiently for your voice command to be over before it starts working on it.
The Health app on your iPhone in iOS 16 has a new Medications option. It allows you to log your medicines, get reminded to take them on time, and more.
In this step-by-step tutorial, we take you through the process and show you how to use the medications feature to better manage your health.
AirPods Pro 2's charging case has a lanyard loop that might double as an antenna for Apple's U1 chip and support improved tracking in the Find My app.
Watch our video review of the second-generation AirPods Pro and learn why Apple's latest noise-canceling earbuds are the best ones we've ever used.
FaceTime-like WhatsApp call links make it easy for friends and family to join a group video chat. On top of those, Meta is testing 32-person encrypted video calls.
If you’ve been jailbreaking iPhones or iPads for any number of years, then you should be at least somewhat familiar with Filza, which is perhaps the most popular file manager app available today.
Watch our video tips and tricks to learn how to use the 10 best features of Apple Watch Ultra in watchOS 9, including hidden and secret ones.
iOS 16 has supercharged your iPhone with over 125 new features, and one of them is the ability to insert emojis into your text via voice using Dictation or Siri. We show you how to do that.
Now that I've had ample time to get used to my iPhone 14 Pro Always-On display, I have a few thoughts and feelings about how Apple could make a few simple software tweaks in order to make the overall user experience better.
The Mail app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac in iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura supports adding rich links. These rich links with the page title, site name, and image provide more context at a glance. For example, it lets the receiver understand what the link is about only by seeing the title and image inside the email.
In this brief tutorial, we show you how to show the link preview by inserting rich web links to your emails sent via the Mail app. The entire process is very simple.