New Apple Watch gestures are coming this fall with the watchOS 9 software update, making it even easier to use your wearable device hands-free.
Apple's Live Captions feature will auto-transcribe any audio on your iPhone, iPad and Mac, including in phone calls, on video streams and in real life.
Apple Watch Mirroring, a new accessibility feature arriving later this year, will let you share and control the screen of your Apple Watch via its paired iPhone.
Most iPhone users are familiar with the trackpad feature on the software keyboard — the thing where you can tap and drag on the space bar to place the cursor anywhere in a body of text that you want.
Sometimes when you come across something interesting on a website, you can’t help but want to research it further. The same thing might happen if you’re browsing social media, such as Twitter.
This guide tells you the basics of AssistiveTouch on iPhone and iPad, including what it is, when to use it, and how to use it for the average user.
Almost everyone knows that their iPhone’s rear-facing LED flash can double as a handy flashlight, and the Control Center toggle makes it supremely easy to access from anywhere in iOS.
Apple makes it relatively easy to save images viewed on your display to your Photo Library. Almost everywhere you look, you can either tap on a share button to save a photo, tap and hold on a photo to reveal saving options, or you may opt to simply snap a screenshot.
Whenever you’re curious about certain statistics involving your iPhone, be it battery health, current internet speed, or your current Wi-Fi network, much of this information can be found in the Settings app.
An interesting concept for jailbreakers that could merit attention appears to be in the form of a free jailbreak tweak called SleepAid by iOS developer LucifersCircle.
The iPhone’s native Wallet app lets users store and quickly summon important passes and payment methods, but Apple limits what you can store in the Wallet app, which proves frustrating in many cases.