Dual-SIM capabilities comes in clutch when one of your iPhone’s cellular carriers falls behind in service quality. It’s also handy when you want more than one phone number. But the process of toggling cellular providers is cumbersome and leaves a lot to be desired.
When jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad, you may install a swath of different jailbreak tweaks. In some cases, you may find yourself in a certain mood to experience one type of aesthetic or functionality, but have a totally different whim another day.
With the release of a new and free jailbreak tweak called ExitTagConfirm by iOS developer CydiaGeek, users of the popular SoundHound song-tagging app can rest assured they won’t dismiss the song tagger by accident ever again.
While lots of iPhone and iPad users depend on their Lock Screen as a layer of protection for keeping unwarranted users users out, a smaller subset see it as a nuisance barrier to their handset usage altogether.
The Siri smart assistant has learned a new voice command in iOS 16, enabling you to toggle Apple's assistive feature, dubbed Auto-Answer Calls, hands-free.
Everyone can agree that having fast on-demand access to your favorite apps is nothing short of convenient, so it’s rather interesting to see that Apple hasn’t yet added an app launcher or something like it to the iOS platform — not even in the announcement for iOS 16 this week.
Screen recording is a feature that comes standard on iPhones and iPads, but if you fancy more advanced screen recording options, then you’re out of luck unless Apple decides to add them later in a software update.
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.