A new NameDrop-like feature in iOS 17.2 uses NFC to enable you to quickly share eligible Wallet passes by bringing two iPhones together.
Apple on Wednesday officially released iOS & iPadOS 17.1, one day later than initially anticipated after many news outlets took a leak from a French regulatory group known as the ANFR during the iPhone 12 radiation concern debacle a little too seriously.
Learn how to stop your iPhone from communicating and sharing data with other iPhones when you bring both next to each other.
In this tutorial, we will tell you everything you need to know about using NameDrop to send and receive phone numbers, email addresses, and Contact Posters between two iPhone users.
With watchOS 10.1, you can use NameDrop to share contact information between two Apple Watch devices or an Apple Watch and an iPhone.
iOS 17.1 enables a new AirDrop feature to finish an in-progress file transfer via the internet, using your iPhone's cellular data, if Wi-Fi becomes unavailable.
We previously showed you an AirDrop-enhancing jailbreak tweak called AirDrop16 that enabled users to choose how long AirDrop would broadcast to ‘Everyone’ before falling back to a more secure setting, such as ‘Contacts Only.’
It can be convenient to use AirDrop to share files with other iPhone, iPad, and Mac users over a wireless connection, but you will only be able to share files with yourself or close friends unless you select the ‘Everyone’ AirDrop option, and we all know how unpleasant it can be to receive unwarranted AirDrop requests from strangers — just look at the annoyance that can be caused by prank tools like AirTroller.
The fourth beta of iOS 17 hints at possible options for the rumored Action button on the iPhone 15 Pros, while bringing new toggles for StandBy and AirDrop features.
One of the things that makes the macOS ecosystem very appealing is how all your devices worth together to create a seamless user experience. This includes being able to AirDrop files from one device to another, even from your mobile device to your Mac.
iOS 16.4, iPadOS 16.4 and macOS Ventura 13.3 bring new Shortcuts actions for Always-On Display, Stage Manager, Lock Screen, Night Shift, True Tone, VPN, etc.