iOS tends to receive minor aesthetic changes, albeit not always, with Apple’s annual iteration releases every Fall.
One of the things that saw a facelift post-iOS 8 was the appearance of alert notifications, which adopted rounded corners upon dropping the previously squarer aesthetic.
As we all know, social media sites and apps can be huge time sucks. You jump on to wish someone a happy birthday and before you know it, you’ve wasted an hour of your workday browsing your feed.
You can use tools like Screen Time to limit the time you spend on specific apps. But Instagram brings their own built-in tool to the app. This tool doesn’t technically limit the time you spend on Instagram but reminds you that you’ve been using it long enough.
Here, we’ll show you how to receive a daily reminder to limit your time on Instagram. But first, we’ll fill you in on how to see the amount of time you’re actually spending with the app each day.
If you use the Calendar app on your Mac, then you may have enjoyed the ability to snooze calendar notifications for a time you select. While the app defaulted to 15 minutes, you could simply click and hold the snooze button to pick a different time.
But not anymore!
With macOS Big Sur, you are no longer able to select the amount of time for your snooze. Here’s how Calendar notifications work now.
While a lot of iPhone users tend to be sticklers when it comes to their handset’s battery level and keeping it charged up, we also see a fair share of folks who don’t seem to mind gambling on the cusp of a completely dead or just barely charged device. Can anyone say “triggered?”
BatteryFlow Reborn is a new and free jailbreak tweak developed by ItzNebbs with the intent of making iPhone users more actively aware of their handset’s low battery situation by continuously bombarding them with notification alerts and banners.