With iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, you get time-sensitive left behind notifications if you leave your Apple devices, AirTags, and other Find My-supported accessories accidentally at unknown places. This is possible thanks to the separation alerts you receive after enabling Notify When Left Behind in the Find My app.
It is a helpful, new feature to ensure you do not walk away forgetting your expensive devices and items. Let us show you how to set up and use Notify When Left Behind in the Find My app on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Plus, if you are annoyed by it at your house or known places, we also have the steps to turn it off for all or selected locations.
If you have been trying the latest watchOS 8 beta and want out of it, you basically have two possible roads ahead of you. In this post, we will share these two solutions and explain how to switch from watchOS beta to a public watchOS release.
Apple's refreshed its phone and tablet offerings with the September 14 unveiling of the new iPhone 13, sixth-generation iPad mini and ninth-generation iPad. The gadgets are shipping soon so read this if you're about to pre-order an iPhone 13 or one of the new iPad models.
Apple has plenty of new AirPods features ready for your enjoyment, all you need to do is install iOS 15 and other software updates on your Apple devices. Here are all of them in one place.
If you're living in an area that's known to have poor air quality, then it's best keep a track of the AQI or Air Quality Index on a regular basis. Bad air consists of pollutants, allergens, pollens, and can cause long-term health problems. The Air Quality Index reports daily air quality and ranges from 0 to 500. When it comes to AQI, lower is always better. There are plenty of ways to track AQI, and you can do so right from your iPhone or Apple Watch.
Apple's iPhone usually feature an excellent camera, and can take some really good photos and videos. Several users also place the iPhone on a tripod, or lean it against a rock, to take group shots or shoot jitter free videos. Of course, you can set a timer and be done with it. However, there are ways to capture photos and videos totally hands-free.
The handy Apple Watch battery notification can ping you on the wrist every time the wearable device is fully charged. In this tutorial, we show you how to turn on this optional feature.
As you may have noticed, there’s no camera on your Apple Watch. After all, where would the lens go? But if you own an Apple Watch, you can use it to control the Camera on your iPhone.
With what’s called the Camera Remote app on your Watch, you can get your iPhone camera set up to snap the shot. Then use the app to capture a single photo or burst, use the timer, change between the front and rear-facing camera, and more, here’s how.
Your Apple Watch, like your iPhone and iPad, offers Accessibility features to make things a bit easier. With visual enhancements if you have trouble seeing the screen and audio enhancements if you have difficulty hearing alerts, you can adjust many settings to make your wearable work better for you.
Here, we’ll walk through some of the features available for physical and motor skills. Whether you want to enable the wheelchair setting or need help touching the screen, these settings are for you.
While your Apple Watch makes some nice and useful sounds, you don’t always want to hear them. You may have sounds for alerts, reminders, or to let you know the time. But if you’re heading someplace where those sounds can annoy others, you probably want to silence them.
So that you never forget to enable Theater Mode or Silent Mode, you can set up shortcuts to turn these on automatically based on your location. Here, we’ll show you how to create these automations for your Apple Watch in the Shortcuts app.
If you or a loved one have trouble hearing, whether permanently or for a short time, take advantage of the Accessibility and touch features on Apple Watch.
With taps on your wrist, adjustments for earphones, and alternatives to dictation, your Watch can be just as wonderful with touch as it is with sound.
Unlocking your iPhone with Face ID when wearing a face mask used to be challenging, but not anymore. With iOS 14.5, you can now unlock the iPhone with your Apple Watch even while wearing a face mask. We show you how to configure and use this helpful time-saving feature.