Learn how to quickly refresh a webpage in Apple's Safari browser, especially when using your iPhone with one hand and with the URL address bar displayed at the bottom.
Think twice before concluding there's nothing new to learn about editing iPhone alarms. If you have iOS 15.0 or later on your iPhone, use this handy tip to quickly edit an alarm.
If you forgot your iPhone passcode, take advantage of a handy Security Lockout feature to erase your device without having to plug it into a computer in DFU recovery mode.
Read these specific instructions on how to clean Apple's polishing cloth to prevent damage when removing dust or smudges from your nano-texture glass screen.
Power Reserve mode allows you to use certain features when the battery is low or the device is completely turned off. It runs your device on low energy until the battery is fully depleted, letting you access features like Apple Pay that don't require the operating system to be up and running. In this guide, we're going to explore how Power Reserve works, see which devices support this handy feature and learn what you can do with it.
High power mode boosts performance at the expense of battery life. Here's how it works and how to put any compatible Mac like the 16-inch MacBook Pro into high power mode.
You should take advantage of Telegram emoji reactions to spice up your encrypted conversations with a red heart, fire, party popper or other expressive emoticons.
A dedicated telephoto lens (aka zoom lens) found on some iPhones boosts iPhone photography with optical zoom capabilities. Future iPhones are rumored to allow for even deeper zoom by adopting a periscope lens (or foldable lens as it's sometimes referred to). At its core, this technology diverts light through a prism and into a telephoto lens set at a ninety-degree angle to a rear-facing lens and buried deep inside the chassis.
If an app on your Apple Watch unexpectedly quits, stops responding, freezes, crashes, or won’t open, there’s a solution to that. Just follow this step-by-step tutorial to learn how to force quit a misbehaving app on your Apple Watch running any recent version of watchOS, including watchOS 8.
When you have a jailbroken iPhone or iPad at your disposal, the inevitable happens; you install add-ons to upgrade the user experience of your handset, whether to make it look better or to give it new functional capabilities.
If you jailbroke your iOS or iPadOS 13 device with the Odyssey tool and decided that it’s time to remove your jailbreak, either to revert to a vanilla installation of the operating system or for the purpose of starting over with a fresh jailbreak installation, then the Odyssey app’s built-in Restore RoofFS feature will come in handy.
Many Taurine jailbreak users are content with how their iPhones and iPads turn out post-jailbreak. But if for any reason you decide to revert to a vanilla version of iOS or iPadOS 14 or perhaps even develop the urge to try a different jailbreak tool instead, it’s important to remember that you can use the Taurine jailbreak’s rootFS restore feature to roll your handset back to a pre-jailbroken state.