It is easy to download and install iOS 15 on your iPhone. The process is the same as earlier versions of iOS. However, the iOS 15 update may get stuck in rare circumstances and fail to download, prepare, and install.
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Following months of testing, Apple's iOS 15 software is now available to the general public. The update brings several major new features as well as a bunch of under-the-hood improvements. Here are some of the best fifteen iOS 15 features that you should try.
Apple released the public version of iOS 15 to the public on Monday September 20th, and it brings some exciting new features like SharePlay, Focus, redesigned notifications, revamped Apple Maps, Live Text, and much more. If you are excited to get all these new additions, here is how to do that the right way.
But first, make sure your iPhone or iPad is compatible with iOS 15/iPadOS 15. Once that's done, you are good to download, install, and enjoy this latest update.
If you're going to get yourself an iPhone 13, any one of the upcoming models in the lineup, then you'll probably want a case. If that describes you, then you'll want to check out our list of some of the best options you can pick up right now.
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When you receive notifications on your iPhone or iPad, there are two primary choices you can make: 1) tap on the notification to view its contents in the respective app; or 2) delete and ignore the notification, never to see it again.
Some people do the latter so frequently that they accidentally delete notifications they don’t intend to. As frustrating as this can be, iOS developer Litten has just released a new and free jailbreak tweak called Vē that logs each and every incoming notification you receive so that it can be referenced by the end user later on.
Just this past week, Apple unveiled the spectacular new iPhone 13 lineup and scheduled an official release date for iOS & iPadOS 15 on this coming Monday. Despite the upcoming changes, the jailbreak community continues to hang in there.
Being in control of your iPhone’s display brightness can be incredibly convenient depending on your surrounding circumstances. But I’ve long noticed that even the lowest brightness setting isn’t quite as low as I like it sometimes.
When unveiling the iPhone 13 lineup, executives who appeared in Apple's pre-taped presentation broadcast on September 14 spent air time highlighting headline new features like Cinematic Mode, the improved rear cameras and a 120HZ display. In this video, we're going to tell you about a few hidden features of iPhone 13 that Apple didn't talk about.
iOS’ native alert system hasn’t changed much in recent years, but one major convenience of jailbreaking is that users can install third-party add-ons to change the look and behavior of almost anything they desire.
As capable of an internet communications device as the iPhone is, it seems like Apple doesn’t give users all that many options for Wi-Fi connectivity and network management.
Like most things Apple, the company instead took a user-friendly approach to reduce the number of interactions a user makes with configuration. This makes complicated things more approachable by the masses, but it can be annoying if you’re a power user that demands more capabilities.
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.