Repeating Instagram stories is a software bug which affects some users, prompting Meta to release an update to fix this annoying issue.
Every time you watch one of your friends' Instagram stories, whether it is a photo or video, the person can actually tell you saw it. But what if you wanted to see their Instagram stories without them knowing? There is actually a way to do just that right from your iPhone.
Most Snapchat users are accustomed to the Emoji and Filter features accessible in the app for supplementing your Snaps with further expression. On the other hand, Snapchat doesn’t provide users with as much freedom to move and transform filters as they do with Emojis.
A new free jailbreak tweak called SCFilterMover by iOS developer NeinZedd9 fixes that, giving you just as much filter plasticity as you already have with Emojis.
Instagram recently unveiled a new feature called Stories which allows you to shoot, annotate, and share photos and short videos outside of your normal feed. By default, all of your followers can see the Stories your post. Likewise, you can see all the Stories the people you follow are posting. This is where it sometimes gets overwhelming.
I follow a lot of random people on Instagram because I appreciate the quality of the photos they share on their feeds. However, I care very little for their Stories, which are typically more about their personal lives than sharing beautiful shots. In this case, I'd rather not see their Stories at all.
There are also some people who follow me with whom I don't want to share my Stories, so I am opting to hide my Stories from these people.
In this post we will learn how you can hide your story from select people, but also how you can prevent other people's stories from filling up your screen.
When first playing with Instagram Stories, I couldn't figure out how to upload pictures or videos that I had already taken. Instead, it seemed I was forced to first shoot using the Instagram app and upload from there.
Quickly, I finally figured it out, and because it's not that obvious, I thought I should post about it as it may help a few readers wondering the same thing - how do you post from your Camera Roll to an Instagram story?
This isn't the first time that Apple's Find my iPhone service has helped to recover a lost device, but with Christmas involved in this particular story (as well as a resoundingly happy ending) we thought we would share it.
At around 3:30am on Christmas morning, a Westlake Village man was awoken by the noise of a burglar stealing Christmas gifts from his house. Amongst them was an iPad, which had, thankfully, already been activated and set up with an Apple ID. After a short foot chase the thief got away, but not for long.
The next morning, the owner of the iPad set about tracking the device and discovered that it was only a few doors away...
Following our recent post about why you have to turn your iPhone off during take-off, famous actor Alec Baldwin didn't apparently get the memo that you're supposed to have your electronic devices off while the plane is idling at its gate.
Baldwin furiously tweeted about getting kicked off an American Airlines plane for using his iPhone to play Words with Friends in the cabin. He ended up choosing the game over the flight.
If there is one thing you really don't want to happen, it's your iPhone setting itself on fire. If there's something you really, really don't want to happen, it's the aforementioned combustion happening on an airplane!
During a flight between Lismore and Sydney, Australia, a passenger's iPhone began to emit "a significant amount of dense smoke, accompanied by a red glow," which apparently isn't a good thing to happen mid-air.
The fire was extinguished and the flight landed safely, but the poor iPhone has certainly not survived...
Not even Apple could have foreseen the impact its tablet would have across multiple industries. Health, education, enterprise, music — they've all been affected in one way or another by the popular slate. In fact, iPads are slowly replacing computers in public schools.
Now it appears that the iPad is set to take on another field. Politics. According to Yahoo News, Apple's tablet is going to be taking a key part in a special primary election in Oregon today to replace former US Representative David Wu...
Trevor Prideaux from the U.K. was born without his left arm. At age 50, he has embedded a dock for his smartphone into his fibreglass and laminate prosthetic limb.
The Telegraph reports that medical experts chiseled a fibrecast cradle for Prideaux's fake arm so that he could text and check his phone easily. The only problem? Prideaux uses a Nokia C7...
Florida Police are looking for three men that stole $60,000 in iPads from a local Best Buy in 60 seconds. The trio of culprits broke into a Best Buy early in the morning Monday and made away with 60-90 iPads.
That's one way to avoid Apple's online shipping dates. The cast of Oceans 11 would be proud.
As much as we've made fun of the terminology, Apple's iDevices seem to have lived up to the "magical" expectations we've heard tossed around in Apple's own commercials. Remember Holly Bligh? Her sight problems required her to lug around clunky assistive equipment — until she got an iPad.
And that's not the only success story we've heard. Apple's easy-to-use devices have been deployed in several programs for autistic children, and their tablet is replacing textbooks in some school districts. Now comes a story out of Ontario, Canada, about how the iPod touch is helping amnesiacs...