Want to record a phone call directly from your iPhone? We show you a nice workaround that will allow you to initiate a call with someone and start recording it. This workaround doesn’t require any third-party application and can be done right from the Phone app of your iPhone.
Night Shift is among headlining new features features in iOS 9.3, which released on Monday, March 21. In a nutshell, it alters the warmth of your device’s display to reduce the amount of blue light. Because blue light has been found to keep people awake longer than necessary, Night Shift mode might make it easier for some folks to fall asleep.
In this tutorial, you’re going to learn how to get a better night’s sleep by setting up Night Shift options on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. As a bonus, we’ll share a cool tip to override Apple’s limitation, which makes Night Shift unavailable in Low Power Mode.
Learn how to only allow access to websites you specify in Safari and other browsers on your iPhone or iPad. If you’re a parent whose kids frequently play with your iPhone or iPad, allowing a specific set of websites might be a good idea in order to preserve their safety online.
In addition to Reminders, Calendar is another stock app on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad designed to help users organize their daily, weekly and yearly schedule and be more productive.
With 3D Touch on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, it’s easier to accomplish things with fewer taps.
Though not as developed as in other stock apps, Calendar’s 3D Touch implementation permits you to add an event from the Home screen and glimpse what’s coming up next on your schedule. In this tutorial, you will learn about 3D Touch shortcuts and Peek and Pop gestures in iOS 9’s Calendar app on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
It has been discovered that Apple’s Notes app lets users view the contents of ZIP files by taking advantage of iOS’s built-in file attachment viewers. In this tutorial, we will show you how to send a ZIP file to the Notes app and how to view the content of this file on your iPhone or iPad.
Want to change the default search engine used in Safari on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac? We’re going to take a closer look at a setting that permits you to change your default search engine in Safari, letting you use either Google, Yahoo, Bing, or DuckDuckGo.
Learn how to search saved Safari passwords without needing to visit their websites, view your saved logins, as well as add, delete and manage saved usernames and passwords on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.