Fitness toolkit: build an exercise routine with your iPhone

Have your Apple kit make you move around rather than stay rooted to the screen Smartphones have a reputation for sucking the life out of people. You spend countless hours staring at – and occasionally swiping – a screen. Meanwhile, you sink into the sofa, while your entire being atrophies. OK, that’s a touch hyperbolic, […]

Why and how to stop automatic software update downloads on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and HomePod

You can easily prevent your Apple devices from auto-downloading and installing software updates. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to stop iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV from automatically downloading iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. We’ll also help you prevent HomePod from auto-downloading its software updates. Why stop auto-downloading and installing […]

Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – December 31, 2022

All Apps iPhone Only iPad Only Looking for fresh apps for your iOS device? Today’s batch of new apps includes Who Needs a Hero?, FUR Squadron and many more. all apps released today ➜ iOSnoops » Daily App Deals https://www.iosnoops.com/2022/12/31/newly-released-iphone-ipad-apps-december-31-2022/

5 Best Fixes for Face ID Not Working in Telegram on iPhone

Telegram keeps introducing a lot of new security features. For example, you can restrict Voice Calls and Voice Messages on Telegram to avoid unwanted users getting in touch. You can also add Face ID to unlock Telegram on your iPhone. So it won’t be wrong to say that data security would be at risk if […]

How to remove the SIM card in an iPhone or iPad

Most iPhones and cellular-capable iPads have SIM card slots on their sides, even if they’re smaller and less noticeable than they used to be. The only exception is the iPhone 14 in the US, which doesn’t have a SIM but an eSIM instead.  A SIM (subscriber identity module) card is how your mobile carrier provides […]

How to View and Manage Your Previously Downloaded Apps on Android and iPhone

Google Play Store and Apple App Store record every app or game you download on your device. You can access this list for various reasons. You can’t seem to recall the name of a previously deleted app or game. Or maybe you just got a new device and want to re-download all your apps and […]

How to enable Lockdown Mode on iPhone and iPad

Apple recently introduced Lockdown Mode in its iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura updates. This sounds like a serious feature, and it is. But Apple says it’s only designed to be used in “extremely rare and highly sophisticated cyber attacks.” What we’re talking about here is people who might fall victim to pretty serious […]

How to Listen to Hi-Res Audio on iPhone and iPad

Apple is going all-in with hi-res audio, offering a large portion of its Apple Music library in hi-res. Unfortunately, actually listening to hi-res on your iPhone or iPad isn’t completely straightforward. Here’s what you’ll need.Read This Article on How-To Geek › How-To Geek https://www.howtogeek.com/854336/how-to-listen-to-hi-res-audio-on-iphone-and-ipad/

Fix YouTube “Something Went Wrong, Tap to Retry” Error on iPhone or iPad

Some YouTube users on iPhone and iPad have noticed that videos fail to play at random, instead showing an error message that says “Something went wrong. Tap to retry”. YouTube is apparently aware of the issue, as it is being commonly reported by many iPhone and iPad users on Twitter and throughout social media. If […]

How to set up and activate iMessage for iPhone and iPad

On your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, you can use iMessage to send and receive SMS-like text messages and MMS-style multimedia messages without using a carrier text messaging plan. Instead, these messages use Wi-Fi or cellular data and are delivered in an encrypted fashion, making iMessage one of the best iPhone communication tools. You’ll need to […]