There are approximately a million ways you can check to see how much charge your AirPods have left, from opening the case near your paired iPhone to asking Siri for that info. But if you’re using an Apple Watch with your headphones, then you can use that device to check, too! We’ve got the steps…and a breakdown of how you can verify the charge levels of each AirPod and the case, too.
The iOS Share Menu lets you quickly and easily send content from one application to another on your iPhone or iPad. But if you use lots of third party apps, you’ll end up with many unwanted icons. Here’s how to rearrange the Share Menu to position the icons you use most at the front of the list.
iOS 12.2, which was just released, is chock-full of new tidbits both fun and functional. But one of the handiest things you can do is to check the warranty status of your iPhone or iPad right from the device itself, and we’re covering the details today!
The iPhone enables certain government alerts — emergency alerts and AMBER alerts — by default. These alerts can be critically important, but they override the user’s silent or Do Not Disturb settings and therefore aren’t appropriate for all users or all situations. Here’s how to disable emergency and AMBER alerts if necessary.
Apple’s FaceTime feature is a great way to keep in touch with people, but how much data does a video call use? If you’re concerned about usage stats—whether for FaceTime video or for audio-only calls—we’ll tell you how to find out how much you’ve consumed on any particular conversation!
Apple Pay on the Apple Watch is an incredibly convenient way to pay for stuff in stores that support it. But if you’re seeing the wrong card when you invoke the payment service on your device, then never fear—we’ll tell you how to change it!
Live Photos in iOS are neat, but sometimes you only want a standard still image. Here’s how to nondestructively convert a Live Photo to a still image using the exact frame you want.
Whether you’re a bulking bodybuilder or just someone who pays attention to his weight, the Apple Watch can help. It can tell you both how much energy you’re using at rest and how much you use while you’re active, and with those numbers, you can figure out what’s best for your body! We’ve got the scoop in this article.
A concerning change was quietly pushed to the iOS App Store recently. Users this week noticed that Apple is no longer listing all in-app purchases and their prices for apps and games that offer them.
Starting with the iPhone 7, Apple introduced haptic feedback to the iPhone, giving iOS the ability to inform users of various system events, such as changing the date in a calendar appointment or reaching the maximum zoom level on a photo. While separate from the traditional vibrations associated with notifications and the iPhone ringer, some users don’t like the feel of these subtle taps. If that’s you, here’s how to turn off haptic feedback on the iPhone.