We’re fans of the Activity Sharing feature on the Apple Watch, which lets you keep track of how much exercise you’re getting compared to your pals. But if you’re tired of seeing “Jack finished a workout!” 35 times a week, we’re here for you. We’ve got the details on how to turn off those notifications for all of your friends or for one person at a time.
If you’re a forgetful person, the iPhone’s location-based reminders could become your best friend. With these, you can get notifications from your to-do list when you arrive at home, when you get to a store, or even when you leave a place. We’ve got all the details and instructions in this article!
The Do Not Disturb feature in iOS is great for achieving some peace and quiet, but what happens when you want to make sure that a certain person’s phone calls or text messages reach you? That’s where Emergency Bypass comes in. Here’s how to use the Emergency Bypass feature to ensure that certain special contacts can always reach you.
Another great new feature of iOS 11 is the built-in ability to record your iPhone or iPad screen and save the output right to your camera roll. This can help you troubleshoot problems for other people or send someone step-by-step instructions, so come find out how you’ll use it!
With its newest version of iOS, Apple added a nifty new feature that lets you uninstall apps while leaving their data behind. You can allow your device to decide when and where this happens or control which apps are offloaded yourself. Check out how it works!
Siri is surprisingly good at pronunciation, but sometimes she just can’t figure out how to pronounce a particular name correctly, and that’s when you need to step in and offer some guidance. Here’s how to fix Siri’s pronunciation in iOS.
If you’ve still got a paper grocery list hanging up on your fridge, then boy, have we got a tip for you. There’s a simple way to use your iPhone to share and sync a reminders list with any other iCloud user, so you’ll never wonder if you need to grab milk again!
Are you sick of those pop-up notifications from iOS apps that beg you for a review? Now in iOS 11, you can turn those off. Well, most of them, anyway. Here’s how to do it.