Every once in a while, it’s a good idea to take a quick look through the privacy settings on your iPad and iPhone to see which apps have asked to use which stuff. Location data, especially, is sensitive since you don’t want just any old app knowing where you are! We’ll tell you where to get that info.
If you’ve ever wondered how to clear all notifications on your iPhone, then boy, are you gonna love iOS 10! In today’s article, we’ll tell you the secret behind removing all that stuff, quick as a wink.
As part of its revamped Music app, Apple has added built-in access to song lyrics for millions of tracks in iOS 10. Here’s how to see and share them.
iOS 10 improves upon Prioritize Downloads, a feature that lets users choose which apps to install or restore first when downloading from Apple’s servers. This saves frustration and helps you get back to work quicker after a restore. Here’s how Prioritize Download works in iOS 10.
If you installed iOS 10 and don’t like having to press the Home Button instead of just placing your finger on it to unlock your device, then this article’s for you! We’ll go over how to change that behavior back to the way it used to be.
Is your iPhone screen turning on all by itself after upgrading to iOS 10? You’re probably dealing with Raise to Wake, a new feature for recent iPhone models which lets users quickly check the time and notifications without needing to press any buttons. It can be handy for many users, but if you only want your iPhone screen to turn on when you tell it to, here’s how to disable Raise to Wake.
The Music app received a major overhaul in iOS 10, but some design changes are proving to be a bit difficult to discover. For example, where the heck is the shuffle button on the Now Playing screen? We’ll show you.
iOS 10 introduces Safari split view on the iPad, allowing users to view two websites side-by-side for the first time and making the iPad an even better tool for productivity. Here’s how it all works.
With the launch of iOS 10, Apple has finally delivered a long-requested feature: the ability to remove the default apps on the iPhone and iPad. Well, sort of. In reality, Apple now lets users hide most of the built-in apps which, for most users, is just as good as deleting them. Here’s how it works.