Private browsing is an important feature of Safari in iOS that can keep your browsing habits hidden from others who use the same device. The steps to enable private browsing are slightly different on the iPad and iPhone. We’ve already discussed private browsing on the iPhone, so here’s a brief tutorial on using the feature on the iPad.
The new Continuity features in OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 have merged the functionality of Apple’s mobile and desktop devices like never before, but there’s also a small new feature that will let users keep an eye on their iPhone battery life and signal strength right from inside OS X. Here’s what you need to know about this new information provided by Instant Hotspot.
There’s nothing quite as jarring as waking up to check an important email in the middle of the night and being greeted by a bright white iPhone screen. Save your eyes and learn to leverage the iOS Accessibility feature that let you invert your screen’s colors with a simple and easy home button shortcut.
Want to share something cool from your iPhone or iPad screen? Don’t use a camera to record the screen, just upgrade to OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 and use QuickTime to capture a high quality video of your iDevice output, great for demoing apps, creating tutorials, or showing off some amazing gameplay. Here’s how to do it.
With its recent shift to a flat and modern design, Apple may have gone too far when it comes to buttonless buttons in iOS 7 and iOS 8. Here’s how users frustrated by this change can get back some semblance of graphical buttons in iOS, by enabling what Apple calls “button shapes.”
iCloud’s Find My iPhone is a great feature that lets you track down the location of a lost, stolen, or misplaced iDevice. But your iPhone needed power and an Internet connection in order to locate it. To solve this problem, Apple introduced a new feature in iOS 8 called Send Last Location. Read on to find out how to enable this feature and give yourself every possible chance to find a lost iPhone.
A neat new feature of the iPhone 6 Plus’ landscape mode is the ability to have a sliding visual preview of iOS 8 folder pages. By giving a user the visual context of surrounding folder pages and apps, navigating a large folder is made much easier. Read on for more on how to use iOS 8 home screen folders in landscape mode on the iPhone 6 Plus.
Botched updates are bound to hit everyone at least once. But by approaching updates and upgrades with the proper mindset, and following these simple tips, you can avoid some major disasters, preserving your time and sanity in the process.