Tired of having to use third party apps to scan QR codes on your iPhone? iOS 11 now lets you scan these helpful barcodes directly in the iOS Camera app, with no third party apps or tools required! Here’s how it works.
Did you know that your iPhone can announce who’s calling you? And did you also know that you can set when this happens—and when it doesn’t, such as when you’re not using headphones? You can, and that’s the subject of today’s article! Melissa Holt’s got the details.
In this article, we’re going to talk about the easiest, quickest way to free up a bunch of space on your iPhone or iPad using the built-in storage controls under iOS. After all, there’s no need to keep movies or TV shows on your devices if you never plan to watch them!
For this article, we’re going to cover how to edit the Mail app on your iPhone or iPad to look just the way you want it to—you can show or hide “All Inboxes,” “All Sent,” or “All Trash,” for example, or you could add a frequently used mailbox out on the main screen! So handy.
If you use multiple email addresses on your iPhone or iPad, then you should know that you can set up different signatures for each one! Need to have a blank signature for a personal address but a detailed one for business? No problem.
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 your iPhone has ever navigated you along a toll road without you being aware it was doing so, then you know how frustrating that can be. In this article, we’ll talk about an awesome new iOS 10 feature that’ll help you avoid that!
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.
In iOS, users can quickly add a period to the end of a sentence by double-tapping the spacebar. Now, with macOS Sierra, this feature is available on the Mac, too.