The new Screen Time feature in iOS 12 is part of Apple’s efforts to help users understand their mobile device usage and curb iPhone addiction. But not everyone needs a feature like this, and it may also introduce privacy concerns by tracking which apps you use and for how long. For those who aren’t interested in this feature, here’s how to turn off Screen Time.
This article is all about one of the little-known options within Mail on the iPhone and iPad: drawing right within a message you’re composing and sending your artwork along to your recipient. We’ve got the details on this fun feature!
If you signed up for the iOS 12 beta just to get an early look at Apple’s latest mobile operating system, you may want to switch back to the regular non-beta software releases now that iOS 12 has reached public release. Here’s how to leave the iOS beta program on your iPhone or iPad so that you won’t continue to receive beta updates.
The Look Up feature in iOS and macOS has long been a great tool for researching words or topics. In iOS 11, Look Up provided the definition of your selected word via your preferred dictionary. Now in iOS 12, you can also enable a thesaurus in select languages.
Upgraded to iOS 12 and can’t find the flip camera button in FaceTime? It’s not gone, Apple has just hidden it behind a new options menu. Here’s how to find it.
Want to see every individual notification from a particular application on your iPhone lock screen or in Notification Center? Here’s how to manage and turn off grouped notifications in iOS 12.
Siri Suggestions are getting even more powerful in iOS 12, which only means that they’re even more annoying for those who don’t want to use them. Here’s how to manage and disable Siri Suggestions in iOS 12.
iOS 12 introduces automatic system updates for iOS. While most users will find the feature handy, some users prefer to maintain control over exactly when and how they update their iPhones and iPads. Here’s how to disable iOS 12 automatic updates and regain control of your device.
When you perform a search in Safari on your iPhone, you’ll receive results from Google by default. While Google is very popular, some users may prefer to use a different search engine for reasons of privacy or simply personal preference. Here’s how to change the default search engine on your iOS device.
Here’s how to enable both Airplane Mode and Wi-Fi on your iPhone so that you can browse the web from the air while your cellular radio remains off.