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.
Do Not Disturb at Bedtime is an extension of the old Do Not Disturb feature aimed at helping curb iPhone addiction. When enabled, Do Not Disturb at Bedtime keeps all calls and notifications off your lock screen, helping you get a distraction-free rest.
USB Restricted Mode is a security feature in recent versions of iOS that automatically disables the Lightning port when your iPhone hasn’t been unlocked in more than an hour. This helps protect you from hackers, but it also interferes with legitimate Lightning accessories like CarPlay. For those who value flexibility more than potential security, here’s how to turn off USB Restricted Mode.
Apple added native QR code scanning to the Camera app in iOS 11, and is now making QR code scanning even easier by giving it a dedicated Control Center widget in iOS 12. Here’s how it works.
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.
As iOS grows increasingly complex and we rely on our iPhone and apps more and more, battery life has emerged as one of the most important features in Apple’s mobile ecosystem. To help users monitor and manage their battery life, Apple has introduced new battery usage information in iOS 12. Here’s how to see and use this information.
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.