There are several important identifiers unique to your iPhone or iPad that you may need to know at some point. These include your device’s serial number, UDID, and IMEI. Here’s what these numbers mean and how to find them.
iOS 12 is currently being tested for a final release later this year. But will your iPhone or iPad be able to run it? Check out the full list of devices compatible with iOS 12.
Now that the iOS 12 beta is in developer’s hands, you can grab the official iOS 12 wallpaper now for your iPhone and iPad. The default wallpaper is 3200×3200 making great for not only all of your iOS devices, but for many Macs as well.
How you adjust the volume on the iPhone or iPad is often dependent upon what you’re listening to or what app you’re using, and you may even have to go into Settings or Control Center to configure things. It’s not as simple as just hammering on those side buttons!
A new feature in iOS 9.3 lets you lock individual notes in the Notes app for added security and privacy. Here’s how to lock your notes, access them in this secure state, and remove the locks when they’re no longer needed.
iOS 9.3 includes a new feature called Night Shift, which automatically reduces the color temperature of your iPhone or iPad screen as it gets dark, reducing eye strain and possibly helping you sleep. Here’s how to enable Night Shift and some warnings about when you may want to pass on this new feature.
Is your iOS App Store not behaving as it should? One quick troubleshooting tip is to clear or reset the App Store’s cache. Here’s how to do it.
Each new version of iOS brings more features and options, but also makes things a bit more complicated and difficult to find. To remedy this potential issue, Apple has introduced Settings Search as part of iOS 9, helping you find the setting or option you’re looking for quickly. Here’s how it works.
Whether you need to submit your device for service, troubleshoot an issue, or catalog it for inventory or insurance purposes, chances are you’ll need to locate your iPhone serial number at some point. Here are six ways to do it, depending on the state of your device and your operating system.
Most users never need to worry about their device’s MAC address, but if you need to connect to a secure network, limit the connectivity of your own home network, or simply troubleshoot a network problem, you’ll need to find your device’s MAC address. Here’s how to find the MAC address on the iPhone and iPad.