If you switch to a new iPhone and haven’t given the camera access to your location, then your device may not be saving location data on the places where you’ve taken your pictures. In today’s article, we’ll go over how you can tell—and how to toggle it back on!
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.
Is the automatic Sunset to Sunrise scheduling option missing from Night Shift in iOS 9.3? Your iPhone or iPad’s Location Services settings may be to blame. Here’s how to fix the likely problem and gain access to this useful feature.
The Photos for Mac app can track location data for each photo, allowing the user to browse and organize their images based on where they were taken. Some cameras, such as the iPhone’s built-in camera app, automatically use GPS data to tag a photo’s location, but here’s how to manually add or edit locations for photos that lack such info.
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.
Apple is introducing a new level of user security and privacy in iOS 8 with a new setting that allows apps to access user location information only when they are active. Third party apps will have to be updated to support the new feature, and users may have to tolerate a lot of pop-ups in order to confirm their settings for each app.