If you’re using an Apple Watch (or another Bluetooth connected device) with your iPhone, iOS 9 has a nice little surprise. You can now add a convenient battery stats widget to Notification Center so you can view battery life in a single swipe.
Is your iPhone slow after updating to iOS 9? If so, there are a few things you can do to try and speed it up again. Here are our top tips!
We find interesting things on the web every day. Unfortunately, web pages don’t always stay the same. Sometimes they can even disappear altogether. So if you stumble upon something you *really* want to save forever, I suggest saving it as a PDF. If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can do so easily with Workflow for iOS.
If you’ve updated to iOS 9 already, you know have the option to use content blockers in mobile Safari. That means you can block unwanted trackers and ads from loading on your favorite web pages. That means faster browser and far less data usage. First, you’ll need to choose a content blocker, install it, and enable it. Here’s how!
If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can now update to iOS 9. It contains new features such as better Siri support, transit directions in Maps, content blocking capabilities for Safari, new fonts, lots of improvements to existing features, and much more.
iOS 9 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is here and it’s full of new features such as Siri Suggestions, Apple News, split-screen options for iPad, transit directions, and lots more. Some existing features have also been moved around to make them easier to access. Here are our favorite new features in iOS 9 as well as some hidden tips and tricks we think you’ll find useful as you learn your way around!
As an iPhone user, you have two main smartwatch options — Apple Watch and Pebble Time. I’ve been using a Pebble Time with my iPhone for a while now. Here’s what it can do, what it can’t, and why it’s still a great option if you want to save some cash!
Switching back and forth between apps on iPhone and iPad just to share something can be a chore. What most people don’t realize is that if you’re running iOS 8 or newer, you don’t have to — thanks to Share extensions!
Using Apple Music and Beats 1? If so, we’ve got a few tips we think will help you get the most out of navigating and managing both!