If you’re running out of free space on your iPhone or iPad, it doesn’t necessarily mean you need to run out and buy a new one. Before resorting to that, try these easy storage tips to help free up some much needed space on your maxed out iPhone or iPad!
‘Tis the season for iCloud Calendar invitation spam! Black Friday and Cyber Monday just passed and many users of Apple devices are getting a large influx of spam calendar invitations. These show up as deals for Ray-Ban glasses, Louis Vuitton, and other brands. The bad news is you can’t stop them entirely, but the good
Is your Apple Watch’s Taptic Engine not working properly, and you aren’t receiving taps on the wrist? There are a few troubleshooting steps you can take before calling your local Genius Bar up for an appointment.
It’s been there since the original iPhone – a physical Home Button. This button has served many useful purposes – one of which was assisting in resetting your iPhone. On the iPhone 7 and 7+, the process of performing a soft reset has changed slightly.
For the past few weeks my Apple iPhone 6s Plus battery has been dying way faster than it should. For example, on Sunday my battery was at 35% by 3pm under light usage. The next day it was at 18% by 2pm. Considering I’ve never experienced bad battery life on this particular iPhone, I figured
The other day while sharing photos with a friend, I noticed as she scrolled through her Camera Roll that her Live Photos came alive as she swiped for just a 1/2 second or so. Upon testing my own, I found my own Live Photo previews not working. Even though I knew this was a feature,
Ever launch the Mail app on your iPhone to find a stuck outbox message that just won’t send — or maybe it did send but for some reason it still shows as not sent? While in some cases you can simply delete it and move on, in others, the Edit button is greyed out and unusable. If that sounds like a problem you’re having, here’s a fix I found:
We’ve all been there, the dreaded *You are out of storage space* message on your iPhone or iPad. One of the biggest culprits, aside from the Messages app, is years and years worth of photos. Unfortunately iOS doesn’t yet give us a “bulk delete” option. However, if you have an iPhone out of storage (or iPad), you *can* use the Google Photos app to clear out unnecessary photos.
Is your iPhone battery not getting you through the day? Want to go *more* than a single day on one charge? Depending on how much you use your iPhone, that isn’t an impossible feat — as long as you have your iPhone set up to optimize battery life as best it can.
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!
Sometimes when we take video on iPhone or iPad, it’s easy to accidentally turn our devices just slightly sideways in order to capture something. Unfortunately, if you do this before you start recording, it’ll result in a sideways captured video. While the Photos app on your iPhone or iPad doesn’t give you the option to
Confused about Apple Music DRM, iTunes Match uploads, and what music you actually own? While you could always right-click and get info on individual tracks, that’s messy and there’s a much easier way.