Whether you’re looking to find out about everything you can do in the new version of Apple’s operating system, or you want to learn even more weird tricks you’ve always been able to do with your iPhone, check out our brand-new guide for all things iOS.
Apple’s iPhone is easy to learn, but difficult to master. Instead of spending hours sifting through settings yourself, check out our giant collection of guides, tips, and tricks for all things iOS.
Hey. iOS 13 is finally here. Before you switch to the latest and greatest version of the operating system, we have a few tips you should check out — it’ll give you something to do while it downloads, at least.
There’s a lot to play with in iOS 13, but a few fun features — like shortcut automation — won’t appear until a subsequent update on September 24. If you don’t want to wait, grab the iOS 13.1 beta to start playing around right now.
One of our favourite iOS tricks is all the neat automated shortcuts you can create to trigger actions based on states — like turning on your favourite smart home devices when you disconnect CarPlay or hop onto your Wi-Fi. Here’s a quick look at how to set them up (in iOS 13.1, that is).
There’s a lot going on in iOS 13. While most of the main features should be pretty obvious, or findable with a little tinkering, some of the operating system’s more buried gems might take you a bit to unearth. That, or you could read this quick guide.
Sharing your songs with a friend just got a lot easier in iOS 13 — assuming you’re sitting near each other and you want to listen to the same thing.
If you’re curious “how the other half lives,” or are even slightly tempted to check out Android 10 (or brag about how great iOS 13 is), we’ve taken a look at both operating systems. Here’s a look at how they compare.
Scammy apps suck, and there are “legitimate” apps on the App Store that still do their best to remove your money from your digital wallet as quickly as possible. Here are a few tricks for spotting these not-so-obvious cons.
Nobody likes strangers sliding into their iPhone or iPad, but there are even better security reasons for turning off AirDrop when you’re not using it.
Having trouble with your iPhone or iPad? Here are a few ways you can power it off when it refuses to listen to you — or, worse, if you’ve cracked your screen.
When you have things you don’t want your friends to see when you let them look at your phone, or when you’re browsing through your Photos app in front of them, you read this article.
If you’re simply looking for an easier way to find your friends on your device, organising your photos by who appears in them is an easy — but slightly buried — feature in iOS.
We’ve all been there. You forget about the App Store, or you don’t use your iPhone or iPad in some time, and you come back to 30+ app updates to deal with. Rather than wait for your favorite app to receive its latest version, you can force your device to work on your favorite apps first.
iOS shortcuts are powerful and awesome, but they can be a bit confusing for first-timers. Don’t sweat it. Check out some of these prebuilt shortcuts to stir your creativity or, at minimum, help you enable some exciting new features and automations on your phone.