Although Apple's Touch ID phones are no longer the latest and greatest thanks to the advent of Face ID, there's still an awful lot of us using them.So here we present the best tips for Touch ID iPhones including the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, 6S and 6S Plus, SE, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Here's everything you need to know to master your iPhone.First we'll share some iPhone 8 tips before moving onto other handsets. iPhone 8 tips - get more from your 8 or 8 PlusEnable True Tone display: To get the iPhone's screen to automatically adjust its colour balance and temperature to match the ambient light in the room, head to Control Centre and force press the screen brightness slider. Now tap the True Tone button. You can also go to Settings > Display and Brightness and toggle the "True Tone" switch. Charge wirelessly: To make use of the iPhone's new wireless charging capabilities, buy a wireless charger. Any Qi charger will work, but to charge more efficiently … [Read more...] about The best iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 tips and tricks: Top tips for Touch ID iPhones
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YOU'VE probably been using an iPhone for years, but there are almost certainly some shortcuts you don't know about. We've tracked down some of the least widely known iPhone tips and tricks to help you get more from your new expensive Apple mobile. 1. Close all Safari tabs It's possible (but not practical) to close all your Safari web browser tabs by swiping them away. But if you've got dozens of tabs open, it'll take you an age – and you'll probably miss a few swipes too. Instead, simply hold the overlapped squares icon in the bottom right-hand corner. A pop-up will appear asking if you want to close all tabs – hit yes, and you're done! 2. Move your cursor more easily If you make a mistake in text, or you're simply trying to move your cursor, it can be a nightmare. Getting your cursor into the exact position you want it to be in through tapping or drag-and-holding isn't ideal But you own an iPhone 6S or later, you can use 3D Touch – which is Apple's nickname for … [Read more...] about New iPhone tips and tricks – the best hidden features, secret controls and shortcuts revealed
APPLE has rolled out a major new iPhone update (iOS 11.3) – and we've got all the details. There are brand new emoji, new battery features and an option to improve your iPhone's performance and make it faster. Read on for all the changes. iOS 11.3 release date – when can you get it? The new iOS 11.3 version of your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch software was launched on Friday, March 29. It was originally believed that the rollout would coincide with the Apple 'Let's Take a Field Trip' event on March 27, but that didn't happen. The beta test version of the software was released a few weeks prior to the main launch. If you are planning to update your software, make sure to check out our guide on how to update iPhone. So, what's new? New AR experiences: Apple is making a bigger effort with augmented reality for iOS 11.3. Unlike virtual reality (which requires a headset to replace your surroundings with virtual images), AR uses your phone's camera to overlay computer images … [Read more...] about Apple iOS 11.3 update for your iPhone is here – what to expect from the major upgrade
iPhone 4 hardware Where previous iPhones have become iconified as singular slabs, iPhone 4 takes it to the next level - flat, curved but with an edge, and -- of course -- obsessively thin. That's 0.37 inches (9.3 mm) thin for the spec fans among us, at 4.5 inches (115.2 mm) high and 2.31 inches (58.6 mm) wide and weighing in at the same 4.8 ounces (137 grams) as the iPhone 3GS. It looks flat out sexy and it feels fine to hold even if Apple has once again made no concessions towards grip -- as we said it's all stainless steel and glass. Along the sides you'll find the few, familiar buttons and ports -- 3.5mm headset (still flush), noice-canceling mic, sleep/wake button, microSIM card slot (along the side now), speaker, 30-pin dock connector, phone mic, volume up and down buttons (separate now, not a rocker), and the ring/silent switch. On the front, below the screen (which we'll get to in a moment) is the home button. Above the screen is the ear speaker and the new front-facing, VGA … [Read more...] about iPhone 4 Review
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