Apple packaged a tonne of improvements in iOS 11 including updates to Maps, keyboard, App Store, Siri and Control Centre.The new OS from Apple brings a host of new features, tips and tricks. We've worked our way through the operating system in order to help you take advantage of the new stuff and allow you to understand the latest software on your phone.Whether you have a brand new iPhone 8 or you've just updated your old iPhone 6 or 7 to iOS 11, this guide will reveal everything you need to know to master your iPhone.We'll be covering tips that work on:iPhone XiPhone 8, 8 PlusiPhone 7, 7 PlusiPhone 6s, 6s PlusiPhone 6, 6 PlusiPhone SEiPhone 5sas these are the devices that are compatible with iOS 11. You'll also have iOS 11 on iPad and 6th-gen iPod touch.We'll keep an eye on things as new updates roll out, and if you've got any tips of your own that we've not covered, mention them in the comments below. iPhone 8/8 Plus tipsEnable True Tone display: To … [Read more...] about The best iPhone tips and tricks
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Best free iPhone apps 2017 There are now hundreds of thousands of apps available for your iPhone X (and others), and surprisingly, many of the best are free.What's the best phone of 2018?The following list showcases our pick of the best free iPhone apps, and includes iPhone applications for social networking, travel, news, photography, productivity and more. Most of these apps are also compatible with the iPod touch as well.What's going to be interesting is how the iPhone X affects this list of best apps, because the larger screen is going to mean developers have to code their wares differently to cater for the new audience.But no matter which phone you've got, as long as it's made by Apple (and it's not too old) you'll be able to enjoy these titles that have been curated by TechRadar's expert app reviewers, who parse through the App Store regularly to see just what's bubbling up... and whether it's worth downloading.New this week: Oak - Meditation & BreathingOak - Meditation … [Read more...] about Best free iPhone apps 2018
posted on 18 Oct 2012, 02:43 24 1. darktranquillity (Posts: 284; Member since: 28 Feb 2012) Its not iphone's fault, its cause you'r in the wrong day at the wrong time. posted on 18 Oct 2012, 02:49 6 3. Droid_X_Doug (Posts: 5993; Member since: 22 Dec 2010) No, it is a completely different root cause - Steve Jobs has reached out from the other side. The VZW iP5s are on Steve Jobs' date and time.... ;-) posted on 18 Oct 2012, 03:30 10 12. MeoCao (unregistered) iPhone 5 new unique feature. posted on 18 Oct 2012, 07:38 1 17. PAPINYC (banned) (Posts: 2315; Member since: 30 Jul 2011) iDiSagree, I actually know alot of people who this has happened to and, unfortunately, the problem is rAmpAntly growing iAmok. TheoriTiCally speaking, I think it's iNception lies where the display is extended 0.30 MiLliNches, coupled with a processor overclocked to perform as a Dual-Core chip when it, in fact, is only Single-Core; of course this would mean that Apple was less than … [Read more...] about Comments for : Is your Verizon iPhone 5 displaying time and date incorrectly?
Apple's iPhone is an amazing smartphone. In fact, we won't be wrong if we say that it is, and always has been, among the best phones around, as millions of loyal iPhone owners would agree. Yet nonetheless, a fraction of iPhone users end up switching to Android sooner or later. Why? Well, for a number of reasons. Some could be drawn by the larger screen on phones like the LG G3 or by the awesome camera on the Galaxy S5, while others could be tempted by the water-resistant properties of the Sony Xperia Z2 or the outstanding design of the HTC One (M8). Either way, migrating from an iPhone to an Android smartphone can be a bumpy ride, especially if you want to move all of your personal data over to your new device. But with the help of our in-depth guide, the switching process should be less of a hassle.First and foremost, you have to set up your brand new Android phone. During setup, you will be asked whether you have a Google account so log in if you have one already. You do if … [Read more...] about Switching from iPhone to Android: tips and tricks you should know
Welcome to Mossberg, a weekly commentary and reviews column on The Verge and Re/code by veteran tech journalist Walt Mossberg, now an Executive Editor at The Verge and Editor at Large of Re/code. Once, Apple’s built-in Mail app for iOS was a revelation. It was easy to use, yet rich with features — like simple account setup, in-line photos, fast search, a good junk mail filter, the ability to handle all the major email services, and more. But today, Apple Mail is, like the company’s other core apps, displaying what looks to me like a gradual deterioration in quality. Its biggest problem is a technical incompatibility that makes it slow to receive messages from Google’s Gmail, which now has a billion users. But there are other issues. Search is often sluggish and unreliable, especially with a large body of emails. And, in my experience, little glitches pop up way too often. For instance, on my iPhone, an email has been stuck in Apple Mail’s Outbox now for … [Read more...] about A smart new email app for the iPhone