Messages is the most popular app on iPhone because it's what keeps you in touch with everyone else who has an iPhone. And iPad, and Mac, and any other kind of phone. Thanks to all the gestures and shortcuts Apple's built into Messages, it also keeps you in that contact quicker than ever. Not all of them are obvious, but all of them are useful — once you figure them out! Pull to search Just like on the Home screen where you can touch and pull down to access Spotlight search, you can touch and pull down from any mailbox to bring up search for mail. Start typing and Mail will show you any messages that match. Swipe back Another system-wide gesture, any time you're in a message or mailbox, you can swipe to go back to the mailbox the message is in, or the account the mailbox in in. It's especially handy for those with bigger phones. Timestamps Time stamps — exactly when a message arrived — aren't shown inline. If you want to see them, you can swipe from the right edge of … [Read more...] about Secret iMessage shortcuts: 14 gestures to speed up your iPhone chat!
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WhatsApp uses your 3G or WiFi (when available) to message with friends and family. Switch from SMS to WhatsApp to send and receive messages, pictures, audio notes, and video messages. Whatsapp is also available for Android, Windows Phone and Windows/Mac PCs. Why use WhatsApp: No hidden costs: Once you and your friends download the application, you can use it to chat as much as you want. Send a million messages a day to your friends for free! WhatsApp uses your Internet connection: 3G/EDGE or Wi-Fi when available. Multimedia: Send Video, Images, and Voice notes to your friends and contacts. Group Chat: Enjoy group conversations with your contacts. Add or Remove group participants, change group subject and set a group icon. Personal: Set a profile photo which will be shown to all your contacts No international charges: Just like there is no added cost to send an international email, there is no cost to send WhatsApp messages internationally. Chat with your friends all over the … [Read more...] about WhatsApp for iPhone
A Wi-Fi–enabled DSLR or mirrorless camera, paired with a smartphone or tablet, offers several advantages, such as wireless transfer of images, the ability to review shots on a screen larger than the LCD on the camera body, remote shutter control, and other features. All of that requires good software, and too often the manufacturer’s efforts are basic or unreliable.Cascable 3 for iOS is the better alternative that adds features many of the camera companies don’t. It’s available for free with a limited but solid set of capabilities. An in-app purchase adds Cascable Pro features.Remote shutterOne of the main reasons to use Cascable is to control the camera without being near it. Instead of setting a timer and dashing into a family photo, you can compose the shot on the iPhone using a live preview of what the camera is seeing (“Move left, Mom. A little more. Perfect.”) and trigger the shot when everyone is smiling. An Apple Watch app with a giant white … [Read more...] about Cascable 3 for iOS review: Use your iPhone as a full-featured remote for your Wi-Fi enabled DSLR camera
The small size and portability of the iPhone, iPod touch, and even the iPad makes them easy targets for thieves. Leave one unattended for a moment on a table in a public place, or allow your bag to sit out of view for a few minutes, and your device may find its way into other hands.While you can’t trigger a remote electrical charge to punish the malefactor who took your iOS device, you do have an opportunity to track it down, so long as you install software ahead of time. GadgetTrak, a $4 universal app, can help you recover an errant piece of mobile hardware. A separate $1 in-app purchase lets you opt to snap pictures (front and rear) on capable devices if the possessor is convinced to open the app. You can use GadgetTrak on any number of devices synced using the same iTunes account. GadgetTrak is properly labeled theft-recovery software. It can’t prevent a device from being stolen, and it doesn’t have monitoring features that would, for instance, alert you if your … [Read more...] about GadgetTrak for iPhone and iPad
The announcement of the new iPhone models is just around the corner. Despite Apple's secretive ways, more and more information about the devices is starting to leak out as we draw closer to September. An interesting photo was recently uploaded by Benjamin Geskin on Twitter. A quartet of bare logic boards, allegedly made for the iPhone 7s Plus, can be seen on the image shared by the popular concept creator. When compared to the logic board of an iPhone 7 Plus (see top image), it is clear that they are more or less the same. The board's measurements and screw hole placements seem to be identical to the larger 2016 model, which excludes the possibility of it being intended for the smaller 7s. Meanwhile, the alleged premium anniversary iPhone will supposedly have a design that supports an L-shaped two-cell battery pack. But how do we know that this isn't, in fact, a 7 Plus PCB? Well, there's a "3217" timestamp on the board. This means that it … [Read more...] about iPhone 7s Plus bare logic board poses for the camera, A11 chip and Intel modem markings observed