iOS 11 users can scan QR Codes by simply using their iOS device’s Camera app. Here’s how it works.
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With Safari in iOS 11, it’s easy to save any webpage as a PDF, which can then be marked up, saved, and shared with others.
Don’t want to save iPhone photos in the new iOS 11 High Efficiency Image Format? Here’s how to tell your iPhone to save them in the traditional JPEG format.
Have you upgraded your iPhone to iOS 11 and now you can’t find the Auto-Brightness switch? It’s still there, it’s just hidden a bit.
Apple’s True Tone Display on recent iPhone and iPad Pro models is a great, eye saving feature. However, some users might not care for it.
Don’t like the Auto Music Controls Display that watchOS 4 brought to your Apple Watch? Here’s how to turn it off.
If you need to force restart or hard reset your new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, you’ll find the method is a bit different from previous models.
iOS 11 can automatically turn on “Do No Disturb” when you’re behind the wheel. Here’s how to set it up.
Close a Safari tab too soon on your iPhone or iPad? Here’s how to quickly recover the closed tab.
Here’s how to protect your web browsing on your iOS device by making use of the anonymous Tor network.
Set up a Personal Hotspot on your iPhone or cellular-connected iPad, and set a password to share the connection with other users.
While Apple’s AirPods wireless earbuds have proven popular, one complaint many have had is the rather limited amount of control users have using just their AirPods.
Apple has posted 6 informative videos covering the new iPad features on the way in iOS 11, which should see a public release in September.
iOS 11’s “Emergency SOS” featureallows users to quickly press the sleep/wake button on their iPhone five times rapidly to summon emergency assistance if needed. There is also a great privacy-based side effect to this.
Crap! You’ve lost your AirPods! Where could you have left them? Fear not music lover, you may be able to locate them by using the “Find My iPhone” app.
It’s easy to share the photos from your iOS device with friends, relatives, or even perfect strangers, here’s how.