Apple finally added trackpad and mouse support on the iPad with the iPadOS 13.4 update. It seemed imminent ever since Apple decided to release iPadOS last year, as a derivation of iOS, but with a greater emphasis on multitasking. In this article, we will show you how to use the trackpad or mouse with your iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Air or iPad mini.
How to use iPhone and iPad
Apple released the iOS 13.4 update earlier this month for all compatible iPhones and iPads. iOS 13.4 is a pretty major update that fixes a bunch of bugs and also adds some new features. However, many iPhone users are complaining of battery life issues or Bluetooth issues with the iOS 13.4 update. In such cases, as an extreme measure, you can consider downgrading your iPhone back to iOS 13.3.1. Or if you are someone who prefers to jailbreak their phone, you should downgrade back to iOS 13.3.1 until an iOS 13.4 jailbreak is available.
Similar to Google Drive on Android, Apple uses the iCloud platform to backup everything including photos, videos, app data, device settings, and more. The whole process is designed to help keep your data synchronized across Apple devices. However, since iCloud only offers 5GB of free space, most people are going to fill it up in no time. In this post, we will guide you through some of the effective ways to delete the iCloud storage.
Back in February 2018, Google introduced AR stickers for the Google Camera app on Pixel devices. With that, users can view and capture real-life animals and objects from the Google Camera app. But it was only limited to Pixel devices and the phones with Google Camera app. To reach a broader audience, the software giant introduced 3D animals function which one can use with a simple Google search on AR-enabled iPhone and Android devices.
Music fans around the world are rapidly moving towards streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music. With the growing trend, Music apps are adding more functions at a swift pace. One such feature is timed lyrics support. In my books, it’s essential to a smooth listening experience.
Zoom is not the only video conferencing service that has been a spike in its usage as millions of people across the world work from home to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Skype, one of the oldest video calling services out there, has also seen a spike in its usage and it is being used by companies and colleagues for holding virtual meetings. Just like Zoom, Skype also offers an option to hide the background so that you don’t have to worry about cleaning your messy room before joining a video call.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people around the world have been forced to work from their homes. This has led to a spike in usage for video calling and conferencing services like Zoom so that employees can easily hold virtual meetings. The thing is that while working from home, you don’t always have the best room to work out of.
Apple Music and Spotify are the two biggest music streaming services in the world. Both of them offer millions of songs, soundtracks, podcasts, and videos to their users. However, they mostly differ in terms of features and usability.
Ever faced a situation when you needed to quickly use the flashlight on your iPhone? Those dark situations during a sudden power cut or movie theatre may require you to pull out the iPhone to use the torch. Thankfully, Apple has added quick shortcuts throughout the UI to use the flashlight function. In this post, we will guide you through four different ways to convert your iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max or any iPhone X series with the latest iOS 13 into a flashlight.
Your iPhone’s charging port is bound to collect a lot of dust and lint over an extended period of time. There can be many reasons behind this including the environment where you live, where you work, and more. A lot of dust and lint can also accumulate in the charging port if the pocket or bag where you keep your phone in is particularly dirty. A dirty charging port can cause your iPhone to not charge or create issues when using accessories.