Apple’s Predictive text does a pretty good job of guessing the next word you may type on your device. Of course we have all run into the issue of having our phone auto correct unnecessarily, which causes me to contemplate throwing my phone out the window. But in the end, Predictive text is mostly helpful. So if you would like to spice up the look of the Predictive text options, differentiating it from the normal text below, you can no do so.
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The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus brought in one of my favorite Apple features – Live Photos. Live Photos captures 1.5 seconds before and after a photo is taken, creating a short, animated image that can be shared and enabled with 3D Touch. But, in a major oversight (in my humble opinion) from Apple, there isn’t much else you can do with that Live Photo.
Creating an iCloud backup is usually an afterthought since most people have their iCloud backups set to automatic. So, unless something goes wrong, your iCloud backup remains a worry free zone. But when something does go wrong, like seeing the, “last backup could not be completed” error, it can seem like a really big deal. Back ups are only really relevant when they are needed, so not being able to complete a backup can be distressing. But luckily, the solutions are pretty simple ones.
Email has become a constant part of most people’s lives. Some primarily use email for work, others may use it to communicate with friends and family located all over the world. Whatever your reason for using email, the fact is, email is important. And when something is important, you want to be able to use it efficiently and quickly. Mail on iOS 9 and particularly on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, has made some major improvements. These improvements help you move around your inbox easier and have actions to make sure all your daily tasks are done as quickly as possible.
If you’ve just got your shiny new iPad Pro and can’t wait to use it, follow our step-by-step guide on how to set up and start using it.
One of the cool things of the new Apple TV remote is that the Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote (depending on which country you bought it) can be charged with the Lightning cable as it comes with a rechargeable battery which according to Apple provides “months” of battery life on a single charge.
The idea of jailbreaking one’s device isn’t necessarily the easiest decision. While some of us have been jailbreaking our devices for years, many iPhone owners are against the idea completely. Some are not sure about the installation process while others fear that they’ll void their warranty (untrue BTW).
Update: f.lux for iOS is no longer available as Apple has asked the developer to take it down as it is in violation of the Developer Program Agreement. You can check our post for more details.
I used to be afraid of the dark when I was younger. So much so, that my parents needed to install night lights in my room and in the hallway so that I could make it to the bathroom safe and sound. But if I had an iPhone, things may have been different. Even as an adult, there are times when the darkness can be an unwanted visitor. For times like that I use my iPhone to light up the room. But what if I could access that flashlight without even needing to pull up the Control Center. Now that would be dope indeed.
Everyone misses a call from time to time. No matter how diligent you are or how loud your ringer is, it’s going to happen. I am always looking to add usefulness to the Notification Center; and having a way to view all my recent, incoming and outgoing calls would be one of those useful features. Thanks to a little research, it looks like there is a way to do exactly that.