How to use iPhone and iPad

How to Play Pokémon Go Anywhere in the World

How to Play Pokémon Go Anywhere in the World

Despite its limited availability, Pokémon Go has turned into a craze that millions of people across the world are busy playing on their smartphones. The launch of the game led to Nintendo’s share rising by over 30%, with the total number of players playing the game on track to surpass the number of active daily Twitter users.

How to Play Facebook Messenger’s Secret Soccer Game

How to Play Facebook Messenger’s Secret Soccer Game

Facebook has launched a new Messenger game to celebrate Euro 2016 and Copa America. The aim of the secret soccer sim is to prevent the ball from falling to the ground while achieving your best possible score. Here’s how to play it.

How to Install iOS 10 Beta on Your iPhone or iPad

How to Install iOS 10 Beta on Your iPhone or iPad

Apple unveiled the hotly anticipated the next major version of iOS, iOS 10, during the WWDC 2016 Keynote address earlier today, which includes a number of new features and improvements.
A short while back, Apple also seeded the first beta version of iOS 10 to developers.

How to Watch WWDC 2016 Keynote Live

How to Watch WWDC 2016 Keynote Live

Apple’s WWDC 2016 keynote kicks off on Monday at 10:00 am PDT where it is widely expected to unveil  iOS 10, the hotly anticipated next generation mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and OS X 10.12, the next major update for Macs, which could be rechristened as macOS.

How to Get Unlimited Zoom On Any iPhone Photo

How to Get Unlimited Zoom On Any iPhone Photo

Apple only allows you to zoom so far into photos in iOS, but thanks to an odd bug in the latest versions of its operating system, there is a way to get unlimited zoom on your iPhone. Here are the steps to follow.

How to Use an Animated GIF as Wallpaper on Your Mac

How to Use an Animated GIF as Wallpaper on Your Mac

The creation of the animated GIF has changed my life for forever. I use GIFs so often people are convinced that I have a stockpile of GIFs on my phone and computer. Both of which are true. Now, you will be hard pressed to find a person that completely hates animated GIFs, which is why they would make for perfect computer desktop backgrounds. 

How to Add Empty Spaces to Your iPhone Home Screen Without Jailbreaking

How to Add Empty Spaces to Your iPhone Home Screen Without Jailbreaking

Don’t you wish you could put your iPhone’s home screen icons anywhere — just like you can on Android? Well, now it’s possible, and you don’t need to jailbreak your device or install third-party tweaks. Here’s what to do.

How to Recover Deleted Notes on your iPhone or iPad

How to Recover Deleted Notes on your iPhone or iPad


The Notes app is a convenient place to store quick tidbits of information — a list of items to get at the store on the way home from work, a quick sketch of your garden layout and more. As with most apps, everything is smooth sailing until you accidentally hit the delete button and lose some of that precious data. Thankfully, the Notes app has a recovery feature that’ll let you restore recently deleted content. Read on to find out how you can get your lost Notes data back quickly and with minimal stress.

How to Create iPhone Reminders for When You Get In and Out of Your Car

How to Create iPhone Reminders for When You Get In and Out of Your Car

Living in LA means two things: one, the weather is probably going to be very nice, and two, you’ll need a car to go anywhere over a mile. Having a car is essential for most people’s commute to work, school, or for errands, which is why Apple is investing a lot of time in the car industry. But, there are some things that we can do with our iPhones and iPads right now, that don’t require an Apple Car or Apple CarPlay. You want to get an alert whenever you get into your car or pull into your garage? It’s easier than it sounds, and we’ll show you how.

How to Save Email Attachments on iPhone or iPad to iCloud Drive

How to Save Email Attachments on iPhone or iPad to iCloud Drive

In a shockingly overdue move, iOS 9 finally brought the ability to attach and save files found in the iOS Mail app. Previously, you needed a third-party application to store any email attachments.  Most Apple users were confused at why such a feature could go missing for so long, but once it arrived, it was met with much elation. In order to save these attachments directly to your iOS device, you’ll need to enable iCloud Drive and have the iCloud Drive app installed as well. Not sure how to do that? We will show you that and more below the fold.