How to use iPhone and iPad

How to fix iPhone battery percentage getting stuck or not updating on iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus

How to fix iPhone battery percentage getting stuck or not updating on iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus

There have been numerous reports from owners of the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s Plus, stating that their battery percentage icon is no longer updated. Meaning, these iPhone users have no idea what battery percentage their device is really at. At times the battery percentage will drop below 20 percent and jump back up to 60 percent without any warning. While the the majority of these issues appear on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, it seems to have occurred on other iOS devices as well. Check out a simple way to fix the issue when it crops up. 

How to disable contact suggestions found in Mail on your iPhone and iPad

How to disable contact suggestions found in Mail on your iPhone and iPad

I usually do not pick up any phone calls that come from an unknown caller. In fact, with cellphones as most people’s main point of contact, the need to pick up unknown calls is greatly diminished thanks to Contacts and caller ID. But you know what’s more annoying than having to pick up an unknown call? Picking up a phone call and realizing that the caller is not who is actually on the other end of the line. This can happen due to having an incorrect contact name, and sometimes your phone is doing that automatically.

How to play the hidden chess game inside Facebook Messenger on your iPhone

How to play the hidden chess game inside Facebook Messenger on your iPhone

Facebook Messenger is a great way to stay in touch with friends and family, but did you know that it has an awesome little secret? With just a few simple commands, you can play a built-in chess game that requires no additional apps on iPhone, iPad, and in your browser.

Top 10 tips for web browsing with Chrome on iPhone and iPad

Top 10 tips for web browsing with Chrome on iPhone and iPad

There are many people out there that use their iPhone or iPad as their main internet surfing device. Mobile devices and cellular networks are now strong enough to support basically anything you can down on your computer. So, since web browsing on mobile is so popular you’d think there would be competition amongst browser providers. There is not. Google Chrome for iOS is a fan favorite even on devices that come with Safari by default.

How to create checklists in the Notes app on your iPhone, iPad and Mac

How to create checklists in the Notes app on your iPhone, iPad and Mac

The Notes app has been one of the most improved applications in Apple’s recent years. From its humble and very basic beginnings, Notes has become a tiny powerhouse with editing features, iCloud syncing, embedded links, and of course checklists. The ability to add checklists in Notes was introduced in iOS 9. We covered all of Notes features before, but creating checklist is still one of the most popular uses within the Notes feature set. Let’s check out how to create interactive checklists on your iPhone, iPod, iPad and Mac.

How to get iOS 9.3’s Night Shift mode on your Mac right now

How to get iOS 9.3’s Night Shift mode on your Mac right now

Watching movies or reading articles on the laptop is a common before bedtime ritual for many of us out there. But reading on a bright screen before bedtime is not the best for your health or sleep patterns. That why the iPhone jailbreak app f.lux was so popular among the jailbreak community. 

Safari crashing on iPhone, iPad or Mac? Here’s how to fix it

Safari crashing on iPhone, iPad or Mac? Here’s how to fix it

The Safari Suggestions feature baked into Apple’s own web browser for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac is causing widespread crashes for users around the globe this morning. Simply tapping the address bar is all it takes to crash the app, but there are some simple workarounds.

Update: Apple has fixed the bug that was crashing Safari on iOS and OS X

Here’s how Night Shift toggle will work in iOS 9.3

Here’s how Night Shift toggle will work in iOS 9.3

iOS 9.3 beta 2 was released Monday for developers. This is the second beta version for iOS 9.3 following beta 1 which we covered earlier on. One of the biggest additions to the 9.3 feature set is Night Shift. And in this new beta seed, Apple has added a new toggle to access Night Shift right from Control Center. Let’s check it out. 

How to email large files using Mail Drop on your iPhone or iPad

How to email large files using Mail Drop on your iPhone or iPad

I love GIFs and memes almost as much as Costco Pizza. And when I want to share a bunch of these awesome memes or Gifs with a group of my friends, I opt for the Mail app on my iPhone. With the constant issues of sending GIFs via iMessages or Messages, using the native Mail client has become my go-to. 

How to use Music Memos app to record, organize and develop your musical ideas right on the iPhone

How to use Music Memos app to record, organize and develop your musical ideas right on the iPhone

If you have ever had the need to record your sudden musical inspiration, the Voice Memos app was your place of refuge. Many famous musicians have stated that some of their initial studio recordings were derived from random voice memos. iPhones are one of the most popular devices for musicians and regular folk alike, so instead of relying on the very minimalist Voice Memos App, Apple has released Music Memos for easy and efficient musical creation.