iPad Tips and Tricks

How to stop iPhoto or iTunes from launching automatically when connecting your iPhone, iPad

How to stop iPhoto or iTunes from launching automatically when connecting your iPhone, iPad

If you’re a Mac user, you might have noticed an annoying default setting that OS X has when you connect your iPhone or iPad: it automatically launches iPhoto or iTunes, which slows down your Mac.

How to Restart your iPhone or iPad without using the Power and Home Button

How to Restart your iPhone or iPad without using the Power and Home Button

Apple gives you no direct way to reboot your iPhone or iPad from iOS, and the only way you can do that is by pressing and holding the home and power button together until you see the Apple logo. If either of these buttons are broken, here’s an easy way to reboot your device.

How to record your iPhone or iPad’s screen using your Mac

How to record your iPhone or iPad’s screen using your Mac

While the iOS has a screenshot feature built in since its early days, an official way to record your iPhone or iPad’s screen didn’t exist until iOS 8. Sure, you could use AirPlay mirroring in combination with a tool like Reflector or AirServer, but Apple’s own solution is way better.

How to easily free up space on your iPhone or iPad with Dropbox’s Carousel

How to easily free up space on your iPhone or iPad with Dropbox’s Carousel

If you’re a Dropbox user who wants to free up space on their iPhone or iPad, here’s a quick way to do it using the service’s photo management app Carousel.

How to reduce your iPhone or iPad’s brightness below default level without jailbreaking

How to reduce your iPhone or iPad’s brightness below default level without jailbreaking

If you use your iPhone or iPad at night, even the lowest level brightness may, at times, feel too bright. Luckily, there’s a way to turn down the brightness even below the minimum level, but that setting is hidden inside iOS’ wide variety of accessibility features.

The 60 Best Tips and Tricks for your new iPad

The 60 Best Tips and Tricks for your new iPad

If you’ve just bought a new iPad, and new to the world of iOS, then here are some tips and tricks you should know to use your shiny new device.

How to find the font on any webpage on your iPhone or iPad

How to find the font on any webpage on your iPhone or iPad

Ever find yourself admiring a font on a web page, and want to find out what’s the name of the font? The developer of WhatFont,  the popular browser extensions, recently released a new iOS 8 Safari extension that let’s you do just that.

How to convert currencies in Safari with Stacks 2.0

How to convert currencies in Safari with Stacks 2.0

You’ve likely come across many situations when you open a web page to buy something, but the currency isn’t the local one. Stacks 2.0 has a really useful Safari extension for iOS 8 that converts the international currencies to the local one, within the web page.

How to share photos from your iPhone or iPad without location and other metadata

How to share photos from your iPhone or iPad without location and other metadata

You likely click and share a lot of photos from your iPhone and iPad, but on many occasions, you do not want to share the photo metadata, the most important of which is the location the photo was taken. So here’s a simple way to quickly share photos without your GPS coordinates and other metadata.

Security guidelines if you install Custom Enterprise apps on your iPhone or iPad to avoid vulnerabilities like ‘Masque Attack’

Security guidelines if you install Custom Enterprise apps on your iPhone or iPad to avoid vulnerabilities like ‘Masque Attack’

Apple has published a new knowledge base document on enterprise application installation in response to the ‘Masque Attack’ vulnerability.