iPhones usually aren’t the phones that slow down months after you bought it. But of course, there are exceptions. Either because of old or buggy software or resource intensive apps, even the latest iPhone can be bogged down. Or maybe, it just feels like it’s bogged down. Doesn’t matter what the case is, follow our tips below and you’ll have your iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus (or any of the previous iPhones) running up to speed in no time.
iPhone Tips and Tricks
iOS is almost 10 years old. That’s a decade of updates and new features. Though, when you simply look at the Home screen of an iPhone running iOS 10, you might question yourself if anything has really changed much over the years. It has, just not in the most obvious, in-your-face way.
Deep down, we know that using an open, unsecured Wi-Fi connection is risky. But usually, we ignore that instinct. We think that it’s not going to happen to me, I don’t have anything to hide. Or we’re just too lazy to take the proper steps to protect ourselves. Sometimes there’s no other option but to use a free, open, unsecured Wi-Fi network. In that case, what do you do?
When it comes to customizing your iPhone, the first thing that you have to do is to jailbreak it. Doing so allows you to theme the app icons, interfaces, Lock screen, Home screen or pretty much anything else that you want.
It’s always been possible to retouch photos, remove objects, make this prettier. You only needed a computer and Photoshop. But now though, you can do simple retouching using just your fingers, right on your iPhone. Thanks to TouchRetouch.
Apple Music is Apple’s built-in music streaming service that you’ll find in the Music app. Since the iOS 10 update, the service and the app have both improved significantly. While the new design makes some things similar, it does have the tendency to hide features behind menus and settings items. Check out our tips and tricks below to discover all the hidden and awesome features in Apple Music.
The print to PDF feature on your iPhone and iPad makes it easy to convert a web page or document that you’re viewing to PDF and save that file to the cloud, email it to yourself, or copy or import it into another app.