iPhone Tips and Tricks

6 creative iPhone Camera tricks that’ll let you capture awesome photos

6 creative iPhone Camera tricks that’ll let you capture awesome photos

The iPhone’s camera is great, and Apple has a lot of options in the Camera app to enhance your photos, but here are a few tricks that you can use to take even better and more creative photos.

How to prevent frayed Lightning Cables

How to prevent frayed Lightning Cables

When the Lightning cable was introduced, Apple promised improved durability, and I hoped that the cable won’t get damaged like its 30-pin predecessor. The cables, however, weren’t able to deliver on its promise, as many owners complain about frayed Lightning cables.

Normal: The app tells you which apps to kill to extend your iPhone’s battery life

Normal: The app tells you which apps to kill to extend your iPhone’s battery life

Battery life is quite a precious commodity when it comes to the iPhone. So it is important to optimize the settings on your iPhone to ensure that you can extend its battery life as much as possible based on your usage.

A lot also depends on the type of apps we use on our device. One of the reasons for poor battery life can be an app that is running in the background.

How to change the DNS server on your iPhone and iPad

How to change the DNS server on your iPhone and iPad

DNS, or Domain Name System, is a server that translates domain names like apple.com to IP addresses, a numerical sequence of numbers that can locate servers on the internet. Your ISP has its own DNS server that is used by default on all your iOS devices, but you can also point it to a different DNS server.

How to create and use HTML email signatures on your iPhone and iPad

How to create and use HTML email signatures on your iPhone and iPad

When Apple launched the iPhone, the “Sent from my iPhone” email signature was quite a novelty.

But not any more, so if you’re bored of it, and want to use an rich text and HTML email signature to include things like the links to your website and email address or make the text bold or italic in your signature, then here’s how to do it.

How to Quickly Snooze or Turn off iPhone Alarm Clock

How to Quickly Snooze or Turn off iPhone Alarm Clock

The iPhone has been my alarm clock ever since it was launched. I am sure it’s the case for many of you as well.

Here are some tips that you should probably know to quickly turn off or snooze the alarm clock on your iPhone to make it a little less annoying to get up in the morning.

Boost your iPhone’s Volume with this DIY Speaker

Boost your iPhone’s Volume with this DIY Speaker

If you want to boost the volume of the music or audio from your iOS device, then here’s a cool do-it-yourself solution created by Twitter user @nnnnnnnn.

All you need is a paper towel roll and two plastic cups.

How to secure your iPhone or iPad from unauthorized pairing using Apple Configurator

How to secure your iPhone or iPad from unauthorized pairing using Apple Configurator

Apple was recently accused of creating “backdoor” services in iOS that make it easier for government agencies to spy on users without their knowledge, although the iPhone maker promptly denied those claims in an official response issued yesterday, and followed it up by publishing a support document that provides information about the diagnostic services. Regardless of what you choose to believe, we’ve prepared this step-by-step guide on how to secure your iPhone or iPad from unauthorized pairing using Apple Configurator. 

How to bulk delete photos from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

How to bulk delete photos from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

If you want to delete a bunch of photos from your iPhone or iPad to free up space, the Photos app has a really useful option to delete images in bulk.

How to change Jailbroken iPhone or iPad’s root password

How to change Jailbroken iPhone or iPad’s root password

If you’re new to jailbreaking, and have just jailbroken your iOS device using the Pangu jailbreak then it may be a good idea to change the default root password to prevent someone with malicious intent from gaining access to your device.