iPhone Tips and Tricks

How to Speed Up a Slow iPhone

How to Speed Up a Slow iPhone

Is your iPhone slow? If you’re facing performance issues with your iPhone, then here are some tips to speed up your slow iPhone.

10 Tips to Prolong iPhone Battery Lifespan

10 Tips to Prolong iPhone Battery Lifespan

After reading about Batterygate, you might be wondering what you can do to make sure your iPhone battery works for a longer time (which will, in turn, make sure your iPhone performance doesn’t degrade). If your iPhone battery is already degraded, you can get a replacement from Apple for as little as $29. Follow the tips below to increase the battery lifespan of your iPhone.

Top 15 iPhone Hacks and Tricks You Should Know About

Top 15 iPhone Hacks and Tricks You Should Know About

Here at iPhone Hacks, we love hacks. Not in the computer-hacking sense. For us Apple power users, it’s about knowing everything about the OS and making use of all the little features. Which is why we bring you how-tos, features, and tips and tricks. In this article, we want to talk about the best hacks for your iPhone.

How to Remotely Track iPhone

How to Remotely Track iPhone

If you’ve got young kids or teenagers using iOS devices, you might be curious as to what they’re doing on the internet. You might be concerned about cyber bullying or about their social life. You can use VPNs and routers to make sure the can’t access the parts of internet you don’t approve of. But what they do on their own device is usually off limits.

How to Fix iPhone Reboot/Respring Issue on iOS 11.1.2 [Date Bug]

How to Fix iPhone Reboot/Respring Issue on iOS 11.1.2 [Date Bug]

It’s a tough week for Apple. Apple just pushed out the fix for macOS High Sierra’s root bug and now there’s a new bug in iOS 11 that’s randomly rebooting/respringing iPhones across the globe. This one has to do with the date and notification system. If you’re experiencing resprings every 30 seconds or when you get a notification, follow the steps below. Even if you’re not facing the issue yet, take the steps below to make sure you’re safe from the bug.

How to Switch Between Apps Faster on iPhone X

How to Switch Between Apps Faster on iPhone X

The iPhone X swaps out the Home button for a software Home bar. It also does away with the 3D Touch shortcut for quickly switching between the most recent apps. But it replaces it with something much better.

How to Access App Switcher Faster on iPhone X

How to Access App Switcher Faster on iPhone X

It’s been two weeks since the iPhone X was released and I still can’t get used to the App Switcher gesture. It’s the swipe up and pause gesture that just doesn’t sit well with my brain. Sometimes I release my finger way too quickly and end up on the Home screen. If you’re also facing similar issues where you can’t get to the App Switcher reliably every single time, we have a pro tip for you.

How to Use Apple Pay Cash on iPhone

How to Use Apple Pay Cash on iPhone

We’ve been waiting for Apple’s answer to Venmo and Square Cash ever since the WWDC keyboard. Apple Pay Cash didn’t make it to the final release but it’s shown up for users of iOS 11.2 Beta 2. And in the next couple of weeks, as iOS 11.2 rolls out to the general public, everyone will be able to use Apple Pay Cash. Now iMessages on iCloud is the lone holdout.

How to Put iPhone X in Recovery Mode in 5 Easy Steps

How to Put iPhone X in Recovery Mode in 5 Easy Steps

When your iPhone is bricked, there’s usually no other option than to put it in recovery mode and try to update or restore it using iTunes. Because Apple has changed the steps for force rebooting the iPhone X, the steps for enabling recovery mode in this new iPhone are also different. Follow our guide below to find out the new steps.

How to Kill or Force Quit Apps on iPhone X

How to Kill or Force Quit Apps on iPhone X

In the last few years, we’ve established that mindlessly force quitting all apps multiple times a day doesn’t improve iPhone’s performance or the battery life. In fact, you might be doing the exact opposite because the app then needs more resources starting up again. Apple clearly wants users to stop doing this. Which is why they’ve changed the force quit app gesture in iPhone X, making the process slightly more tedious.