If your iPhone has been acting weird, shutting off on its own, even when it had 15 or 30% battery left, you should know that this is not new, and you’re not alone. Users have been reporting this issue on a wide scale ever since iOS 9 came out. And a lot of people are experiencing this even today, in 2016.
One of the first things I do when I am setting up a new iPhone is connect it with my favorite Bluetooth accessories.
Almost all my favorite accessories for the iPhone use Bluetooth to connect to it. Use Bluetooth to connect my iPhone with my Apple Watch, with my Jabra Revo Wireless Headphones so I can use it while on the treadmill, with my car audio system so I can stream my favorite music while driving, and with my Bose Bluetooth speakers while taking a shower.
We all need sleep. But we also all need to get up at some point in time. For many of us, there is no alarm clock-radio plugged into the wall. Instead, we rely on our iPhones to gently or not-so-gently bring us out of our slumber with a classic alarm tone. However, for folks that are heavy sleepers the volume of the alarm is a majorly important adjustment to be made. There is nothing worst than sleeping through an important alarm. So let’s take a look at a few things that can increase the alarm sound, so you never sleep through another alarm again.
One of the things we tend to take for granted is the stability of the iPhone and iPad apps. I realized it yesterday when I had an app that I wanted to use, kept crashing on me. It has been a while since I have had an app crashing on me like this.
It can be quite annoying as we are so used to getting information instantly on our iPhones and smartphones.
One of the biggest selling points for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is the advanced screen that utilizes 3D Touch for various Quick Actions and unique touch points. However, none of that means squat if you have an unresponsive touch screen. Some users have complained that their screens will freeze at random, making 3D touch or any touch action impossible for about 7 seconds on average. If you are running into this issue, there are a few possible remedies.
Earlier today, Apple released the iOS 9 update for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Like always, tens of thousands of users trying to update their iOS device right away to iOS 9 have managed to overload Apple’s servers.