The iPhone is a wonderful example of Apple’s “It Just Works” philosophy. But there can be instances when your iPhone stops working for a variety of reasons. If your iPhone is stuck on the Apple Logo or in a boot loop, then it’s a trip to Apple’s service center which could turn out to be a costly affair. It’s annoying, not to mention all the iPhone data that you will lose due to the repair. There’s a way you can solve these issues at home though, by using Wondershare’s Dr.Fone.
It is quite common for parents to give a smartphone to their kids for educational and entertainment purposes. This move comes with its own benefits as well as some concerns. The web is filled with malicious and adult content which you will not want your kids to accidentally consume. Also, you would want to keep a close eye on installed the apps your kids use and their browsing history. Apple offers a Screen Time feature with parental controls but it is limited in many ways which is where Wondershare’s FamiSafe solution comes in.
It’s 2020 and Apple is targeting every potential customer from $400 price tag to $1200. More consumers are migrating from Android to iPhone than ever. When switching from one OS to another, you would want to move all your contacts, messages, call logs, photos, and videos with you. Apple does offer a ‘Move to iOS’ tool but the solution might not be suited for all. One can also transfer photos using cloud storage services such as OneDrive, Google Drive, or Google Photos. But it requires a stable internet connection, which might not be feasible for everyone. Enter a third-party solution called Wondershare dr.fone Phone Transfer.
macOS comes with Quicktime as the default video player for basic video playback. However, compared to today’s standards, Quicktime and many other third-party ones miss out on essentials such as video conversion, gif maker, casting capabilities, and more. If you are using Mac and deal with a bunch of videos, images, or any kind of media files on a daily basis, then you need a capable video converter tool that can convert videos to any format quickly and without quality loss. Enter a third-party solution called Wondershare Uniconverter.
A VPN or Virtual Private Network makes browsing the web secure as it hides your real IP address and spoofs your location. With a VPN, you can anonymously browse the web and bypass surveillance and censorship. VPNs also encrypt all the browsing data so you can be sure that no one is sniffing your browsing activity and your data is safe. This is particularly important if you are using a public Wi-Fi network. This is why you should always use a VPN on your Mac.
Both Windows 10 and macOS come with a built-in video player for basic video playing and quick editing. However, compared to today’s standards, both video players skip on many essentials including video to audio converter, the ability to mirror iPhone to PC or Mac, support for all formats, the ability to create playlists, a capable video editor, and more. Enter a third-party solution called 5KPlayer.
Apple offers one of the secure unlocking methods on smartphones using Face ID and screen passcode. The iPhone will automatically disable itself if someone tries to unlock the device incorrectly several times. While the mechanism is geared towards securing your device data against the thieves, it might leave you with a disabled iPhone if you or your little ones accidentally try to unlock the iPhone multiple times. The iPhone also gets disabled when you forget the passcode.
Apple offers one of the best iPhone data backup/restore tools using iCloud or iTunes. While it works seamlessly among the Apple devices, it does come with some head-scratching limitations. For example, there is no way to selectively back up or restore iPhone data using iTunes. Users can only perform a full backup/restore via iTunes.
Apple offers one of the robust data backup and restore techniques using iCloud on iPhones and iPads. You might have come across situations where you are locked out of your iPhone due to repetitively entering the wrong passcode or the device getting stuck at the startup screen while installing a new buggy update. There can also be situations where you end up accidentally deleting some data from your iPhone.