Apple recently unveiled the 2018 version of its low-cost iPad. Yes, Apple is simply calling it the iPad (6th generation). From the outside, the new iPad looks the same, but the internals get an overhaul. The killer feature? Apple Pencil support. Here’s everything you need to know about the new iPad.
HQ Trivia is a live trivia app on iPhone where you can earn real money. All you have to do is answer some trivia questions. If you’ve always thought of yourself as a trivia king or queen but never got enough courage to go to a trivia show, this is your chance to make it big. The app sometimes pays out tens of thousands of dollars each night (split between all winners).
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.
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.
UPDATE: We no longer recommend using mSpy after Kerbs on Security reported that the company leaked millions of sensitive records.
Now that you’ve got the iPhone X, you’ll want to look into getting the most out of the device. Once you’ve installed all the must-have iPhone X apps, it’s time to look in an outward direction and look at the must-have iPhone X accessories. Get a case, a screen protector, an external battery pack, better cables, wireless audio and you’re good to go.
The iPhone X replaces the Home button for a software, gesture-based Home bar. And at first glance, it looks too cumbersome. And yes, the App Switcher gesture could have been better. But once you embrace the Home bar for all it can do, you’ll discover some really quick ways to do things.
The iPhone X has a new screen size, a new screen resolution, and new hardware to design around (like the curved edges and the notch). Apple has been clear in their directive – flow with the curves and embrace the notch. And some of the best apps for the iPhone X manage to do just that (a few add their own unique twist to it).
We’ve already seen a couple of cases where the Apple Watch’s heart rate feature has recognized irregular heart rate. This feature has saved lives. Now, Apple is teaming up with Stanford for an official Heart Rythm study using the Apple Watch. The data gathered during this study will be used to detect and track heart issues like atrial fibrillation.
It seems like every single week, Bitcoin’s value hits a new high. Maybe the cryptocurrency is piqued your interest. Maybe you want to see what the fuss is about and buy a small sliver of Bitcoin from your disposable income. But you don’t want the overhead of going to a marketplace, exchanging money for Bitcoin and then figuring out where to save it.
The iPhone X is all about gestures. There’s no Home button, no Touch ID. Everything from unlocking the phone to switching between apps and even reachability now happens using gestures. These new gestures are breaking 10 years of muscle memory so it will take some time to get used to them. We’re here to help you out with some tips and tricks to speed up that process.