How to use iPhone and iPad

How to Uninstall iOS 15 Beta and Downgrade Your iPhone to iOS 14.6

How to Uninstall iOS 15 Beta and Downgrade Your iPhone to iOS 14.6

Installed the iOS 15 beta on your iPhone? It’s a developer beta build, so it is not stable enough for daily use. If you are now regretting your decision, here’s how you can uninstall iOS 15 on your iPhone and downgrade back to iOS 14.6.

How to Download and Install macOS 12 Monterey Beta on Mac

How to Download and Install macOS 12 Monterey Beta on Mac

Following the keynote, Apple released the first developer beta of macOS 12 Monterey. In this guide, we’ll explain how you can download and install the latest macOS 12 beta on your compatible Apple Mac and MacBook in just a few steps.

How to Download and Install iPadOS 15 Beta on iPad or iPad Pro Right Now

How to Download and Install iPadOS 15 Beta on iPad or iPad Pro Right Now

iPadOS 15 is a major update, and while the public beta is still a few months away, you might be tempted to install the developer beta on your iPad right away. If that’s the case, check out our guide on how to install iPadOS 15 on your iPad right away.

How to Download and Install watchOS 8 Beta on Apple Watch

How to Download and Install watchOS 8 Beta on Apple Watch

Following the keynote, Apple released the first developer beta of watchOS 8. In this guide, we’ll explain how you can download and install the latest watchOS 8 beta on your compatible Apple Watch in just a few steps.

How to Download and Install iOS 15 Beta on iPhone Right Now

How to Download and Install iOS 15 Beta on iPhone Right Now

Soon after announcing iOS 15, Apple released the first beta of the OS for all iOS 15 compatible iPhones. In its current state, only developers are recommended to install the iOS 15 beta on their device. However, if you cannot wait until the public release of the OS in September, follow this guide on how to get the iOS 15 beta on your iPhone.

How to Watch WWDC 2021 Keynote Live

How to Watch WWDC 2021 Keynote Live

Apple is all set to host WWDC 2021 virtually from June 7 through June 11 this year. The company is expected to announce iOS 15, watchOS 8, iPadOS 15, and the next version of macOS and tvOS at the event. Since Apple will be live streaming the opening keynote of WWDC 2021, you’ll be able to watch it live from the comfort of your couch. Here’s how you can watch WWDC 2021 live.

How to Control Your iPhone Camera Remotely Without Touching It

How to Control Your iPhone Camera Remotely Without Touching It

iPhones are known to have one of the best smartphone cameras in the world and often rank highly in DxOMark camera tests. With such a good set of cameras, iPhones have replaced DSLRs for many content creators and pro photographers. There may come a situation wherein you need to use your iPhone to capture a photo and need to trigger the shutter remotely. Here’s how you can remotely trigger your iPhone’s camera shutter without touching it, with or without an Apple Watch.

How to Schedule Your Mac to Turn On, Off, or Sleep Automatically

How to Schedule Your Mac to Turn On, Off, or Sleep Automatically

Turning on your Mac or shutting it down and even waking it up from sleep doesn’t take much time. But even then, if you like your Mac to be on and ready when you want to use it, you can use the built-in macOS scheduler to do so. Here’s how to make your Mac boot up, sleep, or shut down automatically.

How to Enable Dark Mode in Snapchat for iPhone

How to Enable Dark Mode in Snapchat for iPhone

Apple added Dark Mode to iOS with the release of iOS 13 in September 2019. While many apps were quick to add support for Dark Mode, others have languished in this regard, including Snapchat. 1.5 years after Apple first released iOS 13 with Dark Mode, Snapchat finally got around to adding Dark Mode support to its app. Here’s how you can enable Dark Mode in Snapchat on your iPhone.

How to Measure Your Heart Rate and Blood Oxygen (SpO2) Using iPhone

How to Measure Your Heart Rate and Blood Oxygen (SpO2) Using iPhone

Given the ongoing pandemic, having access to a pulse oximeter can be handy as it can be used to measure one’s blood oxygen levels instantly. However, you might find yourself in a situation where you do not have access to a pulse oximeter. In such scenarios, you can use your iPhone to measure your blood oxygen (SpO2) levels.