iPhone Is Disabled Connect to iTunes: Fix Updated 2019

Have you ever picked up your iPhone to be greeted with a notification “iPhone is disabled” and to “try again in 1 minute” or to try again 5, 15, 60 minutes? The worst of all, the notification says “iPhone is disabled connect to iTunes”, and you cannot use it until then. So, why is the […]

Apple iPhone Tip: How We Can Use Voice Control Feature On iPhone

Have you ever wanted to control your iPhone or iPad with just your voice? Well, the powerful new Voice Control feature introduced in iOS 13 allows you to do just that, and it works perfectly even if Siri is disabled. While it was designed as an accessibility feature, Voice Control can be very useful feature […]

Tech Tip: How To Screen Record On iPhone

Want to show your non-tech-savvy relative how to set up their email without actually having to do it for them? Apple makes it easy to record screen of your iPhone without installing third party Apps. Screen recording is handy for recording short demos or documenting a glitch with your iPhoneThe recording can be done in […]

Make iPhone safe for kids: guide to iOS parental control

If your children have an iPhone, you need to ensure it’s safe – and therefore, you need to set up parental controls to specify exactly what your kids can and can’t do with their iPhones. If you have a child (or teenager) using your iPhone, or they have their own, you can tweak a number […]

How To Turn On Dark mode on iPhone in iOS 13

One of iOS 13’s most awaited feature is also one of its simplest. The latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system finally introduces a Dark Mode for your iPhone and iPad’s interface. When dark mode is on, previously white interface elements of iOS transforms to black color(and the text changes to a brighter white color […]

How to Shut Down or Force Restart 2018 iPad Pro

Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro models, available in 11 or 12.9-inch size options, feature edge-to-edge displays with no Home buttons on board. The absence of a Home button has brought about some re-mapped gestures and features, with Apple introducing new restart, shut down, and force restart methods in iPads. A shut down and a restart are […]

How To Turn Off 3D Touch iOS 13 on iPhone

3D Touch and Haptic Touch are both used to improve your user experience. Noting that, 3D Touch has lost most of its functionalities, you should probably turn off 3D Touch in iOS 13 on iPhone 6s, 7, 8, X, and XS. 3D Touch is a feature which utilizes screen sensitivity hardware to notice the level of […]

Apple Screen Time: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Screen Time lets you monitor and control your and your family’s device usage, and is controlled from Settings > Screen Time. To enable Screen Time, tap Turn on Screen Time on that screen. You’re asked if you’re setting up the device for you or a child, which you can change later. After you’ve turned on […]

Family Sharing: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Family Sharing lets up to six family members with separate Apple IDs share apps and media, as well as iCloud storage, photos, a calendar, and locations. It‘s also required for Apple Music family plans. In this article, I will show you How to set up and use Family Sharing with family members on iOS. Organize […]

Manage iPhone Storage: Complete Guide To iOS 13

A persistent problem for iPhone and iPad users is data management. Whether it’s managing free space on your device or controlling how much iCloud storage you’re using, , this article can help you. If you would like to know how to use the Files app to manage files stored locally and in the cloud, read […]

Apple App Store: Complete Guide To iOS 13

The App Store is arguably the most important app on your devices, since it’s your portal to a treasure trove of millions of apps. It was the App Store and third-party developers that transformed the iPhone from a niche gadget to a world-changing phenomenon. Tip: Your App Store login can be separate from your iCloud […]

All helpful ways you can use spotlight search on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

Here are all helpful ways you can use spotlight search on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

Protect Your Privacy On iPhone: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Follow these steps to protect your privacy on your iPhone or iPad. Set a passcode, set up touch and face ID, set up find my iPhone, Sign in with Apple, Enable to factor authentication…

Make Calls On iPhone: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Whether or not you have an iPhone, this comprehensive guide tells you how to make a “phone” call on your iPhone or iPad. There are multiple ways to talk with someone in iOS: FaceTime lets you make crystal-clear audio or video calls on any iOS device and third-party apps like Skype can integrate with the […]

Activity View: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Learn the ins and outs of how activity views work in iOS and iPadOS Activity views (formerly known as the Share sheet) make it easy to share with others. You can not only share webpages through messages, email, and on social media, but you can also transfer a file (like a PDF displayed in Safari) […]

Organize Your Wallet: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Wallet is a storehouse for virtual passes like coupons, reward cards, and tickets. It also manages your Apple Pay cards and settings. Note: The iPad doesn’t have the Wallet app, but you can manage Apple Pay payment methods in Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay. Manage Wallet Passes There are two ways to add passes: […]

Hand Off Feature: Complete Guide To iOS 13

This article covers the App Switcher on the iPhone and iPod touch, as well as the Handoff feature. For info on special iPad multitasking features, see Special iPad Features . Switch Between Apps Use the App Switcher to switch to a recently used app, to force-quit a crashed app, or to work with Handoff: Double-press […]

Tricks To Improve Battery Life in iOS 13

Keeping mobile devices powered is a persistent challenge. As your Apple devices do more and more for you, features like background tasks, Location Services, iCloud syncing, and Background App Refresh can strain a battery. Fortunately, iOS and iPadOS offer some tools that can extend your battery life. Note: This article refers to many Control Center […]

Best Things You Can Do On iPhone And iPad Lock Screen

The Lock screen is the first thing you see when you power on or wake up your iOS device, and it contains a wealth of functionality. Lock and Unlock Your Device iOS and iPadOS 13 devices are all equipped with either Touch ID or Face ID: Face ID (iPhones without Home buttons and newer iPad […]

Manage iPhone Home Screen: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Once past the Lock screen, you’re presented with the Home screen—the grid of icons that you tap to launch apps. Resting at the bottom of the Home screen is the Dock, which makes it easy to get to a fixed set of your most-used apps regardless of which Home screen page you’re on. On an […]

iOS keyboard: Learn how to type on iOS 13 and iPadOS

Typing in iOS is pretty self-explanatory, but a few tricks are easy to miss, especially the new ones in iOS 13. The keyboard gets even better in iOS 13 with the landing of a Swipe-style QuickPath typing system. Previously, we could use Swype, a convenient to use app which enabled us to ‘type’ by dragging […]

Handle Bandwidth Usage: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Internet connections without some kind of bandwidth cap or overage fee are difficult to find. Fortunately, there are tricks you can employ to manage your bandwidth usage in iOS. All these tricks can help you reduce your use of cellular data on your iPhone or iPad, but some can also help you stay under a […]

AppleFiles app: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Files is a convenient app on apple devices that gives you access to every file you have stored in the different apps on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. There is a new Downloads folder in iOS 13,which will be the location for any web downloads and attachments from Mail. In addition, there is an ability […]

Apple Maps: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Find Yourself, Your Stuff, and Your Friends Most of this article explains how to use Apple’s Maps app, but I also talk about how to Use Find My . I also discuss the potentially life-saving feature, Do Not Disturb While Driving. Use Maps Apple’s homegrown Maps app is a built-in window to the world, providing […]

Control Center: Complete Guide To iOS 13

Control Center is a handy way to access common controls. To open Control Center on iPhones with Home buttons, swipe up from beneath the bottom of the screen. On newer iPhones and the iPad swipe down from the upper-right corner of the screen. Control Center gives you quick access to network settings, brightness, audio controls, […]

Using shortcuts in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13: The ultimate guide

Apple’s Shortcuts app will let you automate common actions in iOS, such as sending messages to friends, calculating tips, and sharing photos. Shortcuts lets you extend iOS’s functionality in numerous ways, and integrates with apps from Apple and participating third parties. Creating your own shortcuts can be a complex process and I don’t have enough […]

How to use Siri in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

Speak to Siri Siri is your voice-activated personal assistant, capable of making phone calls, playing music, reading your email messages, telling you if it’s going to rain, and even controlling your home. Summon Siri There are two ways to summon Siri. The first is to press and hold the Home button—or the Sleep/wake button on […]

Master Messages in iOS 13 and iPadOS

Messages has grown into a potent instant messaging tool. Messages can handle SMS messages, Apple’s own iMessage messages, and voice messages. Messages lets you add visual effects to messages, and developers can create apps that integrate with Messages. Understand Core Messages Concepts SMS (Short Message System) and MMS (Multimedia Messaging System) are methods of sending […]

Special iPad Features in iPadOS: The ultimate guide

The iPad technically no longer runs iOS, but rather a new operating system called iPadOS. They’re mostly similar, but iPadOS offers a few unique features. Pin Today View on the Home Screen In iPadOS, you can pin the Today View on the Home Screen so that you don’t have to swipe to bring it up […]

iOS Accessibility features in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

One of the best things about Apple is its commitment to accessibility. For instance, Apple has made the iPhone usable for the visually impaired. But everyone can benefit from accessibility features. Enter Dark Mode iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 introduce Dark Mode, which, as you can imagine, darkens the appearance of the user interface in […]