Whether you want to change your passcode or you want to prevent access to certain functions of your iPhone or iPad, iOS lets you change security to suit your needs. Here is how you can customize the security settings on your iOS device
By default, your iPhone uses two quick vibration pulses for a text message and a continuous steady pulse vibration for incoming calls, but you can create something unique so you can easily tell what kind of notification you're receiving without even looking.
Apple’s Calendar app lets you manage your schedule on the go, whether you are enroute to work or traveling to a fabulous vacation destination. iOS gives you a number of options for putting your own stamp on the application. Let’s walk through them.
You love your Fitbit Alta because it not only looks stylish on your wrist, it also helps you get healthier. We’ve been using our Fitbit Alta for a few months and we want to share our tips for getting the most out of your fitness tracker.
Whether you just can’t afford the price tag on the latest iPhone or you are the frugal sort who wants to save money, you’ll be happy to know that there is a burgeoning marketplace for used Apple devices
Most applications send you notifications from time to time, and Notification Center in iPhone and iPad governs which apps can do this and the form that these notifications take. This article explains how you can change these settings.
If you just got a new iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad then you've got Notification Center. It's Apple's attempt to bring order and sanity to the myriad of alarms, alerts, messages, calls, announcements, and game challenges that flood our daily lives. But first you may need to bring order and sanity to Notification Center itself. Here's how!
Parental Controls, also known as Restrictions, let you manage which features, apps, and content your kids can and can't access on the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. Before you can turn anything off, however, you need to enable them in Settings.
The point I’m getting at is that damaging your iPhone is easy. Getting it repaired or replaced is not so easy, especially if you don’t have it insured. But, what if you didn’t buy that expensive insurance plan when you bought the device?
There is no question that you can save scads of money if you buy a used iPhone as opposed to a new one. If you're thinking about going to an Apple Store to get one, however, you're out of luck — Apple does not sell used devices.
Apple offers a range of accessibility options that let you customize how your iPhone or iPad behaves when you perform certain actions. You have a choice between a few options so you can pick the one that's most convenient and useful for you.