This past week, Apple launched the next generation of iOS and iPadOS, version 15. Check out this playlist to learn all the cool new features!
Control Center is an easy way to access important settings and features like your WiFi, screen brightness, volume, and music. So, let’s look at everything Control Center can do, discover it’s hidden secrets, and learn how to customize it to your liking.
Yesterday Apple announced their latest updates to iOS, AirPods, iPadOS, watchOS, & macOS. In addition to updates to home, privacy, and iCloud Subscriptions. Here’s everyhting that’s new and my thoughts.
Our Apple devices talk to each other in incredible ways. You can start on one device, like your iPhone, and easily transition to a different device, like your Mac. So here are some of the continuity features that connect your Apple devices.
Since the iPad Pro was first released, Apple has tried marketing the iPad as a replacement for your computer. Will you take them up on their offer? Here are some things to think about before you make the move.
Every year the iPhone camera gets a little better. This year’s iPhone 12 is no different. Every year the iPad gets a little faster. The release of the iPad Air 4th Gen is no different. So I put both of these devices to the test. Here’s the result. https://youtu.be/xOm9xyD6eOM But first, a quick vocab lesson:…… Continue reading iPhone 12 and iPad Air Put to the Test
It’s early 2021 and Apple has five distinct iPads rolling off the assembly line with different price points and purposes. But, which one should you pick up?
An iPhone and iPad is the perfect combination of tech for your parents and grandparents. Its touch-friendly interface makes it easy to interact with and, for the most part, everything just works together seamlessly. So, here is a little guide to setting up an iPhone or iPad for the older generation and some features you…… Continue reading iOS For Grandparents
Apps want your location to provide a “better user experience.” There are some apps you want following you and others you don’t. Here is a full rundown of how apps are tracking you in iOS14 and iPadOS14.