The 100 Best Tips and Tricks for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

The 100 Best Tips and Tricks for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

…tomize and use Do Not Disturb Reachability is a new feature introduced for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that come with bigger screens to make it easier for one-handed use. Lightly tap twice on the Home button/Touch ID. This will slide the screen down so that you can reach UI elements in the top half more easily with your thumb. It stays in that position for 5-6 seconds giving you enough time to interact. When the screen pans down, it only stays down…

iPhone 8 Plus Review: The Last, Greatest ‘Classic’ iPhone

iPhone 8 Plus Review: The Last, Greatest ‘Classic’ iPhone

…avel hubs and coffee shops, etc. The Lightning port is still around on the iPhone 8 range anyway, ditto the iPhone X, but I’ll bet that it’s history for the iPhone 11 in Autumn 2018. Meaning also that all headphone output will also be wireless, since the current Lightning headphones (supplied here in the box, along with a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter, for hooking up legacy headphones) will also be outdated. Ultra-scary tech changes or Apple shaping…

13 Hidden iPhone Gestures You Should Know About (in GIFs)

13 Hidden iPhone Gestures You Should Know About (in GIFs)

…Phone 6s and higher. Read More: The Complete List of 3D Touch Shortcuts on iPhone For iPhone 6s and higher: Another one of the hidden gems is an old school trackpad hiding behind the keyboard. If you’re using an iPhone 6s or higher, just press deeper anywhere on the keyboard and you’ll see that the keyboard gets a frosted glass cover on it and turns into a trackpad. Now, without lifting your finger, swipe left/right and you’ll move the cursor left…

The Best Productivity Tips for Your iPhone

The Best Productivity Tips for Your iPhone

…first and you’ll save a bajillion milliseconds every year. If you have the iPhone 6s or the iPhone 6s Plus, you can use Siri without ever touching your iPhone. If it’s enabled (from “Settings” -> “General” -> “Siri” -> “Hey Siri”), all you have to do is say out loud “Hey Siri” to start talking to Siri. This is really useful for playing Music when you’re in the kitchen or for setting an alarm at night. Also, in general, you can use Siri to do thing…

Rooting Android vs Jailbreaking iPhone: Which One is Better?

Rooting Android vs Jailbreaking iPhone: Which One is Better?

…ver the last few years. There have been long (and unhealthy) debates among iPhone and Android users as to which is better: a jailbroken iPhone or a rooted Android device. While on surface, both things might seem the same — getting unauthorised access to certain system partitions to tweak files and make the device do what you want — they are actually very different from each other. On paper, rooting an Android smartphone and jailbreaking an iPhone

Top 40 Hidden watchOS 4 Features

Top 40 Hidden watchOS 4 Features

…older and slightly bigger, making it easier to read. Now, when you get two notifications for the same app, you’ll be able to read both of them without going to the Notification Center. Scroll to the bottom of the Watch app and you’ll find a list of Available apps that can be installed on the Watch, with a handy Install button for each of the apps on the list. There’s a new Keypad option in the Phone app so you can dial numbers without adding them…

iOS 9’s battery saving Facedown Detection feature: Everything you need to know

iOS 9’s battery saving Facedown Detection feature: Everything you need to know

…video. The facedown detection feature is available only on the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. If you’ve an iPhone 5, iPhone 5c or iPhone 4S then the facedown detection feature won’t work. These older devices also include ambient light and proximity sensors, but it looks like their sensors don’t have the capability to detect the device is facedown. It also seems to be an iPhone only feature, so it doesn’t support…

The Hidden iOS 10 Features and Changes

The Hidden iOS 10 Features and Changes

…years. Here are the apps you still can’t delete though: Activity, Find my iPhone, Health, News, Wallet. You can now delete many stock applications on your iPhone and re download from the @AppStore. #WWDC2016 pic.twitter.com/cuc44r6jca — Daniel Peters (@PetersDaniel) June 13, 2016 But don’t worry, you can re download the app later as well. They’re all available from the App Store. It’s not exactly hidden but it’s amazing no one’s talking about thi…