iOS 7 has a way to track which apps are eating your cellular data, so it's much easier to avoid costly overages with your provider. You can even prevent the worst offenders from accessing cellular data completely if you have to! In this tip, we'll tell you how to see what you've used and how to track what's going on.
It's great that the iPhone 5 gives you anywhere access to the Internet, but unfortunately most people have limited cellular data caps. That means apps that love to hog your data connection can push you dangerously close too, or even over, your monthly limit. Good thing iOS 7 lets you block apps from using your cell data connection. Read on to learn how.
Just because the display on your iPhone is sharp doesn't mean your eyes are, too.Sure, you can enable bold text to help make words easier to read, but if that isn't cutting if for you, iOS 7 lets you increase text size, too. It's easy and we'll show you how.
If you've ever had to go through the tedious process of comparing differences between two folders to figure out which files were missing from one, then this tip's for you. There's a much better, faster way to handle that task, and you don't have to download a darned thing to do so. In this Quick Tip, Melissa Holt'll fill you in.
The social networking service Twitter recently changed how Direct Messages work so that people you aren't following can send you private messages. Odds are you really don't want that, so it's a good idea to make sure the setting is disabled. Luckily, it's easy to find, and we'll show you how.
iOS 7's Control Center is a great because it gives you quick access to all kinds of commonly used settings and, well, controls. Some of those controls also give you quick access to the apps they remotely run, including music playback. Read on to learn how.
Using the iPhone 5s to take slo-mo movies is tons of fun, but you may have noticed that the first and last parts of the videos you take play at regular speed. Bummer, right? No! Fortunately, you can set which section plays in slo-mo, so you're not stuck with the default. In this tip, we'll tell you how you can adjust things to your liking.
The Maps app in iOS 7 will do its best to get you from place to place with its built-in navigation feature, and it can show you driving or walking directions. Maps assumes you're in your car, but what if you usually walk? No problem; just change the default from driving directions to walking. Read on to learn how.
The iPhone 5s has a cool feature in the Camera app that lets you capture slow motion video, and it works really well. What doesn't work so well -- or at least isn't very obvious -- is how to get that slo-mo video off of your iPhone. Read on to learn how.
Turn-by-turn navigation in Apple's Maps app on the iPhone is a great feature, but changing the volume so you can better hear those directions hasn't been exactly an easy process -- at least it wasn't until iOS 7. Now changing the voice volume for Maps navigation is fairly simple. Read on and Michael Johnston will show you how.
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