Yesterday we learned how to customize Control Center in iOS. Now we’re going back to the same area to use the iOS magnifying glass.
Andrew explains how to customize Control Center to give you fast access to tools like camera, Wallet, calculator, and more.
iOS 12 improves gesture consistency, at least a little, and one of the places you’ll see that is in Control Center on the iPad. Here’s how the new gesture works.
You can’t enable your VPN service from Control Center in iOS 11. That seems like a feature begging to happen.
It turns out you can use your iPhone as a HomePod remote.
If you use the built-in Notes app on your iPhone, then this Quick Tip will be right up your alley. With iOS 11, you can access your notes right from your lock screen, eliminating the need to unlock your device to start jotting down your thoughts. We’ve got the details!
You may know that you can use your Apple Watch to locate your iPhone, but did you know that you can make your phone flash its LED, too? In today’s Quick Tip, we’ve got the details on just how you can do so!
With Reachability on the iPhone X, accessing Control Center is easier than you think. Come read this Quick Tip and find out how to use this one-handed Accessibility feature to bring everything closer to you!
Apple jumbled up gestures for the iPhone X, so now there’s a new way to access Control Center.
The “Magnifier” feature on iOS has been around for a while, but now you can add it to Control Center for quick access. We’ll show you how to do that (and why you’d want to!) in today’s Quick Tip.
Tim Cook continues to raise his profile, tweeting more publicity photos of his visits to lots of places, including a Normandy war cemetery. Bryan and Jeff reexamine the idea that Mr. Cook may be thinking of political office. They also talk about Dow Jones’s brief flirtation with publishing fake news about Apple, and how Apple has changed the way on/off buttons work in iOS.
Apple changed how Airplane Mode works on your iPhone and iPad in iOS 11 that could be a little confusing.
Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Butts join Jeff Gamet to share their reactions to iTunes 12.6.3 and the App Store, look at the EFF’s take on iOS 11’s Control Center settings, and offer their condolences for AOL Instat Messenger.
The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggles in the iOS 11 Control Center are confusing and the EFF says that’s a big security risk.
This is probably one of Jeff Butts’s favorite new features in iOS 11, since it lets him set up Control Center exactly the way that best suits how he uses his iPhone.
Too many buttons, you might say, but each one in the watchOS 4 Control Center serves a very important purpose.
Dave Hamilton and Jeff Butts join Jeff Gamet to explain how Wi-Fi and Bluetooth settings work in iOS 11’s Control Center, plus Mr. B has a few complaints about ARKit.
Believe me, I’m just as surprised as you’re going to be at this change in how the controls affect your connectivity.
There are two ways; Jeff Butts thinks one is much easier, but walks you through both methods anyways.
While quite a few folks bemoaned yet another change to the Control Center in iOS 11, Jeff Butts has grown to love its flexibility, modularity, and ability to make life with the iPhone or iPad even more productive.