A new version of iOS is out — 9.3.2 — and it fixes a small but annoying issue: You can now finally use Night Shift and Low Power Mode simultaneously. Continue reading
If you are business people, you know how important the note is. And all the notes on your iPhone are the only things that you cannot risk losing, especially when the notes are connected to your work. Sad story happens from time to time and you may lose or delete accidentally or by mistake. Continue reading
In addition to releasing software updates across iOS, Mac, and watchOS, Apple today has released an update to iTunes. The update brings iTunes to version 12.4 and includes the design tweaks that were initially rumored earlier this month.
iTunes 12.4 introduces a variety of interface tweaks that Apple says make it easier to navigate the app and switch between different kinds of content. First off, there’s a new media picker that allows users to quickly switch between Music, Movies, TV shows, and more.
Perhaps most notably, there’s a persistent sidebar reminiscent of the old days of iTunes. This interface tweak makes it easier to switch between different categories of content, such as recently added, artists, albums, songs, and genres, Apple says.
The new sidebar also makes it easier to build and adjust Playlists, allowing you to easily drag and drop songs into Playlists. You can also edit the sidebar to show only your preferred views.
As expected, the Menus interface has also been simplified. You can use the View menu to customize your Library or to act on specific items now.
A refreshed version of iTunes has been in the pipeline since Eddy Cue teased it in February of this year, and while this isn’t the major overhaul many people have been hoping for, it’s better than nothing.
You can update to the latest version of iTunes by selecting the “Check for updates” option in the Menu bar. At this point it’s unclear if the update fixes the bug that was causing personal music files to be deleted.
Google’s newest iPhone app is Gboard, a new keyboard released on Thursday that integrates the giant’s search technology into Apple devices. Continue reading
“I recently dropped my iPhone 4s in the toilet and afterwards it failed to turn on. I then transferred the sim card into my old android motorola phone however none of the information is on it like contacts, pictures or music. I want to know if it is possible to get my contacts, pictures and music onto my android phone or onto a new iPhone, and if it is possible how i would be able to do it. Any help whatsoever appreciated.” Continue reading
“I have been using iTunes for backing up my iPhone on my Mac, but have decided to back up to iCloud (for my iPad, too). What do I have to do to get the iPhone data off my mac now?? Thanks!!!” Continue reading
If you are tired of the contacts list with only names and phone numbers, you can put faces to the contacts names, and here I would like to introduce how. Continue reading
Have you noticed that you can only delete the contact one by one with the Contacts app on your iPhone, which is annoying if you have got a group of contacts or all the contacts to wipe out. Continue reading
If your iPhone does not perform well for example, it loads clumsily, gets stuck from time to time and quite apps with no good reason or etc, you may give your iPhone a reset to better the performance and speed it up. Continue reading