iOS 7 is fairly new, and there are still cool tricks here and there that we come across by messing around with it. Here’s one that lets you change the direction of your panoramic photos. It’s actually quite easy. Panoramic Photos iPhone 1) Open your iPhone’s camera and enable panoramic mode. Do this by swiping […]
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iPhone users might want to set up custom vibration patterns for specific callers. This allows you to know who’s calling without having to check your phone.
Did you know iOS 7 has a bubble level tool? Well it does. It’s hidden within the compass app, but you can access it fairly easily. Here’s how to find it.
In iOS 7, a lot of features have been moved around, and some folks are wondering where their iCloud tabs are in Safari for iPhone. Here’s how to find them.
iOS 7 takes some getting used to as features you’ve used in previous versions are located in different spots. Here’s how to find Spotlight and other commands.
Control Center in iOS 7 is convenient. But if you’re playing a game or using other apps, and keep bringing it up inadvertently, it can be disabled.
iOS 7 adds a bit more movement to the old interface. New is the dynamic wallpaper. It’s an animated background designed to add just a little flavor to your iPhone’s home screen.
The Parallax effect in iOS 7 makes the Home Screen look somewhat 3D by letting the app icons float over the wallpaper when tilting the iPhone. Here’s how to disable it if you’re not a fan.
Someone asked me about this one yesterday. iOS 7 likes to automatically set up a passcode lock. I use one on my iPhone, but I don’t really need it on my iPad. Here’s how to change that.
It’s nice to be able to retire at 57 and a heck of a lot of money. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will do just that, the company has announced.
The jerkiest way to breakup with someone is over the phone, or worse yet, via a text message. Well, if you can’t muster the courage to do the deed, there’s an app for that.
If you have your iOS device set up exactly how you want it right now, back it up and archive it in iTunes so you can always restore to it if you need to.
Are you sick of seeing annoying posts about the “royal baby” or other topics on Facebook and Twitter? Here’s a handy extension for Chrome that will block it.
If you use Facebook for iOS and like to upload videos to Facebook, it’s not set to record at the greatest quality. Change it to HD quality recording for the popular social network.