iOS 10.3.3 is probably the last iOS update before iOS 11 gets released. Not too exciting, but definitely worth the download.
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Today Apple released iOS 10.3.2 for iPhone and iPad. Let’s review the release notes and see what was fixed and if you should upgrade your device or wait.
The big change with iOS 10.3 is the new file system: APFS. But there are other improvements worth checking out, too.
Cheaper than an iCloud storage upgrade and more versatile than hooking up a cable to your PC—this slick expansion drive is worth a look.
This minor update to the iPad and iPhone operating systems includes security fixes and performance improvements. Read more for details.
Taking a screenshot on your iPhone or iPad is extremely useful for a million different reasons. Good news is, it’s also simple! Here’s how to do it.
iOS 10 widgets are a handy way to get information from your apps at a glance. You can get even more out of your widgets by rearranging, adding, and removing widgets.
For me, clearing your browser cache from time to time is just good hygiene especially when you consider how easy it is to track people who visit your website. Let’s review the steps for Safari on the iPhone and iPad.
Clearing the mobile Google Chrome browser data regularly keep things clean and optimizes your device for better performance and security. Here’s how to do it.
If you hate the bloated, restrictive environment of iTunes, then WinX MediaTrans is a speedy alternative that’s worth a try.
Apple iOS 9.3.2 was released this week and it’s packed full of security fixes you should be aware of. I’ve reviewed all the details along with my recommendation on installing or skipping the update.
Apple’s new version of its mobile operating system, iOS 9.3, comes packed new features. One of the more touted features is dubbed Night Shift.
Over is a simple yet powerful creative app for adding beautiful artistic elements to your images on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, Here’s a look.
A passcode for your iPhone or iPad is only four digits by default. Make your device more secure by using a strong alphanumeric passcode instead.