If you have a passcode on your iOS device, you can disable some of Apple’s core features from working on your lock screen. Go to Settings > General > Passcode Lock and you can stop […]
In iOS 6, Apple added options next to the ‘slide to answer’ bar to silence a call and automatically reply with a custom text message. But if a caller blocked their number, the call screen won’t […]
If you double tap the home button while your iPhone is off, it brings up the music controls – this is nothing new. However, in iOS 6.1, Apple updated the style of the controls and […]
Tap the location marker in Apple Maps on iOS and it will pinpoint you. Tap it again and you’ll enter a compass mode that rotates the map based on the direction you (or, to be […]
iOS 6 has gotten smarter with a whole bunch of common grammar hangups, one being it’s and its. If you begin a sentence with ‘its’, iOS 6 will automatically add an apostrophe because people usually […]
Apple released iOS 6.1 on Monday, January 28 2013 and added a number of changes. One undocumented change is new player controls on the lock screen. The back, play/pause, and forward buttons are now smaller, […]
If you print a document from any app, you can open the App Switcher (double-tap the Home button) to see the Print Center. It’s basically a hidden app that only appears while documents are still […]
Previous versions of iOS use the noun “Definition” to invoke the dictionary. This has been changed to “Define”, which makes a bit more sense semantically. Thanks Scot J!