Use your iPhone’s zoom feature to enlarge the document or screen you’re trying to photograph.
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If you find the Calender App’s views frustrating, you may have missed the all-important list view options.
Do you need to be careful about how much data you use with your iPhone or iPad, either via cellular or Wi-Fi?
In iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, you can open an app directly from the Lock screen, assuming you have certain settings properly configured. Learn more.
Want to use a timer when taking an iPhone photo or manually control the depth of field in Portrait mode? You’ll need to reveal the Camera app’s hidden controls. Read on to find out how to show them—and what they help you do.
Do you love or hate those red badges on your iPhone Home screen icons? Or maybe you’re indifferent and mostly ignore them? Regardless of your opinion, our article explains how to make the most of them—or eliminate them entirely.
Did you know that pressing and holding the side button and one of the volume buttons on an iPhone 8 or later brings up a screen that lets you power your iPhone off, show your medical ID, and invoke Emergency SOS?
Perhaps the most magical feature of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS 12 Monterey is Live Text, which turns words in photos and other images into text you can select and then copy, look up, or translate.
Messages should fall back to SMS, which doesn’t require cellular data, but that doesn’t always happen. The fix? Keep reading:
At its California Streaming event, Apple introduced the new iPhone 13 lineup, the Apple Watch Series 7, a redesigned iPad mini, and an upgraded iPad. Read on for details and our upgrade recommendations: