The Best iOS 11 ARKit Apps for iPhone and iPad You Should Try

Posted on September 20, 2017 by Khamosh Pathak.
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iOS 11 brings ARKit to hundreds of millions of iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches across the world. And you don’t even need the latest iPhone for this. ARKit apps will run smoothly even on an iPhone SE. Continue reading

Top 25 iOS 11 Tips and Tricks for iPhone and iPad

Posted on September 19, 2017 by Khamosh Pathak.
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iOS 11 is a revolutionary update for the iPad. But on the iPhone, it’s filled with smaller features. If you’ve upgraded to iOS 11 and are looking for all the ways you can use the new iOS 11 features to get most out of your device, just follow the list of our iOS 11 tips and tricks. Continue reading

25 Secret iOS 11 Features And Quick Guide on How to Use Them

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In many ways, iOS 11 is a master of disguise. It has to walk the tough line of adding new and interesting features every single year, without adding bloat to the OS. And iOS does this by adding features that just aren’t in your face. They’ll just work in the background, or the options will be buried in the Settings. Continue reading

Here Are the 25 New iOS 11 Settings You Should Know About

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iOS 11 is one of those behind the scenes update. You’ll find big sweeping changes on the iPad. But on the iPhone, they’re much more subtle. There are new technologies under the hood. And new features like Do Not Disturb While Driving or QR Code scanning that only get a mention in the Settings app. Continue reading

How to Use Flashlight on Your iPad Pro in iOS 11

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The iPad Pros have had an LED flash for a year now. In fact, every single iPad Pro on the market has a LED Flash. But iOS hasn’t added support for the flashlight feature for iPads. That changes with iOS 11. Continue reading

How to Use New Lock Screen and Notification Center on iPhone and iPad in iOS 11

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iOS 11 brings another update to the Lock screen and Notification Center. Apple has decided to merge Lock screen and Notification Center into a single entity called the Cover Sheet. Continue reading

How to Use The New iPad Multitasking Features in iOS 11 (in GIFs)

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iOS 11 brings the one thing iPad pro users have been asking for the past two years. A better, faster multitasking system. iOS 11 has an entirely new method for using Split View on the iPad. Here’s how to use the new feature. Continue reading

How To Share iCloud Drive Files in iOS 11 from iPhone and iPad

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iOS 11 switches out the old iCloud Drive app for a brand new Files app. Files app brings native file management system for files on your device and the one’s stores in cloud storage services like iCloud Drive, Dropbox and more. Files app is way better than iCloud Drive app from iOS 10. One of the new features in the app is the ability to share and collaborate on files stored in iCloud Drive. Continue reading

How to Use New Features in iOS 11 Photos App on iPhone and iPad

Posted on September 18, 2017 by Khamosh Pathak.
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The cameras on the new iPhones are amazing. And Apple is always pushing the boundaries using software. From Portrait mode to Live Photos to automatically generated Memories movies. In iOS 11, Apple is integrating new technologies in the Photos app for all the major features. Continue reading

How to Use New Features in iOS 11 Messages App on iPhone and iPad

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iOS 10 brought us a whole new iMessage App Store. It’s been a year and while the iMessage App Store is filled with some amazing sticker packs, it hasn’t exactly revolutionized how we use apps. So in iOS 11, Apple is trying once again to improve the experience. It’s not faster and simpler to actually use and organize iMessage apps. Continue reading

How to Temporarily Disable Touch ID on iPhone in iOS 11

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In the last iOS release, Apple added an Emergency SOS feature. When you tapped on the power button 5 times, it gave you an option to contact emergency services. This is a great feature for when you’re injured or you have a problem where you need to quickly contact the authorities. In iOS 11, Apple has made a slight change as to how a part of this feature works. Continue reading

How to Use iOS 11’s New Do Not Disturb While Driving Mode to Stay Safe on the Road

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Texting while driving is a deadly affair. There’s no disputing the fact. And anything we can do to reduce distractions while driving, the better. And until we’re all using self-driving cars, that means putting the phone away. Apple has used its CarPlay system to help us out a bit. Now, with Do Not Disturb while Driving Feature in iOS 11, they’re taking it a step further. Continue reading

How to Use the New iOS 11 Files App on iPhone and iPad

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iOS 11 finally adds a file management app to iOS. After 10 years of iOS, the new Files app brings user exposed file system to the iPhone and iPad. And of course, in true Apple sense, this is done in a totally private manner. No system files are accessible by the user. Continue reading

How to Use Drag and Drop on iPad in iOS 11 (in GIFs)

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iOS 11 brings systemwide drag and drop functionality to the iPad. If you can touch it, you can probably drag it. You can drag any kind of content, text, links and even files between different apps. This works across apps and with multiple files (including multiple file types). Continue reading

How to Use the New iOS 11 App Store on iPhone and iPad

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In iOS 11, the App Store has been completely redesigned. It features a design language similar to the Apple Music app. Complete with huge headers, bold titles, vibrant colors and big visuals. Continue reading

How to Translate Using Siri on iPhone and iPad in iOS 11

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There’s no shortage of translation apps on the App Store. You can even use Google Translate in Safari browser to get the job done. But in iOS 11, you can just ask Siri to translate a phrase for you. Continue reading

How to Use Tags and Favorites To Organize Documents in iOS 11 Files App

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iOS 11’s Files app is a solid foundation for a powerful file management app for iPhone and iPad. While it’s not quite as powerful as Finder on macOS, you’ll find all your basic organization features here. And if you’re going to be using multiple cloud services in the Files app, there are two features that will help you quickly organize important files so they’re easy to get back to in near future – Tags and Favorites. Continue reading

How to Disable Notification Previews for All Apps on iPhone and iPad in iOS 11

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It’s a bit ironic that we’ll do everything to make sure our phone is as secure as possible, but leave out our Lock screen notifications for everyone to see. We’ll use everything from using Touch ID to using encrypted chats. But we don’t bat an eye when messages from your contacts show up on the Lock screen where anyone who’s around you can view them, without unlocking your phone. Continue reading

How to Use the New iOS 11 Podcasts App on iPhone and iPad

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The Podcasts app in iOS 11 has been redesigned. One the face of it, the Apple Music inspired design doesn’t instill much confidence. But the new app is a breath of fresh air and brings a much-needed visual update. It’s now much easier to add and listen to podcasts. Plus, the new Podcasts app will even recommend you a couple of podcasts as it learns your taste. Continue reading

How Disable Annoying App Store Rating Prompts on iPhone and iPad in iOS 11

Posted on September 17, 2017 by Khamosh Pathak.
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Over the past couple of months, Apple has taken some swift measures to make sure that you’re not bombarded by app review popups all the time. In iOS 10.3, Apple started asking developers to use their own official pop-up for asking for reviews. And they set some strict guidelines on how often an app was allowed to do that. Now, in iOS 11, Apple is letting users opt out of the entire process. Continue reading