Trusted relationships sometimes disintegrate, occasionally in ugly ways that could endanger your safety. If that happens, you want to make sure to disable whatever sharing you had with such a person. Even if you aren’t worried about your safety in this regard, it’s worth reading the guide and revisiting your settings to make sure you’re sharing only with intended people.
iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 came out a few months ago, but Apple has been busy since with feature-laden updates. Here’s what you may have missed in the 14.1, 14.2, and 14.3 updates.
We get this question all the time. Suppose you have an older iPhone or iPad, especially one with only 16 GB of storage. It’s possible that you won’t have enough space to upgrade to iOS 14. We've got a tip that should fix the problem.
Our phones may seem to be cameras, but they’re really computers, and software updates like iOS 14 can provide new camera capabilities, even with existing iPhone hardware. Here’s what to look for:
Have a safer 2021 with New Year’s resolutions that will help you secure your devices, avoid email and text scams, and stay safe from malware, as well as benefit from the security and ease-of-use of password managers, which can even fill in passwords for iPhone apps.
Facebook has revised parts of its often confusing interface. We recommend you take this opportunity to review your privacy settings to make sure they’re keeping your data private, both from other users and from Facebook itself.
A welcome new feature in iOS 14 is the App Library, which finally lets us focus our Home screens on just the apps we actually use regularly. Learn all that you can do with the App Library.