Articles about iOS (page 3)

iOS 14 Could Introduce Built-In Translation For Safari
One of the features we reckon is missing from Safari for iOS devices is a translation tool. This means that when browsing a website in another language, you won’t be able to translate it on the spot. However, according to a report from 9to5Mac, that could change in iOS 14 as Safari could be gaining a new translation feature.

Facebook Will Now Let Users Delete Their Posts In Bulk
If you’ve been using Facebook for many years, chances are you might have amassed a bunch of posts dating back several years. Safe to say that many of us have made posts that we might cringe when we look back at them today, but the problem is if you want to delete those posts, you would need to do so one-by-one.

iOS 14 Will Support All Devices That Run iOS 13
With every iOS update, Apple introduces improvements to the operating system along with a bunch of new features. Clearly users do not want to miss out on this, and the good news is that if you own a device that is capable of running iOS 13, it seems that you will also be eligible for the iOS 14 update.

How To Scan Documents With Your Phone
Need to quickly scan a document to send to someone but don’t have a scanner? Not to worry because this guide will show you how you can use your phone to scan documents and clean them up.

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How To Use An External Drive With The iPad
Looking for a way to offload photos from your iPad to an external hard drive? Or are you looking to access files from an external drive on your iPad? If you are, then this guide will be worth checking out.

Apple Could Replace Messages On Mac With The Version Designed For iOS Devices
Apple has in the past denied that they would be merging iOS and macOS together. However, what the company has done is that they have created a development tool known as Mac Catalyst that would make it easier for developers to port iOS apps onto the Mac, thus creating some kind unified app ecosystem.

WhatsApp Testing Using QR Codes To Add New Contacts
In the latest beta for WhatsApp, it appears that the company is now testing out a new feature for adding contacts where you can simply scan a QR code to add them to your WhatsApp contacts list. This is versus before where you would need to add the person’s phone number to your phone’s contact list before you could start chatting with them on WhatsApp.

Apple And Google’s COVID-19 Exposure Notification API Is Now Available On iOS And Android
Earlier this year, Apple and Google announced that they would be working together on developing a COVID-19 contact tracing system. Dubbed Exposure Notifications, if you have an iOS or Android device, you might be interested to learn that the API is now available in the latest update to both operating systems.

How To Use A Mouse With The iPad
Thanks to iOS 13, Apple has finally allowed users to use a mouse with the iPad, but it isn’t quite as straightforward as you think. However, if you were to follow our guide, we’ll take you through the simple steps needed to get you all setup.

How To Post Longer Videos Onto Instagram Stories
Instagram’s Stories feature is a fun and quick way of sharing temporary videos, but the drawback is that its video length is limited, but this guide will show you how to post longer videos onto your Instagram Stories.

WHO To Develop COVID-19 Contact Tracing App For Countries That Aren’t Making Their Own
There are several countries around the world who are developing COVID-19 contacting tracing apps and services of their own. This is done to better help identify people who have the disease and to see who they might have come into contact with, which in turn better allows health officials to get a handle on the situation faster.

iOS 13.5 Will Automatically Share User Medical Information During Emergency Calls
Sometimes during a medical emergency, you might not have the time or the capability to provide relevant medical information to first responders, such as allergies to certain medications, history of health issues, what kind of meds you are on, and so on, but Apple is hoping to change that.

Twitter Is Looking To Test A Think-Before-You-Tweet Feature
Earlier this year, Twitter’s CEO pretty much shut down the idea of introducing an edit button to tweets. This is because Twitter doesn’t want to remove the spontaneity behind tweets, but it looks like the company is testing out something that will at the very least give users pause before they post their thoughts to the internet.

Microsoft Outlook For iOS Finally Lets Users Ignore Conversations
When sending emails to multiple users at once, it is more common than not that you’ll end up getting pinged by the same email the entire day as users hit “reply all”. This can be distracting and sometimes can derail your productivity, but the good news for iOS users is that you will now be able to ignore all that chatter.