Tag Archives: iPad

How to listen to audiobooks in Apple Books on iPhone and iPad

You might not have time to read, but you might have time to listen. If you’ve got a long commute or spend a lot of time gardening, then audiobooks are a good way to make your time more productive. Apple doesn’t provide a separate audiobooks app. Everything you need is in the Apple Books app. And just like… Read More »

Everything new in iOS 12 beta 2 for iPhone and iPad

Apple seeded beta 2 just two weeks after iOS 12 debuted onstage at WWDC 2018. This major update for iPhone and iPad has new Memoji characters, digital health features, Group FaceTime, redesigned notifications and a whole lot more. So far, AppleInsider has been able to track down a total of 150 new features. As far as what has changed since the original… Read More »

How to Identify and Remove Unnecessary Apps on Your iPhone and iPad

With so many paid-for and free apps available on the App Store these days, it’s easy to reach a point where you have so many of them on your iPhone or iPad that a sizable proportion are simply forgotten about, and soon storage space starts to become an issue. Fortunately, there’s an easy way that you can keep… Read More »

How to install custom fonts on your iPhone or iPad

You can add any typeface to the apps on your iPhone or iPad. Photo: Charlie Sorrel/Cult of Mac Most of use just use the fonts that come supplied with the iOS apps we use every day. If you use Pages, you get a ton of built-in typeface options. But what if you use a notes app by a… Read More »

A single unicode symbol can crash iPhone, iPad and Mac apps

Apple’s been in the headlines over the past few months, for all of the wrong reasons. According to TechCrunch, their PR losing streak isn’t going to stop any time soon. TechCrunch reports that an IOS software development house has discovered that two unicode symbols, when inputted into a number of popular iOS apps, will cause the apps to crash.… Read More »

Top 5 Paid iPhone and iPad Apps Gone FREE Today – Limited Time Only

These are the top five paid iPhone and iPad apps that have gone free today. This is a limited time offer so hurry up if you wish to bag some of these apps for yourself. Download 5 Paid iOS Apps Absolutely FREE Today Before you go ahead, also check out our list from yesterday. There are apps that are… Read More »

Alto’s Odyssey now available on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV

Sequel to the hit title Alto’s Adventure, Alto’s Odyssey is now available in the App Store ($4.99) for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV … a day earlier than planned. The game went up for preorder earlier this month with a Feb 22nd date, but it’s definitely downloadable right now. I’ve been testing the game for the last few weeks and it… Read More »

iOS 11 Brings Improved Dock and Multitasking to iPad: How to Get Started

HIGHLIGHTS iOS 11 lets you open any two apps side-by-side These apps are grouped, you can quickly switch between them The Dock has received a complete makeover too iOS 11 brings in lots of productivity oriented tweaks and the multitasking related features are chief among these. Apple has made it much easier to multitask on an iPad with iOS 11, and it has… Read More »

iOS 11 and iPad Pro: The Laptop Replacement You’ve Been Waiting For?

HIGHLIGHTS iOS 11 adds lots of great features for iPad The iPad Pro 10.5-inch works very well with iOS 11 Multitasking is now much better thanks to the OS iOS 11 is a big step forward for the iPhone, but many of its biggest new features are reserved for the iPad. In our review of the iPad Pro 10.5-inch, we mentioned that it’s an… Read More »

Apple Sold 46.7 Million iPhone Units and 10.3 Million iPad Units Last Quarter

Apple Inc on Thursday reported better-than-expected earnings and offered a rosy forecast for the holiday shopping season, allaying investor concerns about production delays on the new iPhone X and demonstrating remarkable strength across its growing line of products and services. The stellar earnings report came just as the iPhone X went on sale Friday morning in Australia. Long lines were forming… Read More »