iOS 13 developer beta 2 adds bug fixes, improvements and more to your iPhone. These fixes and updates include SMB and APFS file transfers in Files, Screen Time Downtime mirroring from iPhone to Apple Watch, Picture In Picture on tvOS and many more awesome changes in iOS 13 beta 2. Let’s jump into the details about this update. Continue reading iOS 13 Beta 2 Released to Developers
Korean news firm The Elec reports that the successor of the iPhone XR will have a slightly larger battery than the current iPhone XR. Although this may still make the iPhone XR the longest-lasting iPhone in terms of battery life, we have to see what this change has to do with the battery’s longevity.
MacRumors got themselves hands-on with the rumored iPhone XI case with the current iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. These prototype cases came from case manufacturers who pitched in with Apple suppliers to get design information about the next iPhones. They consist of the cases for iPhone XI, iPhone XI Max and the successor of iPhone XR. Let’s take a look at these cases that suggest the next design of the iPhone. Continue reading iPhone XI Prototype Cases Gives A Perspective on the Next iPhone
Apple released the public version of iOS 12.3.2. This iOS version is released a month after iOS 12.3, which is the last major version of iOS 12. Here are the bug fixes and changes you need to know about this update. Continue reading iOS 12.3.2 Released for iPhone 8 Plus Pertaining to Portrait Mode Issues
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iOS 13 extends the battery life of an iPhone with its new feature. This feature is called Optimized Battery Charging, a step forward to the existing iPhone Battery Health feature. Here’s what we know about this great iOS feature. Continue reading Extend your iPhone’s battery life in iOS 13 beta with Optimized Battery Charging
You recently brought an iPhone XS to replace your 2-year-old iPhone 7. Then you started up your new iPhone and connected your iPhone to the Internet. Now you are in the next step, which is a few choices to choose how you should set up your iPhone. They depict of setting up your iPhone as “new”, restore via an iCloud or iTunes backup, use Move to iOS from an Android device and Quick Start from iOS devices. You don’t want to wait over an hour to get your iPhone 7 to back up and then restore your new iPhone from there, so you chose Quick Start. Here are the directions you need to jumpstart your new iPhone in less than 5-15 minutes! Continue reading How to Use Quick Start on the iPhone