The Low Power Mode setting on iPhone and iPad is a feature that helps conserve battery life and keep your device running longer.
The Alexa app can be downloaded on your iPhone and used with or without an Amazon smart speaker.
Parents of kids with Apple devices have many options for parental controls, including choosing what apps they can buy and what sites they can visit.
You can change the background on your iPhone's home and lock screens to any photo in your image gallery. Here's how to do it.
App Tracking Transparency (ATT) forces apps on Apple devices to ask your permission before tracking your activity across other apps and websites.
You can back up messages on an iPhone to your iCloud account, or sync messages from your iPhone to your Mac.
You can easily schedule an Uber ride days or weeks in advance so you're prepared for an upcoming trip.
You can rotate a video on your iPhone or iPad using the crop tool in the Photos app.
You can lock apps on an iPhone with a passcode-protected time limit in Screen Time. Here's how to do it.
You can edit videos on your iPhone or iPad using the default Photos app or a more advanced app like iMovie.
You can enable cookies on an iPhone with a few taps to help personalize and streamline your web browsing experience. Here's how to do it.
You can change nearly any app icon on your iPhone or iPad using the Shortcuts app, and then hide the original icons in your App Library.
You can add apps to your Apple Watch directly through the Watch's App Store, or through your iPhone's Watch app.
You can organize apps on your iPhone by moving them around, putting them into folders, and sending them to the App Library.
You can set a "default" music player on your iPhone, which Siri will use when asked to play a song, album, book, or podcast.
You can delete apps from your iPhone on the Home Screen, or hide them in your App Library with iOS 14.
With iOS14, you can hide photos on your iPhone by adding them to a hidden album in the Photos app and then hiding that album.