Entries from General Practice Section tagged with 'IPhone'

Life hack: how to best arrange your iPhone apps, one icon at a time | Technology | The Guardian

Alex Hern Friday 14 July 2017 05.34 EDTLast modified on Friday 14 July 2017 05.36 EDTIn the 10 years since the iPhone launched, I've never really settled on a way to arrange my home screen that I actually like. Folders seem clunky but no folders leaves me...

How to convert an email into a PDF file on an iPhone or iPad - iPhone J.D.

iPhone J.D. is published by Jeff Richardson, an attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana.***Sometimes an email loses its importance shortly after it is sent, such as an email asking you to go to lunch once the afternoon begins.  But other times, it...

Apple Sued for Choosing Not to 'Lock-Out' iPhones Behind the Wheel to Prevent Texting and Driving - Mac Rumors

California resident Julio Ceja is seeking a class action lawsuit against Apple, accusing the company of placing profit before consumer safety by choosing not to implement a lock-out mechanism that would disable an iPhone's functionality when being used behind the wheel by...

The Basics of a Lawyer's Smartphone

By Jim CallowayAt the OBA Annual Meeting, during a discussion about smartphones, an attendee pulled out an old-style flip phone and smiled at us. This happens a lot, although not nearly with the frequency it did several years ago. Sometimes...

How to use voicemail transcripts in iOS 10 on iPhone | iMore

BY LORY GIL ***In iOS 10, Apple has added voice mail transcriptions. The feature is still in early beta stages, meaning that not everything will transcribe as clearly as you may want. But, it works good enough to get the gist of...

iOS 10: The MacStories Review - MacStories

BY FEDERICO VITICCIHere is the most complete review and "how-to" guide to the new iOS 10.  This is a very long article.  It is even available as an e-book for $5.00.  The free version is amply illustrated and very detailed...

Sent From My iPhone: how a humblebrag became a key piece of net etiquette | Technology | The Guardian

Is there a more divisive valediction than the default "Sent From My iPhone" sign-off? When the iPhone first appeared, users were roundly condemned for their thinly veiled humblebrag among the mounting popularity of Apple products.***...the phrase has become an important part of...

IPhone Users Urged to Update Software After Security Flaws Are Found - The New York Times

***Investigators discovered that a company called the NSO Group, an Israeli outfit that sells software that invisibly tracks a target's mobile phone, was responsible for the intrusions. The NSO Group's software can read text messages and emails and track calls...

7 settings new iPad owners should change right now - CNET

by Rick Broida @cheapskateblogNew iPad? It's a pretty easy device to use, but certain aspects can be confusing. For example, if you also have an iPhone, don't be surprised if your new tablet suddenly starts ringing the next time you get a...

Apple Will Now Let You Trade In Your Broken iPhone | TIME

Associated Press Feb. 5, 2016It previously only accepted devices with an intact screen and working buttons(NEW YORK) -- Apple for the first time is accepting banged up iPhones as a trade-in from those wanting to upgrade.Until now, Apple offered credit to...

25 hidden iPhone features that are really, truly hidden | Fox News

By  Zach Epstein  Published January 22, 2016  BGR***Each of the tips that follow below, however, are completely hidden. There is no indication that these functions exist in iOS, and we guarantee that most users don't know about them. In fact, we also guarantee...

How to Enable Wi-Fi Calling on Your iPhone (AT&T) - The Mac Observer

Jeff Gamet @jgamet · +Jeff GametNow that AT&T says it can flip the switch and give iPhone owners Wi-Fi calling, we need to turn it on in our phones. That's easy to do, and assuming AT&T has enabled Wi-Fi calling in your area, lets...

Samsung may be ruining your iPhone 6s' battery life | Cult of Mac

BY BUSTER HEIN • 3:16 PM, OCTOBER 7, 2015***There's no way to tell if you're buying a Samsung A9 processor or a TSMC A9 processor when you purchase your new device online or in stores. However, if you want to know which chip...

What's new in iOS 9 - iPhone J.D.

Jeff Richardson:Yesterday, Apple released iOS 9 for the iPhone and iPad.  It is a solid, free upgrade that adds some great new features.  The new Notes app is particularly nice, with support for inserting pictures, creating checklists (great for a...

Thinking about buying a new iPhone? Read this first. - The Washington Post

Apple's begun taking preorders for the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, and by all accounts, it looks like another record launch. A lot has happened in the wireless industry since the last time Apple released a new iPhone: All four...

How to download the iOS 9 public beta | iMore

***iOS 9 marks the first time Apple has ever released a new version of the iPhone and iPad operating system as a public beta. That means more people than ever before will be able to test it out, try the new...

The iPhone Extension Trick -- MacSparky

David Sparks:Have you got any contacts that have extensions in their phone numbers? If you do, you'll know that adding extension information to your contacts can give your iPhone fits when placing calls. There is, however a trick.Click here to prove...

New iOS 8.3 Features: Speaker Calls With Siri, No Password Required to Download Free Apps - Mac Rumors

With the iOS 8.3 beta 3 installed, users can now ask Siri to make phone calls using the iPhone's speaker. If you ask Siri to "Call [name] on speaker," the call will be made via speakerphone, enhancing Siri's hands-free capabilities....

The all-in-one Apple Watch spreadsheet | The Robservatory

The Robservatory:***Apple will be shipping 38 separate models of watches. There's a gallery page at Apple's site where you can page through all of the watches, and get the details on each specific model. You can also view the watches in the store,...

iWatch reportedly set to debut in September--Gizmag

According to a report from Re/Code, Apple is set to announce its wearable device at its upcoming iPhone event in September. Though invites haven't gone out yet, the same publication previously reported that the event would happen on September 9.Read entire report...

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