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How to tag files in iOS 11 Files app

Organize files by adding tags. iOS 11 comes with the brand new Files app, allowing you to manage your files across the iPad or iCloud storage. But you want to organize your files without moving them to different folders or renaming them, there is another option in Files. You can simply add tags to your files. For example, if you want to group all your pictures of sunsets, you can just create a Sunset tag. Removing the tag won’t affect or delete the files, it just removes the grouping. The good thing is that all tags in iOS 11 Files[…]

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How to disable Touch ID in iOS 11

iOS 11 allows you to temporarily disable touch ID. A new feature in iOS 11, called Emergency SOS, has as a main role to give you a quick access to emergency services such as 911. But you can also use the feature to temporarily disable Touch ID. First, you need to bring up the Emergency SOS: Press the sleep button on your iPhone five times successively. You will see a screen in which you can make an emergency call (SOS) or bring up the Medical ID. Tap the Cancel button at the bottom of the screen. Your Touch ID has[…]

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Fifth iOS 11 beta available for public testers

Apple also released iOS 11 Beta 6 to developers. The company is releasing the next public and developer releases of iOS 11 (BETA). For developers, there is an update to iOS 11 Beta 6, bringing fixes to Direct TV app and the Store. Furthermore, this beta also fixes issues with the family sharing, audio playback and Notes. The previous version had an issue with the backup in Notes, where the app might be deleted and the Pencil suddenly would stop working after the device is rotated. iOS 11 also gets new icons for Maps and App Store, while the toggle[…]

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Fourth public beta of iOS 11 now available to download

Apple releases iOS 11 Beta IV to the general public. iOS public beta testers can now download and install the latest preview release of iOS 11 – Beta 4. It’s available as an OTA update for eligible device, provided that the users have already signed up for the beta program at beta.apple.com. This beta 4 of iOS 11 comes to life two weeks after Beta 3, and at the same time Apple rolls out Bet a 5 to developers. So, what’s included in this preview release? Apart of the usual bug fixes and performance improvements, there are some changes here[…]

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How to disable Read Receipts in the default iOS messaging app

Disable & Enable read messages reports in iMessages. iOS’s default messaging app, iMessages, occasionally prompts you to enable a feature called ‘Send Read Receipts’. Once enabled, the app will notify your contacts when you’ve read their messages. The feature was added to iOS for iPhone, iPad and iPod with iOS 5, and it could be easily disabled and once again enabled from the app settings. You may have a valid reason to hate the read statuses, for example, like wanting to hide your online status from friends. Although it’s an optional feature, you can occasionally enable it from the pop-up[…]

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Many changes in iOS 11 rolling out with the fourth beta

Apple released iOS 11 beta 4 to developers. Apple is rolling out the fourth preview version of iOS 11 to interested developers for testing, and this update comes two weeks after beta 3. iOS 11 beta 4 can be yours from the Developer Center or as an OTA update on some of the supported devices. This beta is expected to reach everyone outside of the developer circle in the coming days. iOS 11 picks some major changes with its fourth beta. There are new icons for apps like Notes, Reminders and Contacts. Additionally, the Notification center now allows you to[…]

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iOS 10.3.3 brings security fixes and improvements

Apple released a new minor iOS version to the general public. Following the release of six beta builds of iOS 10.3.3, Apple finally rolled out the official update to everyone outside of the public testing program. iOS 10.3.3 comes to the market two months after 10.3.2, brining some under the hood performance improvements and security fixes. Among the fixed things in the release is a major vulnerability, connected with Wi-Fi chips included in many devices. Apple is not sharing with us more details about iOS 10.3.3, but it’s always good to install the latest version of the mobile OS and[…]

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First official beta of iOS 11 hits the public testers

Download and install the first test version of iOS 11. The waiting is over, folks! A month after Apple announced the next major iOS update, iOS 11, the company is ready to offer the software actualization to all early adopters – the public testing group. Available for developers from June 5, iOS 11 has now been rolled out to interested beta testers who can sign up for the testing program and receive iOS 11 as an over-the-air update. Here is the link to register as a beta tester.  With iOS 11, Apple further improves the experience with iPhones and iPads,[…]

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iOS 11’s photo and camera improvements detailed in video

Apple to bring major new features to the Camera app. Even though Apple announced the next update of iOS this month, the operating system is still in an early beta stage. However, the company rolled out an early preview to developers who can start playing with the new features and enhance their apps. Fortunately, there are some videos revealing more of the upcoming new features iOS 11. One of the areas with significant improvements is the Camera (and the photo app). Thanks to a video from MacRumors, we can have a look at the most interesting camera & photo enhancements[…]

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iPhone 8 production reportedly began, new renders leaked

The production of components for the three new iPhones has begun. It’s certain that Apple will release three new models in Fall 2017. Two of the iPhones will include LCD display panels, measuring at 4.7 and 5.5 inches across the diagonals, while the top-end iPhone will have OLED and a 5.8-inch display. This information has been confirmed by various sources, so we can consider the 2017 lineup as almost official. But some new reports reveal more interesting details about iPhone 2017. For example, a report at DigiTimes talks about 4.7 and 5.5-inch devices with improved glass chassis and aluminum frames,[…]

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