January 23, 2016
3D Touch mainly utilizes two functions: Quick Actions and Peek & Pop. We’ve covered using Quick Actions to quickly take a selfie, but did you know 3D Touch allows you to preview photos as well? Instead of leaving the Camera app and entering the Photos app, you can use Peek & Pop for a quick preview.
January 21, 2016
iPhone Proactive suggestions are really helpful sometimes. If you often invite the same group of people to meetings or events, or if you often email the same group of people, your iPhone will make it easy to continue to do so. Both the Calendar and Email app will provide suggestions when you begin to add commonly grouped contacts.
January 20, 2016
Emojis, those tiny text message symbols of things like hearts and smiley faces, add personality and convey tone in text messages. There are two ways to add iPhone emojis to your text messages: using the emoji keyboard and using predictive text. Both methods require you to have the iPhone emoji keyboard enabled. Once you've done this, you'll be able to choose from a huge array of emojis, including the popular heart emoji, shrug emoji, facepalm emoji, and even clown emoji! We've already gone over how to turn off iPhone emoji and how to make Memoji and Animoji stickers. Now, here's how to add emojis to text messages with the emoji keyboard. 
January 19, 2016
Apple has placed what it thinks are the most useful apps in the Dock of the iPad and iPhone, where they are accessible on every Home screen. If your most useful apps aren't in the Dock, you can easily move them there! Read on to learn how to move apps into or out of the Dock on your iPhone or iPad.
January 18, 2016
There are likely occasions when you're listening to a playlist or to shuffled music, or listening to Apple Music, and you hear an artist you like — and you want more. At that very moment you want to listen to more from the album or to hear more from that particular artist. Siri is here to help.
January 17, 2016
Deleting books from Kindle, whether your Kindle device, app, or cloud, isn’t nearly as straightforward as I’d like it to be. Permanently deleting books from Kindle or Kindle Cloud is possible but not obvious; mostly, I think, because Amazon doesn’t want you to accidentally delete a book you’ve purchased. Often, when people want to delete a book from Kindle, what they’re really trying to do is delete the book from their Kindle device or remove it from the Kindle app on iPhone or iPad. But they usually want to keep the Amazon e-book in the Kindle Cloud, since they bought it. There are a lot of different ways to remove or delete Kindle books and a few different places from which you might want to remove or delete them. So we’re going to cover how to delete books from Kindle devices, as well as how to remove books from the Kindle app on iPhone or iPad, and how to permanently delete books from your Kindle Cloud.
January 15, 2016
You need space on your phone and quickly! So you delete a few (or a few hundred!) photos. However, that doesn’t seem to give you space. That’s because your deleted photos go into your Recently Deleted folder. This folder saves your deleted photos up to 30 days after you delete them, so they’re still stored on your device and taking up storage. Luckily, it’s really easy to delete those pesky photos. Here’s how to do it.
January 14, 2016
The iBooks app for iPhone is a great way to collect and read your favorite books or pdfs. The iBooks store has the latest in e-reading across all genres. However, if you’re an avid user of iBooks, it’s easy to lose track of which books you’ve read and how many you haven’t. iBooks doesn’t let you filter by read and unread, but you can create collections to organize your reading list.
January 13, 2016
There are a lot of different iPhone and iPad settings, and with each new version of iOS, the list grows. Luckily, Apple realized the possibilities were starting to be overwhelming and added a search bar in the Settings app back when it released iOS 9. I’ve found this particularly useful when I don’t know exactly what I’m looking for, but I know what it pertains to. 
January 11, 2016
When Apple announced iOS 9, I got really excited about the forthcoming News app. And now that I'm using it regularly, I feel my excitement was warranted. Plus, I like the snappy and seamless manner in which one can toggle between the overview of the news and a specific story. And I recently learned there's an even easier way to return to the overview, as well as to read the next story without going to the overview.