Tips

January 15, 2020
You can keep your navigation history a secret in Google Maps on your iPhone by using the new Incognito mode feature. This new way to hide your location history in Google Maps on your iPhone is similar to Incognito mode in Google Chrome, which offers a private browsing window and deletes browsing history when it's closed. This tip will show you how to keep your Google Maps location searches, maps, and navigation history private by using Incognito mode in the iPhone Google Maps app. And what information doesn't get hidden by Google Maps Incognito mode.
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January 04, 2020
Sharing your ETA with a contact using Apple Maps allows you to keep a friend or colleague up to date on your arrival time so that you can focus on driving. To share your ETA, you'll need to select a destination in Apple Maps and begin navigation. Let's dive in with how to share your ETA with a contact using the Maps app on your iPhone.
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December 20, 2019
Sharing pictures from your iPhone can be fun, but that doesn't mean you also want to share the data attached to the photo. Not everyone needs to know where a picture was taken, especially not when it comes to posting your pictures online. Luckily, you can control how and when that data is shared directly from the Photos app. Let's dive in with how to remove your data from the photos you want to share.
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December 16, 2019
Did you know that you can share your real-time location with friends and family right from the Google Maps app on your iPhone? We've already covered how to share and save locations from Apple Maps, but you can also send your location from the Google Maps app, so there's no confusion about meet-up spots when you're out and about. Let's get started!
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October 31, 2019
If you haven't used Apple's Do Not Disturb feature yet, it's a great way to silence notifications from calls, texts, and apps while your iPhone is locked. With iOS 12 and later, DND is now more versatile and useful than ever before with some long-awaited upgrades, including a location-based setting. Learn how to turn on Do Not Disturb for specific places, so your device doesn't start buzzing and beeping just when you need it to be quiet. 
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October 12, 2019
When you share your location with iMessage, you can quickly tell a contact where you are so that you can find each other more easily. To share your location, you'll need to open the contact's information inside the message thread and select Send My Location. Here's everything you need to know to send and share your location over iMessage.
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July 28, 2017
A cool feature in the Photos app is the geolocation tool. With it, you can organize your photos by looking at them on a map. Let’s say you took a trip to Mexico. You can look at the map, which will show your photos in all the places you took them. Then you can look at Mexico, tap on your photos, and see all the pictures from your trip. Here’s how to view photos by location on a map with iPhone or iPad.
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May 12, 2017
Having a difficult time remembering where that picture from your spontaneous trip to the beach was taken? Or at what time you captured that beautiful sunset? The great thing about geotagging on iPhone is that you’ll never be left wondering when or where a particular photo was taken again—but for many, that might not be such a good thing. If revealing your location is a concern, you can easily turn this feature off. Here’s how to keep your camera from tracking your location on iPhone.
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May 04, 2017
You can find your lost AirPods, AirPods (2nd Generation), or Airpods Pro the same way you find a lost iPhone. Apple decided to soothe the fears of AirPod owners with a simple but smart solution: the Find My app (which used to be called Find My iPhone). In the same way that you use Find My to locate your iPhone (even if its battery has died), iPad, Apple Watch, or Mac computer, you can find your AirPods now too. Whether you lose one on your morning run and need to figure out where you dropped it or you simply can’t locate your AirPods in your messy house, here’s how to find your AirPods using your iPhone.
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March 14, 2017
With Find My iPhone, you don’t have to worry as much about losing your phone. Here’s how to set up and use Find My iPhone. It’s easy to set up, and once it's enabled, you will be able to see the location of all your devices right there on the map view. You can even take steps to locate your iPhone if it's dead or offline. The best part of Find My iPhone is being able to see where your iPhone, iPad, and Mac are from any of your devices. That means if you've lost your iPhone, you can find its location from your computer. 
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July 27, 2016
You might lose your iPhone or iPad, but Find My iPhone pretty much guarantees you’ll always at least know generally where it is, whether you left it at a friend’s house or at the bar (I did this once. Luckily my iPad was still there when I returned.) But what if you misplace your iPhone within your house and just can’t seem to find it anywhere? You can also use Find My iPhone to make your iPhone ping. You can do this from icloud.com or from a family member’s iPhone or iPad, if they are on the same Family Sharing plan as you. Either way, here’s how to use Find My iPhone to find iPhones misplaced in the house.
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July 16, 2016
For some, the  frequent locations tracking feature on iPhone is just a little too big brother. Essentially, your iPhone tracks where you go, and if there is a location you visit often enough, it marks it as a frequent location. Your iPhone uses this feature to predict where you live and work, then give you automatic routing information when you get into your car to drive there. But if this feature is just a little too creepy for your liking, here’s how to turn off Frequent Locations on your iPhone.
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October 23, 2015
Apple's free Find My Friends app allows you to track the location of friends and family members who have given you permission. The feature probably works best for keeping track of teenagers running around town, and Siri is happy to help you locate them.
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September 23, 2015
Siri, you've changed! With the update to iOS 9, Siri's been supercharged, and one of the personal assistant's new skills is the ability to search Photos by the time or place they were taken. 
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August 10, 2015
In iOS 10, there are now two ways Siri makes app suggestions on the Lock screen. The first is the Siri app suggestions that appear in the Widget pane. The second are the time and location-based app suggestions that appear in the lower left corner of the Lock screen in the same place app icons appear when you’re using Handoff. If you don’t appreciate this feature, it’s easy to turn off app suggestions.
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