The iOS Photos app defaults to showing you square thumbnails but you can switch to “Aspect Ratio” thumbnails, which are much more useful.
If your iPhone uses Face ID, turning it off is way harder than turning it on. The “off” procedure is completely different than what you do to turn it on. Here’s what to do.
Sometimes you want to take the scenic route. Siri will give it to you, if you ask. With Siri, you never know what will work, so if it doesn’t work, try changing up your phrasing.
Here’s how you adjust Mail’s list view on your iPhone and iPad. Show more messages, or more content– it’s up to you, and it’s easy too!
Your iPhone has a built-in calculator and it’s really useful. Here are five tips that make it even more useful.
Your subscriptions can be seen all in one place on your iPhone. Here’s how to cancel a subscription and effectively post-date it.
If you have more than one email address you need to set a default mail account so the iPhone knows which one to use. Here’s how to do it.
How can you find the setting you need out of the thousands on the iPhone? This article describes four methods.
You have thousands of emails on your iPhone. Use the built-in Search feature to quickly find the one(s) you want.