The iOS Photos app defaults to showing you square thumbnails but you can switch to “Aspect Ratio” thumbnails, which are much more useful.
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.
You have thousands of emails on your iPhone. Use the built-in Search feature to quickly find the one(s) you want.
When you tap “Mailboxes” in iOS Mail you get a list of mailboxes to choose from. That list is customizable. Here’s how you do it.
Are your iPhone’s apps a big mess– disorganized, hard to find? Use the iPhone’s Reset Home Screen Layout command to lay them out A to Z.
iOS 13.1.3 has a bug: you can’t rearrange app icons! Well, actually you can, but you have to know the trick. Here it is.
The iPhone’s built-in Camera app can scan QR codes. No need to download a specialized app for that. For older systems, use the free Qrafter app.
They moved the iPhone’s Level app. It used to be in the Compass app. Now it’s in Measure. Either way, it’s easy and fun to use it.