Category: iPadOS

How to Watch 4k YouTube Videos on iPhone & iPad

Go to OSX Daily to read How to Watch 4k YouTube Videos on iPhone & iPad

Do you want to watch YouTube videos in 4K resolution on your iPhone and iPad? If you have one of the supported iPhone models, you can watch full 4K high resolution videos on YouTube.

Previously, the resolution for the videos played in the YouTube app capped at 1080p HD even if it was uploaded in 4K. Sure, the current iPhone and iPad flagships don’t have displays that are 4K resolution, but they’re still higher than Full HD and support HDR. With iOS 14 and later, Apple has unlocked 4K playback for YouTube by adding support for Google’s VP9 codec.

How to…

Read more: How to Watch 4k YouTube Videos on iPhone & iPad

How to Use Attention Mode in Translate on iPhone

Go to OSX Daily to read How to Use Attention Mode in Translate on iPhone

Have you been using the new built-in Translate app to communicate with people who speak a different language? If so, you may be excited to learn about the hidden Attention Mode feature that the app has to offer.

Attention mode helps the other person to be able to read the translated text on your phone easily. So, if you’re interested in trying this out for yourself, read on to learn how you can use this particular feature on your iPhone.

How to Use Attention Mode in Translate App

Translate app is only available on iPhones running iOS 14 or later, and iPads…

Read more: How to Use Attention Mode in Translate on iPhone

Problems with iOS 15? Troubleshooting iOS 15 / iPadOS 15 Issues

Go to OSX Daily to read Problems with iOS 15? Troubleshooting iOS 15 / iPadOS 15 Issues

Experiencing a problem with iOS 15 on iPhone or iPadOS 15 on iPad? Having a hard time installing the update, or maybe the device is misbehaving after installing the update?

If you’re one of the people who is experiencing difficulties after updating to iOS 15 or iPadOS 15, read along to help troubleshoot the problem. Whether it’s battery issues, general sluggish performance, problems with installing or updating to iOS 15, wi-fi and networking problems after the update, issues with apps, amongst other problems, you’re probably not alone, this article aims to…

Read more: Problems with iOS 15? Troubleshooting iOS 15 / iPadOS 15 Issues

10 of the Biggest Annoyances in iOS 15 (and How to Fix Them)

Read full article:
at LifeHacker

iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 are solid updates to the iPhone and iPad. Yes, there’s not a whole lot going on this year, and we’re still waiting on features like SharePlay and Universal Control, but this is the year of small, stable updates. That said, every year Apple tends to add some features that are less than ideal, and…

Read more…

Read full article:
at LifeHacker

The 8 Best Features of iPadOS 15 You’ll Actually Use

Go to OSX Daily to read The 8 Best Features of iPadOS 15 You’ll Actually Use

The iPad has gained some interesting new refinements, features, and capabilities with iPadOS 15. From placing widgets anywhere on the Home Screen, to Quick Notes, Low Power Mode, and new multitasking functionalities, you’ll have some unique iPad specific features to check out.

We’re going to focus on some iPadOS 15 features that you’re most likely to use and appreciate.

And of course, iPad users of iPadOS 15 also have basically all of the features for iOS 15 available to them as well, since iPadOS is essentially iOS rebranded for iPad with a few…

Read more: The 8 Best Features of iPadOS 15 You’ll Actually Use

How to Leave iOS 15 Beta & iPadOS 15 Beta Programs

Go to OSX Daily to read How to Leave iOS 15 Beta & iPadOS 15 Beta Programs

Many of the more casual users who beta tested iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 on their iPhone and iPad may wish to remove the beta updates from their devices, and leave the beta program. And now that the final versions of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 are available, perhaps you’re no longer interested in the new beta builds of 15.1 etc.

By leaving the iOS/iPadOS beta program, you will no longer receive beta updates on that device, instead you’ll get the final stable versions that the general public gets.

So, want to leave the iOS/iPadOS 15 beta program and stop getting the beta…

Read more: How to Leave iOS 15 Beta & iPadOS 15 Beta Programs

15 of the Best iOS 15 Features to Try Now

Go to OSX Daily to read 15 of the Best iOS 15 Features to Try Now

iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 are finally here, and if you’re interested in knowing what some of the best new features are for iPhone and iPad, we’ve got you covered. So update your device if you haven’t already, and then read along to try out some of the handiest new tricks.

On the surface level, the latest iteration isn’t a visual overhaul, but it brings many functional additions and changes that most users will certainly appreciate. You’ll come across these changes as you use different apps like FaceTime, Safari, Notes, iCloud, and more.

15 of the Best iOS…

Read more: 15 of the Best iOS 15 Features to Try Now

How to Replace a Lost Recovery Key for Apple ID with iPhone or iPad

Go to OSX Daily to read How to Replace a Lost Recovery Key for Apple ID with iPhone or iPad

Apple reintroduced the Recovery Key security feature in modern iOS and iPadOS versions that may come in handy for resetting your Apple ID password. Recovery Key acts as an extra layer of security for your Apple account just in case you forget your password, and lose access to your trusted device. But what happens if you need a new recovery key for your Apple ID?

Although resetting an Apple ID password is a pretty simple task in most cases, things could get super complicated and frustrating if you don’t have access to the device you’re already signed into….

Read more: How to Replace a Lost Recovery Key for Apple ID with iPhone or iPad

How to Use Settings Navigation History on iPhone & iPad

Go to OSX Daily to read How to Use Settings Navigation History on iPhone & iPad

If you frequently fiddle around with the Settings app on iPhone or iPad, you may find yourself buried deep in some obscure settings, and perhaps you don’t quite remember how you got there, or where the particular Settings are in relation to a general Settings hierarchy. Fortunately with modern iOS and iPadOS versions, there’s a little known Settings navigation feature that you can access, which sort of works like a long press on a web browser back button that pulls up your browsing history.

As you navigate through the iOS menu and go further in settings,…

Read more: How to Use Settings Navigation History on iPhone & iPad