Category: iPod Touch

Which iPhone Models Support iOS 14

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iOS 14 will be available in the fall for compatible iPhone and iPod touch models. Of course, this leads many users to wonder if their iPhone will support iOS 14 when it comes out.

To make this easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of all iPhones that will be capable of running iOS 14 when it comes out. The list is fairly inclusive, so if you’ve purchased an iPhone in the past few years, you should be good to go. In addition to all the iPhones, there’s also one iPod Touch model that supports iOS 14, if you still have one of those lying around. And of…

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How to Install iOS 14 Developer Beta on iPhone

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Apple showcased the redesigned iOS 14 to the world during their first all-online WWDC event and it’s already available for download as a beta for developers. If you’re an Apple developer yourself, you might want to stay up to date on Apple’s latest and greatest software and install iOS 14 dev beta onto your iPhone or iPod touch.

It’s worth noting that you’ll need to be part of the Apple Developer Program that costs $99 annually for a membership. However, if you’re already capable of publishing apps in the App Store, it means that you’re part of…

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How to See Accounts & Passwords on iPhone & iPad

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iPhone and iPad feature a built-in password management tool called iCloud Keychain, it stores online account information and automatically fills out log-in details, credit card information, address info, Wi-Fi passwords, and more.

If you use iCloud Keychain, you might want to know where all the stored account information is located on your iPhone or iPad.

If you are interested in viewing all the account data Keychain has collected since you started using it on your device, read on. In this article, we’ll be discussing how you can see your saved accounts,…

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How to Block Websites in Safari on iPhone & iPad with iOS 13

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Do you want to restrict access for certain websites on an iPhones & iPads? Thanks to the Screen Time feature, this is very much possible and fairly simple to set up, so whether you want to block websites on your own device, a childs, family members, or another device, it’s easily possible.

Screen Time allows iOS and iPadOS users to keep an eye on their smartphone usage as well as offers a lot of parental control tools to restrict the content that children and other family members are able to access. The ability to block specific websites is one such parental…

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How to Crop Video on iPhone & iPad the Easy Way

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Cropping videos is easier than ever on iPhone and iPad, and you can now perform video crops directly from Photos app without using iMovie as was necessary in prior iOS versions.

Until now, iPhone and iPad users had to rely on iMovie or third-party apps that are available on the App Store in order to fine-tune framing and cropping of video clips that they recorded. Now thanks to the modern releases of iOS and iPadOS, you can simply use the video editor that’s baked into the Photos app for any sort of tweaking and cropping of videos. So if you recorded a video…

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How to Save Credit Card Info in Safari on iPhone & iPad

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Did you know that you can save credit card info into Safari to make quick purchases from iPhone or iPad? If you are you tired of filling out your credit card details every time you make an online purchase, this excellent autofill credit card feature is for you as it allows for quick access to credit card payment info in Safari on iPad and iPhone.

Safari, the default web browser that’s included with iOS, ipadOS, and macOS devices, is fully capable of securely storing your credit card information and automatically filling it whenever required for online…

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How to Update iPhone Driver on Windows PC

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Is your iPhone not being detected by Windows? Maybe you’re trying to access an iPhone or iPad for transferring photos to the PC or to sync with iTunes and music on the computer? If you’re on Windows and your iPhone or iPad device isn’t recognized by the software when it’s connected with a USB to Lightning cable, read on as you’ll learn a few possibilities as to why this happens, and also we’ll show you how you can update the iPhone driver on a Windows PC.

Note an undetected iPhone in Windows could be due to various factors. You might want to observe…

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How to Use Search on iPhone & iPad with Spotlight

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Do you have many apps, files, emails, messages, contacts, and other data on the iPhone or iPad that you wish you could easily search through? It can be a challenge to scroll through all the home screen pages, contact lists, notes, emails, messages, and other stuff to find what you’re looking for on iOS and iPadOS, but there’s an easier way. This is exactly where Spotlight search comes in handy.

Spotlight is a powerful system-wide search feature that’s available on Apple’s iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices like the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. It helps users find…

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How to Fix “This app is no longer shared with you” Error on iPhone & iPad

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Some iPhone and iPad users have discovered a curious “This app is no longer shared with you” error message when trying to use some apps own their devices. For some users the error is apparently random, but for others it is showing up after updating apps, or after updating their system software to iOS 13.5, iPadOS 13.5 and iOS 12.4.7.

The error message appears as a pop-up dialog when attempting to use the app, and then trying to use the App Store to correct the problem fails, resulting in an endless loop and an unusable application.

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How to Access “Updates” in App Store for iPhone & iPad from Home Screen

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If you find the new way of updating apps in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 to be too slow or too many steps, there’s a faster way to access the Updates section of the App Store on iPhone and iPad, and you can jump directly to app Updates from the Home Screen.

This article will show you how to access Updates in App Store on iPhone and iPad directly from Home Screen on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 and later.

How to Use “Updates” in App Store on iPhone / iPad with iOS 13 / iPadOS from Home Screen

  1. Locate the App Store application on your iPhone or iPad home screen, then tap…

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