If you have had your current iPhone for a few years, your battery might be wearing down. As the battery gets older, it might require more frequent charging, cannot last as long and can shut down unexpectedly.
Apple’s latest iOS update (version 11.3) now enables you to check the health status and determine if it needs replacing. Here is a quick guide to the new feature, along with some hints that can help extend your battery life.
Recently Apple admitted that it was purposefully slowing down older iPhones to conserve battery life. Apple has launched a new program that offers replacement batteries to all eligible customers. Before you head on down to the Apple store to replace your iPhone battery, here are a few things to consider.
A brilliant feature found within the Notes app, after Apple’s iOS 11 update, is the “Document Scanner”. This makes scanning documents such as receipts, documents or any other items onto your iPhone and iPad easy. You can scan a document without having to use a third-party app.
Mobile phones have transformed into an essential product that we always have with us, but tend to not have enough power to last a full day. This can result in us having to always look for a place to charge our phones. Charging at home can also become difficult if you live with other people, and have multiple devices.
There are however plenty of potential strategies one can use to keep your phone charged. Do note that not every strategy will work for everyone, as people use their devices differently due to their needs, along with how much power you use on a daily rate. Here are some tips that should help.
These days when you have multiple website tabs open, it is easy to encounter an annoying auto-play add, but at the same time, we want to be able to listen to video and audio coming from other websites, such as YouTube, Netflix or Spotify. How does one mute one tab without muting the other? The good news is that there are a handful of easy options available.
These days, there is an incredible range of options when it comes to backing up your data, and it’s a good thing to do. How does one choose the right option for your needs? A good starting point is having an external hard drive for those important files. Now comes the tricky part, picking a backup service, such as built-in Windows and MacOS options, to third-party like Google Drive. To give you a better idea of these backup services, here is a quick look for backing up your files.