Thursday, September 21, 2017

How To Completely Disable Wi-Fi And Bluetooth On iOS 11 Device

Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 0 Comments


With iOS 11 release, Apple has changed the way Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggles behave in revamped Control Center, causing some user confusion in the process, so we'll show you how to completely disable Wifi on iOS 11 and Bluetooth. Follow easy steps below to learn how to do it correctly.

How To Completely Disable Wi-Fi On iOS 11


To fully turn of the Wi-Fi radio in your iOS 11 device, do the following:

Step 1) Launch the Settings app on your iOS11 iPhone or iPad.

Step 2) Touch Wi-Fi in the list.

Step 3) Slide the Wi-Fi toggle to the OFF position.

This will completely disable Wifi on iOS 11.

You will no longer be able to connect to any Wi-Fi networks unless you toggle Wi-Fi back on through Settings or in Control Center. Toggling Wi-Fi on also re-enable the Auto-Join feature for any nearby Wi-Fi networks.


How To Completely Disable Bluetooth On iOS 11


To fully turn off the Bluetooth radio in your device, follow steps below:

Step 1) Launch the Settings app on your iOS 11 iPhone or iPad.

Step 2) Touch Bluetooth in the list.

Step 3) Slide the Bluetooth toggle to the OFF position.


This will completely disable the Bluetooth radio in your mobile device.

You will no longer be able to connect to your Apple Watch, AirPods or other Bluetooth accessories unless you toggle Bluetooth back on through Settings or in Control Center. Toggling Bluetooth on will re-connect your device to some of the previously connected accessories, like Apple Watch.

iOS 11 update comes equipped with new features for the iPad and new core frameworks for the iPhone. For iPads, iOS 11 is more of an overhaul. The software now better supports multitasking so you can more easily bring two apps into split-screen mode, or even add a third now. iPad also get few Apple Pencil improvements, together with a new markup feature that’s utilized throughout the system for amending notes in the Notes app and even highlighting things on captured screenshots.

On the iPhone, most of the changes are under the hood. iOS 11 unifies Lock screen and Notification Center, finally introduces a new Control Center. Apple added a new option to an Emergency SOS feature and much more.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Public iOS 11 Download Links For Compatible iDevices

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - 0 Comments

In this post you'll find public iOS 11 download links to update your device to the latest Apple's software release. This update is equipped with new features for the iPad and new core frameworks for the iPhone. The software update is currently available to all users and can be downloaded over-the-air in the Settings app, and by plugging your device into iTunes for a manual update.


For iPads, iOS 11 is more of an overhaul. The software now better supports multitasking so you can more easily bring two apps into split-screen mode, or even add a third now. iPad also get few Apple Pencil improvements, together with a new markup feature that’s utilized throughout the system for amending notes in the Notes app and even highlighting things on captured screenshots.

On the iPhone, most of the changes are under the hood. Many developers have been playing around with ARKit, Apple’s new augmented reality framework. It is now much easier to create AR-enabled apps, with iOS doing the heavy lifting. You can expect a lot of augmented reality apps and features in the App Store.

iOS 11also unifies Lock screen and Notification Center, finally introduces a new Control Center. Apple added a new option to an Emergency SOS feature. Now from Emergency SOS screen, you’ll be able to hit a button that turns off Touch ID and brings back your passcode screen. Touch ID won’t start working again until you enter the passcode.

There is literally tons and tons of new features throughout the platform, as well as a bulk of smaller refinements and enhancements. And by keeping your iPhone up-to-date, you get all latest security updates and performance improvements.

So here are public iOS 11 download links for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch to directly install the release. Before you start be sure to back up all of your personal data to keep them safe.

iOS 11 (iPod touch 6G): iPodtouch_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw

iOS 11 (iPad Air Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Air Cellular): iPad_64bit_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Mini 2 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Mini 2 Cellular): iPad_64bit_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Air China): iPad_64bit_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Mini 2 China): iPad_64bit_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Mini 3 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_TouchID_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Mini 3 Cellular): iPad_64bit_TouchID_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Mini 3 China): iPad_64bit_TouchID_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_TouchID_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Air 2 Cellular): iPad_64bit_TouchID_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Mini 4 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_TouchID_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Mini 4 Cellular): iPad_64bit_TouchID_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Pro Wi-Fi): iPadPro_12.9_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Pro Cellular): iPadPro_12.9_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Pro 9.7 Wi-Fi): iPadPro_9.7_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Pro 9.7 Cellular): iPadPro_9.7_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Pro 12.9 Wi-Fi 2nd Gen): iPad_Pro_HFR_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Pro 12.9 Cellular 2nd Gen): iPad_Pro_HFR_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPad Pro 10.5 Wi-Fi): iPad_Pro_HFR_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw


iOS 11 (iPad Pro 10.5 Cellular): iPad_Pro_HFR_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw

iOS 11 (iPhone 5s GSM+CDMA): iPhone_4.0_64bit_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPhone 6 Plus): iPhone_5.5_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPhone 7 GSM+CDMA): iPhone_7_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPhone 7+ GSM+CDMA): iPhone_7Plus_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPhone 7 GSM): iPhone_7_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw
iOS 11 (iPhone 7+ GSM): iPhone_7Plus_11.0_15A372_Restore.ipsw




Tuesday, September 19, 2017

How To Temporarily Disable Touch ID On iOS 11 iPhone

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - 0 Comments

Reading this post you'll learn how to temporarily disable Touch ID in iOS 11. As you may know with the last iOS software version release, Apple added an Emergency SOS feature. When you clicked on the power button five times, it gave you an option to contact emergency services. This is a very useful feature for when you’re injured or you have a problem where you need to quickly contact the authorities. In iOS 11, Apple has made a slight change as to how a part of this feature works.


Now from this Emergency SOS screen, you’ll be able to press a button that disables Touch ID and brings back your passcode screen. Touch ID won’t start working again until you type in the passcode.
This new enhancement Apple brought to increase your iOS device security. If you’re worried about someone forcefully authenticating your phone using your fingerprint, just quickly follow the steps below and Touch ID will be turned off.

How To Temporarily Turn Off Touch ID In iOS 11


Step 1: On your iOS 11 iPhone, push the Sleep/Wake (Power) button 5 times in succession.


Step 2: Here, you’ll get a screen similar to the Power Off screen. You’ll be presented with options to call Emergency services, viewing Medical ID, or Cancel.


Step 3: Either slide the Emergency SOS option or click on Cancel. Touch ID will be disabled immediately.


This is how to temporarily disable Touch ID on your iOS 11iPhone. Remember you need to type in the passcode in order to make Touch ID work again. 

iOS 11 is the latest Apple's software update that brings a bulk of various new features and improvements. iOS 11 unifies Lock screen and Notification Center, finally introduces a new Control Center, and brings major and minor redesigns for different stock apps.

Monday, September 18, 2017

How To Disable Notification Previews For All Apps On iOS 11 iPhone

Monday, September 18, 2017 - 0 Comments

With the release of the new software update Apple made it possible to disable notification previews for all apps in iOS 11. This is useful feature for the people who are always concerned about the privacy of their messages or notifications. If you wish to offer some curtain to your personal messages, check this quick tutorial below to turn off notification previews in iOS 11 on your iPhone.

A similar feature is already available as part of the existing iOS 10 software we use today, although in its current form it only appears to be something that can be altered for the stock Messages app for incoming SMS and iMessages. 


Overall, iOS 11’s new notification system merges Lock screen and Notification Center into a single system called Cover Sheet. Some of its new smaller features are actually really great and useful.

With iOS 11 introduction Apple show off the possibility to turn off notification message preview for every single app on your iPhone, with just one tap. Now, you’ll still be notified, but no personal information will be visible on the Lock screen. Here is a how to disable notification previews for all apps in iOS 11.

How to Disable Notification Message Previews In iOS 11


Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your iOS 11 device and click on Notifications.


Step 2: Scroll down and click on Show Previews.


Step 3: You'll be presented with two options: When Unlocked or Never.


If you don’t want to see notification preview in the Cover Sheet no matter if the device is unlocked or not, select Never option. But if you want to see notification previews in the Cover Sheet once you’ve unlocked the phone, click on When Unlocked.

During Apple's September 2017 event Apple presented its new iPhone line up together with new iPhone X. All the new device will come to public equipped with iOS 11 that brings a host of new features and enhancements.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

iPhone X Release Date Is Apple's September 2017 Event

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 - 0 Comments

iPhone X release date 2017 is today. Apple has just revealed its new iPhone model called iPhone X(or iPhone 10). The iPhone 8 have just been introduced, but all eyes are on its swankier sibling, the iPhone X. Though it was announced alongside the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which are iterative improvements over the iPhone 7/7 Plus, the iPhone X is something else entirely and could potentially be the iPhone we’ve been waiting for.

At the pictures below you can see how stunning iPhone X look:

iPhone X features list:

  • Design: 143.6mm x 70.9mm x 7.7mm, 174g, Glass on front and back – surgical grade stainless steel frame, water-resistant IP67, no Home button, available in black and silver colors
  • Screen: 5.8-inch HDR OLED edge-to-edge display, 2436 x 1125 pixel resolution (458ppi)
  • Camera: Dual 12-megapixel camera, f/1.8 and f/2.4 aperture, Dual Optical Image Stabilisation, Faster Image Signal Processor (ISP), Portrait Mode on front and rear camera
  • Specs: Apple A11 Bionic 6-core SoC with Apple GPU, Face ID, Stereo speakers, Fast-charge capable (50% charge in 30 minutes), Wireless charging, iOS 11


The iPhone X starts at $999 and comes in 64GB and 256GB flavors. That means this is the most expensive iPhone we’ve ever seen. Pre-orders will begin on October 27, with the phone actually launching on November 3. So the actual iPhone X release date 2017 is November 3. 


All iPhone model that were introduced during Apple's September 2017 event including iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus come equipped with iOS 11, the new version of iOS. It's an especially big upgrade for the iPad, which can be considered a laptop replacement (for some people) thanks to revamped iOS multitasking. Both the iPad and iPhone get a much-needed Control Center reorganization, too. Apple Pay will support peer-to-peer money transfer and there are new camera modes, Siri is smarter, and a lot more.

Apple Releases iPhone 8 During September 2017 Event

Today during iPhone 8 release event Apple has introduced its brand new smartphones lineup. With a glass front and back, the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus sure look stunning. Apple has managed to redesign every aspect of the handsets while still retaining that familiar iPhone-like design with its latest handsets.

Apple's September 2017 iPhone Event is definitely big event especially for those people who were eagerly waiting for the new iPhone release. If you want to ogle at the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus from every angle possible, check out the official photos of the handsets in the photo gallery below.


The iPhone 8 is essentially the iPhone 7S, as it's more of an incremental upgrade from 2016's iPhone 7 – although there is a new glass design, improved display, updated camera and more power under the hood and more.


Here are the short list of iPhone 8 specs:
  • Glass rear, aluminum frame, water and dust resistant
  • Similar look to the iPhone 7, with bezels and home button
  • 4.7-inch Retina HD display
  • Brand new A11 Bionic chipset
  • GPU provides 70% faster graphics over iPhone 7
  • 12MP rear-facing camera
  • 4K video at 60fps, 1080p slo-mo video at 240fps
  • Wireless charging support

During the Apple's September 2017 iPhone event the company also presented its another new smartphone called iPhone X. The handset features an OLED edge-to-edge to display and several other advanced features.

All the upcoming device will be equipped with the iOS 11. This software update brings a host of useful features and improvements. iOS 11 unifies lock screen and Notification Center, finally introduces a new Control Center, and brings major and minor redesigns for various stock apps. There’s an overarching design change in iOS 11 as well. Apple will release iOS 11 to public on September, 19.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

How To Enable AirDrop From Control Center And Use It On iOS 11 iPhone

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 - 0 Comments

With the release of Apple's next software version Apple made it possible to enable AirDrop on iOS 11 iPhone from Control Center. During its 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2017), Apple unveiled a new Control Center for iOS 11. Although it looks a bit overwhelming at first, the Control Center still has all of the same features and functionality.


But in this new design, some features have ended up reshuffled. For example, if you swipe up from the bottom of the screen to launch the Control Center, you won’t see the trusty AirDrop toggle anywhere. It’s there. It’s just hidden behind a new widget that’s entirely dedicated to toggles. Here’s how you can enable AirDrop on iOS 11 iPhone.


How To Enable AirDrop From Control Center On iOS 11 iPhone


Step 1: On the iOS 11 device swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the new Control Center.


Step 2: On the top-left corner you’ll see a box filled with the toggles for things like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. If you have an iPhone 6s or higher, 3D Touch anywhere on that widget. If you have an older iPhone that doesn’t equiiped with 3D Touch features, tap and hold on that widget instead.


Step 3: The widget will expanded. Find the AirDrop toggle in the bottom-left side.


Step 4: Click on the AirDrop toggle and you’ll get to another pop up that will have the three options: Receiving Off, Contacts Only, and Everyone. Make your choice and you’ll be back to the Control Center screen.


How To Enable AirDrop From Settings In iOS 11 


Seeing as the Control Center option for AirDrop is kind of hidden, iOS 11 also has an official AirDrop section in Settings.

Step 1: Launch the Settings app.


Step 2: Click on General option.


Step 3: Pick AirDrop option. From here you’ll be able to switch between the three options.


How To Automatically Answer Phone Calls On iOS 11 iPhone

The next Apple software update brings the host of new features and enhancements, it also lets automatically answer phone calls in iOS 11. This can be a cellular call or a VoIP call from apps like WhatsApp or Skype. Here is short review about this hidden feature and how you can use it.


If you update your device to iOS 11 you can setup auto answer feature. If you’re the kind of person who always needs to pick up your phone when you’re at work, or when you’re in the car, you can enable this feature. Alternatively, you can turn this on when you have open office hours at work.

How To Automatically Answer Phone Calls On iPhone


Step 1: Launch the Settings app on iOS 11 device.


Step 2: Click on General, then Accessibility.


Step 3: Select Call Audio Routing.


Step 4: From the bottom, pick Auto-Answer Calls option.


Step 5: Click on the toggle at the top to enable it.


Step 6: Lastly pick the duration after which the call will be answered automatically. By default, it’s at 3 seconds. But you can select anything between 0 and 60 seconds.

To make sure that auto answer feature isn’t abused by strangers calling you, use to along with Do Not Disturb feature. You need to set up setting so that you only receive calls from your Favorite contacts, which will be answered automatically after a set time. To do this visit Settings and click on Do Not Disturb. Then enable Do Not Disturb. Lastly click on Allow Calls From and select Favorites. Now, you’ll only receive calls from your Favorites list, which will be answered automatically.

Except the ability to automatically answer phone calls in iOS 11 the next software release comes with other useful enhancements including redesigned Control Center, Siri will sound more natural, screenshots and screen recording, peer-to-peer Apple Pay payments, improved Notes app, Venmo-style Apple Pay payments, a hidden "Dark mode", Do Not Disturb for driving and more.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

How To Reduce iPhone’s Data Usage On iOS 11 iPhone

Wednesday, September 6, 2017 - 0 Comments

With the next iOS major update release Apple offers new way to reduce iPhone’s data usage in iOS 11. Background App Refresh feature in iOS makes sure that when you open Facebook or Twitter, your feed is already refreshed. It’s the feature that lets applications run and download data in the background. But behind the positive side of this feature there is one negative. Depending on the app, this could end up causing problems.


For the last couple of years, disabling background refresh has been a safe way to improve battery life, reduce data usage and for some apps like Facebook and Uber, to stay secure.

Up to iOS 10 Background App Refresh used to be a simple switch. On or off. With iOS 11 release Apple make it possible to decide if you want to enable the feature only when you’re on Wi-Fi or when you’re on Cellular as well.

It means that from now you can end up saving cellular data and battery life when you’re out and about.


How to Disable Background App Refresh on Cellular On iOS 11 iPhone


Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your iOS 11 iPhone.


Step 2: From General section, pick Background App Refresh option.


Step 3: Here, click on Background App Refresh once more.



Step 4: On the next screen you’ll be presented with three options: Off, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi & Cellular. As we want to stop background app refresh when on cellular, switch to the Wi-Fi option. 

It is possible to disable Background App Refresh for individual apps.

The only method of disabling background app refresh for specific apps still works. This is the best option or serious offenders like Facebook.

From the Background App Refresh section in General, find the app inquisition and click on the toggle next to it to disable Background App Refresh.


Except the way to reduce iPhone’s data usage in iOS 11 Apple brings the host of new features to iOS devices including redesigned App Store, unified Notification Center, Do Not Disturb while driving, Live Photos editing and more.

Monday, September 4, 2017

How To Disable Auto Brightness On iOS 11 iPhone

Monday, September 4, 2017 - 0 Comments


In this post we'll show you how to quickly disable Auto Brightness on iOS 11 iPhone. Auto-Brightness is a highly user-friendly feature that automatically adjusts the brightness of your iPhone by particular environments. 

The ability to seamlessly fine-tune the brightness enables it to extend the battery life of your device. In the latest iOS version, it no longer resides in its usual place under Display & Brightness section. 
Auto Brightness in iOS 11 is turned on by default. Follow this quick guide to disable Auto-Brightness in iOS 11 on your iPhone to improve your viewing experience.

Removing the suspense, Auto-Brightness has now become the part of Accessibility suit. Despite being such an effective feature, it isn't able to perform up to the mark all the time or regulate the screen correctly as per ambiance. Therefore, you may want to have more control over it.

 How To Disable Auto Brightness On iPhone In iOS 11


But at the same time, it’s possible that auto brightness feature on your iPhone or iPad isn’t working out well. Or maybe, you like to control the brightness level yourself. In such case, we'll show you how to disable Auto Brightness on iOS 11 iPhone.

Step 1: Launch Settings on your iOS 11 device and navigate to General.


Step 2: Click on Accessibility.


Step 3: From here, pick Display Accommodations option.


Step 4: From here, turn off Auto-Brightness.


iOS 11 is the next major software update that is expected to be released in Sept. 13. It's an especially big upgrade for the iPad, which can be considered a laptop replacement thanks to revamped iOS multitasking. Here are iOS 11's major new features and improvements:
 
  • Redesigned Control Center
  • Siri will sound more natural 
  • Screenshots and screen recording
  • Peer-to-peer Apple Pay payments
  • Drag-and-drop from app to app
  • Notes is a lot more useful
  • Easily free up storage
  • Venmo-style Apple Pay payments
  • There's a hidden "Dark mode" 
  • Do Not Disturb for driving 
  • A file management system


Friday, September 1, 2017

How To Edit Live Photos On iOS 11 iPhone

Friday, September 1, 2017 - 0 Comments

Reading our post you'll learn how to edit Live Photos on iOS 11 iPhone with ease. Live Photos not just a traditional photo but that gives little alive emotion with sound before and after you capture a photo. While Live Photos is amazing addition, but Apple didn't let us somehow customize them till iOS 11.


In iOS 11, Apple has brought a few new enhancements that allows you to edit and Live Photos on iPhone. Now it is possible add few new effects, mute audio, trim the clip and switch to a different key frame. 

How to Edit Live Photos in iOS 11


Step 1: Launch the Photos app on your iOS 11 device and find the Live Photo you want to edit. 

Step 2: Next, you have to tap the Edit button.


You’ll be taken to the editing screen. Here you can use such options:

Mute: Launch Photos App, next open a Live Photos, then Edit and finally tap on Sound.


Trim: You’ll find the familiar seek strip in the bottom, that displays a preview of all the still images. Click on it and two yellow arrows will appear at both ends. Tap and hold on an arrow and move it in. These are beginning and end points for the clip. Once you’re satisfied with the starting and end points, hit Done button to save the clip.

Key Frame: Open the Photos app from your iPhone Home screen. Choose the Live Photo which you want to edit. Tap the Edit button. Now, on the scrubber that appears at bottom of the screen, you have to select the frame which you want to set as the new Key Photo. Tap Done and save the change.


Live: In order to remove the “live” part of the Live Photo you need to hit the yellow Live button, that is located at the top of the screen.


Standard Editing and Markup: The standing editing and markup features for Live Photos are still available. Open the Photos App then Select a Live Photo and tap Edit. Click on the More option. You will get a pop-up on the screen says Live Photo Will be turned off and edits will apply to see the still photo only. Now tap Markup and use all available functions free of cost.

Now you know how to edit Live Photos on iOS 11 iPhone. Enjoy!

Friday, August 25, 2017

How To Enable And Use iPhone Camera Level Tool In iOS 11

Friday, August 25, 2017 - 0 Comments

Reading this post you'll learn how to enable iPhone Camera Level tool in iOS 11. Apple's upcoming iOS 11 update, designed for the iPhone and the iPad, brings improvements to the way you capture, edit, and view photos on Apple's latest devices. Portrait Mode photos are better than ever, there are new ways to manipulate Live Photos, and photos and videos take up less space. iOS 11 has also an impressive Camera Level tool that’s hidden in settings. 

How To Enable Secret iPhone Camera Level Tool In iOS 11



This new Camera Level tool feature is integrated into the Grid feature. So to use it you’ll need to enable it from Settings first. The feature allows you to figure out if your subject is perfectly leveled against the background. This will help you take symmetrical and perfectly centered photos. So follow easy steps below on how to enable and use Camera Level tool feature.

Step 1: On your iOS 11 device launch the Settings app from the Home screen.

Step 2: Then, scroll down and tap on Camera.


Step 3: From here, turn on the Grid option.


How To Use Camera Level Tool In iOS 11


Note: At present this feature works in Photo, Timelapse, Portrait and Square mode. and doesn't support Video and Paranoiac modes.

Step 1. Launch the Camera app on your iPhone.

Step 2. Check out the 9 box grid overlaid on the camera. You will also see a couple of crosshairs in the middle of the screen. They look like plus icon (+). Next, you need to move the camera to perfectly align these two plus icons.


Step 3. When the plus icons are right on top of each other, they become a bit bold and turn yellow. That suggests that the photo is parallel with the ground.


As soon as you find them turning yellow, hit the shutter button to snap the photo!

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