Double tap shift key on onscreen keyboard to activate “Caps Lock”

Have you ever wanted to type in all capital letters when typing on your iOS device? Well, there is a simple way to activate do it. Simply double tap the shift button whenever you are typing to activate caps lock. The shift button will turn remain white and a line will appear below the arrow, letting you know that you are in caps lock mode. Simply tap the shift key again to deactivate caps lock. Easy as that!

Two 3D Touch tips for selecting text in iOS 9

3D Touch brings a whole new dimension of interaction to the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Yes, you can use 3D Touch to interact with app icons on the home screen and inside apps that have been updated to support the feature, but did you know you can also use it in some really useful ways when dealing with text system-wide in iOS? Here are two quick tips for using 3D Touch on your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus for selecting text. 1. Use 3D Touch to turn your keyboard into a trackpad. When composing an iMessage, writing Continue Reading →

How to Add Smiley Face Icons with Emoji Keyboard Toggle on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

Have you ever wondered how to send emoji from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch? Over the years, more and more of these colorful little symbols have been added to Apple’s devices. In fact, there are so many icons now that you might even be able to carry on an entire conversation with no text and just icons! With some basic setup, you can have easy access to the Emoji Icons Keyboard by using the keyboard toggle. You can even add additional keyboards beyond the default and the Emoji Keyboard. It is quite simple to add a second (or third or fourth) keyboard Continue Reading →

Tap to focus when taking a picture with Camera app

Whenever you are taking a picture of something with your iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, or iPod Touch you can simply tap on the screen to refocus the image. A little box will appear on the screen and the image will refocus. This is especially helpful in a couple different scenarios. 1. Close up photos: Whenever you take a close up photo of a flower, a person, or anything else, you can get an impressive quality photo by making sure you have the lens focused in the right spot. You do this by tapping on the specific location on the screen Continue Reading →

Top 10 Best (some hidden) Features of iOS 9

Top 10 Best (some hidden) Features of iOS 9

This article gives the top 10 best (some hidden) features of iOS 9. With the release of iOS 9, Apple added some incredible features to the software on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Although there are hundreds of new features in iOS 9, here are the best top 10 features. 1. More Intelligent Siri: Search (inside apps, specific settings: open bluetooth settings, photos) and Reminders Siri received some of the biggest enhancements since being introduced with iPhone 4s. The most significant improvements, besides better word detection and quicker responses, include what Apple calls, Intelligence. Siri is smarter in so many Continue Reading →

Everything new from Apple’s “Hey Siri” event

Last Wednesday, September 9th, Apple held a gigantic keynote event in the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The iPhone usually takes center stage at Apple’s fall events, but this time the company had so much more to announce! Let’s take a quick look at what they unveiled. Apple Watch – Watch OS 2, New Models, New Bands The first thing Apple covered in their keynote was Apple Watch. The watch is a new product category for them, and it seems like so far the Apple Watch has been extremely successful. Apple already talked details about Watch OS 2, which will Continue Reading →

How to turn on text message forwarding from iPhone to iPad and Mac

How to turn on text message forwarding from iPhone to iPad and Mac

This article is about how to turn on text message forwarding from iPhone to iPad and Mac. This is a great feature that was introduced in iOS 8 and continues to be available in iOS 9. Text message forwarding allows you to sync all of your text messages (both iMessages and SMS texts) with your iPhone, iPad and Mac. Previously, the Messages app on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac would allow for synchronizing of iMessages but not for SMS (normal Text) messages. This was frustrating since not all messages are iMessages. So, text message forwarding was a welcome introduction in Continue Reading →

Unboxing Apple Watch

In this video, I unbox my 38mm Space Gray Apple Watch Sport. I give my initial thoughts on the device, its packaging, and presentation. Click here for our previous video, where I head to the Apple Store for an Apple Watch fitting appointment. Did you order an Apple Watch? What kind did you get? Has it arrived yet? Sound off in the comments section below. And stay tuned for our upcoming video, which will overview the Apple Watch set-up and pairing process.  

Hands on with Apple Watch

Come along for the ride as I head to my local Apple Store to try on Apple’s latest, and most personal product: Apple Watch. In this video, I’ll tell you about my experience at an Apple Watch fitting appointment, give my opinions on the different collections  and bands, and show you a little bit about how Apple Watch works. My watch fitting made me really excited for when my pre-order arrives! I can’t wait to integrate Apple Watch into my day to day life. Are you excited to use Apple Watch? Let us know in the comments section below. For Continue Reading →

How to Pre-Order the Apple Watch

How to Pre-Order the Apple Watch

This article is about how to pre-order the Apple Watch. There are a couple different ways to get your hands on the Apple Watch (or better yet, to get an Apple Watch on your hand :). First off, it is important to get an idea of which Apple Watch and which Apple Watch band you want. There are 3 primary styles of the Apple Watch: Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, and Apple Watch Edition. Among these 3 Apple Watch types, there are color options as well: Silver/Aluminum, Black, Yellow Gold or Rose Gold (these last two are only available with Apple Continue Reading →