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Have you ever lost an app on your iPad or iPhone? It's easier to do than you might think. Maybe you stuck it in a folder in an effort to unclutter your home screen, or even deleted it in an effort to create space for the latest iOS update, and then forgot. Or maybe you just have so many apps it's lost in the crowd. Here's how to find where that app is hiding.
A big thank you to everyone who entered our iPad Air 2 Giveaway! We had so much fun hearing from everyone who entered that we wish we could give an iPad to all of you.
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There are several hands-free ways you can answer a ringing iPhone while your hands are covered by bulky, hard-to-remove gloves. You could start by wearing touchscreen-sensitive gloves. Or using a stylus. Or plugging in a pair of headphones. But what if your gloves were chosen not for their touchscreen compatibility but for their ability to keep your hands warm while the polar vortex is in town? What if you don't have a stylus or a pair of headphones quickly accessible in your winter gear and you really want to take that incoming call? There's a simple solution; just be prepared for some funny looks.
Did Santa forget to leave an iPad under the tree for you? Don't be sad; at iPhoneLife.com we love giving stuff away, and this time we're giving away a new 16 GB iPad Air 2 with Touch ID, A8X Processor, and Retina Display! So if you haven't entered the contest yet, hurry up and do it now! The contest ends in only two days on January 10!
If you’ve been following us on iphonelife.com, you know that we like to give away great cases, tech gadgets, and awesome apps in our bi-weekly contests. This time, we’re kicking it up a few notches and giving away a new 16 GB iPad Air 2 with Touch ID, A8X Processor, and Retina Display, and the winner gets to choose the color! And you can have an unlimited number of entries in the contest!
Have you always wanted to build an iOS app, but lacked the knowledge and skills? Have you ever signed up for an online course on creating iOS apps, only to feel frustrated because the content was out of date or not comprehensive enough? Are you dying to learn more about Swift and programming for the Apple Watch? It's a story we hear all the time at iPhone Life. And that's why we decided to partner with iPhone app expert, former Apple employee, and adjunct professor at RIT Paul Solt to make his iOS development courses available to iPhone Life readers at a big discount.
If you ask Siri to set a reminder for you, but forget to specify a Reminders list, it will end up on your default Reminders list. (Read this tip to find out how to set a Reminders list as your default list.) There's no need to recreate the reminder on a different list though; it's easy to move a reminder from one list to another.
When you're in bed reading a really compelling book, you don't always want to stop just because it's late and your spouse wants to go to sleep. That's when you need the low-light Night theme in iBooks. It means you can finish the chapter without the glare of the screen hurting your eyes or disturbing your partner.
A few weeks ago we published a tip explaining how to add an item to a specific list in Reminders using Siri. If you don't specify which list you want to add the reminder to, it will get added to your default Reminders List. But if you find yourself mostly adding items to a list that is not the default Reminders List, such as your Shopping List, why not make that your default list?