iPhone Life magazine


Tip of the Day: Use "See Friendship" to Clean Up Your Facebook History


We’ve all had embarrassing pictures of us posted on Facebook, and sometimes we need to clean up our borderline-mortifying past! There is an easy way to do that, especially if one friend is guiltier than others of posting pictures of you.

Tip of the Day: How to Switch Between Keyboards on Your iPhone


If you are bilingual, either between English and Spanish or between English and emoji, chances are you’ve had some experience with keyboards. You can access new keyboards whether you're fluent in another language, have a need to use emojis to express yourself, or want to use a third-party keyboard.

Tip of the Day: How to Set Up an Apple ID for a Child Under 13


Apple allows children under the age of 13 to have their own Apple ID if the account is created and verified by a parent or guardian, and only for the purpose of being added to a Family Group for Family Sharing. Having an Apple ID will allow your child to use services such as FaceTime, Game Center, iMessage, and iCloud. 

Tip of the Day: How to Keep Your Camera From Tracking Your Location


Having a difficult time remembering where that picture from your spontaneous trip to the beach was taken? Or at what time you captured that beautiful sunset? The great thing about geotagging is that you’ll never be left wondering when or where a particular photo was taken again—but for many, that might not be such a good thing.

Tip of the Day: How to Add Favorites to Apple Maps


If you use Apple Maps to get around and you have identified specific locations you want to travel to, you can save those locations as Favorites in Maps. Then when you need to travel to that location, you can simply tap on the name in Favorites and then tap Directions. It can be a real convenience, especially if you're planning a route with multiple stops.

Tip of the Day: April Fools!


Have you ever wanted to mess with someone’s phone on April Fool’s day? Apart from locking their phone by mistyping their password over and over again (don’t do that!) or changing their password, here are couple of ways to mess with your friends on April 1st.

Unleash Your Inner App Developer Part 12: Hardening Your Code


Do you have an idea for an app but lack the programming knowledge to begin building it? In this weekly blog series, How to Unleash Your Inner App Developer, I will take you, the non-programmer, step by step through the process of creating apps for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Join me each week on this adventure, and you will experience how much fun turning your ideas into reality can be! This is Part 12 of the series. If you're just getting started now, check out the beginning of the series here (this post has been updated to Swift 1.2, iOS 8, and Xcode 6.3.)

One of the best software development books of all time is Steve McConnell's Code Complete. Whether you are a seasoned software developer or a brand new programmer, regardless of the platform or language in which you write code, I highly recommend checking out this book. It will change your way of thinking and vastly improve the quality of the code you write.

Tip of the Day: How to Restore Apps to Their Original Layout


Sometimes you need to do some app housecleaning. Maybe your kid moved your apps around, or maybe you just want to see what apps you have. For example, I have 69 apps on the first screen and 67 on the second. Of course, they’re in folders, but sometimes I lose track and need to do an app purge. If you’re like me, or just need a fresh start, take a few quick steps through your settings to restore apps to their original layout.

Tip of the Day: How to View Websites Bookmarked on Your Mac on Your iPhone Too


If you have any website favorites saved on your Mac, there’s an easy way to view them in the Safari app on your iPhone as well. 

Tip of the Day: How to Search for a Particular Reminder


I use the Reminders app on my iPhone quite a bit. I’ll create a reminder to pick up my dry cleaning, buy my cousin a birthday present or pay a bill. When I create Reminders I usually set them to remind me on a certain day, at a certain time. Sometimes I have so many Reminders that it’s difficult to find a certain one before its set reminder time. For example, I made a Reminder to pay a fee for a school trip my son was going on. I forgot what the fee amount was and needed the information before the due date. Instead of tapping each folder and scrolling through them to find it, I simply accessed the Reminders search field.

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