How to turn the iPhone’s flash light on by Command Center

Yes, this seems like a basic tip.  But you’d be surprised at how many people do NOT know that the iPhone (with iOS 10 and above) has a way for them to use the device’s built-in flash as a flash light. It’s very simple.  Just follow these steps: 1.  Activate your iPhone as normal. 2.  […]

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How to: Change Screen Brightness using Siri

Even though iOS and MacOS has the ability to change screen brightness on its own, sometimes, we still need to adjust it on our own. Normally, we’d have to go into Settings > Brightness (on an iOS device), or System Preferences > Displays on a Mac. You can do that and more just by using Siri. Here’s a […]

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Apple officially releases iOS 10.2

Apple has officially released iOS 10.2 which contains the following: New Wallpapers (only for iPhone 7). New Widget for video apps. New Preserve Camera setting New emoji (looks like Unicode 9.0 update/also on macOS 10.12.2, watchOS 3.1.1) New ‘Press and Hold to Speak’ menu under Home Button Accessibility settings New ‘Celebration’ Messages screen effect New ‘Show […]

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Super Mario Run for iPhone requires an “always on” Internet Connection

As the release date gets closer, more details are being released about what Super Mario Run players will need in order to play the game. One of the things required will be an “always on” Internet connection.  According to the game designer, this is for security and game play reasons. The actual gameplay may consume 75 […]

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