How Countries are Using Apps to Combat and Track COVID-19 Cases

The COVID-19 outbreak has taken countries around the world by storm. All major countries have imposed a temporary lockdown to further prevent the spread of the virus. To help people during this shutdown and to ensure that the COVID-19 virus does not spread further, major countries have launched apps to gather data from affected areas and to keep citizens up to date with the latest official data. At the same time, software giants like Google and Microsoft are releasing web tools to provide accurate data to millions of users. In this post,…

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iOS 14 Code Reveals a Different Type of Activity Ring for Kids Mode on Upcoming watchOS 7

Earlier this month we learned that Apple will be baking in a new SchoolTime mode and kid mode. The premise of these features is that it allows kids to use Apple Watch without the need of owning an iPhone. The Apple Watch account will be connected to only one iPhone’s Apple ID. This will allow parents to set up and manage their kid’s Apple Watch via their iPhone. It is a smart move since it is not feasible for all the kids to own an iPhone. Furthermore, the iOS 14…

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How to Downgrade iPhone from iOS 13.4 to iOS 13.3.1

Apple released the iOS 13.4 update earlier this month for all compatible iPhones and iPads. iOS 13.4 is a pretty major update that fixes a bunch of bugs and also adds some new features. However, many iPhone users are complaining of battery life issues or Bluetooth issues with the iOS 13.4 update. In such cases, as an extreme measure, you can consider downgrading your iPhone back to iOS 13.3.1. Or if you are someone who prefers to jailbreak their phone, you should downgrade back to iOS 13.3.1 until an iOS…

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Is Your iCloud Storage Full? 5 Tips To Free Up iCloud Storage Space

Similar to Google Drive on Android, Apple uses the iCloud platform to backup everything including photos, videos, app data, device settings, and more. The whole process is designed to help keep your data synchronized across Apple devices. However, since iCloud only offers 5GB of free space, most people are going to fill it up in no time. In this post, we will guide you through some of the effective ways to delete the iCloud storage. The limited storage space on iCloud is going to be an even bigger issue for…

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How to View Timed Lyrics in Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube Music on iPhone

Music fans around the world are rapidly moving towards streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music. With the growing trend, Music apps are adding more functions at a swift pace. One such feature is timed lyrics support. In my books, it’s essential to a smooth listening experience. Except for YouTube Music, all the major music streaming apps such as Apple Music, Spotify, and Amazon Music support timed lyrics function on iPhone and iPad. In this post, we will mention how to view the song lyrics…

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iOS 13.3.1 Bug Stops VPN’s from Encrypting Entire Traffic

The issue occurs when iOS fails to terminate all the existing Internet connection before allowing the VPN to connect. Proton VPN says “Most connections are short-lived and will eventually be re-established through the VPN tunnel on their own.” they further add that “However, some are long-lasting and can remain open for minutes to hours outside the VPN tunnel.” When the connections are outside VPN tunnels they are vulnerable. In cases like this user, data can potentially be exposed to third-party apps and in some cases, users’ locations can be tracked…

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15 Best iPhone Apps and Games to Try While You’re Stuck at Home

COVID-19 lockdown across the globe has forced millions of people to stay at home. Now, not everyone has the privilege to work from home. Many jobs do require fieldwork and you can’t run retail businesses from home. If you find yourself having plenty of time to kill on your hand thanks to the lockdown, check out some iPhone apps and games to kill your boredom. The App Store is filled with some great apps and games for your iPhone or iPad that you can use to learn new skills, stream…

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iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 Features: What’s New

Apple today released iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 to the public. The latest point release of the OS comes with a number of major new features, enhances existing ones, and also fixes a number of bugs while at it. Here’s everything that’s new in iOS 13.4 that you need to know about. iOS 13.4 is likely the last major point release of iOS 13 as Apple will now focus on developing iOS 14 due to be announced at WWDC 2020 in June. Thus, with iPhone and iPad users using iOS…

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Apple Releases watchOS 6.2 with IAP Support, Expands ECG Feature to More Countries

Alongside iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, and macOS 10.15.4, Apple has also released watchOS 6.2 for all compatible Apple Watch models. watchOS 6.2 is a relatively major update that brings IAP support for watchOS apps. It also expands ECG support and irregular heart rhythm on the Apple Watch Series 4 and Series 5 to Chile, New Zealand, and Turkey. The full release notes of watchOS 6.2 can be found below: – Introduces in-app purchases for ‌‌Apple Watch‌‌ apps– Fixes an issue where music playback could pause when switching from Wi-Fi to…

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Add Funds to Your Apple ID and Get 10% Bonus in Select Countries

Apple has started offering a bonus of 10 percent for those adding funds to the Apple ID account. The offer is valid up to April 3rd and is available for users in Germany, Australia, United States, Canada, and other countries. Apple ID fund can be used to purchase apps and games on the App Store. Furthermore, the funds can also be used on the iTunes Store, Apple Book Store, Apple Music or any of the Apple services. For example, if you add $200 to your account then you will get…

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