The Best Ways to Clean and Disinfect Your iPhone

The current outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in China and other parts of the world have alerted people to take precautions. Among other things, people are cautious of what they are touching and taking extra care of their hygiene. Most people, however, forget to clean and disinfect their iPhone which is equally important. In this article, we will show you the best ways to clean and disinfect your iPhone. A recent study points out that the persistence of coronavirus and how other viruses can survive on common phone materials such…

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How to Disable Location Tracking U1 Chip on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro

Apple faced criticism after a security researcher revealed that the iPhone 11 series requests location data even when a user has specifically set not do so. The Cupertino based company explained that the behavior was due to the new U1 Ultra wideband (UWB) chip. In this article, we will show you how to disable U1 chip on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max to prevent location tracking. What can iPhone 11’s U1 Chip Do? The U in the U1 chip stands for Ultra WideBand. According to…

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How to Downgrade iPhone from iOS 13.3.1 to iOS 13.3

If you own an iPhone 11/Pro or the iPhone XS/XR and want to jailbreak it, you should consider downgrading it to iOS 13.3. This is because the team behind Unc0ver jailbreak is working on an iOS 13.3 jailbreak for A12/A13 Bionic devices. With Apple still signing iOS 13.3, there could not be a better time to downgrade from iOS 13.3.1 to iOS 13.3 Once Apple stops signing iOS 13.3, you will no longer be able to downgrade your iPhone to iOS 13.3 and will miss out on the opportunity to…

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How to Hide Photos and Videos on iPhone

The inability to lock individual apps on the iPhone means that if your device is unlocked, anyone can gain access to your personal photos by simply opening the Photos app. Considering how many photos and videos we shoot in this day and age, this is a major oversight from Apple. While there is no proper workaround to locking apps on an iPhone, you can at least hide your personal photos from prying eyes. The ability to hide photos is present in the Photos app itself so you don’t need to…

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Oscars 2020: How to Watch the Academy Awards on Your iPhone and iPad

The award season is in full swing. After the Golden Globe and SAG awards, it’s time for Oscars to award the artists around the world. The 92nd Academy Awards will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles. Now that we are only a couple of days away from the show, it’s time to tell you how to stream Oscars live on iPhone or iPad from anywhere in the world. Oscars is a must-watch spectacular occasion, and the award show will stream in 225 countries around the world. As…

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How to Delete ‘Other’ Data to Free Up iPhone Storage Space

Confused as to why ‘Other’ is taking up so much storage space on your iPhone? On older iPhones with 64GB or lower amount of storage, the ‘Other’ data taking GBs of storage space can be quite an issue. If you are frustrated with ‘Other’ taking a copious amount of your iPhone’s storage space and want to free it up, follow this guide. What is ‘Other’ Data on iPhone? Apple states that this ‘Other’ data consists of device settings, Siri voice, system data, and cached files. While you can’t do anything…

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How to Disable MacBook from Booting Automatically When Lid is Opened

When Apple revamped its MacBook Pro lineup in 2016, it made some radical changes to the lineup. Among other things, it changed the way how one boots their MacBook. Simply open the lid and the Mac would start booting. No need to press the power button. Similarly, all 2016 and newer MacBooks automatically boot up whenever they are plugged to the wall charger. All this might sound cool on paper, but in real-life use, this poses a fair bit of problems. There have been occasions where my MacBook Pro ended…

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How to View Passwords in iCloud Keychain on iPhone, iPad, or Mac

If you use an iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and MacBook, or a combination of any of these devices on a daily basis, you are heavily invested in Apple’s ecosystem. The good thing about Apple’s ecosystem is that it makes the transition between devices seamless. So, any login or payment details that you save in iCloud Keychain on your iPhone are automatically synced to your iPhone and iPad as well. While iCloud Keychain has been around for a few years, Apple has greatly improved its capability in recent years. In many…

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How to Quickly Navigate to Home or Work on Your iPhone with Google Maps

If you use Google Maps as your default Maps app on your iPhone, then here is a nifty little trick to quickly get directions to navigate to Home or Work on your iPhone. It allows you to get directions to your Home or Work address on your iPhone with just three taps using Google Maps. It saves you the trouble of typing the address and getting directions faster. Set Up or Change Home & Work Address in Google Maps on your iPhone In case you haven’t done it already, you…

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How to Delete Your Apple Music Library on iPhone, iPad, macOS, Android, and Windows

Apple Music is one of the best music streaming services right now. It not only lets you stream music on the go but also allows you to download songs for using them offline or if you plan on not spending your data limit. You can download a specific song, playlist, or even an entire album. But how can you delete your Apple Music library? Is there a way to delete your entire library or the tracks that you don’t want to be in your library? Yes, there are multiple ways…

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