How to Fix iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro Wi-Fi Problems

Irrespective of what improvements Apple makes to Wi-Fi every year with its latest iPhones, there are bound to be users who are going to face some connectivity and speed issues. This does not mean that your new iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, or iPhone 12 Pro, or iPhone 12 Pro Max is faulty. There can be a number of factors behind why your iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro is disconnecting frequently from Wi-Fi networks or giving very slow speeds. Check out some of the tips below to fix the…

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How to Enable Dark Mode in Facebook for iPhone

More than a year after Apple added Dark Mode support to iOS, Facebook has finally rolled out dark mode support for its iPhone app. The company had already added dark mode to Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messages but took its own sweet time with the Facebook app. Facebook is now finally rolling out dark mode support for its iPhone app, and here’s how you can enable it How to Enable Dark Mode in Facebook for iPhone Dark mode on Facebook is already available on desktop and Android. However, each application has…

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How to Force Restart or Hard Reboot iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro

Upgraded to the iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro from the iPhone 6s, iPhone 7, or iPhone 8? While you won’t require it straight away, you should know the process to force restart or hard reboot your iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro since it might come in handy if the phone ever freezes or hangs, starts behaving strangely or stops responding. With newer iPhones no longer coming with a Home button, Apple had to move almost all core functionality to the remaining three buttons. Three buttons are now responsible for…

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iOS 14 Release: How to Prepare Your iPhone

Apple is all set to release iOS 14 for all compatible iPhones on September 16. And unlike the last couple of iOS updates, the latest edition of iOS is full of significant additions and tweaks. For starters, you get a brand new App Library, the ability to add widgets on the home screen, a native Apple Translate app, an option to change the default browser and email app, and many more hidden features. Before you hit the Download button in the Settings menu, you should go through the checklist for…

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How to Downgrade iOS 14 Beta to iOS 13.5.1

Installed iOS 14 beta 1 on your iPhone and now looking to downgrade back to iOS 13.5.1 because some of the apps you use on a daily basis are not working? Apple might not provide a guide on how to downgrade your iPhone back to iOS 13 but worry not as we have you covered. The method to downgrade your iPhone back to iOS 13 remains the same if you have ever downgraded your iPhone to an older version of iOS before. However, before you start with the process, there…

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How to Install iOS 14 Beta For Free Without Developer Account

Apple did not release a beta profile for the iOS 13 beta last year. This time around though, the company has made the beta profile as well as the IPSW available for download to developers. This means you can get the iOS 14 beta 1 OTA update on your iPhone as well. Even better, you don’t really need to be a developer for this. You just need to get your hands on the beta profile. Installing iOS 14 Beta on iPhone: Things to Know Create a backup of your iPhone…

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How to Download and Install watchOS 7 Beta on Apple Watch

WWDC 2020 was the most important Apple developer event we’ve experienced in the past few years, and the company unveiled watchOS 7 for Apple Watches during the event. The first developer beta of watchOS 7 has been released along with developer beta versions of the new versions of Apple’s other platforms. You can follow this simple, step-by-step guide to install watchOS 7 developer beta release on your compatible Apple Watch. First and foremost, you must know that you can’t downgrade your Apple Watch from watchOS 7 to watchOS 6 by…

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How to Disable Moving Faces in Group FaceTime Video Calls

Video call usage is skyrocketing. Almost every company out there including WhatsApp, Google Duo, Microsoft Teams, etc. are ramping their video call offering with new features and tweaks. Among them, FaceTime looks to be the default choice for iPhone users.  And why not? It’s easy to set up, offers adequate features, and up to 32 people can join a group video call on FaceTime. During group FaceTime video calls, Apple enlarges the tile of the person addressing the meetup. This feature is called Automatic Prominence and Apple does this to…

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How to Clean and Disinfect Your AirPods or AirPods Pro

There’s no denying the fact that the AirPods and the AirPods Pro have turned out to be a massive hit for Apple. Due to their convenience factor, the wireless earbuds have quickly become a must-have iPhone accessory for many. Just like your iPhone though, it is recommended that you clean and disinfect your AirPods or AirPods Pro from time to time to ensure that it is working properly. In many ways, people tend to handle their AirPods and AirPods Pro more roughly than they do with their iPhone or other…

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Exposure Notification System: Everything You Need to Know About Apple’s Contract Tracing Tech

Contact tracing is going to be very important in the future for the spread of the coronavirus to be contained. Realizing the importance of this, Apple and Google have partnered on a contact tracing/Exposure Notification system for iPhones and Android. There are a lot of questions in the mind of people as to how the tracing feature will work and whether their location will be tracked continuously or not. Read our detailed FAQ on Apple’s contact tracing API to know everything about it. Despite opposition from France and some other…

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