This wikiHow teaches you how to create a "Local Guide" account with Google in order to earn rewards through the Google Maps app. Local Guides can earn points by writing reviews, uploading photos, and updating Google Maps location information.
This wikiHow teaches you how to hide your phone number when you call someone from your iPhone.
This wikiHow teaches you how to prevent callers with blocked numbers or who aren't in your contacts from getting through to you on your iPhone.
This wikiHow teaches you how to send an animated GIF photo to a contact in WhatsApp.
This wikiHow teaches you how to how to turn off 4G or LTE service on your iPhone so that it runs on slower 3G cellular networks.
This wikiHow teaches you how to make the Maps app avoid highways when it gives you directions.
This wikiHow teaches you how to delete notes from an online account from your iPhone's Notes app.
Community Tested To set up and use Siri on your iOS device, you'll need to open the Settings app and customize Siri's function from the Siri tab. Note that the following devices don't have Siri installed on them: iPhone 4 (and older), iPad 2 (and older), and iPod Touch 4 (and older). You can also enable and set up Siri on your Mac if you're running Mac OS Sierra.
With iOS 10, Apple introduced "effects" that can further enhance the messages you send to another iOS user in the Apple Messages app. You can use this feature to add fun effects like fireworks, balloons, confetti that will pop across the recipient's screen when they open the message.
There are several methods for accessing your computer with an iPhone. Most options can be costly, charging a one-time fee or monthly/annual subscriptions. The two methods that function best also happen to be completely free for personal use. Both methods require you to install a host app on your iPhone and a companion app on the computer you want to control. Once configured, you’ll be able to control any computer remotely as if you are sitting in front of it.