Apple has introduced a selection of interesting improvements for iOS and Mac admins in the recently introduced iOS 14, including new APIs for mobile device management (MDM) and usability improvements.The easy (but good) stuff One of the better enhancements is the introduction of choice. iPhone and iPad users can now choose which web browser and/or email app they want to use. While Safari is highly secure (and more secure in the latest OS iterations), the real beauty of this improvement is in email, as enterprises built around use of Microsoft Office will now be able to standardize on use of Outlook on enterprise mobile devices. The process is pretty simple: Install the app you want to use and then set it as default in application Settings on the device.To read this article in full, please click here
Siri is a virtual assistant that is developed by Apple using which you can send messages, ask questions, check the weather, get directions, and much more by simply giving voice commands to her on your mobile.So, if you are an iPhone user, then here’s how you can set up and use Siri on your mobile.A close-up shot of Apple iPhone 8 smartphone with a Siri, the virtual assistant application on the screen.How to Enable Siri on Your iPhone and Give Her Commands?Following are the steps that you can follow to enable Siri on your iPhone:Navigate to your iPhone Settings app.Now scroll down a little and click on the “Siri & Search” option.Next, enable the “Listen for Hey Siri” option using the toggle button near it.Now enable the “Press Home for Siri” option using the toggle button near it.Next, enable the “Allow Siri When Locked” option.You have successfully enabled Siri on your iPhone.Now to give commands to Siri:Press and hold your iPhone’s “Home” button to activate Siri.Finally, give your command to Siri or ask her your desired question.How to Edit Your Question or Command?Following are the steps that you can follow to edit your question or command that you have given to Siri:Press and hold your iPhone’s “Home” button to activate Siri.Now, give your command to Siri or ask her your desired question.Next, click on the “Tap to edit” option to edit your command or question.Now edit your command or question.Finally, tap on the “Done” option to confirm your changes.How to Change the Voice of Siri on Your Mobile?Following are the steps that you can follow to change the voice of Siri on your mobile:Navigate to your iPhone Settings app.Now scroll down a little and click on the “Siri & Search” option.Next, click on the “Siri Voice” option.After that, select your desired accent and gender for Siri.Now your selected voice will be downloaded on your mobile.You have successfully changed the voice of Siri on your iPhone.How to Change the Language of Siri?Following are the steps that you can follow to change the language of Siri:Navigate to your iPhone Settings app.Now scroll down a little and click on the “Siri & Search” option.Next, click on the “Language” option.Now select your desired language from the list.You have successfully changed the language of Siri on your iPhone.How to Customize the Voice Feedback of Siri?Following are the steps that you can follow to customize the voice feedback of Siri:Navigate to your iPhone Settings app.Now scroll down a little and click on the “Siri & Search” option.Next, click on the “Voice Feedback” option.Now select any of the following options:Always On- Siri will always respond and give you voice feedback even when your mobile is in silent mode.Control with Ring Switch- Siri will only provide voice feedback when your mobile is not in silent mode.Hands-Free Only- Siri will only give voice feedback when you say, “Hey Siri.”You have successfully customized the voice feedback of Siri on your mobile.How to Secure Siri With a Passcode Lock?Following are the steps that you can follow to secure Siri with a passcode lock:Navigate to your iPhone Settings app.Now click on the “Touch ID & Passcode” or “Face ID & Passcode” option.Next, enter your Passcode.Now enable the “Siri” option using the toggle button near it under the “Allow Access When Locked” section.You have successfully secured Siri with your Passcode.How to Change Your Siri Contact Info?Following are the steps that you can follow to change your Siri contact info:Navigate to your iPhone Settings app.Now scroll down a little and click on the “Siri & Search” option.Next, click on the “My Information” option.Finally, select the contact whose information you want Siri to use.ConclusionThere you have it, guys, a quick, simple guide that you can follow to set up and use Siri on your mobile.So, enable Siri right now and start using it to get the most out of your iPhone.Emily Johnson is a Microsoft product expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2002.As a technical expert, Emily has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as  How to Set up and Use Siri on Your iPhone
The $599 revision adds basically everything (except Face ID).
While the iPhone 12 didn't show up, the devices we did see offer some pointers for Apple's next handset.
The move makes it easier to unlock a device without removing a mask or typing in a passcode -- and raises questions about whether it will also appear in the upcoming iPhone 12.
Apple launched the iPad Air today with an iPad Pro like-design priced at $599. The new tablet is the first device to feature Apple’s new 5nm A14 chip –– beating the iPhone 12. The new iPad features a 10.9-inch liquid retina screen with a 2360×1640 resolution. The screen also supports P3 wide color gamut, offering more colors on the screen.  Instead of providing FaceID, Apple will provide a new TouchID on the power button. It has a USB-C port for charging and data transfer and Wi-Fi 6 compatibility. The new iPad Air features a 12-megapixel rear camera used in the iPad… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iPad,Apple
The makes it easier to unlock a device while wearing a mask.
A year and a half after the previous refresh, Apple takes a scalpel to the iPad Air.
Image: Apple Apple favors simplicity, and nowhere is that more apparent — other than product design — than in the company’s product lineups. But the newly announced iPad Air, which now features a screen identical to that of the pricier Pro with the added benefit of being the only device so far to carry the new A14 Bionic processor, is further complicating what was once the company’s most elegant product lineup. The iPad lineup used to be simple: you wanted the big one or the little one, and then you had to choose how much storage and maybe pick a color. But starting with the introduction of the Smart Keyboard and the ill-fated 9.7-inch iPad Pro in 2016, the iPad lineup began to bloat. Apple’s iPad Pro is in a weird spot, thanks to the new powerful... Continue reading…
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To reset or change your iPad's passcode, you can use the "Passcode" menu in your Settings app, or reset the entire device.
Google's Pixel 4a offers a great low-light camera and a larger, borderless screen for about the same price as Apple's iPhone SE.
A report today from China suggests that Apple is preparing to reveal their Apple AirTag device. This is a device that works with wireless sensor technology to act as a “loss prevention tag” of sorts. Much like the many, many similar sorts of tags we’ve used and reviewed over the past decade, Apple’s AirTag will likely work with NFC, Bluetooth, … Continue reading
New iPads scheduled for later this year could bring the iPad Pro look to more affordable price points.
While Apple‘s iPad Pro line proudly offers top-notch features among tablets like nearly bezel-less screens and Face ID, other iPads still have big bezels on the front and an age-old design. But that might be about to change with this year’s iPad refresh. According to a report from 91Mobiles, the 8th-generation iPad will feature a 10.8-inch screen and a shared design scheme with the new iPad Pros. Plus, the new device will have a USB-C port, a smart connector for keyboards and other accessories, and a magnet for Apple Pencil on the side. Exciting. In May, revered Apple analyst Ming… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iPad
If you're excited about the next iPad Air, this rumor has some pretty interesting new info.
The iPad Air has always had a special but confusing place in Apple’s tablet portfolio. Initially touted as a successor to the mainline iPad 4, the iPad Air became its own thing before being discontinued in favor of the first iPad Pro. It resurfaced last year with a new lease in life but still with an uncertain position in the … Continue reading
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But albeit your battery is dead or the Wi-Fi and cellular data are turned off, you'll usually still find your iPhone.We’ll use iCloud and therefore the Find My app to urge that precious iPhone or iPad you’ve lost back to your hands—dead or try to to this:Open the Settings app.Tap your name at the highest.Select Find My.Toggle on Share My Location if you would like certain friends or relations to be ready to see your iPhone's location.Select Find My iPhone.Toggle on Find My iPhone.Tap OK.Toggle on Enable Offline Finding.Toggle on Send Last Location.How to Find Your iPhone (Even If It’s Dead or Offline) together with your iPadYou'll be using the Find My app on the iPad to locate your seek out your lost iPhone on an iPad or a friend’s iPhone (even if it’s dead) (locate my phone):Open the Find My app on the iPad.Tap the Devices tab.A map will crop up with featuring your Find My enabled devices.If your iPhone is turned off, it'll appear on the map and sidebar as an iPhone with a blank screenIf your iPhone is turned on, it'll appear on the map and sidebar as an iPhone with a lively Home screen.Select your iPhone from the list of devices.Tap Directions to urge driving or walking directions to your iPhones' general location.If the iPhone is offline, but not dead, you'll tap Play Sound to assist you find your iPhone.If the iPhone is dead, you'll toggle on Notify When Found to send notifications and a location update to your iPad subsequent time your iPhone is turned on.Here's the way to use someone else's Apple Device to seek out your lost iPhone.Open the Find My app on your friend's iPhone.Select the Me tab.Tap Help a lover .You are going to be asked to log into iCloud.If prompted to log in using Touch or Face ID, select Use Different Apple ID.Log in using your iCloud ID and password.When prompted to save lots of your password, select Not Now.You can now follow the steps within the previous section to locate your missing iPhone.When you're finished, tap your name on the highest right of your friend's iPhone in their Find My app.Select Sign Out.How to Find Your iPhone (Even If It’s Dead or Offline) on a ComputerI imagine most of the people will find yourself trying to find their lost and potentially dead iPhone on the pc .
Google is scrapping the gimmicks of the Pixel 4 and copy/pasting the Pixel 4a design.
MacBook Pro may also have Face ID on the security front, going by the latest from the grapevine.
Were you excited for the new iPad Air 4? Well you might be waiting longer - and spending more - than you thought.
Passwords have overstayed their welcome. Digital identity can help businesses eliminate passwords/usernames for good.
The upgrades are dramatic if you're looking for more power, but if you're holding out for Face ID or a fresh look, keep waiting.
In 2017, Apple launched a new facial-recognition technology on its iPhone X.This technology was meant to replace Apple’s fingerprint scanning system for unlocking smartphones...For more information visit our official blog at
Apple may be preparing to bring Face ID to the Mac, according to 9to5Mac. The blog spotted references to Apple's TrueDepth camera in the code for macOS Big Sur, the company's next big software update for Mac computers. The discovery comes as Apple is preparing to make its own chips for future Mac computers, a move that will make it easier for the company to bring custom features like Face ID to its laptops and desktops. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You can already unlock your iPhone and iPad just by looking at them, and it seems like that feature will soon be coming to the Mac as well.  The beta version of Apple's macOS Big Sur software update launching for Mac computers later this year reportedly includes references to the company's TrueDepth camera, according to 9to5Mac. The blog found codes titled "FaceDetect" and "BioCapture" within a new extension found in the software.  Apple did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment regarding the code and whether it plans to bring Face ID to the Mac. The Mac is one of Apple's only major products that does not support facial recognition, likely because it lacks the neural engine found in Apple's custom chips. The neural engine in Apple's processors turns the infrared image and depth data captured by the iPhone or iPad's camera  into a mathematical representation that the device then compares against the face data you've enrolled, as Apple explains on its website. The company introduced Face ID to the iPhone with the iPhone X in 2017 and brought it to the iPad Pro in 2018.  Now that Apple will be designing its own processors for the Mac rather than relying on Intel's chips, a move it announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference, there's more opportunity for the company to bring custom features like Face ID to its laptops and desktops.  Apple has also filed a patent application detailing a system for bringing Face ID to the Mac. That document also included drawings of laptops and monitors that include the same "notch" cutout above the screen for Face ID as the iPhone.  The company said that its first computer to launch with Apple's own chips will arrive by the end of 2020, but it did not share any additional details.  "When we look ahead, we envision some amazing new products," Apple CEO Tim Cook said during the announcement. "And transitioning to our own custom silicon is what will enable us to bring them to life."SEE ALSO: Your future MacBook will probably look a lot more like the iPhone — and that could be just what Apple needs to get ahead of Windows Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Pathologists debunk 13 coronavirus myths
  Apple's latest iPhone lineup has been out for a while now, including the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone 11 is an excellent "entry-level" flagship phone from Apple, with specs and a camera that are solid upgrades from the iPhone XR. If you're upgrading from a device that's more than a year old, we recommend choosing the iPhone 11. Back in 2017, Apple introduced a new type of release cycle for its iPhones — it would release a top flagship with a higher price tag than ever before at $1,000, as well as a "cheaper" flagship that essentially cost the same as Apple's top iPhones before 2017.  And so, the debate began: Should you buy last year's top flagship to get premium features while saving a few bucks, or should you buy the current year's "cheaper" flagship? This is what we're looking at today — should you buy Apple's top iPhone XS flagship from 2018, or should you buy the current "cheaper" $699.00 iPhone 11 flagship from 2019. The long answer is: Sure, technically if you can find a new iPhone XS for less than the iPhone 11, then the iPhone XS is great value. As for refurbished models, I can only vouch for Apple's own refurbished units, which cost the same as the iPhone 11 right now.  The short answer is: Get the iPhone 11.  Check out the main differences between the iPhone Xs and the iPhone 11 to see why you should go with the latest "cheaper" flagship rather than last year's top flagship. Updated on 7/28/2020 by Tony Villas-Boas: Added new sets of impressions to better fit both of the phones' relative and respective positions at this point in their life cyles in the face of the would-be iPhone 12 expected to debut this September.The iPhone 11 is the better choice for people who are upgrading from an older iPhone. At $699.00, the iPhone 11 is the most affordable iPhone we've seen in the past two years. Even last year's reasonably priced iPhone XR started at $749.00. Plus, if you trade in an older phone that's in good condition, Apple is offering up to $450 of trade-in credit, meaning you can get the iPhone 11 for as low as $249.00. The XS, meanwhile, started at $999.00 at launch, and carriers tend only to offer discounts if you open a new phone line, purchase with an installment plan, or comply with other caveats. These days, it's also harder to find a new iPhone XS that's less expensive than the iPhone 11.  But don't let the iPhone 11's price fool you: It shares many of the same high-end specs as the more-expensive iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max models, and it's a solid upgrade camera- and battery-wise from its predecessors. Product Embed: Product Name: iPhone 11 Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150%   The iPhone 11 has a better processor. The iPhone 11 is powered by Apple's A13 Bionic chip, which the company claims is the fastest smartphone processor in the world. Being the latest and fastest chip that Apple has put into an iPhone so far, the iPhone 11 will last longer before you start feeling its age, like  apps that take longer and longer to open and sluggish performance during general use.  The contrast between the iPhone XS and iPhone 11's performance isn't as stark as it has been in previous years. Where the new chip matters is the camera. The new chip should give you an easier time editing video, a better experience with demanding features like Animoji, a faster Face ID, and a smarter camera that better processes photos.  Product Embed: Product Name: iPhone 11 Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150%   The iPhone 11 has better battery life. The iPhone 11 has better battery life than the iPhone XS. Tom's Guide clocked the iPhone XS in at 9 hours and 41 minutes of continuous web browsing, while the iPhone 11 lasted 11 hours and 20 minutes.  Product Embed: Product Name: iPhone 11 Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150%   The iPhone 11 has a better camera. An improved Smart HDR system that can differentiate between faces and their surroundings, and process shades and shadows accordingly A night mode that produces excellent low-light shots A Deep Fusion feature to better capture details and reduce noise  4K60 video support for all three cameras (and you can switch between the wide and ultra-wide lenses if you're recording in less than 60 frames per second) An ultra-wide camera Finally, the iPhone 11 has a better front shooter (12 megapixels, to the iPhone XS's 7 megapixels), with the ability to take slow-motion selfie video.  Product Embed: Product Name: iPhone 11 Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150% The iPhone XS has a few things going for it. For one, it's slimmer and sleeker. One of the most significant differences between these two gadgets is actually their sizes: The iPhone 11 measures 150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3mm, while the iPhone XS is 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm. This may not seem like a big difference, but if you hold the two devices, you'll likely notice that the iPhone 11 is heavier, and more difficult to use with one hand. It feels large. Another difference you'll notice: bezels. The iPhone 11 has more visible bezels surrounding its screen; it may be hard to re-introduce those to your life if you've spent the past year with the comparatively bezel-free iPhone XS. Product Embed: Product Name: Apple iPhone XS Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150%   The iPhone XS also has a better display. The iPhone XS has an excellent 5.8-inch OLED screen with 2,436 x 1,125-pixel resolution. The iPhone 11 has a 6.1-inch LCD screen with 1,792 x 828-pixel resolution. Indeed, that means the iPhone XS' screen is better than the iPhone 11's — technically. In real life usage, few people have complained about the iPhone 11's screen, even when comparing it to the iPhone XS' and iPhone 11 Pro series' technically superior screens.  Product Embed: Product Name: Apple iPhone XS Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150%   And the iPhone XS has a zoomed lens, while the iPhone 11 doesn't. If you're into zoomed lenses for better quality zoomed photos, the iPhone 11 isn't for you, and the iPhone XS suddenly looks more appealing.  The other option, if you're looking for a zoomed lens, is the iPhone 11 Pro that starts at $999.00. But if you're looking for bargains, the iPhone 11 Pro's price tag may not match your criteria for a "deal". Product Embed: Product Name: Apple iPhone XS Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150% Should iPhone XS owners upgrade to the iPhone 11? Not really; especially not at this point before the next iPhone is expected to drop in September 2020. If your iPhone XS still works and you're enjoying it, stick with the iPhone XS.  The iPhone 11 has better camera chops than the iPhone XS, and I'm a big fan of the iPhone 11's ultra-wide camera. Still, it's not like the iPhone XS takes terrible pictures.  Sure, if you're a photography enthusiast, perhaps you can justify upgrading to the iPhone 11, or even the iPhone 11 Pro. But, the camera improvements are hardly worth the effort and price of upgrading — you'd still be spending a few hundred on a single generational upgrade. If you find the iPhone 11's superior camera appealing alongside other things, like the newer chip and better battery life, go ahead! Just know that you'd be missing out on the zoomed lens, which you can find on the $999.00 iPhone 11 Pro.  Product Embed: Product Name: iPhone 11 Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150%  
It looks like the new normal is some way off, so it shouldn’t be too surprising that Apple’s iPhone 12 introduction will probably be a little different this year.The big reveal Are you going to the big reveal of the new device? I don’t think so; the pandemic suggests Apple will introduce its new device remotely, just as it held WWDC. I don’t think it will want to risk the health of partners and employees any more than it did in June.To read this article in full, please click here