If you are still using the default ringtones, time to give the new list another big look. There are a bunch of new ones available for you to pick from. Go to Settings → Sounds → Ringtone, and you will see a list of new names available, on top of the old classic ones.
Well, if you think it’s missed, you are mistaken. How can this useful view be missed out? Here is how and it’s very simple: In Calendar app, simply tap the Search icon at the top next to + sign. And bang, here it is:
Previously, you can only hold certain amount of apps in one folder. I think it’s maximum 9 or 12 apps allowed to be in one folder. Not any more in iOS 7. Folders now are page-able, allowing them to hold a huge number of apps. I haven’t tried putting more than 2 pages of apps in one folder but you […]
The private browsing is useful when browsing websites on other people’s device because it leaves no footprint after you close the browsing tab. The feature actually isn’t new, and has been available in iOS 6 for quite a while. To access, open Safari’s tab screen where you see the fancy 3-D tabs stacking on each other, and tap Private button at the […]
You’ve got an email reminder popping up right on your iPhone’s lock screen reminding that you’ve got an mail, with a tiny hint “slide to read” underneath the message. Or, you’ve got a missed call reminder on the same lock screen, with a similar tiny hint saying “slide to call” underneath it. Then, if you just slide and unlock the […]
It’s super easy, if you know how to do it. Simply tap and hold the letter key and more symbols will pop up. Try it yourself.
Safari in iOS 7 now gets a fancy 3D based tab view that not only looks nicer but is useful as well. To access the tab view, tap the icon at the bottom right corner. If you don’t see one showing, simply swiping your finger down a little bit will bring it up for you. Note that, make sure don’t […]
This would be very helpful if you have the small cup of data usage in your data plan, to avoid having a large amount showing up in your monthly bill. Go to Settings → Cellular (the new feature sits right below the Bluetooth option. And turn off the first option called Cellular Data. As it states on the screen, turning off […]