Set READER VIEW Automatically on Safari
- Open Safari in iOS, then visit the website URL you want to use Automatic Reader View for.
- Tap and hold on the Reader button in the URL bar at the top of the Safari screen.
- When the ‘Automatic Reader View’ option shows up, choose one of the following: "Use on (current domain)" or "Use on All Websites".
Once you set Waze as the default Map app with Google App on iPhone, you can change it back to Google Maps or Apple Maps.
- Open Google app on iPhone.
- Tap on Settings icon (top left).
- Scroll down to Google app settings and tap.
- Select default app from available Map apps.
- Turn off "Ask me which apps to use every time".
The last step will allow you to select the Map app all the time when you use Google. Alternatively, you can choose a different app from the available list to chose the default app.
Apple iTunes App Subscriptions
App Store > Apps > Head and Shoulders circle icon > Manage Subscriptions
Battery Usage Tweaks
- Settings > General > AirDrop > Receiving Off
- Settings > General > Handoff > Off
- Settings > General > Siri & Search > Listen for Hey Siri > Off
- Settings > General > Siri & Search > Press Home for Siri > Off
- Settings > Battery > Battery Percentage > On
- Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Transparency > On
- Settings > General > Accessibility > Display Accommodations > Auto-Brightness > On
- Settings > General > Background App Refresh > Off
- Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services > Significant Locations > Off
- Settings > Privacy > Analytics > Share iPhone Analytics > Off
- Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services > Product Improvement > iPhone Analytics > Off
- Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services > Product Improvement > Popular Near Me > Off
- Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services > Product Improvement > Routing & Traffic > Off
- Settings > Privacy > Analytics > Share iCloud Analytics > Off
- Settings > Privacy > Advertising > Limit Ad Tracking > On
- Settings > Display & Brightness > Appearance > Dark
Turn off Automatic Sleep Mode
How to turn off Sleep Mode on iPhone...
- Go to Apple's Health app on your iPhone.
- Tab the Browse tab and select Sleep listed under Health Categories.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the Sleep screen and tap Options.
- Turn off the toggle next to Turn On Automatically under Sleep Mode.
Delete Completed Reminders
NEW METHOD with iOS 15
Reminders > Local > List > ... 3 dots > Show Completed > Clear
Create a shortcut to delete completed reminders (does not work with iOS 15)
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Clear RAM Without Restarting
How to close (suspend) all your running apps...
- Hold the POWER button until you see the SLIDE option
- Hold the HOME button until you return to the screen
Copy All Data To Another iPhone
Check Device Details
Remove Accounts and Reset the Phone
Access The List Of Recently Used Programs
Double tap the home key.
Register New Account Details In Office 365
Essentially this is how to delete any old account details you may have set up, allowing you to enter new ones.
- Tap on either Word, Excel or Powerpoint
- Tap on RESET, then tap Reset <app name>
- Enable the 'Delete Login Credentials' option
- Start on of the applications
- Sign in with your details
Thanks to Microsoft Support.
Add Google Contacts
Settings > Mail, Contacts > Add Account > Other > Add CalDAV > google.com
Thanks to Business Insider.
Take Screen Shots
Press POWER + HOME buttons and let go quickly
Thanks to About.com
Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings
Back Up To An External Drive
- On your external hard drive, create a new folder where you want the backup to go. Name it something you’ll remember, like “iPhoneBackup.”
- Open a new Finder window, then tap Command+Shift+G. Enter this in the box that pops up ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/ then find the folder named “Backup.”
- Copy the “Backup” folder to the folder you made in Step 1. Then, rename the original Backup folder “Backup-Old.” If you need to conserve space, you can delete the “Backup-Old” folder once you verify your backups are working in iTunes.
- Launch Terminal and type in the following command, replacing the “ExternalHardDriveName” with the info for your external hard drive:
ln -s /Volumes/ExternalHardDriveName/iPhoneBackup/Backup/ ~/Library/Application\ Support/MobileSync
- Go ahead and open up iTunes, connect your iOS device, and back up your iOS device as you normally would. The backup file should now be on your external hard drive.
Thanks to LiveHacker.com