Batteries typically drain more quickly because of unoptimized apps or excessive tasks running in the background. If your iPhone or iPad is having a battery issue, you can follow this tutorial to find out which apps are causing the problems so that you can take the necessary steps to make the device last longer.
By default in iOS Messages, video and audio messages will be removed from a conversation after two minutes. While removing these messages keeps the storage clean, it also prevents you from viewing older, potentially important messages. Luckily, there is a way to keep your media messages as long as you want.
If you usually share photos with friends using Facebook Chat and now you want to find all of them, you could go back to your chat history and find every single image from there. While it is possible to find all of the images using this method, it takes a lot of time. Fortunately, Facebook provides a convenient feature that allows you to view all of your shared images in one place. Here is how to access this feature.
Since your phone is such a personal device, you most likely store all kinds of photos and videos on it. However, when you let someone else use your phone, make sure that the photos that you wish to remain private are in a safe place and cannot be viewed. The Hide Photo/Video feature on your iPhone or iPad will help you do just that.
When your iPhone or iPad battery is running low and you do not have a charger nearby, you could switch the device’s full-color screen to grayscale mode to extend its battery life. Continue reading to find out how.
If you accidentally delete some of your important photos or videos on the iPhone or the iPad, follow this guide to recover them for free, without using any third-party apps.