Not many people know about Emergency SOS or how to set it up and use it on a smartphone. It can be lifesaving in almost any scary situation.
Late summer is perhaps the worst time of year to buy a new smartphone.
If you’ve never opened the Shortcuts app on an iPhone or iPad, you’re missing some of the cool things you can do by tapping once on the screen or asking Siri.
More than likely, you’ve seen the Shortcuts app on the iPhone or iPad but since you didn’t know what it does, you’ve never opened it.
Most of us never touch the settings in our smartphone cameras we just point and click. That works fine but these tips and tricks you’ll have to try will make your photos and videos look more professional.
Rather than going to the trouble of selling an old smartphone or tablet for a few bucks, it may be worth more by giving it a second life as a digital photo album, security camera, e-reader or TV remote.
Thousands of parents have signed a pledge to wait until their children are in the 8th grade before giving them a smartphone.
How much space do you need for vacation photos and video? It largely depends on the video and photo settings.
Here are a few things you can do to free up some of the storage space on your phone to make room for new photos and videos and speed up things as well.
Since most everyone uses smartphone cameras to take photos and videos and since no one ever prints those photos on paper, losing them to a simple mistake happens frequently.