iOS 12.1.2 Recommendations

Update Issues Continue With additional research, there seems to be another problem with iOS 12.1.2 update. WiFi issues with the phone and connecting are causing issues around the world. I’ve included an article below that explains a little more about what’s happening. Reminder Check your settings and make sure your “software update” is turned off. I just checked mine and found “Cancel Auto Install” in red text. I cancelled that as well. That’s something new I’ve not seen before. Please check your settings to make sure you also cancel the auto install if found again. Check again in a few … Continue reading iOS 12.1.2 Recommendations

Free App Fun-Kindle for iPhone Or iPad

New Feature Starting Today! Today I’m starting something new.  Wanted to give you a look into some of the best and easy to use “free” apps to downlaod on your iPhone or iPad.   If you try it and don’t like it, you can easily delete. First Things First:  Downloading Apps You’ll need to open your App Store app which is Apple’s store for all apps created by Apple and other approved developers.  The icon looks like the first photo in this post. Search the word Kindle and you’ll see this icon to download the app. Kindle App If you … Continue reading Free App Fun-Kindle for iPhone Or iPad

Merry Christmas! Delay iOS Update 12.1.2

Thank you to each of you who take the time to read, share, comment, and like my blog posts!  It’s been a whirlwind 6 months of blogging and I’m learning more everyday. I hope you continue to come back and are even more engaged with questions and comments into the new year too!  Maybe Santa will bring you all the “Apples” you asked for and some you didn’t know you needed! 📱⌚️💻 Update Issues with iOS 12.1.2 Now the not so good part!  Apple released this update about 5 days ago.  After waiting and reading what’s involved with this update, I … Continue reading Merry Christmas! Delay iOS Update 12.1.2

How to Use Apple Pay

Why Use Apple Pay? I’ll start off by saying using Apple Pay, in my opinion, is an awesome feature on iPhones, Macs, and Apple Watch. I use Apple Pay regularly. It’s convenient and more secure.  Once you add your cards, you’ll find them in your “Wallet” app. Many people don’t like to add credit cards to their devices, but in my opinion, this one is the best options to avoid having your credit card number stolen.  I’m only writing this post to make you aware of options available to use on your device. Apple Pay can be used in many … Continue reading How to Use Apple Pay

3 Easy Tips Using Siri

Hey Siri, Turn On the Flashlight! Yes, you can have Siri turn on or off your flashlight on your iPhone.  One of the most recent things I’ve found that Siri can do for me.  Siri has gotten faster and more fun to use. You can use even more complex statements like, text mom I’ll be over around 9 tonight.  Or call mom on speaker! You can use Siri to set alarms, appointments, even reminders, “remind me to get gas when I leave work”.  How cool is that?  Here’s a previous post on using location based reminders you might like as … Continue reading 3 Easy Tips Using Siri

New Apple Watch 5.1.1 Update

Old Update Pulled In October, Apple pulled the 5.1 update because it was “bricking” watches. Bricking means your watch (can actually happen to any device) just stops working in the process of updating.  It’s something only the Apple Store can resolve for you, which usually means they replace the device.  Here’s the previous post on the 5.1 update Do Not Update Apple Watch New Update Available The new 5.1.1 update is ready and I updated last week!  I searched and didn’t find any issues that were being reported.  There were several bug fixes and the Walkie Talkie app has been tweaked … Continue reading New Apple Watch 5.1.1 Update