iOS 10 Let You Know Who Is Calling You When Drive and Run

iOS 10 is available to download for all supported device, including iPhone 5/5s/5c/6/6s/SE/7, iPad Pro, iPad Air/Air 2, iPad 4, iPad mini 2/3/4, and iPod touch 6.

After downloading and installing this new iOS operating software on iPhone, you can easily find new features on Settings > Phone. It is about the Announce Calls, which gives all car drivers and sporters some new and better experience – Siri will automatically announce you who is calling you when you are driving or using a headphone on the way.

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How to Use Announce Calls in iOS 10

Step 1. Run Settings app on your device and Tap Phone

Go to Settings > Phone

Go to Settings > Phone

Step 2. Tap Announce Calls.

Tap Announce Calls

Tap Announce Calls

Step 3. There are four choices. If you want Siri tells you who is calling you when driving and using headphone, just select “Headphones & Car”. Or you can select “Headphones Only”, which allows the Siri to announce the incoming calling only when you using headphone.

Set Headphones and Car

Set Headphones and Car

How to See All Call History on iPhone 6/6S/SE/5S

You may wander a way to get old call log of some specific contact on your iPhone, maybe the call history was created some months ago. You may have tried to unlock your iPhone and check the call log, but eventually you found there was only some recently call history listed. So how to get old call history of one specific contact?

Actually, some data recovery software can easily make it to help you view all call history, and even some deleted ones on your iPhone for free. Now let’s follow this post to know how it work.

How to View Call History on iPhone

  1. You can download PhoneRescue and install it on your computer. It’s compatible with both of Mac and Windows.
  2. Connect your iPhone to computer by using your cable. Select “Recover from iOS device” and go forward to scan data on your iPhone.

    How to Get All Call History on iPhone

    How to Get All Call History on iPhone

  3. After scanning, PhoneRescue will lists most of iOS built-in apps with its related data. Just select call history, now you can view all call log here. In addition, it shows you clearly what people called you.
    Recover iPhone Call Log

    Recover iPhone Call Log

    Source: How to Recover Deleted iPhone Call Log

How to Put MP3 MP4 MOV WAV PDF To iPhone 6/6s/SE

After getting one new iPhone, no matter it’s a bigger iPhone 6s Plus or smaller iPhone SE, most of iPhone users would like to transfer something to their iPhone from their computer, where they may have collected thousands of songs, videos and PDF books. For old iPhone users, transferring process would be familiar. However, sometimes, it could be hard for new iPhone users to understand how it work to sync files to iPhone. So we make this tutorial here.

How to Transfer Media Files to iPhone with iTunes

iOS is different from Android. For Android users, getting songs from PC to their device is super easy. After connecting Android phone to computer, the device will be recognized as a USB hard drive, and in this method, you can easily drag and drop files between the device and computer. However, if you get one iPhone, the transferring process would be different – you have to use iTunes to sync data to your iPhone. And sync is different from transfer, what you plan to transfer from iTunes will erase and replace the matched files on your iPhone. And eventually, what you have on your iPhone will be the same as the data on your iTunes. And below we give you a example of this way to transfer MP3 to your iPhone:

Step 1. Run iTunes, collect some MP3 files that you want to put to your new iPhone, and drag and drop them to music category of your iTunes firstly.

Step 2. After add all MP3 files to your iTunes, now connect your iPhone to computer via USB cable or WiFi. Click your iPhone icon

How to Put MP3 to iPhone 6s

How to Put MP3 to iPhone 6s

Step 3. Under “Summary”, select “Music”, and you can turn on Music sync to put MP3 files to your iPhone. In this step, your iPhone Music will be erased and replaced.

Sync Songs to iPhone 6s with iTunes

Sync Songs to iPhone 6s with iTunes

Summary

iTunes enables you to sync photos, movies, books to your iPhone, but some iOS incompatible files cannot be added to iTunes. In addition, you should know that iTunes allows you to sync with only one computer and iTunes cannot help you to get data off iPhone. So if you want to transfer in a simple way, sometimes, you may need professional transfer tool like AnyTrans to help you out.

iOS 9.3/9.3.1 Problem: Can’t Email Photos on iPhone 6/6s

Normally, we can easily attach some images, contacts or some other media files or documents to an email, and send them to our friends’ email accounts. But recently, some iPhone users reported they got a problem after iOS 9.3.1 – that is, after attaching images to the email on iPhone, they cannot email attached pictures to another email account, and they thought the email have been sent, but the emailed person didn’t receive the attached pictures. So what if we meet this problem? How can we solve it?

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How to Fix iPhone Can’t Email Photos

There are some simple tips you can have a try to fix this problem:

  1. Restart your iPhone or Force Restart (Hold both of power and home buttons to restart your iPhone).
  2. Log out your email account and then log in.
  3. Reboot your router.
  4. Reset Network Settings. (You can find by Settings > General > Reset)
  5. Send Again.

You may have some better tips on how to fix this problem, share it on the comment section!

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Backup Photos to iCloud or Mac/PC for iPhone 6s/iPad Pro

Recently, my friend Jack asked me a question about how to backup Camera Roll photos on his new bought iPhone 6s. He said that his iPhone is now full of taken pictures of products that he will upload to his company website. And, these files take up so many storage of his iPhone 6s.

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So how to save and backup these photos to some place and then delete them on iPhone? In this post, we tell you two common ways to backup photos on your new bought iPhone 6/6s, and it is also available to save photos on iPad Pro and other devices in iOS 9/9.1.

Method 1, Transfer Photos from iPhone/iPad to Computer

No matter what iPhone or iPad you are using, you can transfer photos from these iOS device to a computer. And there are many methods you can use to save pictures on your iPhone 6s or iPad Pro to computer.

iPhone Photos to Windows 7:

  1. Connect iPhone/iPad to computer.
  2. If you see AutoPlay popup window, click “Import pictures and videos”.
  3. If you don’t see, click “Start” > Computer, find “Portable Devices”, right click and click “Import pictures and videos”.

iPhone Photos to Windows 8:

  1. Connect iPhone/iPad to computer. (if you first time connect, some drivers will be automatically installed.)
  2. Go to “The PC”, right click and choose “Import pictures and videos”.
  3. Select “Review….import”, and click “More options” at the bottom-left corner of the window.

iPhone Photos to Mac/MacBook:

After installing some app on your Mac, you can easily get photos from your iPhone 6/6s or iPad Pro to your Mac computer, such as using iPhoto, Preview, Aperture or Image Capture. However, all of these apps can import only Camera Roll Photos from your iOS devices to your Mac computer. If you want get more than Camera Roll, for example want to export Photo Stream, Photo Library photos, you can try to use more professional tool, such AnyTrans (supports win 7/8/10 also).

Backup photos to iTunes backup:

If you are using iTunes on your computer, no matter Windows or Mac, you could backup your iPhone/iPad. And as Apple said, the iTunes backup you created with your device contains photos. However, you cannot view the photos on your backup except you restoring your device or using some iTunes backup extractor.

Method 2, Backup Photos to Online Drive

If you have no computer around, you can choose to backup your Photos online. The most common way people use to backup iPhone/iPad photos are Apple iCloud Photo Library – you can upload photos to iCloud and access these files on any iOS device or Mac with your Apple ID. However, there are only 5GB storage available. If you have more than 5GB pictures, you have to pay for more online iCloud storage.

Backing up photos to iCloud Photo Library is quite simple, just unlock your device (iOS 8.3 or later), tap Setting > iCloud > Photos, and turn on iCloud Photo Library. After that, photos and videos will upload when Wi-Fi connected and battery charged.

Of course, there are some iCloud alternatives you can also have a try, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive and MediaFire.

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Downgrade from iOS 9.1 Beta to iOS 9 Final Version [3 Steps]

Apple has officially released the final version of iOS 9 after about 3 month beta testing, and brings some new features to iOS users, including smarter Siri, low-power mode, and some new build-in apps’ improvements (Maps, News, Notes etc).

If you are one of Apple users who have upgraded your device to iOS 9.1 beta, downgrading to iOS 9 final is also worthwhile because the final version is absolutely more stable than beta – beta version is for testing and always has some bugs you can’t fix.

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3 Steps to Quickly Downgrade to iOS 9 Final Version with iTunes 

We find this solution on Apple forum, which tells you how to downgrade from 9.1 beta to iOS 9 without losing your content and setting on your iOS devices.

Step 1. Connect your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch to iTunes.
Step 2. While your device is connected, force restart it.

Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons at the same time. Don’t release when you see the Apple logo. Keep holding until you see the Recovery Mode screen.

Step 3. Choose Update to download and install the latest non-beta version of iOS.

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Safari Crashing Freezing after iOS 9.3/9/8 Update – How to Fix

As one of best mobile browsing apps, safari is popularly used by many iOS devices’ users. However, some Apple users reported that after updating to the new iOS, many apps crashes and freezes, including Safari, iBook etc, And recently, some iOS 9.3 users also complained about this safari problems.

If you are one of these users face the problem about safari crashing and freezing after update to iOS 9.3, maybe you can try the basic tips below to fix it. and these tips applies to other devices in iOS 9 and iOS 8

1, Turn off Safari Suggestions (for iOS 9.2.1 Safari Problem)

Settings > Safari > Turn off Safari Suggestions

2, Disable Safari Synced with iCloud  >>>

Setting > iCloud > Disable by With off Safari

3,  Clean Safari History and Website Data >>>

Setting > Safari > Clear History and Website Data

Setting > Safari > Advanced > Website Data > Remove All

4, Restart or Force Restart iPhone >>>

Turn off iPhone by holding power or by holding both power and home buttons. And then turn on your iPhone.

5, Reset Network Settings >>>

Setting > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings

Source: iBook Crash After Updating to a new iOS

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