I recently put my MacBook Air back onto Big Sur after running into some iCloud Photo sync issues so also decided to drop my iPhone back to iOS 14 to get them in line. What I’m coming to realise is that iOS 15 actually is a minor release, I’d suspected this but in use itContinue reading “iOS 14 vs iOS 15”
The weather app in iOS 15 has had a nice update but the often incorrect weather warnings of rain get a little annoying after a while. The good news is that you can turn these off. Do the following Head into the settings app Tap notifications Tap weather Tap the toggle switch to turn off
I’ve been using iOS 15 development beta 2, which was updated last week to be in line with the official public beta release. I’m not in a position where I have lots of iPhone’s lying around so they go straight onto my daily phone, an iPhone 11. I’ve been using my phone as I wouldContinue reading “What’s the iOS 15 public beta like to use on your daily phone?”
iOS 15 works well for a beta so far but as with most years some banking apps aren’t working. I’m seeing a lot of people hassling banks to update their apps now but even though it’s a public beta app makers have no reason to rush through updates to help you. This is especially trueContinue reading “Don’t hassle developers if you’re running the iOS 15 beta”
With the public beta of iOS 15 now available you’ll see me talking more about my thoughts on the new OS here on my blog. I’ve been using it since beta 1 last month and I’ve got a few thoughts around running it on the iPhone 11. First off with beta 2 I’m not seeingContinue reading “Using the iOS 15 beta on the iPhone 11”
As someone that likes to tinker with the latest and greatest I always tend to be honest with myself and know that I’ll end up most probably ruining my daily devices with the beta. I’m glad to report that iOS 15 Beta 1 (at least on my iPhone 11) is one of the best firstContinue reading “Should you install iOS 15 Beta 1?”
One of the new features in iOS 15 is added privacy protection in Mail. This stops people seeing how you interacted with the mail they sent you. I’d recommend turning this one on. You can do this by heading in settings > mail > privacy protection and then enable the toggle switch.
Switching to iOS from Android has been improved in iOS 15 with these changes. This is a feature that I’m yet to test in beta but seeing more data and settings moved over in your migration will make moving from Android that little bit smoother.
I’m playing with these apps but for now I wanted to share summaries of key apps, here’s Notes.
Nice to a few updates to reminders, I’ll report back once I’ve tested it.