Download iOS 12.2 Today and Try Out These New Features


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Right on cue—it being Apple announcement day and all—the services-oriented tech giant has released the latest version of its iOS operating system. If you don’t already have it, or have yet to receive the notification that an iOS update is available, simply tap on your Settings app > General > Software Update to begin…

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Try Out iPhone Automation with This List of 150+ iOS Shortcuts 


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I confess, I haven’t really touched iOS shortcuts much since the feature’s big debut last September, but don’t let my laziness dissuade you from fiddling around with them. If you’re just getting started, you should find some awesome premade shortcuts to integrate into your device instead of spending way too much time…

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How Do I Restore Deleted iPhone Messages?


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It happens to the best of us. You’re going about your day, tapping through your smartphone while navigating around your little slice of the world. Before you know it, you realize that you’ve accidentally done something on your device you didn’t mean to do—at least, that’s the scenario I’m envisioning for this week’s…

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Should I Update My Older iPhone With the Latest OS?


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Hi! In this week’s edition of Tech 911—the column that attempts to answer all of your emailed questions (please email us your questions)—we’re taking a look at an issue that affects more people than you might think at first: updates. Specifically, should you really update your device to the latest and greatest version…

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How to Hide Your App Folder Names in iOS


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If you’re the kind of person who uses a little creativity when organizing the apps on your iPhone or iPad—by icon color, for example—it might be time to take your device’s look to the next level. Sure, you can name your folders something descriptive and/or witty, like “yellow” instead of the category of the apps found…

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Apple’s Screen Time Report Is Not Accurate for Tracking Your Habits


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iOS 12 is out, and a lot of people are suddenly realizing that they spend way too much time on their smartphones. Way. Too. Much. Time. That’s all thanks to the Screen Time feature you’ll find within your device’s Settings menu—right under “Do Not Disturb.” Tap it, and your iPhone or iPad will give you all sorts of…

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Check Out Our Favorite Reader-Submitted iOS 12 Shortcuts 


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A mere two days ago—fresh off the official launch of iOS 12 and the grand renaming debut of Apple’s Shortcuts app—I asked Lifehacker readers for your favorite Shortcuts that you’ve been working on. I realize we all haven’t had much time to play with Shortcuts, but surely you’ve come up with one or two gems in that…

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How to Autofill Passwords Using LastPass, 1Password, or Dashlane in iOS 12


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There are a lot of fun new tricks in iOS 12. And if you’re big on security—who isn’t!—you’re going to love all the little password-themed features that Apple has dropped into its latest mobile operating system. Some of them are pretty obvious, like being able to autofill SMS-based authentication codes without having…

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How to Get the Final Version of iOS 12 Before Monday’s Release


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The “Golden Master” of iOS 12—which should be the final version releases to the public on Monday, September 17—is now available. If you want to get your hands on the new iPhone and iPad operating system a few days before everybody else— by“everybody else,” I mean “normal people who don’t run public betas of operating…

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What’s the Best Way to Unlock Your iPhone?


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I remember all the hubbub when Apple first announced Face ID back in September of 2017. There were countless articles and thought pieces criticizing Apple for the terrible experience its new security technique was about to create. Instead of just pressing on your iPhone’s Home button, a natural task as you pull your…

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The 2018 Lifehacker Pack for iOS: The Essential iOS Apps


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Trying to find the perfect iOS apps can be tough, and we’re willing to bet that your iPhone or iPad is full of pages and pages of apps. There’s just so much out there, it’s hard to come up with a short list of favorites. We understand. Allow us to help you with our freshly updated Lifehacker Pack for iOS.

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Learn the Basics of Beatmaking with This Open-Source Synthesizer App


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iOS: One of the best parts of any science-fiction game or movie are those ominous tones that suggest a conversation or discovery is about to head south—a quintessential part of the soundtrack that adds a lot of atmosphere (and tension) to an experience. And now, thanks to an open-source iOS app, you can make your own…

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Track Your Incoming Packages with ‘Arrive’ for iOS


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iOS: We all get a lot of stuff in the mail these days. While you can sign up for all kinds of package-tracking services from the major shipping carriers, including individual tracking updates if you only care about an occasional package that’s on the way, I find it easiest to use an app like Arrive to keep track of…

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