How to Chromecast from iPhone

Google Chromecast is a small device that you can plug into your TV that allows you to stream content from another device to your TV. It is similar to using AirPlay with Apple TV, or using a Roku or Fire TV device. You can stream movies, music and more. In addition to the Chromecast device, … Read more

How to enable Cookies on iPhone

Some users may be wondering how to enable cookies on their iPhones. Different people have different thoughts on whether or not having cookies enabled is an important security/privacy risk. Some websites have functions that depend on cookies, and so will require them to be enabled. Browsers vary in their customizability when it comes to cookies. … Read more

Does AppleCare Cover iPhone Water Damage?

Many iPhone users may be wondering if AppleCare covers water damage. Water damage can occur in many different ways including spilling liquid onto your phone or dropping your phone into water. Although iPhones now have some water resistance, there is still a possibility for your device to be damaged by liquid. Many users are also … Read more

iPhone Flashlight Turning On by Itself? How to Fix

iPhone Flashlight Turns on

Many users have complained that the flashlight on their iPhone accidentally turns on by itself. This happens while their phone is locked and, often, while it is in their pocket. On the iPhone Lock Screen, there is a (non-removable) flashlight button; the problem seems to be that this button gets accidentally pressed while in someone’s … Read more

What is Lost Mode?

Lost Mode

Lost Mode is a feature on Apple products: iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Apple Watch, that allows you to remotely lock your device. So, for example, if you can’t find your iPhone and you are worried it could be in a public place somewhere, you can use Lost Mode to lock the device so … Read more

Does your iPhone’s Screen Keep Dimming? How to Fix

Several users have reported that the iPhone’s brightness keeps dimming on its own. your iPhone’s screen is designed to adapt to different lighting conditions. Your iPhone has an ambient light sensor. This sensor detects the light conditions around you and automatically adjusts your display if auto-brightness is enabled, which is on by default. However, users … Read more