Using the saved password feature in Safari helps you avoid remembering the many different passwords you use on your iPhone or iPad on a daily basis, but it can also be dangerous if you ever need to log into a website on another device. Luckily, you can easily view a list of passwords you have saved in Safari on your iPhone or iPad. Here's how to access all your previously saved passwords in case you ever need to view them for whatever reason.
With the news that Apple acquired Shazam last year, HomePod owners are anticipating enhanced music capabilities in the near future. The song identification service continues to add features, such as offline mode for iOS users. In the meantime, Shazam can easily be used on the HomePod in conjunction with Siri, no iOS device required.
Setting up a new HomePod is normally a seamless experience. Every once in a while there's going to be a hiccup that slows things down. Some HomePod owners have found the initial setup process gets interrupted by a blank white screen. The only option is to cancel, which exits setup and leaves the HomePod not configured. How does one fix the blank screen problem during HomePod setup?
The Podcasts app on your iOS device can quickly fill up with episodes if you're subscribed to a lot of different shows. Sometimes you'll have to clean house to keep your episode list manageable and to save space on your device. First you'll need to decide what shows you no longer really listen to. Navigate to Podcasts > Library > Shows to see a list of podcasts you're subscribed to.
Apple has added a Battery Health section to some iPhone models in iOS 11.3. The performance management feature was created in response to Apple's CPU throttling controversy. The new section in the Settings app allows users to view their maximum battery capacity and disable the performance management feature.
All rechargeable batteries, including iPhone batteries, become less effective as they age. Older batteries have a lower charging capacity which can limit the amount of usage time between charges, and it can cause unexpected device shutdowns. The "performance management" tool throttles your CPU when peak battery performance can't be obtained by your device.