How to customize your iOS 16 lock screen with widgets and wallpaper

Your lock screen can do a lot more in iOS 16: this platform update provides a level of lock screen customization that iOS has never offered before, including widgets and wallpaper options. It’s all about personalization–you have lots of options to change the way it looks, and a host of widgets to add more useful info. Where it used to be that every iPhone had the same Lock Screen with different static wallpapers, with iOS 16 everyone’s screen will be personal to them. Even better, you’re not stuck with just…

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Perfect trick to safe your iPhone speakers from water and dust

No matter how you use it, the speaker holes on your iPhone eventually get clogged up with dust particles, dirt, or wax. This will affect the sound quality and loudness when you play music, incoming call rings, and while speaking over a call. You must be already looking for a way to remove all dust and clean your iPhone’s speakers without damaging them. Well, there are a million ways to solve this but we handpicked the safest methods you can try to clean the iPhone speaker holes. So you’ve dropped…

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How to copy text from image in Iphone & Android without apps

Smartphone cameras can not only click pictures but also can do so much more. Lately Google and Apple both have integrated some features into their ecosystems that let you copy text from your images on your phone. Here, we’ll show you can copy text from your pictures on your phone whether it’s Android or iPhone. With so much of our lives spent online, we’re often bringing things from the real world into the digital space. Google Photos makes it easy to copy and paste text from a photo and it…

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Is it a good time to switch from android to iPhone?

According to multiple reports and surveys, Android users are now more likely to switch to using an iPhone than they’ve ever been before. Information security companies unanimously agree that Apple devices are more secure than Android devices. Android phones get malware and viruses particularly from app stores. Apple’s App Store has fewer apps to offer than the Android phones’ app store, but the number of available apps is not the most important element of app stores. Apple is very careful with selecting which app developers gain access to the so-called Apple…

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