How to share an event on iPhone and iPad
- Launch the Calendar app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Either create a new event or tap an existing event that you'd like to share.
- Tap on the Edit button in the upper right hand corner.
- Tap on Invitees.
- Add all the email addresses of the people you'd like to share the event with.
- Repeat the process for each person you'd like to invite.
- Tap Invitees in the top left when you're done in order to return to the previous screen.
- Tap the Done button in the upper right hand corner.
How to accept an event invitation on iPhone and iPad
- Launch the Calendar app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap on the Inbox button in the lower right hand corner.
- Tap Accept to add the event to your calendar. Tap Decline or Maybe to refuse the invitation or wait so you can decide later.
1. Get creative with emoji
You've no doubt already heard that iOS 8.3 comes with a bucket-load of new emoji symbols for you to play around with. As well as a more ethnically diverse set of characters you also get new additions such as an Apple Watch and more flags. To find the extra faces, open up the emoji panel on the keyboard (via the smiley) then press and hold on an icon.
2. Make calls over Wi-Fi
Update your iPhone to iOS 8.3 and you gain the superpower of being able to switch seamlessly between Wi-Fi and cellular networks for your calls—provided you're on a compatible network. The trick works with EE in the UK and Sprint and T-Mobile in the US, and you can activate it by heading to the Wi-Fi Calls entry in the Phone section of Settings.
3. Use Google's two-factor authentication easily
Apps and platforms that don't support Google's two-factor authentication require an app-specific password, which means another step to navigate. In iOS 8.3, when you add a Google account through Mail, Contacts, Calendars in Settings, you'll be prompted for a standard verification code instead of a password, making the process more straightforward.
4. Connect to CarPlay wirelessly
If you're the earliest of early adopters then you'll be pleased to know that iOS 8.3 supports CarPlay wirelessly—in other words, there's no need to connect your phone or tablet up to a head unit with a Lightning cable. To set it up you need to start from the car side by pressing and holding the voice control button on your dashboard.
5. Filter out iMessage spam
As anyone with your Apple ID email address can hit you up with an iMessage, you might occasionally get communications from people you don't know, but iOS 8.3 helps you filter these out more easily. Go to Settings, Messages and then tap Filter Unknown Senders to create a new section in Messages that makes it easier to see and report spam.
6. Make speakerphone calls with Siri
Perhaps you didn't know that launching speakerphone calls with Siri was previously impossible—but now it most certainly is an option. If you ask Apple's helpful digital assistant to call someone "on speaker" then the speakerphone is used, and it can come in handy on the move, in meetings, in your car, and various other places where hands-free is preferable.
7. Download free apps without entering your password
Having to enter your password every time you install an app is great from a security standpoint but a bit of a hassle when you're working on an apps round-up or something similar. You can now set the App Store to never ask you for a password for free downloads: from Settingschoose iTunes & App Store then Password Settings. If you have restrictions enabled (viaGeneral, Restrictions) then it appears on that screen instead. The option isn't available if you use Touch ID.
Learn how to add one or more of your email accounts in Mail on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Add an email account on your iOS device
- Tap Settings.
- Scroll down and tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
- Tap Add Account.
- Select your email provider. If you don't see your email provider listed, tap Other > Add Mail Account.
- Provide the required information to finish adding your account.
If you use a common email provider, your device will load your email settings automatically. If your device doesn't load these settings and you don't know them, contact your email provider and ask for this information:
My Email settings
My email address:
My email provider:
Incoming Mail Server Settings
Account type (POP or IMAP):
Incoming Mail Server:
Incoming server port number:
Incoming server supports SSL? (yes or no):
Outgoing Mail Server Settings
Outgoing mail server:
Outgoing server port:
Outgoing server supports SSL? (yes or no):
With AirDrop, you can share photos, videos, websites, locations, and more with people nearby with an Apple device.
What you need
To share content with AirDrop, both people need one of these devices using iOS 7 or later, or a Mac with OS X Yosemite:
- iPhone 5 or later
- iPad (4th generation or later)
- iPad mini
- iPod touch (5th generation)
You also need to turn on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. If you want to share with your contacts, sign in to your iCloud account.
Turn on AirDrop
Use Control Center to turn AirDrop on or off and control whom you can share content with.
- Swipe up from the bottom of your screen to show Control Center.
- Tap AirDrop.
- Choose one of these options:
- Off: Turns off AirDrop.
- Contacts Only: Only your contacts can see your device.
- Everyone: All nearby iOS devices using AirDrop can see your device.
You can share content from apps such as Photos, Safari, Contacts, and more.
- Tap the content you want to share.
- Tap Share or .
- Depending on the app, you might be able to select other items you want to share.
- Tap the name of a nearby AirDrop user or the Apple device. If you're sharing Contacts Only and can't find a nearby user, check that both of you are signed in to an iCloud account. If you still can't find a nearby user, consider setting AirDrop to Everyone. You might also need to turn off Personal Hotspot on one or both devices.
The other user will receive an alert with a preview of the content you want to share, and can either accept or decline. If the other user accepts, they'll get the content in the app you sent it from. For example, photos will appear in the Photos app and websites will open in Safari.
Using parental controls, you can restrict explicit content from displaying in the iTunes Store. You can also disable podcasts, radio content, the iTunes Store, and shared music so that these items don't appear on the left side of the iTunes window.
Set parental controls
You can find parental controls in iTunes preferences on your computer. To get there, follow these steps:
- Open iTunes and go to iTunes > Preferences (Mac) or Edit > Preferences (PC).
- Click the Parental tab.
On the Parental tab, use the checkboxes to disable and restrict items from the iTunes store. You can also set rating levels for music, movies, TV shows, and apps using the menus to the right of these items.
If you want to prevent other people from making changes to your parental controls, click the lock icon and enter the administrator password for your computer. You'll use this password anytime you want to make changes to parental controls.
Click OK to save your changes.
You can limit what content your children have access to via Parental Controls (also know as Restrictions on an IOS device). This allows you to block explicit content, restrict content, restrict which movie your children have access to based on their rating, and more.
To enable Restrictions on IOS device, go to Setting, then General, and then Restrictions. You can choose to :
- Restrict access to many different types of actions, such as using iTune, downloading apps, downloading In-App Purchases, and more.
- Restrict access to specific content type such as movies and apps.
- Restrict access to specific TV shows, and apps based on their rating.
- Restrict explicit music and podcasts from displaying in the iTunes store.
- Change settings so that a password is required at every download instead of every 15 minutes.
Turn on Restrictions
You can turn on and adjust Restrictions on your device by following these steps.
- Tap Settings > General.
- Tap Restrictions.
- Tap Enable Restrictions and enter a passcode. You'll need the passcode to change your settings or turn off Restrictions.
Snapchat-Like photos and videos
You can now send instant self-destructing videos, audio clips and pictures to your contacts via iMessage, not unlike Snapchat. To send a picture, go to your message window and tap and hold the camera icon on the left hand side. A small circular window will emerge, allowing you take a quick snap. A word of warning: once the picture or video has been shot, it will send immediately, there is no confirmation or edit screen, so make sure you don’t test this one while sitting on the toilet.
Mute individual people
If you don’t want to mute your entire phone but there’s someone constantly texting you, you can now mute individual people from your contact list. Open their message window, select details in the top right corner and then swipe the Do Not Disturb button. You will no longer be notified of their messages until you turn Do Not Disturb off.
Siri’s power continues to grow in iOS 8 thanks to its recent marriage with Shazam, a music identification service. Hold down your home button to activate Siri and say “Siri, what song is this?” wait for it to say “Let me listen” then hold your device up to the song that you’re trying to identify. This service is surprisingly accurate.
Share your location
If you’ve arranged to meet a friend somewhere, don’t bother trying to explain where you are, show them. iOS 8 comes with the ability to share your exact location. Tap Details in the top right of your message window and select Send My Current Location. The recipient will get a snapshot of your current whereabouts. If you’d like to share your location that updates as you move, select Share My Location instead.
Automatically send last location of phone before it dies
If you misplace your iPhone, Find My iPhone will use your device’s GPS to pinpoint its exact location. However, your phone will need some power for this feature to work. A good way to combat the power issue is to tell your phone to broadcast its last location right before the battery dies. Turn this on by going to Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone.
- Launch the Facebook app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap on More in the bottom navigation.
- Tap on Settings, it's all the way towards the bottom.
- Tap on Videos and Photos.
- Tap on Auto-play.
- Tap on Never Play Videos Automatically.
While there are tons of calendar options available currently in the App Store, there are tons of users who have been patiently waiting for the official Google Calendar to finally be available. Like its Android counterpart, Google Calendar for iOS will allow events to be created right from Gmail, offers various assists to speed up the process of entering events, and has a great schedule view. The features aren't the only thing Google brought over from the Android version, they have also copied the Material Design language of the application over as well.
In addition to viewing your Google calendar this application will work with any calendars that you happen to have set up on your device, like as an iCloud account. The download is available now so be sure to check it out and let us know what you think of it.
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Apple announced on Monday that the Apple Watch will be available in nine countries beginning April 24, with pre-orders starting on April 10. The first wave launch countries include the United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan and United Kingdom. Apple Watch will be available for purchase by reservation at Apple Stores, online and at select authorized resellers in China and Japan.
“Apple Watch begins a new chapter in the way we relate to technology and we think our customers are going to love it,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “We can’t wait for people to start wearing Apple Watch to easily access information that matters, to interact with the world, and to live a better day by being more aware of their daily activity than ever before.”
Apple Watch Sport will cost $349 for the 38mm model and $399 for the 42mm model, the stainless steel Apple Watch will range between $549 to $1099, and the 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition will cost between $10,000 to $17,000. Customers will be able to preview and try on the Apple Watch by booking an appointment at the Apple Store, or by visiting Galeries Lafayette in Paris, Isetan in Tokyo or Selfridges in London after April 10.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced during the "Spring Forward" media event that the Apple Watch will have 18 hours of battery life on a single charge. Bands will retail for between $49 and $449, with additional magnetic chargers costing $29 for a 1-meter cable and $39 for a 2-meter cable. A new bands and accessories page on the Apple Online Store lists all of the available add-ons for Apple Watch.
During its big "Spring Forward" Apple Watch event, Apple announced that it will release iOS 8.2 to the public today, with support for the upcoming Apple Watch and a range of bug fixes. iOS 8.2 was first seeded to developers along with the WatchKit SDK back in November, allowing them to begin preparing apps for the device.
iOS 8.2 is available today as an over-the-air download.
Apple is already working on the next update to iOS, iOS 8.3, and iOS 8.4 is also said to be in the works.
One of the great function in IOS 8 is a speech function that can read the content of the screen. So if you want tot give a break to your eyes. turn on the speech function, let your iPhone or iPad read to you.
follow the following steps to turn on the speech function :
1. select "SETTING"
2. select "GENERAL"
3. select "ACCESSIBILITY"
4. select "SPEECH"
5. turn on the "SPEAK SCREEN" function (hit the button, it will turn to green color to turn on the function)
6. select "VIOICE" to slecet the language
7. adjust the "SPEAKING RATE" for the speak speed
Now the Speech function is ready to use.
All you need to do is opne the content that you want iPhone or iPad read to you, then swipe down with 2 fingers from the top of the screen to hear the content of the screen