Sooner or later Google app will suggest you to use your device to accept and decline the access to your Google Account. If you agree, you will receive log in requests on this device when you sign in to your account on a new piece of hardware. You will see the “Unlock your Pixel” or “Unlock your Galaxy S10” prompt on a new device, then you are to take your trusted device in hands and tap Yes to confirm that it is really you trying to log in to your Google account (Gmail, YouTube, Google Photos, or whatever from Google ecosystem). But in some cases you may want to exclude a particular phone or tablet from the list of trusted devices.
App icons size has always been the popular issue on iPhone and iPad. Someone wants to fit more icons on a single home screen, another person prefers bigger icons due to their age. Tastes differ. Over the years and until today, iPhone and iPad owners have resorted to a workaround – they used the Screen Zoom option to make app icons larger. But iPadOS 13 brought us a new marvelous native feature and now you can make app icons bigger or smaller at your taste and switch between the two icons sizes when you need it.
The method was introduced on July 2019 and is applicable to iPads running iPadOS version 13 beta 5 or later.
Apple created a nice feature that allows you to answer phone calls not only from iPhone but from other devices as well. For instance, you are working on your iPad and suddenly you receive a phone call. You don’t have to put one device aside and take your iPhone – you can answer that call right on your iPad. All this works through Facetime and only in case when all your devices are using the same Apple ID.
The Problem of Ageing Battery on iPhone
Your iPhone has a lithium-ion battery pack inside it that has a limited lifespan. As its charges/discharges count grow, its capacity becomes lower and lower and sooner or later your iPhone is no more capable of to develop peak performance. In some cases your iPhone can even shutdown unexpectedly due to power shortage.
In iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 respectively the App Store has been redesigned. ANd the main question that I hear during the last week from those who installed iOS 13 beta is How do I update apps (or check for updates)? Everything is not difficult, however, I liked the way it worked before – in iOS 12 and earlier versions.
Some time ago we explained how to reject all unknown callers using the DND mode. But frankly it was a workaround rather than solution. And here is the good news: finally iOS 13 brings us another marvelous feature that makes your iPhone automatically reject all unknown callers. It works according to a simple algorithm: if the phone number of an incoming caller is not in Contacts, Messages or Email, it will be immediately rejected and you will hear no sound. Read how to activate it.