Icons Size: New Way to Make App Icons Smaller or Larger on iPad

change app icons size iPad iOS 13

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.

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How to Update Galaxy Apps Without Samsung Account

Samsung Galaxy File Manager

In this simple guide we will explain how you can check for updates and actually update native apps on your Galaxy device without logging in to Galaxy Store and without having Samsung account.

The only “but” is that you have to open Samsung apps one by one and check each of them for available new version.

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How to Restore Default Display on Mi Band 4

Mi Band 4

What’s the Problem with Display (Theme)?

Mi Fit app suggests changing Band Display layout as a personalization option. But once you change the display theme to a non-default you may start experiencing some problems: Mi Band may stop responding to your swipe and tap gestures, scroll the wrong direction or even may go back to the home screen by itself. Often users think that Mi Band 4 freezes because it is a glitching piece of tech but the culprit is actually display themes for some reason. But fortunately you can fix these screen responsiveness related problems by reverting to the default screen.

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How to Stop My iPad and MacBook from Ringing When I Receive a Call on My iPhone?

stop iPad and Mac from Ringing when iPhone receives a call

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.

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