iMore’s Ultimate Guide to Using iPhone and iPad Features

Yesterday I posted an in-depth description of using Notification Center on your iPhone and iPad, today iMore posted an excellent guide for using all the basic features of iOS. Included in iMore's article are instructions for deleting apps, using the Control Center, creating folders, quitting apps, multi-tasking, and using Siri among other things.

This is a great article for any lawyer that is new to using an iPhone or iPad or who just feels like they can't use their device to its full extent. Keep your eyes on our site for further in-depth articles on features like these to come.

This post was written by Steven Butler. Steven is a full-time Delaware attorney that limits his practice to Social Security Disability. Along with being an editor at iPlug Delaware, he is a partner at Linarducci & Butler, PA.

 

iPhone Reset Options Explained

2014-05-09 11.29.40Have you ever looked at the reset menu on your iPhone, and thought, “what does it all mean!!!!!”. If so, Redmond Pie has an excellent article that explains what all the reset options do in iOS 7. The Reset options are located in the Settings App, General Settings, then Reset.

Most of the time these setting will just be used before you are switching devices, but if you are running into weird problems on your iPhone or iPad, some of the reset options may help solve your problem without doing a full “Erase All Content and Settings”. Head over to Redmond Pie for a full description of each option.