Showing posts with label iPhone. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iPhone. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Changing iPhone? Before that, take care of these things.

Changing iPhone? Before that, take care of these things


Until a decade ago, losing data inside a phone was not a big deal. But now even the most sensitive information in daily life is in your phone.


So now that you lose any data inside your phone, personal information is also public. For the same reason, many people are afraid to change their phone. Is the data on the old phone lost when the phone is switched on? Will chats be deleted? Many are afraid of that.

If you want to upgrade to a new iPhone, you can do so without losing any data. There's a way you can safely move your photos, contact numbers, videos, message history, music, calendars, email accounts, and other apps from the old device to the new one.



1. Back up your old iPhone or iPad

First you need to back up your old phone. You can use your iCloud or computer as a medium for this.

To backup iPhone from iCloud, first connect your device to WiFi. Then go to your phone settings and click on your name at the top.

That takes you to the Apple ID page. Select iCloud there. Inside, go to iCloud Backup, then Backup Now.

Since this will depend on the phone you are using, you can take another step. For example, after clicking on your Apple ID page, you will see a list of devices where your Apple ID is signed in.

Select iPhone from the list of devices. From there, select iCloud Backup. Now turn on with the help of Toggle and click on Backup Now.

Then let your phone be backed up for a while with a WiFi connection. Making your iPhone automatically backed up on a daily basis is even more beneficial.

But remember, no more than five GB of data can be stored for free in the cloud. To backup iPhone from Mac computer, connect your phone to MacBook or iMac and open Finder.

You can then see your device after the location on the left. There you will see all your saved data including music, podcasts, photos and files. But if you have saved your photos from iCloud, it will not be visible until you turn off the feature.

Now go to General tab and select Backup Now. Select the Encrypt Your Backup option to save health and activity. Otherwise it will not be saved. Data encryption is the default privacy feature of iCloud.

Connect your iPhone to a desktop or laptop via USB to backup iPhone from a computer with Windows 10 operating system. Click on the iPhone button at the top right. From there, summarize and go to the backup boat.

Encrypt your backup by clicking Encrypt Local Backup and set the password. Encryption also allows you to back up your health and activity data.

Click Edit Now to find your backup. Then go through preferences and devices.


2. Turn off the old phone

Once the phone is fully backed up, turn off the old phone. If you want to use the old SIM card, put it in the new phone.

3. Turn on the new device

Turn on the new phone. Then follow the on-screen commands. Follow the instructions on the screen to connect to the WiFi network.

4. Restore backup

After switching to WiFi, you can back up data like this:

Continue through the setup process until you reach the app and data screen to back up your iPhone or iPad. Once there, tap Restore from the iCloud Backup option. Sign in with your Apple ID.

There select the data you want to backup. Time is also kept in the backup data. If you are constantly backing up your phone, you can select the correct data by looking at the time and size there.

If the computer has your data, connect the phone to the computer. If you are using a Mac running Catalyst 10.15, open Finder and select the device.

If your Mac is using an older operating system or you have a personal computer, open iTunes. In Windows, select where the iPhone appears. Click Restore Backup on the General tab and select the correct date.

5. WiFi connection should be kept stable

Do not disconnect the WiFi connection until the backup is complete. If it is disconnected, the backup process will stop.


Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Troubled by the problem of full storage on the iPhone? Do it

Troubled by the problem of full storage on the iPhone? Do it


The problem of storing flowers in mobiles is a major problem for almost everyone. There are dozens of ways to free up storage on an iPhone.

So if you have enough budget, we advise you to buy an iPhone with enough storage. But if you don't have enough money and the problem of storage flowers keeps recurring, you can use a different solution to solve it.

First of all, you can take some basic steps. For example, delete duplicate photos and screenshots. Back up essential photos and videos to the cloud service. However, if your iPhone's space is not free, take the following steps.


1. Shoot at high efficiency


If you're using the iPhone 7 or the newer iOS 11, Apple has a new 'High Efficiency' compression format, which saves photos in HEIF, the high-efficiency image format, instead of JPEG. Similar videos are saved in HEVC, or High-Efficiency Video Coding, instead of H.264.

According to Apple, HEIF can store twice as many photos as JPEG. The file size is up to 80 percent smaller than JPEG.

A high-efficiency format is enabled by default in iOS XI. But sometimes this setting may be unknowingly turned off on your iPhone. In this case, follow the procedure below to enable it.

First, go to the iPhone's settings. From there, go to the camera format and select High Efficiency instead of Most Compatible.

But high-efficiency formatting has its own limitations. Not all devices support it. If you want to view or share such files on other devices, you need to convert them to JPEG and H.264 formats. There are some special apps and online conversion tools for this.

2. Delete photos and videos from messages


The photos and videos you send in the message also take up space in your storage. To empty storage, manually delete messages and photos in the chatbox. Delete the message in the same way.

If you are using iOS 11 you do not have to do this manually. Go to your settings. From there, log in to General and iPhone Storage and tap on 'Review Large Attachments' at the bottom.

After doing so, you will get a list of all the attachments sent in the message. Go to that list, tap Edit, and select and delete all the items you want to remove.

3. Set the message to be automatically deleted


One of the features of Snapchat is that every message sent to it is automatically deleted after a certain period. That way, your phone's storage is always secure. But the messaging app does not have such a feature.

You have to adjust the settings so that the message will be deleted manually. You can set the time for the message to be automatically deleted. You can adjust the settings to delete messages every year or every 30 days.

To do this, first, go to Settings and go to the message history within the message, tap on Keep Message and adjust the setting there as you see fit. Follow the same procedure for other audio messages.

4. Remove unused apps


IOS Eleven has another storage-saving feature called 'Offload Unused App'. To enable it, first go to Settings. From there go to General and iPhone storage and click on Isbell.

 After doing so, when your storage is low, the iPhone automatically deletes unused apps.

5. Delete cache app data


Apps like Twitter consume a lot of data to load faster. These caches occupy large storage space. Photos, GIFs, and vignettes sit in the media storage section of your Twitter. By deleting such files, you can increase the storage again.

To do this you need to have the latest version of Twitter. Go to your profile icon in the app. Tap Security & Privacy then tap Data Usage.

Then tap Clear Media Storage by pressing on Media Storage. You can use the same setting to free up web storage.

Samsung has been Asia's 'number one' brand for 9 consecutive years


South Korean company Samsung has managed to rule as the top brand in Asia for nine consecutive years. According to the recently released 'Asia Top 1000 Brands' report, Samsung has managed to be number one this year as well.

According to the report prepared by Champion Asia-Pacific in collaboration with Nelson, Samsung has been at the top of the list since 2012. Second, on the list is US tech giant Apple.

Japan's Panasonic, South Korea's LG Electronics and Switzerland's Nestle are ranked third, fourth and fifth respectively. Sony, which was at number four last year, has reached number six this year.


Oppo has made public the fastest charger so far, the mobile will be fully charged in 20 minutes


 Now smartphones can be charged even faster. Oppo has unveiled a 125-watt charger on Wednesday. When it comes to charging power, this capacity charger is the most powerful ever.

According to the company's engineer Jeff Zhang, it will be a game-changing wireless charger. Which will charge the mobile phone battery in the shortest time ever?

This charger can fully charge a 4000 mAh battery of a modern flagship phone in 20 minutes. A zero percent battery can charge up to 41 percent in five minutes. It maintains the temperature of the device at 40 degrees Celsius while charging.


Earlier, Oppo had unveiled a 65-watt charger, surpassing other smartphone brands. It delivers twice as fast results as the 65-watt charger used in phones like the X2 Pro. The 125-watt charger is similar in size to the 65-watt Super VOOC 2.0 Brick Charger. But it has a Type C USB port.

Oppo will also offer 65-watt USB PD and 125-watt PPS support to make its new charger compatible with other devices. Oppo has also unveiled another fast wireless charger at the same event.

The new 65-watt Air VOOC can fully charge a 4,000 mAh battery in 30 minutes. It can also fully charge the phone at a temperature of 40 degrees Celsius. It uses a parallel dual coil design and Oppo's isolated charge pump technology.

But it is not clear when Oppo will unveil the device that will support both of these chargers. However, the company said that such a device is commercially ready.

In fact, Oppo's philosophy is different from other competing technology brands. Instead of prioritizing voltage over other brands, Oppo has been prioritizing the current flowing through circuit points.

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

iPhone 13 has five cameras

Apple maker Apple Corps is set to unveil its iPhone 12 series by November. Various revelations about Apple's much-awaited new version of the iPhone have been going public for a long time.

But not only the iPhone 12, but also the iPhone 13, which Apple is expected to launch in 2021, has been leaked.

A Twitter user named Fudge, who has been revealing various secret news about Apple Company, has made important revelations about the camera on the iPhone 13. According to him, Apple will make extensive upgrades to the iPhone 13, especially in terms of camera technology. He claims that the iPhone 13 will have up to five camera sensors.

According to the leaked fact, one of the five cameras in the iPhone 13 will be a 64 megapixel wide angle camera. It will have 1 times optical zoom and 6 times digital zoom capability. The other camera will be a 40-megapixel telephoto camera, while the third camera will be a 64-megapixel anamorphic lens camera, which will be used exclusively for video. The other camera will have a 40 megapixel ultra wide lens and the fifth camera will have a state-of-the-art lidar sensor.

However, Apple has not officially commented on the information leaked from Twitter, which is considered to be the Twitter handle of Apple's insider. Some argue that it would be difficult to predict the iPhone 13 right now if Apple did not bring the iPhone 12 series iPhone.

It is not clear what kind of camera will be in the iPhone 12. The iPhone 12 will have a 64-megapixel wide-angle camera and will use LiDAR sensor technology for the first time.

The iPhone 12 series is expected to go public between September and November. Apple will bring four models of the series to the market. The iPhone 12 is said to have an OLED display, Five G connectivity and the latest bionic chip.

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus public


Round smartphone in 2020

The circular (circular phone) smartphone in CES 2020 has attracted a lot of attention. The US startup unveiled the smartphone at CES this week. The other product in the exhibition held in Las Vegas is a very diverse variety of products.

It costs $700. The 2G mobile phone of this design had come in 2016.

The 3.5-inch round-shaped mobile has a nine-operating system with a touch screen. The mobile has a 13 mega pixel camera on the front and back. Especially this mobile is made for people with small hands.

This dual SIM mobile has the feature of 2 headphone jacks. It uses 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and a 2,000mAh battery.



According to Christina Sawyer, CEO of Circle Company, some work is being done to fit various other gaming apps into this circle.

The Circle phone has a different system than the Apple iPhone and Samsung brands.