Having the lyrics of a song at your disposal is a powerful tool. Not only do the lyrics help a song make a lot more sense, knowing them often times makes the songs more enjoyable to listen to, because you’re able to follow along. Tapping your foot to the rhythm is great and all, but sometimes you want to be able to sing along, and that can only be done by knowing the lyrics. But how exactly do you get the lyrics for all the songs on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch? It could be done manually, but that is a long and tedious process nobody wants to go through, especially if you have a larger library of songs. Thankfully, tools have been created that can do this task automatically. [Read more...]
iOS 7 will be a major upgrade of the operating system your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch will run on. Deemed as the biggest change to iOS since it was introduced, you can guarantee iOS 7 will change the way you use your device. Here are four things you can do to prepare your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch for iOS 7. [Read more...]
Google+ has been notorious for sending out notifications for every little thing. Someone +1′s your comment. Someone shared your photo. Someone added you to their circles. The list goes on and on. But what if you don’t actually want all these notifications? What if you just want to be notified for the important things? It’s actually not that hard to manage Google+ notifications on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Here’s how it’s done. [Read more...]
When launching an application on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch for the first time, the application is likely to ask you if you’d like to enable push notifications. No harm in doing so, right? That’s not always the case – some apps tend to overuse this ability, and annoy the heck out of you.
Luckily for us, it’s not that difficult to manage push notifications on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Here’s how it’s done. [Read more...]
Ever plug your iPhone or iPad in to see that it’s not charging? Although this can be scary, it may not actually be that hard to fix. If your iPhone or iPad won’t charge, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the battery is dead. Before fearing the worst, try these steps below. [Read more...]
One of the scariest things that can happen to any electronic owner is dropping their beloved device in water. Unfortunately, this is a pretty common occurrence, but it’s actually not something to worry about. If you drop your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch in water, you can follow these steps to fix it quickly and easily. [Read more...]
When we sell an electronic device, that once held personal information, the last thing we want to do is have it be restored by someone bad, and exploited. We hear all the time about how people’s credit cards are being stolen after failing to wipe their computer’s hard drive properly, and the same thing is possible with an iDevice. Luckily, wiping an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch clean is a pretty easy process.
You can now do this directly on the device. Simply open up the Settings application, navigate to General, then Reset, and then click on Erase All Content And Settings. If you have a passcode lock enabled, you will be prompted to enter it before continuing. Once you’ve done that, it may take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours to wipe your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch clean.
Make sure the device has a decent charge before starting this process. If it doesn’t, plug it in. The device can still charge while its hard drive is being wiped.
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What if I told you by following only five easy tips, you could completely change the way you use the iPhone? What if I told you that following these five easy tips will make using your iPhone much easier and enjoyable to use. What if I told you that following these tips can even save you money in the future? Sounds good, right? Yep, it is. So let’s get started, shall we? [Read more...]
Here at iOS Universe, we want to appeal to everyone, with all knowledge and experience levels regarding iOS and iOS devices. This includes those who have just gotten their very first iPhone, and are wanting to learn how to use it. Familiarizing yourself with your new iPhone, or any new device for that matter, can be a daunting process. And we want to make it easier for you.
Those of you who use an iOS device on a regular basis know that despite the many great things about them, one thing that can get away of your experience is a not so great battery life. Heavy iPhone users may even find themselves charging their device every day. Luckily, there are quite a few things you can do to increase the length of the devices battery, although doing so comes at the expense of disabling some of the cool features the device has. When choosing to do these, you have to decide if you really need the features that are running, or if saving battery power is more important to you.