iPhone Tricks Most Users Fail To Realize

The iPhone is amazing. Apple has crafted an exquisite product that combines quality hardware and software, bringing a totally fluid and satisfying user experience.


However, not every iPhone user is aware of all the cool features and characteristics the smartphone has up its sleeve. And if you want to know them, read on.

1. Don’t expose your iPhone to too much heat or cold. Instead, you should always try to keep your phone at room temperature so that it will not shut done and get damaged.

2. Your iPhone also contains so many germs. The more you and other people touch an iPhone, the more it gets filled with germs. You might even sneeze on it. Thus, clean it using a soft, lint-free cloth from time to time.

3. Too many apps will drain your iPhone’s power. If you are no longer playing Angry Birds or Plants Versus Zombies, maybe you can delete it to save space and power.

4. Don’t let your GPS kill your phone’s battery life. If you aren’t using the “Find My iPhone” app that’s useful if you ever lose your phone or any other app that actually needs a GPS, turn it off.

32GB iPhone 7 significantly slower than more expensive versions

Not all iPhone 7s are born equally, according to new tests, which appear to show the cheapest, 32GB versions are significantly slower than the more expensive 128 or 256GB versions and that some have much poorer 4G reception.


Testing by both GSMArena and Unbox Therapy found that the speed of the storage within the 32GB iPhone 7 is significantly slower than that in the more expensive 128GB iPhone 7. Reading data from the storage of the 32GB version of the iPhone 7 was 200Mbps slower than the 12GB version, 656Mbps and 856Mbps respectively. The difference in read speed over 600Mbps is unlikely to be noticeable in day-to-day usage.

However, writing to the storage – saving data including photos, videos, music, apps or any other type of file – was found to be significantly slower on the 32GB iPhone. The 128GB iPhone 7 wrote to memory at 341Mbps, but the 32GB iPhone 7 was over eight times slower at just 42Mbps.

GSMArena found similar results in its testing of the iPhone 7, with a 32GB iPhone 7 Plus reaching write speeds of only 39.6Mbps compared with a 128GB iPhone 7 writing at speeds of 308Mbps.

Meanwhile, testing of different versions of the iPhone 7 Plus have also apparently revealed discrepancies in their cellular performances. According to New York-based Cellular Insights, which conducted tests using networking equipment, the iPhone 7 Plus smartphones with model numbers A1778 and A1784, including those available in the UK and Europe, performed noticeably poorer than those with model numbers A1660 and A1661, including those available in the US.

A1778 and A1784 iPhone 7 Plus smartphones have an Intel modem chip that connects them to the 4G network, while the A1660 and A1661 models use a modem supplied by Qualcomm, a common supplier of modems and processors to many Android smartphones, including the new Google Pixel.

The Intel iPhone 7 Plus models showed at least 30% worse network performance, and in some cases as poor as 75% worse, than the Qualcomm iPhone 7 Plus models. This performance gap means that the Intel iPhone 7 Plus models will have poorer 4G reception than the Qualcomm versions and slower download and upload speeds.

Milan Milanović from Cellular Insights said: “In all tests, the iPhone 7 Plus with the Qualcomm modem had a significant performance edge over the iPhone 7 Plus with the Intel modem. We are not sure what was the main reason behind Apple’s decision to source two different modem suppliers for the newest iPhone.”

In Cellular Insights further testing, it showed that the Intel iPhone 7 Plus models had worse reception than the iPhone 6S in the majority of signal conditions.

Most of the time users blame mobile phone operators when the signal drops out on their smartphone or data speeds are slow, but the testing indicates that depending on smartphone model, it might not always be the fault of the network provider.

iPhone 8 Rumors Hide A Problem

Following on from the use of ceramic materials in the premium Apple Watch Series 2 and the discovery of a number of design patents using the material, there has been an air of anticipation in the geekerati that the presumptively titled iPhone 8 will be built out of ceramic. Not so fast, fabrication fans!


Product designer Greg Koenig has poured oil over that frenzied water. The key arguments are manufacturing process and logistics, but the conclusion is that he thinks the iPhone 8 will ship with a material that is a bit more familiar.

Koenig’s starting points are the marketing materials for the ceramic Apple Watch that detail the manufacturing process, and the knowledge that Apple works with huge volumes of aluminum and ships around one million iPhones per day.

It has taken time to build up the experience (and the machinery) to accommodate the current production line. Moving to ceramics would mean starting again from scratch. Machinery would need to be manufactured, acquired, and installed; the volume of ceramic parts produced would need to be running at new iPhone levels of demand; and the floor space required would not be easily hidden in the supply chain. Koenig writes:

” In fact, if we scale the numbers used in the booklet up to iPhone size devices and cycle times, Apple would need 2 football field’s worth of kiln space for each ceramic iPhone to sinter for the requisite 36 hours. For the 2 hours of hard ceramic machining to finish the case details, Apple would need to go from 20,000 CNC machines, to 250,000. They would need another 200,000 employees to perform the 2 hours of hand polishing to “bring out the strength and luster.”

It’s hard to disagree with Koenig. Apple releasing a ceramic iPhone in a little under eleven months time is unrealistic.

All of this is not to say that there will never be a ceramic-focused iPhone in the future, but the requirements to do so at the scale required for the full run of the iPhone 8 appear beyond even Apple. A shorter run might be possible and the idea of a ‘premium’ iPhone with exotic materials and ludicrous specifications such as a terabyte of memory and extra RAM paired up with design touches such as sapphire crystal for the OLED display, may have a certain appeal in some quarters.

Even though the Apple Watch failed to capture the luxury end of the market with versions costing upwards of $10,000, there’s always a demand for blinged out smartphones. Apple could tap that and ceramics could be a way for a very limited edition to stand out.

But for the vast majority of people looking at the iPhone 8, it’s looking more likely that Apple will use a form of toughened glass. Still, it’s going to be curved at both the front and rear of the iPhone. It might feel like the same surface on the iPhone 7, but the shape and tactile sensations, they going to be all-new. And I’d rather my smartphone designers get the feel right than shoot for a buzzword-worthy material.

How to Block a Number on Any SmartPhones

There are all sorts of reasons to block a number: an ex who won’t stop calling, telemarketers who can’t take a hint, scammers, or an aunt who wants to check in and see why you’re still not married.

When your phone has buzzed one more time than you can take, you know it’s time to block that number. But how? Here are the steps to take by popular operating systems and carriers.


Do Not Call
The first thing to do to reduce the number of unwanted calls coming to your phone is to put yourself into the National Do Not Call Registry. On the site, you can register your phone number or check if your digits are already there. On DoNotCall.gov, you can register up to three phone numbers at once. You’ll also need to include an email address, as you’ll need to confirm your registration. You can also call 1-888-382-1222 from the phone you want to register.

According to the FTC, which runs the registry, your phone number will be added to the registry within 24 hours, but it will likely take up to 31 days for sales calls to stop. If they persist in calling, you can file a complaint.

Operating Systems:

1. iOS


If you block someone from sending you texts, FaceTime, or voice calls, they will be automatically blocked from doing all three things.

To block a number that called you, go into the Phone app, select Recent. Find the number and click the I in the circle next to it. You’ll get a screen with information about the call and actions to take, scroll down to Block This Caller.

If you’re blocking someone in your Contacts lists, go to Settings > Phone > Call Blocking & Identification > Block Contact. That will bring up your contact list, and you can scroll through and select those you want to block. You can also get there via Settings > Messages > Blocked > Add New.

If a number texting you is not on your Contacts list, iOS 10 requires you to add it to your Contacts list before blocking it (tap the number/image on top of the screen > Create New Contact). Then follow the steps above. If you have an older version of iOS, tap the I in the circle at the upper right of the screen, then select Block This Caller > Block Contact.

If you think they’ll sneak a peek at you with FaceTime, then go to that app, find the last FaceTime conversation you had with them, and click the I in the circle next to it. You’ll get a screen with information about the call and actions to take; scroll down to Block This Caller. If it’s someone in your Contacts, go to Settings > FaceTime > Blocked > Add New, and select the name or names to block.

In related news: If you think you’ve been blocked, signs include being sent directly to voicemail for calls, never seeing the “Delivered” message appear under your iMessage, and having your text turn green (as opposed to blue). These things can also happen if the person you’re trying to contact does not have a connection, so don’t freak out right away. But if it’s been awhile and you’re still not getting through.

2. Android
For Marshmallow or Nougat, open Dialer, go to your recent calls list, find the number you want to block and select Block/Report Spam. (If you don’t want to report the number as spam, you can uncheck the box.) Then tap Block.

For Lollipop, go to the Phone app and select Call Settings > Call Rejection (ouch) > Auto Reject List. Type in the number or search for it, select it, and you’re done.

If you use Messenger for messages, tap the name or number that sent you the message on your message list and select Block/Report Spam. (If you don’t want to report the number as spam, you can uncheck the box.) For Contacts, go into Messenger, select Menu > Blocked Contacts > Add a Number and enter the number you want to to block.

See Youtube Video How to Block a Number Here

Apple iPhone 7 vs Google Pixel camera shootout

We’ve already shared over 100 sample images that were captured by the Google Pixel, but we wanted to see for ourselves if the new device is as good as its DxO Mark score claims it is.

With a score of 89, the new Pixel phones have the highest rated smartphones camera ever tested by DxO Mark, placing the Pixel and Pixel XL three points above the iPhone 7 and one point above the HTC 10, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.

To see if the Pixel’s camera is better than that of the iPhone 7, we snapped a handful of shots at the launch event. While the lighting wasn’t the best, the images give us some insight into how the cameras on the two phones compare.

Check out the video for an in-depth look at each shot or browse the gallery below to view the full resolution images captured by the Pixel and iPhone 7.

Since we only have a small sample of photos to go by, we’re not quite ready to declare a winner, but we’ve love to hear your thoughts on the Pixels camera in the comments.





Apple iPhone 7 vs Google Pixel camera shootout Video Here

Apple iPhone 7 vs Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs LG V20 4K video stabilization comparison

Apple’s iPhone 7 features an improved camera system with optical image stabilization (OIS) in addition to Apple’s excellent digital stabilization, so we were curious to see whether it managed to record smoother and more stable video than some of the best-rated camera phones on the market right now.


The two phones that we have chosen for a pair of 1v1 stabilization comparisons are the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the LG V20. The Galaxy S7 Edge features a 12-megapixel camera that has found a loyal following and many people appreciate the quality out of that shooter. The real highlight of Samsung’s system is a new Dual Pixel focusing system that is currently the fastest on the market and works for both still images and videos.

On the other hand, there is the LG V20 that continues on LG’s great camera traditions. It features a 16-megapixel main rear camera along with a secondary, super wide angle camera also on the back. It also features optical stabilization, but its special sauce is nifty manual controls for both image stills and video.

Apple iPhone 7 vs Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 4K video stabilization comparison Video Here

So with all this in mind, we were curious to test the video stabilization of all these phones in real-life conditions. Which one does best? It’s up to you to decide, we provide the factual evidence to support your case right below.

Apple iPhone 7 vs LG V20 4K video stabilization comparison Video Here

Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone 8 specs leaked

The year 2017 will be marking iPhone’s 10th anniversary in the market, and Apple is expected to celebrate it in style with a completely new iPhone launch.


The new iPhone is reportedly set to be called the iPhone 8 and not iPhone 7s. Also, the hardware of this new iPhone is already being worked upon at an office in Herzliya, Israel, according to reports by Business Insider, citing an unnamed local employee. This employee also added that the employees at the Israeli facility work on all new Apple products such as chipset, storage system and camera systems used by Apple’s iPhones.

The anonymous Apple staffer intimated that the next iPhone will be significantly different from the last few previous iPhone models, which have been critiqued as being too similar. On the specification front, the new iPhone 8 will be a complete redesign with an edge-to-edge screen with curved glass, a flexible OLED panel concealing the home button, an all-glass body rather than an aluminium one, Touch ID fingerprint sensor, earpiece and FaceTime camera beneath the screen. The smartphone might also have a better rear-facing camera.

An Apple spokesperson said the company does not comment on rumour or speculation.

How To Develop And Create An Android or iOS Application Without Coding

Today we are going to understand that how we can create or develop an Android or iOS application without knowing programming languages. Just follow the steps and methods below if having any doubt ask in the comment box.

Before we start it, you must have a proper knowledge of how much an Android or iOS is popular in the entire world, as comparison to the other mobile operating system Android has the maximum numbers of users, it has expandable authorities with easy customization and with users friendly alteration which make users more attractive towards theAndroid OS Device.

So we have to know basic facts regarding the Android and iOS popularity but in this post we will discuss the ways for you to develop Android application as well as iOS application so that you can own an application and work with that as per your own choice. If you are one of those who don’t know coding as programming languages to create or develop an Android or iOS Application then worry no more. Without any coding you are going to make your first Android Application by the help of this post.

How To Develop And Create An Android or iOS Application Without Coding

Creating an Android application is the easiest way nowadays, there are many websites which provides you the procedure of making your own Android application. Creating an Android Application without coding.

The below sites are the best for creating and developing your own Android Application:

1 AppsGeyser 


AppsGeyser offers FREE service without taking any charges it also helps its users to make money from the application, the application you create from AppsGeyser will have HTML5 with proper fundamental and greater support from AppsGeyser. It also provides opportunity to its users to grow their business from the application and your application will be watermarks of AppsGeyser.

2 BuzzTouch

Buzztouch is an open source “app engine” that powers tens of thousands of iPhone, iPad and Android applications. Buzztouch is used in conjunction with the iOS and Android software developer kits (SDK’s). Use the Buzztouch control panel to make an app, download the iOS or Android project, and you’re off to the races. Use Xcode or Android Studio to install your app on your device.

3 Appypie 

Appy Pie is the fastest growing cloud based Mobile Apps Builder Software (App Maker) that allows users with no programming skills, to create Android & iPhone applications for mobiles and smartphones; and publish to Google Play & iTunes. With Appy Pie, there is no need to install or download anything, you can just drag & drop app pages to create your mobile app online.

Once the App is published, you will receive an HTML5 based hybrid app that works with Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone and Blackberry.

4 Appyet

If you are still wondering that why Appyet is listed in here, because it is also one of the popular application creater for FREE, you can go to the link as provided it will provide you the explanation of each workout done by the website for its users. You can publish your application to Google Play app store and from where you can generate revenue.

5 Appclay 

AppClay, conceived and created by core development experts atShepHertz Technologies, is an esteemed intuitive interface that enables each one of us- become an App developer effortlessly without any coding, software installation, maintenance and financial investment. Anyone can use AppClay to create HTML5 and ANDROID native Apps supported by all widely popular devices.

All the above websites, some of them are for Android and some for iOS as well, but once you done creating your application you are one of the application owner which supported smartphone OS and after that you can publish your or share your application to your own website as well as Google Play if you created Android Application. The above sites enable you many types of apps like: blog, website, page, business, Food, Youtube, HTML 5, News, etc.. Selecting your appropriate type and go on to enhance your world.

This is How To Develop And Create An Android And iOS Application Without Coding, and you have learned your fundamentals today, if you have any concern related to the stuff we provided, you can direct contact us or you can comment below to lets others users known that you also interested in creating your application.

Apple iPhone iOS 10.0.2 update fixes bugs in headphones Photos

Even if you’ve already updated to iOS 10, Apple has released its first official update for its mobile/TV operating system. Bugs that could shut down the Photos app when turning on iCloud Photo Library and disable app extensions have ben smushed, but folks with the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus may want it for another reason.


Some users complained about the new Lightning-connected EarPods timing out, which would stop their in-line playback controls from working to adjust the volume, answer calls or use Siri.

This update fixes the problem, making things just like they were when your phone had a headphone jack. Of course, you’re probably beta testing iOS 10.1 already, looking forward to new features instead of stable builds with bugfixes .

Either way, the current update should be accessible via your Settings menu now.

Apple Reveals New iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Apple has introduced the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to the masses. It was recently revealed in the Apple Keynote event last September 7. There were certainly changes made on this new iteration of the popular smartphone, but they were not the ones that can warrant that much of a buzz, except of course for its new camera. And while it may not be that smartphone to capture imagination just like before, many avid fans will certainly welcome having a new model to crave for.

The New iPhone 7 Main Features

In the case of the new iPhone 7 Plus, the camera is one feature that many people will be interested in. Many users know that the smartphone camera is one of those often used features. Apple has just given it an upgrade in the new iPhone 7Plus. The new Apple smartphone features what is known as computational imaging. It will allow the phone’s camera and sensors to automatically post-process images it captures, resulting in an improved image overall. Not only that, the new iPhone 7 Plus also comes with a standard as well as a telephoto lens as part of its rear camera module with a 12MP sensor.

iPhone 7 Design

In terms of design, the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus come with a high-gloss finish as well as a seamless and well-protected enclosure. This also made the new iPhone water and dust resistant. The Home button is no longer a physical one. It features a force-sensitive virtual button that runs on a taptic engine. The HD Retina display is also 25 percent brighter than the previous model.

What may also be a departure from the previous model is the iPhone 7’s headphone slot, which is now makes use of the Lightning USB port instead of the usual headphone jack. For owners who still prefer the latter, Apple has also made a headphone jack adaptor available.

Performance wise, Apple says that the new iPhone 7 is way faster than the previous model. It features a new A10 Fusion chip that is 50 percent faster in loading graphics than the A9 chip on the previous iPhone. Aside from that, the company says that the new iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus comes with the longest battery life for an iPhone. It may also be right to mention that Apple has done away with the 16GB iPhone. The new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will instead start with a 32GB model. Pricing for the new models start at $649 for the iPhone 7 and $769 for the iPhone 7 Plus when they come out sometime in late October.