Apple has released iOS 11.4.1, which offers fixes for some bugs, as well as USB Restricted mode. If you are unsure how to update your device. iMore gives good step-by-step instructions in the link below: Source: How to download and install iOS 11.4.1 on your iPhone or iPad
In an emergency you may be unable to tell first responders critical information about your health. But if you take a few minutes to setup the Medical ID in your iPhone, it may be able to provide the health information they need. Apple.com already has a thorough web page about it so there is no need [...]
Yesterday, a Texas friend of mine, told me a few “You Know Your From Texas” jokes she had seen on Facebook: “If you’ve had a long telephone conversation with someone who just dialed the wrong number, you may live in Texas.” “If someone in a Lowe’s store offers you assistance but they don’t work there, [...]
Yesterday a senior citizen customer of mine called me after she had been to her local Apple store. She had taken in an iPad that had an email issue. The Apple Genius (the name used by Apple for their technical support staff) she was assigned to worked on the problem for about 30 minutes and [...]
There have been numerous issues associated with the new iOS 9.3 update, as referenced here by GottaBeMobile and TechRadar. For some users, even iPhone 6, the phone requires them to log in with their apple ID but results in an error that says verification failed because it cannot connect to the iCloud server. Furthermore, in iCloud [...]
A great resource for Apple ID information from @erikeckel at @TechRepublic. Your Apple ID controls much more than your iTunes account. Get the answers concerning common questions about Apple IDs – TechRepublic.