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Once you've turned the feature you have to individually enable the password lock on the Note itself. To do this go to the Note in question, and press the share icon and then the "Lock Note" icon. That merely adds the lock icon to the Note. Complicated we know. Now tap on the icon to lock the Note. Next time you access it you will need the password. Be warned if you are trying to access it on a iOS device you've not updated to 9.
Now scribble away until your heart's content. Save attachments to Notes: The system-wide Share button has added support for Notes. So when in Safari, for instance, tap the Share button to save attachments, such as a link or document, to a new or existing note. There's also an Attachments browser in Notes that organises attachments in a single view tap the grid icon in the lower-left corner. Now it will show you only your unread messages. Go to a conversation thread and then swipe left on an individual message to reveal a reply button, a flag button and a delete button.
How to have multiple emails on the go at once: You can now have multiple emails on the go at once, handy if you are in the middle of replying to someone and then have to send a quick email in between. On an open email that is being composed drag down from the subject line to dock the email. You can keep doing this. When you want to access one of those emails, or see what you've got open, drag the one on top down further and you'll get a view of all of the emails you are working on.
To close them, swipe to the right.
Mark as Read: In your inbox swipe from left to right to reveal a "Read" icon. If it's a conversation you will have to do this for as any time as there are unread messages. More, Flag, Trash: Swiping from right to left reveals quick actions to let you do a number of things. More brings up a secondary menu to let you reply, forward, flag, mark as unread, move to junk, or notify you of future messages in this conversation while Flag and Trash let you do just that.
Changing the swipe options: You can also change what happens when you swipe left or right in Settings. Options are limited, but it is something. Reply notifications: If you are waiting for a specific response from an email and don't want to have to keep checking your phone every two minutes, you can opt for your device to notify you.
In any message you've received tap on the Flag icon at the bottom left of the screen and then select Notify Me.
Confirm your decision and when they reply you'll know about it. Time Zone override: The Time Zone Override when on will let you always show event data and times in the selected time zone. When off, events will display according to the time zone of your current location.
Build out your contacts book: When you get a mail from someone and they've got a signature, Apple now reads that information and asks you whether you want to add it to a contact.
If you don't want to,you can choose to ignore, but if you do, press on the Add to Contacts button at the top of the screen. Change Flag style: Yep you can change the Flag Style from flags to circles if that gets you excited. Search: Drag down in your inbox to reveal a search box. You can now search your entire inbox for a keyword rather than just To, From, Subject. You can also limit your search to All mailboxes or the current mailbox you are in.
Furthermore you can also limit it to conversation threads. Mark all as read: You can now mark all as read in Mail. In a mailbox, or the combined inbox, you just tap "Edit" at the upper right, then tap "Mark All" at the lower left.
Then choose "Mark As Read" from the pop-up menu and all your messages should be marked as read. When you attach the file, you'll see a popup window with the option to use Mail Drop. Press and hold the little emoji icon and select either the left or right sided keyboard.
It shrinks the keyboard and moves it to one side of the display. Go back to full size by tapping the little arrow. Pocket-lint Use your keyboard as a trackpad: Since the advent of 3D Touch displays on iPhones you can use the keyboard area as a trackpad to move the cursor onscreen. It works anywhere there's text input, and saves you having to try and tap the exact location you want to start editing.
Just force press anywhere on the keyboard and move the cursor around. Picking your Emoji colour: In iOS 8. To access them go to the emoji keyboard in any app and long press on the one you want to use. If it has alternative options they will show. Adding third-party keyboards: Install the app SwiftKey or Gboard are good examples and follow the instructions in the app. Accessing additional keyboards beyond Emoji: If you have more than three keyboards installed the keyboard will show a globe icon next to the spacebar.
In any app that has a keyboard tap on that globe icon and then again to reveal the next keyboard you've got installed.
Hiding or showing auto suggestions on QuickType keyboard: The new Apple keyboard shows word suggestions based on what you type. If you don't use this you can hide it to give you more space on the screen. Gently press and hold at the top of the auto-suggest bar and drag it towards the top row of keys. You can bring it back by dragging up from the top of the keyboard if you change your mind.
Now, the keyboard shows the letters in lowercase when shift is off.
Disable keyboard animations: Apple's keyboard has a pop-up character animation that serves as feedback when you tap the keys. Text replacement shortcuts: As in all previous years, one of iOS' most useful keyboard solutions is creating shortcodes that turn into full words or phrases. We find it useful to have one for an address that fills in automatically whenever we misspell "addresss", adding an extra "s" at the end. Maps tips How to set preferred transport type in Apple Maps: If you find you only ever use Apple Maps when walking you can set the preferred transport type to be just that.
Now you can look around 3D cities just by moving your iPhone. Then all you need to do is move your device and look around the city.
To use indoor maps, just search for a supported location and pinch-to-zoom in until the outdoor areas go dark grey. Now you can see inside the building. Move between building levels on indoor maps: Once you're inside a building map, you'll see a number in the right side of the screen.
Tap it, and then choose a floor level. Now when you go to the app you will only see your music, rather than the music available on the service.
How to create a new playlist: Going on a road trip and want to make a playlist? Suggestions include a curated favourites mix, daily playlists, artists spotlights, and new releases, all of which target you and are tailored to your music preferences.
From there, you will see options to choose more artists and find more curators. How to search in Apple Music: Tap the Search icon in the menu bar along the bottom in order to access a dedicated search field, where you can manually type-in artists' names, album titles, etc.
How to find top music charts: Go to the Browse tab in the menu bar along the bottom, and then tap "Top Charts" to see a regularly updated list of the most popular songs on Apple Music. How to find top music charts by genre: By default, the Top Charts section in the Browse tab shows you all genres. But you can choose a specific genre, such as Blues, by tapping the All Genres button in the top right and selecting your genre from the list that appears.
How to access Connect: Apple has ditched the Connect tab in iOS 10 it allowed you to follow artists and curators in order to see their new releases and posts. It has instead buried the feature in the new Browse tab. From there, select Top Charts, and then scroll to the bottom of the screen to see songs on Connect and videos on Connect. Go to the Browse tab in the menu bar along the bottom, and then tap Videos to see new videos on Apple Music and top music videos.
To access it, tap the Radio tab in the menu bar along the bottom, and then tap the Beats 1 thumbnail. How to find radio stations: Apart from Beats 1, Apple Music offers stations that are based on genres and different themes. You can find them under the Radio tab in the menu bar along the bottom. From there, just tap "Radio Stations". How to share an album: Want to share an album via Twitter, Facebook, or wherever? Tap on any album, and then select the button with the … three dots at the top.
From there, tap Share Album and select how you'd like to share it. How to add an album to your Play Next queue: Apple Music can queue up albums you want to listen to while on the go. Just add it to your Play Next list. From there, tap "Play Next". How to add an album to a playlist: You can add an entire album to a new or old playlist. Just tap on the album, and then select the button with the … three dots at the top. From there, tap "Add to a Playlist", and then select which playlist old or new you want to add it to.
How to download an album to your Library for offline listening: Tap on the album, and then select the button with the … three dots at the top. From there, tap Add to a Library. You will then be brought back to the album screen. Tap the button with the … three dots again, and then select the Download option. Oh, and later you will see the option to remove it, if you want.
Tap on any album, and then select the button with the … three dots. From there, tap Love or Dislike, depending on your preference. How to create a station from a song: Tap on any song, and then from the music controls menu tap it along the bottom to make it expand into a full screen card select the button with the … three dots in the lower corner.
From there, tap Create Station. This will create a radio station based on that specific song. How to share a song: Want to share an album via Twitter, Facebook, or wherever? Tap on any song, and then from the music controls menu tap it along the bottom to make it expand into a full screen card select the button with the … three dots in the lower corner.
From there, tap Share Album, and then click how you'd like to share. How to add a song to your Play Next queue: Apple Music can queue up songs you want to listen to while on the go.
From there, tap Add to a Playlist, and then select which playlist old or new. You will then be brought back to the music control menu. Check out the lyrics in Apple Music. From there, tap Lyrics. Switch audio source for a song: Want to change from your iPhone to a connected speaker? Tap on any song, and then select the red arrow button with radio waves it sits below the volume slider, alongside the button with the … three dots. From there, pick your audio source.
Share an artist: Like songs and albums, you can share an artist with a friend via social networks and messaging apps. To set it, go to the Bedtime section in the Apple Clock app and set it up from there.
Here you set when you want it scheduled to run or "Manually enable it until tomorrow". You can also set the "warmth" of the display from "Less warm" to "More warm".
Set up ScreenTime: You're able to now set limits on app use as well as see how much time you've spent in certain apps. For lot more on this check out our complete guide to ScreenTime. Tell Siri to remember what you see on screen: Siri can set reminders.
You know this. But she can also remind you about whatever is displayed on your device screen - whether it be a website or note. Just say "Siri, remind me about this," and she'll scan the page and add relevant details to your Reminders app. Ask Siri to fetch a photo for you: Siri can now search your photos based on their information and criteria.
Shut up Siri: Sometimes Siri is just useful when she isn't speaking. You can toggle the setting to always on, hands-free only which works only when using "Hey Siri" or connected to a Bluetooth device , or a new ring switch option which stops Siri from speaking when your ringer is switch is on silent.
Access saved passwords: Thanks to iCloud, Safari has the ability to store your password across all your devices. Here you can see all the passwords that are saved, and manage them. Find on Page in Safari: To Find text in a Safari page, hit the Share button on a page to see a Find on Page option it surfaces a pop-up over the keyboard.
Disable frequently-visited sites in Safari: Safari displays icons of your most visited websites every time you open a new page. From there, turn off Frequently Visited Sites. Auto suggesting websites: Like Safari on the desktop you can have the iPhone or iPad Safari recommend suggested search results as you type.
Making websites load faster or saving your data: Safari preloads the first hit of the search result to make loading your choice seem quicker. The downside is that this could use up data. Scan your credit card: Rather than having to type all your details you can now use the camera to scan your credit card. When it comes to entering the credit card details either press to auto fill if you are already using that feature with Keychain, or press it and then select Use Camera on the next menu you get.
Swipe forwards and backwards: Swiping from off the screen on to the screen from the left of the screen goes back through your browsing history while swiping from the right of Safari goes forward through your browsing history. Accessing Handoff apps: On the Lock Screen press the app icon in the bottom left corner. Make sure you are running iOS 8.
Find your Mac or iPad you want to allow access and pair the two devices with a security code. Family Sharing: Rather than have your iTunes account on all your family's iPhones and iPads you can now set up Family Sharing for up to 5 people. Send last location so you can find it even when the phone is dead: Apple's added a cool hidden feature that will automatically send the last known location to Apple when your battery is critically low.
Even if the battery dies as you've lost the phone behind the back of the sofa you can still at least have some idea where it got to. Here you'll see all the documents and files saved in your iCloud Drive. Apple Pay tips Pre-arm your payment: To help speed up your time at the cashier you can pre-arm your Apple Pay before you get to the counter.
To do this go into Apple Wallet, select the card you want to use and then hold your finger on the TouchID sensor. Once complete you have a minute to use the armed payment before it turns off. Load multiple cards: There is no limit to the amount of bank cards Apple Pay can hold so keep loading them into Wallet.
If you only have one card it will automatically be the default card. Select an Apple Pay payment card: When paying with Apple Pay, you can now quickly choose which card you want to use just by double-clicking the home button while on the lock screen.
It'll bring up all your cards on your iPhone. You can change the display setting from Standard or Zoomed. You now get to see the 10 day forecast as well as additional information like a mini weather forecast for the day, sunrise and sunset times and the chance of rain. If you have Touch ID turned on for downloads, you won't see this menu. Then click OK.
Click OK again to save your preferences. Select Require Password. Select your preferred level of protection. After you select your preferred level of protection, select Require Password under Free Downloads to turn the setting on or off.
If you set Require Password to Never in step 3, there won't be an option to turn the setting on. Sign in with your Apple ID and password. After you click Submit, you'll see a screen that says "Remember Password? Choose No if you want to enter your password each time that you make a download in the iTunes Store.
To change your password settings, sign out, then follow the steps above to sign in again. Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products.