iOS 10.3 New Features
I initially noticed very little difference after updating my iPhone 6 to iOS 10.3. Here are some nice new features that you might find helpful.
iCloud storage – Amazing how many times I am questioned on why and how someone is using so much of their free cloud storage. You can now gain more information easily. In the top area of the settings menu, you will have access to your iCloud, iTunes, App Store and Family Sharing information all in one place. This alone is helpful. If you click on the iCloud link, you will see the breakdown of what makes up the gigs in your storage. This is an image of mine:
If you are a fan of Apple’s Maps app, notice the weather in the lower right corner.
Tip of the month
Google Chrome Tips
1. Pinning tabs – You can “pin” a tab on the Google Chrome browser to save time and space. Once you pin a tab, it will remain on the left side of the browser. This picture shows you the PNC tab. So if you need to open a website often during the day, pin it by using a right click on the tab and choosing “Pin tab”.
One thing to keep in mind, though. If you close your browser and reopen it, the pinned tabs will still be there. So if you won’t need them anymore, right click and Unpin it!
2. Now, what happens when you close a tab that you didn’t mean to close? To repoen it easily use this keyboard shortcut: Ctrl-Shift-T.
3. Amazing! – You thought that the history section of the browser would only show you history from your PC or Mac! If you use the keyboard shortcut, Ctrl-H, the history will show you sites you’ve visited on all your devices.