iOS 10 Tips

How To: Disable Your Spotlight Search History in iOS 10

If you've just finally updated to iOS 10, you'll notice that lots of things have changed, and while the vast majority of new features are useful and fun, some can be a bit annoying. One bothersome bit of functionality is how Spotlight Search keeps a running history of everything you've searched for recently, which can lead to some embarrassing situations, depending on what you've been searching for.

How To: Shuffle All Songs in Apple's Music App in iOS 10

With each update, Apple Music continues to become a bigger part of iOS. It's gotten to the point where you have to fend off multiple requests to subscribe to the streaming music service before you can listen to your own songs on an iPad or iPhone, but as it stands in iOS 10, maintaining your own MP3 library is still possible. Just barely.

Messages 101: How to Turn iMessage Read Receipts On/Off Per Person

With iOS 9.3.5, as well as all of the versions prior to that, you had two choices when it came to "Read Receipts" for iMessage — either on for everybody or off for everybody. So if you weren't comfortable with one or two of your contacts knowing whether or not you've read their messages, you had to keep the feature disabled and miss out on Read Receipts for people you're a bit closer to.

How To: Remove Widgets from Your iPhone's Lock Screen in iOS 10

The new mobile operating system for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch has a lot of great changes and new features. One particular highlight of iOS 10 is the new lock screen widget system. This lets you quickly view the current weather and upcoming events without unlocking your device, and without pulling down the Notification Center—but for some folks, it may be more trouble than it's worth.

How To: Remove Stock Apps on Your iPhone in iOS 10

The rumors were true—iOS 10 finally lets you remove those pesky stock apps that you never use. It's an amazingly simple process, so I suppose this is more of a PSA than a full-fledged how-to. But bloatware like the Apple Watch app and its useless friends can finally be removed rather than tucked away in a folder you'll never use, so I'll give you the rundown below. (Note: while this removes them from the home screen, it does not really delete them from your device.)

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