It annoys me that is on by default rather than asking permission so thought I’d share how to turn it off.
Most of the BBC apps are the same in terms of settings. Head to settings and then check the share stats settings.
It’s a bit different in the sport app.
I’m going through a phase of disconnecting from my notifications, especially on my Apple Watch. I’m finding it nice to go back to a time where I didn’t constantly have taps on my wrist. All I have now is phone calls coming through and I’m using it as a watch and fitness tracker.
You’ll want to head into the watch app then look ‘notifications’ and then for each you want to turn off follow the screen shot above.
This is a nice addition to mouse support on iOS 13.
Within the assistive touch settings you can now hide the AssistiveTouch menu when you have a mouse attached.
This isn’t as intuitive as I was expecting so writing up a little post to help others maybe but also to remind myself 😀
Show all your perspectives first but scrolling down and tapping SHOW.
Tap on the perspective you want to delete.
Now it’s selected tap on the icon above.
Tap Delete Perspective.
I’m loving dark mode but writing white on a black background in notes is a little too much for me so I was glad to find that you can change the colour of a single notes background.
Tap the share sheet on the individual note and scroll down until you see ‘Use light background’.
I’m discovering more and more about Reminders in iOS 13 and wanted to start to focus on sharing it. First up is the ability to create sub tasks, something I enjoy to do if I need a little guide to follow.
First up tap the little ‘i’ next to the task name you’ve created.
Next tap on the ‘Subtasks’ section.
You can now enter your sub tasks. When you’re done tap details in the top left to go back.
You’ll notice reminders doesn’t keep the order they were created.
You can tap, hold and drag the sub tasks around to your liking.
Had an experience where only the right AirPod was working, here’s how I fixed it.
- Go to Settings
- Tap Bluetooth
- Tap the ‘i’ next to your AirPods
- Tap ‘Forget this device’
Turn your iPhone off and on again.
Flip open your AirPods and repair as you did when there were new.
All should be fixed now.