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Trust or Don't Trust Computer

How to Untrust All Devices From iOS on iPhone and iPod touch

If you use your iPhone or iPod touch often, surely you’ve seen the prompt to “Trust” or “Don’t Trust” a computer that you’ve plugged your device into. Well, if you’ve trusted a friend’s computer, let’s say on accident, they now can gain access to all your content on your iPhone or iPod touch. But no worries, there’s an easy way to “Untrust” all of those computers with one simple trick. Steps from this guide were inspired by a Redmond Pie post here.

What you need:

  • Lightning Cable
  • iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad running iOS 8.0 or above

Got it? Good.

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
  2. From there, go to General. Scroll down to Reset, then click Reset Location & Privacy. If you’re asked to enter your passcode to continue, do it.
  3. Once this has completed, connect your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to your computer.

When this happens, you should see a prompt that show the good ol’ “Trust” or “Don’t Trust” prompt. This means that the reset worked.

That’s all there is to it! If this helped you, make sure you follow us on Twitter, YouTube, and everywhere else on the internet.

Watch/Stream Movies for FREE [NO Jailbreak] [NO App] - ANY iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) 8 - 8.4

Watch/Stream Movies for FREE [NO Jailbreak] [NO App] – ANY iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) 8 – 8.4

Here’s how to watch/stream movies for free on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. No jailbreak required, and no app required! This works on any iOS 8.0 and above. Check it out!

If you want to see another way to get FREE movies on your iPhone, check out the video we did on Movie Box for iPhone/iPod touch/iPad here.

Watch/Stream Movies for FREE [NO Jailbreak] [NO App] – ANY iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) 8 – 8.4
Watch/Stream Movies for FREE [NO Jailbreak] [NO App] – ANY iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) 8 – 8.4

iOS 9

New Features in iOS 9

WWDC 2015 just wrapped up recently so we thought we’d break down all of the new features of iOS 9. Here they are in no particular order:

Keyboard Changes: Finally, all letters on the keyboard are changed to uppercase if you press the caps button, and lowercase if the caps button is not pressed. This will make it a lot easier for people to type when they know if they’re in caps mode or not.

iCloud Drive: iCloud Drive can now be enabled inside of the settings application. This will allow you to see everything in you iCloud Drive account.

Siri: Siri has an all new, super clean look! (Similar to that of the Apple Watch).

Notes: Apple has updated the Notes app and it includes better image support and a new sketching option. It’s got tons of new features and we think you’ll be using it a lot more with iOS 9.

Settings Search: You can now search anything in settings using the search bar at the top of it.

Contacts: Contacts are now stored in the Proactive menu by swiping right, rather than in the app switcher.

Side Switch: On iPhone you can now use the side switcher to mute the phone as usual, or to lock rotation.

Passcode: By default, if you’d like to set a new passcode, it will now prompt you for a 6 digit passcode rather than a 4 digit one. However, you can still change that and set a 4 digit one instead if you’d rather have that.

Find My Friends/Find My iPhone: These apps are now built-in and not 3rd party. You can also view Find My Friends via a Notification Center Widget.

Find My Friends iOS 9

Battery: Oh boy, there’s a lot to write for this one. Using the proximity sensor and ambient light sensors, the iPhone can now sense if it’s face down. If, say, it’s face down on a table and you receive a notification, the screen will not turn on, so it will waste less battery. Other enhancements include the fact that you’ll be able to get about 1 extra hour of usage on your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus just from having iOS 9. On top of that, you can enable Low Power Mode to get up to 3 extra hours of battery life. In Low Power Mode, Mail is fetched manually, brightness and motion are reduced, network speeds may be reduced, and other things are lowered in the background to conserve even more battery.

iOS 9 Battery
iOS 9 Battery

Battery Settings: There’s a new section in the Settings app that is completely dedicated to battery. In this section, you can turn on the Low Power Mode, however you can also view which apps use the most or least amount of battery. Also, in Notification Center, you can now view the iOS device battery left as well as your Apple Watch battery power.


You can view our full video covering the Top 9 iOS 9 Features here:

We hope you enjoyed!

iOS 8.3

iOS 8.3 Now LIVE! Here’s What’s New!

iOS 8.3 just went live earlier today for the public. This long awaited update includes many stability improvements as well as Wireless CarPlay and a new Emoji keyboard. While many people will notice the new Emoji keyboard almost immediately, it’s important to note that Apple has now changed the spacebar on the keyboard when typing an address in on Safari. They have shrunk the “Go” button and elongated the spacebar which means you’re now much less likely to accidentally press a “.” when entering in a string of text to search on the internet (we all know how annoying that was).

Apple has also decided to change a few things in Passbook, like how they’ve separated Apple Pay and Passes so you don’t get them mixed up. One of the other smaller features which some (myself included) will enjoy is the ability to download and install free apps without entering a password. Now, we’ll list all of the changes, including those above, and smaller updates and fixes.

  • New Emoji Keyboard
  • Elongated spacebar when typing in Safari URL bar
  • Wireless CarPlay
  • Separated Apple Pay and Passes within Passbook
  • iCloud Photo Library no longer in Beta
  • In Photos app, albums display an icon to distinguish albums easier
  • In Messages, there’s now a tab for “Unknown Senders”
  • Siri calling improved, can now tell Siri to put a call on speaker
  • iPhone 6 Plus exclusive: Bold, Italicized, and Underlined button on keyboard for better formatting.
  • Tons of speed improvements and bug fixes.

If you’re more of the type that likes to see Apple’s Release Notes, here they are!

Improved performance for: 

– App launch 

– App responsiveness 

– Messages 

– Wi-Fi 

– Control Center 

– Safari tabs 

– 3rd-party keyboards 

– Keyboard shortcuts 

– Simplified Chinese keyboard 

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth fixes 

– Fixes an issue where you could be continuously prompted for login credentials 

– Addresses an issue where some devices disconnect intermittently from Wi-Fi networks 

– Fixes an issue where hands-free phone calls could become disconnected 

– Fixes an issue where audio playback could stop working with some bluetooth speakers 

Orientation and rotation fixes 

– Addresses an issue that sometimes prevented rotating back to portrait after having rotated to landscape 

– Improves performance and stability issues that occurred when rotating the device between portrait and landscape 

– Fixes an issue where device orientation appeared upside down after pulling the iPhone 6 Plus from your pocket 

– Resolves an issue that sometimes prevented apps from rotating to correct orientation after switching apps in multitasking 

Messages fixes 

– Addresses issues that caused group messages to sometimes split 

– Fixes an issue that sometimes removed the ability to forward or delete individual messages 

– Resolves an issue that sometimes prevented a preview from appearing when taking a photo in Messages 

– Adds the ability to report junk messages directly from the Messages app 

– Adds the ability to filter out iMessages that are not sent by your contacts 

Family Sharing fixes 

– Fixes a bug where certain apps would not launch or update on family members’ devices 

– Fixes a bug that prevented family members from downloading certain free apps 

– Increased reliability for Ask to Buy notifications 

CarPlay fixes 

– Fixes an issue where Maps could come up as a black screen 

– Fixes an issue where the UI could be incorrectly rotated 

– Fixes an issue where the keyboard could appear on the CarPlay screen when it shouldn’t 

Enterprise fixes 

– Improves reliability of installing and updating enterprise apps 

– Corrects the time zone of Calendar events created in IBM Notes 

– Fixes a problem that could cause web clip icons to become generic after restarting 

– Improves reliability of saving the password for a web proxy 

– Exchange out-of-office message can now be edited separately for external replies 

– Improves recovery of Exchange accounts from temporary connection problems 

– Improves compatibility of VPN and web proxy solutions 

– Allows use of physical keyboards to log into Safari web sheets, such as for joining a public Wi-Fi network 

– Fixes an issue that caused Exchange meetings with long notes to be truncated 

Accessibility fixes 

– Fixes an issue where using the back button in Safari causes VoiceOver gestures to not respond 

– Fixes an issue where VoiceOver focus becomes unreliable in draft Mail messages 

– Fixes an issue where Braille Screen Input cannot be used to type text in forms on webpages 

– Fixes an issue where toggling Quick Nav on a Braille Display announces that Quick Nav is off 

– Fixes an issue keeping app icons from being moveable on home screen when VoiceOver is enabled 

– Fixes an issue in Speak Screen where speech will not start again after pausing 

Other improvements and bug fixes 

– Introduces a redesigned Emoji keyboard with over 300 new characters 

– iCloud Photo Library has been optimized to work with the new Photos app on OS X 10.10.3 and is now out of beta 

– Improves the pronunciation of street names during turn-by-turn navigation in Maps 

– Includes support for Baum VarioUltra 20 and VarioUltra 40 braille displays 

– Improves the display of Spotlight results when Reduce Transparency is turned on 

– Adds Italic and Underline format options for iPhone 6 Plus landscape keyboard 

– Adds the ability to remove shipping and billing addresses used with Apple Pay 

– Additional language and country support for Siri: English (India, New Zealand), Danish (Denmark), Dutch (Netherlands), Portuguese (Brazil), Russian (Russia), Swedish (Sweden), Thai (Thailand), Turkish (Turkey) 

– Additional dictation languages: Arabic (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates) and Hebrew (Israel) 

– Improves stability for Phone, Mail, Bluetooth connectivity, Photos, Safari tabs, Settings, Weather and Genius Playlists in Music 

– Addresses an issue where Slide to Unlock could fail to work on certain devices 

– Addresses an issue that sometimes prevented swiping to answer a phone call on the Lock screen 

– Addresses an issue that prevented opening links in Safari PDFs 

– Fixes an issue where selecting Clear History and Website Data in Safari Settings did not clear all data 

– Fixes an issue that prevented autocorrecting “FYI” 

– Addresses an issue where contextual predictions did not appear in Quick Reply 

– Fixes an issue where Maps did not enter night mode from hybrid mode 

– Resolves an issue that prevented initiating FaceTime calls from a browser or 3rd-party app using FaceTime URLs 

– Fixes an issue that sometimes prevented photos from properly exporting to Digital Camera Image folders on Windows 

– Fixes an issue that sometimes prevented an iPad backup from completing with iTunes 

– Fixes an issue that could cause Podcast downloads to stall when switching from Wi-Fi to cellular networks 

– Fixes an issue where remaining time on timer would sometimes incorrectly display as 00:00 on Lock screen 

– Fixes an issue that sometimes prevented adjusting call volume 

– Fixes an issue that caused the status bar to sometimes appear when it shouldn’t

That’s what we’ve seen thus far, let us know what you think by tweeting at us on Twitter @iTouchAppReview, or by dropping a comment down below!