According to security researchers, it’s a good idea to turn off your iPhone for five minutes a day. We’ll see if that’s true, and show you more of the week’s news about Apple and the iPhone.
Read on after the announcement.
Why you should turn off your iPhone for 5 minutes a day
Do you always leave your iPhone on? Then stop! Experts recommend turning off your iPhone for five minutes every day. These simple rituals can make your device more secure, and we explain why.
but this is not all. Turning off your iPhone regularly can speed up your device. By restarting daily, background tasks get a fresh start, so your iPhone can respond more smoothly. While iPhones are already quite safe, why not play it safe?
-> Increase the security of your iPhone
Maestro is coming to an end: What this means for your debit card and Apple Pay
The end of Maestro is near: from July 1, 2023, all debit cards with Maestro will slowly disappear, and will be replaced by some type of debit card.
But what are the consequences for your existing debit card and Apple Pay? We explain this in the article below. Although the transition is gradual, there are a few things to watch out for!
-> Read more about the end of Maestro
These 15 Apple products are coming between now and early 2024
Apple plans to launch 15 (fifteen!) new products between now and early 2024. At least, that’s what the usually reliable Mark Gurman says in his newsletter.
It’s a big list, so you have a great few months ahead of you. Do you want to know what are the upcoming products? We have included them in a handy list.
-> These 15 products are coming
The leaked iPhone 15 case reveals a lot about the upcoming iPhone
Thanks to various rumors, we already know a lot about the iPhone 15. But on the basis of some photos that show the iPhone 15 case, we learn more about the next Apple smartphone.
What will change in the design of the iPhone 15? We’ll take you through all the design changes we noticed right out of the box.
-> This reveals the issue
iCloud is getting more expensive, but there’s also good news
If you have an iPhone, chances are you also use iCloud. The cloud storage service ensures, among other things, that your important files are backed up on your device and that you can view your photos on any device.
There is no doubt that it is a useful feature, but Apple has made iCloud much more expensive. The company has raised prices by up to 25 percent. However, this does not apply to all countries. Are we safe in the Netherlands?
-> Will iCloud become more expensive with us?
iPhone 13 Pro vs. iPhone 15 Pro – This is why you should upgrade this year
Do you have an iPhone 13 Pro and doubt whether you should buy a new iPhone this year? No thanks necessary! You can read about whether you should upgrade this time in our iPhone 13 Pro vs iPhone 15 Pro article!
We tell you the biggest upgrades for your next iPhone if you’re coming from the iPhone 13 Pro.
-> Read our comparison
iOS 17 copied these functions from Android
The latest version of iOS has quite a few new features. Some of them are completely new, but there are also some that seem to come from Android. In this list, we take you through all the iOS 17 functions that Apple copied from Android.
-> Discover copied jobs
Set Spotify as an Alarm on Your iPhone (This is How You Do It)
If you want to set a nice song to wake up to, it’s pretty easy on your iPhone. At least, if you have Music on your iPhone or if you have Apple Music.
Don’t have Apple Music but have Spotify? Then we have bad news, as standard a music service cannot be set as an alarm. There is still a way to set Spotify as an alarm on your iPhone. We explain how to do this.
-> This is how you use Spotify as an alarm clock
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