Currently, on my iPad, I cannot see my iPhone battery status
Notification Center on iPhone and iPad includes an optional widget that allows users to check the battery life of other devices connected through Bluetooth. Essentially this means you can quickly see what the remaining battery percentage of not just the device in hand, but also of an Apple Watch from an iPhone.
Figure: I see this on my iPhone, but I want to see it on my iPad
> One thing this feature is missing which would be a great addition is the ability to check a related MacBook battery, as well as seeing the remaining battery of other iOS devices. Perhaps in a future version, we’ll gain such a function.
- I take a screenshot and a small thumbnail appears on the bottom left
- Click it and open it
- I want to share it so I clicked the icon and choose mail
- Typed stuff (recipient, subject, content)
- Switch to another app (or let the phone lock) and it’s gone!
- There is no way to find it anywhere
(I’d expect it in mail Drafts, but it’s not there)
Don’t use that screenshot feature until they fix the data loss.
The work-around it is to NOT action #3 (clicking the mail icon from the screenshot). You have to take the screenshot as normal, then copy it from your album into a new email draft.
An email with an attachments (of an .msg) doesn’t show as attachments.
iPads/iPhones actually embed the text at the bottom of the email – but I can’t imagine anyone expecting that behavior.
Figure: This attachment does not show on an iPhone or iPad
For example the iPhone shows album covers and the actual list of songs that you can flip through? but you would be lucky to find this.
I found this hard to find… I never knew there was a cool new view when you turn the iPhone on the side (This is not a very discoverable feature from Mr Jobs).
Figure: The normal view – give me some indication that there is a new view on the side
Figure: Turn it on the side an you have an interactive 3D flip view
The experience should be:
- Take a screen shot (currently works – using the 2 button approach)
- Pop a screen and ask if you want that on the clipboard
- Open an email and Paste (currently works)
- Convert the email to HTML (currently it shows beautifully inline when you view on an iPhone, but someone in OWA only sees a ‘Plain Text’ email with 2 attachments