1 Setup Your VPN
What is a VPN?
VPN is short for Virtual Private Network. It is essentially a private tunnel between you and your VPN service provider. A VPN is used to hide and obscure your web traffic so that only you can decipher the data that is being passed along. For example, if you are at a coffee shop, with a VPN, you can connect carefree with the utmost confidence that your data is being transferred securely; however, if you did not have a VPN, without a secure private tunnel between the web and you, you’d be right to be suspicious of who could be peeking at your web traffic.
Another reason why tons of users prefer to use a VPN and that is to view content that cannot be played in the area that they are situated. For example, Netflix content is region exclusive. Meaning, certain regions in certain places have certain limitations that allow specific content to play. In order to bypass this a VPN is utilized. When you connect to Netflix while you are on a VPN, Netflix is able to determine where your IP is located; therefore, displaying content that is exclusive to this region. Search for the best VPNs that fit you best here.
How to set up?
- View & search the top VPNs that best fit you best here.
- Download the app and follow the instructions to sign in.
- Make sure you install your VPN over to your iPhone VPN settings by allowing VPN configurations.
- Head over to settings and toggle VPN on.
- Enjoy a safe browsing internet experience.
You’ve probably noticed that some messages say “delivered” or “read” under them. You can choose to let senders know when you’ve read their message by enabling read receipts. You can enable “Send Read Receipts” under Settings > Messages. Here you can also enable a character count, a subject field, or specify how long messages should be kept.
You can also choose to enable read receipts for specific people. In an existing message thread, tap the ℹ️ in the top right corner to access the details sheet for the thread. Here you can choose to send read receipts or even hide alerts. You can also see attachments from the thread or share your location. The details sheet has even more options for group messages so be sure to check it out.