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How to Access Control Center on iPhone X

As you likely know by now, Control Center is the customizable action screen on iOS that allows you to quickly adjust brightness, volume, wi-fi, bluetooth, music, AirDrop, access a flash light, Do Not

How to Convert Animoji to GIF on iPhone with Workflow

If you’ve been using and creating Animoji on iPhone and sharing them with other people, you may have noticed that Animoji are saved and shared as video files in the .mov file format. But Animated GIF

How to Customize Control Center on iPhone and iPad

iPhone and iPad users can now customize Control Center to better suit their needs. For example, if you frequently use Voice Memos, Notes app, Stopwatch, Magnifier, or the Alarm feature, you can add

How to Create an AutoResponder in Mail for Mac

Have you ever wanted to setup an auto-responder eMail message in the Mac Mail app? Autoresponders allow you to set an “out of office” auto-reply that gets sent automatically as a reply to any inbound

Beta 3 of iOS 11.3, macOS 10.13.4 Released for Testing

Apple has released the third beta version of iOS 11.3, macOS 10.13.4, and tvOS 11.3, to users engaged in the operating system beta testing programs. iOS 11.3 beta 3 presumably focuses on bug fixes and

iOS 11.2.6 Update Released with Bug Fixes for iPhone and iPad [IPSW Download Links]

Apple has released iOS 11.2.6 for iPhone and iPad. The software update is intended to fix a bug that causes a specific Telugu character from crashing an iOS device. Additionally, the small system

MacOS 10.13.3 Supplemental Update Released for High Sierra Users

Apple has released a Supplemental Update for macOS High Sierra 10.13.3. The small system software update includes a patch aimed at addressing an unusual bug that could potentially cause a Mac app to

How to Make iPhone Speaker Louder Sounding with EQ Settings

The built-in iPhone speaker is fairly loud as is, but if you want your iPhone speaker to sound even louder than you’ll likely enjoy this tip. By adjusting iOS Music equalizer settings, you can boost

How to Quickly Get Stock Prices from Safari URL Bar on Mac

Safari for Mac can quickly give you stock price quotes for any ticker symbol right from the address bar, offering yet another way to keep track of equities for those who like to follow the day-to-day

How to Mute an Entire Web Site in Chrome

The Chrome web browser now allows you to mute any website completely. This is great if you often visit a website that frequently has auto-playing videos or auto-play audio that you’re constantly

How to Rename Files & Folders in iOS Files App

The iOS Files app and iCloud Drive offer a file system of sorts for the iPhone and iPad. One frequently used capability of file systems is the ability to rename files and folders as necessary, and as

How to Temporarily Disable Touch ID and Face ID with Siri on iPhone or iPad

If you ever find yourself wanting to disable Touch ID or Face ID authentication methods on an iPhone or iPad, you can easily temporarily disable the biometric authentication in iOS by using a simple

How to Completely Disable Private Browsing in iOS on iPhone and iPad

Have you ever wished you could disable Private Browsing mode in Safari for iOS? Using Private Browsing mode in Safari on iPhone and iPad is simple and you can toggle in and out of it at ease at any

How to Save a Webpage as PDF on iPad and iPhone the Easy Way

Want to save a web page as a PDF on iPad or iPhone? Generating PDF files of webpages and web articles is now easier than ever before in iOS, thanks to a new obvious “Create PDF” feature that is

How to Show Hidden Files on MacOS with a Keyboard Shortcut

Modern versions of Mac OS offer a super-fast and easy way to reveal invisible files on a Mac, all you need to use is a keyboard shortcut. With a simple keystroke, you can instantly show hidden files

How to Watch YouTube Links in Safari on iPhone & iPad Instead of Opening YouTube App

If you have an iPhone or iPad with the third party YouTube app installed, you may notice that when you click to open a YouTube link from Safari or elsewhere, you’ll discover he YouTube app opens to

Feeling Nostalgic? Run WinAmp in a Web Browser & Play MP3s!

Do you remember WinAmp, the old funky ’90s music player for Windows and Mac? If you were a computer user in the late 1990s during the dot com boom, you probably used WinAmp to play your MP3 library,

How to Disable Breathe Reminders on Apple Watch

The Apple Watch will periodically remind you to breathe with the Breathe app, which attempts to guide a user to take a series of deep breathes after it nudges you and tells you to “take a minute to

How to Select Multiple Photos Quickly on iPhone and iPad with a Drag & Select Gesture

Modern versions of iOS offer a convenient dragging gesture that allows iPhone and iPad users to quickly select multiple pictures from the Photos app, without having to continuously tap on images or

How to Use Lock Screen in MacOS High Sierra

Mac users have long been able to use various tricks to lock the screen of their computers, but with MacOS High Sierra 10.13.x onward, a simpler and faster option is now available on the Mac with an