How to Disable Auto Brightness in iOS

How to Disable Auto Brightness in iOS

If you like to conserve battery on your iPhone, one way is to disable auto brightness in iOS. Learn how to do so in different versions of iOS.

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How to Use Optimised Storage on Your Mac

How to Use Optimised Storage on Your Mac

Optimized sStorage for Mac can help you free up storage space and store your files in the cloud. Here is how to make use of Optimized Storage on your Mac

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How to Connect a Wireless Mouse to Your iPad

How to Connect a Wireless Mouse to Your iPad

iOS 13 now allows you to connect a wireless mouse to your iPad. For those who prefer to use a mouse, here’s how to connect a wireless mouse to an iPad.

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How To Use Screen Time in macOS Catalina

How To Use Screen Time in macOS Catalina

After being introduced in iOS, Apple now also include Screen Time in macOS Catalina. This has also replaced Parental Controls. Learn how to set up Screen Time on your Mac.

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How To Download a Previous Version of macOS

How To Download a Previous Version of macOS

If you don’t like how macOS Catalina is messing up your Mac, here is how you can download the previous version of macOS and install it on your Mac.

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How to Use Voice Control in iOS 13

How to Use Voice Control in iOS 13

iOS 13 offers a new Accessibility feature known as Voice Control that lets you control your entire device using your voice. Here’s how to use it.

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How to Enable Dark Mode in iOS 13

How to Enable Dark Mode in iOS 13

One of the new feature included iOS 13 is the dark mode. If you have just upgraded your iPhone, here’s how you can enable dark mode in iOS 13

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Various macOS Startup Modes Explained

Various macOS Startup Modes Explained

When troubleshooting your Mac, there are several startup modes that you can access. Here are the various macOS startup modes and their shortcut keys.

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How to Remap the Fn Keys on macOS

How to Remap the Fn Keys on macOS

You might not be using any of the Fn keys on macOS and it is best to remap them to more useful keyboard shortcuts. Here’s how you can remap Fn keys on macOS.

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How to Download Facebook Videos to Your iPhone

How to Download Facebook Videos to Your iPhone

The native Facebook app on iOS doesn’t offer any option to download Facebook video onto your phone. Here’s an app that can download Facebook videos to iPhone.

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How To Combine Multiple PDF Files in iOS

How To Combine Multiple PDF Files in iOS

While you can access and read PDF files on your iOS devices, you can’t edit it. Here is a quick tips that allows you to combine multiple PDF files in iOS.

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How to Share Your Mac’s Screen Using Messages

How to Share Your Mac’s Screen Using Messages

The Messages app in macOS comes with an additional feature that allows users to share their screen with others. Learn how to do this with your Mac’s Messages app.

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iOS 13: Everything You Need to Know

iOS 13: Everything You Need to Know

iOS 13 brings a lot of changes and upgrades for iOS devices. We’ve highlighted the major changes in iOS 13 below, so have a look.

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iPadOS: Everything You Need to Know

iPadOS: Everything You Need to Know

iPadOS has been designed to make better use of the bigger screen and comes with new gestures and features that make it like a dedicated operating system.

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How to Create a macOS Bootable Installer

How to Create a macOS Bootable Installer

To reformat your Mac, you’ll need to create a bootable USB installer. Follow the steps here to easily create a macOS bootable installer.

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How to Use Do Not Disturb on Your Mac

How to Use Do Not Disturb on Your Mac

Apple added the “Do Not Disturb” feature to macOS, allowing you to do your work without any disturbance. Learn how you can enable Do Not Disturb in macOS.

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How to Update Your Mac Using Terminal

How to Update Your Mac Using Terminal

Using Terminal to update your Mac can save time and be easier for many – especially since the Mac App Store is known to lag on older devices.

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