Whe you take a screenshot in macOS, the thumbnail will appear in the right corner of the screen. Learn how to disable the floating screenshot preview in macOS.
Some of the apps in macOS have an autosave feature that save your work every few minutes. Here’s how to delete the autosave file version in macOS.
iOS’s HEIC file format does not play well with other platform. Here is how you can use Preview on Mac to easily convert HEIC files to JPG.
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.
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
Apple introduced new interactive stickers in iOS 13 known as Memoji Stickers. Here’s how you can create and use Memoji stickers on your iOS device.
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.
Learn how to use “Approve with Apple Watch,” a new feature in macOS Catalina that allows the use of Apple Watch to perform authentication actions.
A new feature in iOS 13 allows users to combine multiple Live Photos into a video from within the iOS Photos app. Here’s how to do it.
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.
macOS Catalina has caused issues for some Mac. If you are having issues with your macOS Catalina, here is how you can downgrade to a previous macOS version.
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.
Apple removed iTunes from macOS Catalina. If you need to sync your iOS device, here is how to sync an iOS device with macOS Catalina without iTunes.
The new “Sign in with Apple” feature can protect your privacy and mask your email address. Here is how you can set it up to sign in to apps and sites.
Apple launched a new monthly subscription gaming service in September 2019 known as “Apple Arcade.” Here is the complete rundown on Apple Arcade.
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.
If you’re a Terminal user, you can adjust the screen brightness of your Mac directly from the Terminal. Here are the commands to do so.
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
On-screen visual cues can be very helpful at times. On macOS, if you want to show your keyboard presses on-screen, this is how to do it.
When troubleshooting your Mac, there are several startup modes that you can access. Here are the various macOS startup modes and their shortcut keys.
Some people are not aware of how to add an attachment to an email in iOS’s Mail app. Follow these steps to easily attach files and photos to email in iOS.
While Siri is very powerful, it might not work that great for some people. Here we show you how to disable Siri on your iOS device and Mac.
If you use the macOS Terminal regularly, you can easily use the open command to open up any directory directly from Terminal, bypassing Finder.
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.
Most macOS users are not aware of the Services menu and how useful it is. Here we show you how to add options to macOS Services menu.
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.
The option to watermark PDF files is not present by default in Quick Actions. Learn how you can create your own Quick Actions to add a watermark to a PDF file.
When doing a recoring in Quicktime in Mac, it can only accept audio input from the built-in mic. Learn how you can record system audio in Quicktime with this hack.
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.
Need a way to quickly toggle Do Not Disturb mode on your Mac? Follow the method here to create your own keyboard shortcut for Do Not Disturb mode.
If you can’t get your Apple device to go into Recovery Mode, you can put it in DFU mode and then select if you want to upgrade/downgrade/restore iOS.
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.
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.
Microsoft has released their new Microsoft Edge for macOS. Here is how you can try the Canary or Developer build of the Edge browser on Mac.
To reformat your Mac, you’ll need to create a bootable USB installer. Follow the steps here to easily create a macOS bootable installer.
macOS Catalina brings with it some major changes and updates. Here are some of the things you can expect to find in macOS Catalina.
macOS has a feature to invert the display colors on your Mac. Using this can help you to view text that otherwise might place strain on your eyes.
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.
While deleting a file is easy, locating a duplicate file is not. Learn how you can locate and delete duplicate files in macOS.
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.
The new Apple News+ service allows you to read both newspapers and magazines on your iOS device. Learn how you can sign up for an Apple News+ subscription on you mobile.
Enabling auto updates allows your device to update all the software installed automatically in the background. Learn how to enable auto update for macOS.
If you frequently use Siri on your Mac to call or message contacts, you can easily add a relationship to any contact on your Mac for quick and easy access.
One of the most-loved features in iOS is “Do Not Disturb.” Learn how you can easily enable and use the Do not Disturb mode on iPhones and iPads.
You can set a firmware password on your Mac to prevent others from booting into it via an external disk. Here is how to do so.
Apple’s iPhone doesn’t come with the capability for you to schedule your SMS to send at a later time. Here’s a wokaround to schedule SMS on your iPhone.
While working on a Mac, you can make use of the Continuity Camera feature to take a photo using your iPhone’s camera and directly import it to your Mac.
Apple introduced Stacks in macOS Mojave to help people better organize their desktop. Here is how to enable Stacks and try it for yourself.