WWDC 2020 was one for the books, giving users many of the things they have been begging for. This is despite having only one small hardware announcement.
iCloud is the name for all of the services Apple delivers through the cloud. Learn how Apple iCloud works and how you can make good use of it.
If you are looking for browsers with different functionalities than Safari, these are our top picks of Safari alternatives for iPhone.
iOS doesn’t support the WMV file format by default. The good news is it is very easy to play WMV files on iOS. Here are 2 ways to do so.
If you can’t get a webcam because it’s sold out and need one for a video meeting, this shows how to use your iPhone as a webcam on Mac and Windows.
The default settings of the iOS screen recording app is to record audio fromthe system. Here is how you can record screen with external audio in iOS.
Learn how you can create iCloud email aliases and use them to send and receive emails without revealing your true email address.
Many people are still unaware of the geofencing feature in the iOS Reminders app. Here we’ll show you how to set up location-based reminders in iOS and macOS.
To access your router and make changes to the network, you’ll need to know its IP address. Here’s how to find your router’s IP address on all platforms.
Apple recently added a scanning feature into the Notes app. You can now scan a document or photo into a note and make annotations to it.
Apple recently introduced a time-synced lyrics feature in Apple Music. Here is how you can view real-time synced lyrics on your Apple Music app.
Amid a sea of competitors, Google’s podcast app immediately stands out on iOS, thanks to its algorithmic search and clean design.
The autocorrect feature in iOS can be both an incredibly helpful tool and a huge annoyance. Here are some of the ways to fix autocorrect nuances on an iPhone.
AirDrop allows you to easily share files between your Apple devices. Here is everything you need to know to use AirDrop to share files on Mac and iOS.
Finding troubleshooting information for Safari can be frustrating. Here are a few common reasons why Safari may not be working on your iPhone and how to fix the problems.
iOS 13 added a compression tool in the Files app, which allows you to easily create zip files. Learn how to zip and unzip files in the Files app in iOS.
How do you know which retailers accept Apple Pay? Here is how you can easily find Apple Pay locations on your iPhone and Mac.
If you just got a new iPad, the first thing you should configure is the Dock. Here are some ways for you to customize the dock on your iPad.
The iPhone can do almost everything, including becoming a mouse or trackpad for your PC. Here is how to configure your iPhone as a mouse for your Mac.
A bug has recently popped up in iOS where the contact names are not showing up. Here is how to fix the contacts showing as numbers only issue in iOS.
Apple recently added the full-page screenshot feature in iOS 13. This shows how to take a full page screenshot on your iPhone.
When setting up a new iOS device, the first thing to do is restore your contact lists. Here’s how you can restore contacts on an iOS device using iCloud.
With macOS Catalina, you can now set up your iPhone as a remote control for Apple TV and Apple Music. Learn how to use your iPhone as a remote control.
AirDrop either works, or it doesn’t, and it can be infuriating when it doesn’t work. Here a few solutions to fix AirDrop problems on your Mac and iPhone.
Apple officially added a font installation feature in iOS 13, albeit only usable on a few apps. Here’s how to install new fonts on iOS 13.
One of the selling point of Apple Music is the download of songs to your device. Here is how to automatically download Apple Music songs to your iOS device.
If you have several voice notes saved on your iPhone and would like to free up some space, here are several ways to transfer voice notes from your iPhone.
Your WhatsApp history could contain messges. Learn how you can back up your Whatsapp chats on an iOS device to Apple’s iCloud service.
If you’re tired of using the same old photos as your wallpaper on your iPhone, here is how you can set live wallpapers on an iPhone and liven up the screen.
For your Apple “two-factor authentication” settings, you can add an additional trusted phone number just in case you lose your password. Here is how to do so in macOS and iOS.
Apple calls the interconnectivity features between macOS and iOS the “Continuity System.” Here are all the ways the Continuity system works.
Are you looking for the perfect gift for an Apple fan this holiday season? The gift ideas on this list are sure to bring a smile to any iPhone or iPad user.
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.
Sony released “PS4 Remote Play,” bringing the power of the PS4 to Android, iOS, PC and Mac. Here’s how you can stream Playstation 4 games to iOS.
Google Voice is an application that enables you to make and receive calls without using your existing phone number. Here’s how to get Google Voice on iOS.
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.
If you are one of the millions of people tormented by robocalls on your iPhone, these apps can block robocalls and put an end to all unwanted calls.
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.
Every new iPhone software upgrade often comes with hidden features. Here are some hidden iPhone features you can use to improve your productivity.
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.
iOS 13 and macOS Catalina added the ability to add subtasks in the Reminders app. Here is how you can create Reminders subtasks in iOS and macOS.
To date, the WhatsApp app is still not available for iPad users. Luckily, this way allows you to use WhatsApp on the iPad without jailbreaking and only takes a few minutes to get started.
The TV app in macOS Catalina now handles all video content. Here is the new way to add videos to your iOS devices with the TV app and Finder.
Apple’s release of AirPrint in 2010 and its subsequent inclusion in hundreds of printers has made it easy to print from your iPhone or iPad. Here’s how to do so.
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.
One restriction of iPhone you might face in the US is carrier locking. Fortunately, It is relatively easy to unlock your iPhone. Here’s how.
Apple launched a new monthly subscription gaming service in September 2019 known as “Apple Arcade.” Here is the complete rundown on Apple Arcade.
Sometimes you just want to watch movies on your TV. Here are several methods to connect your iPhone to your TV and enjoy content on a big screen.