It’s official! Apple has announced new iPhones with significantly improved camera capabilities, an Apple Watch with an always-on screen, and an improved entry-level iPad. Read on for details of all these and more:
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The best thing you can do to improve your email productivity is to write better email. That will help you avoid confusion, unnecessary back-and-forth, and annoyance. Try these six tips:
Want to reduce the thickness of your wallet? Try offloading some cards to the Wallet app on your iPhone! Here are the basics:
Two-factor authentication provides a useful additional layer of security, but it can be a pain to use. With iOS 12 and Safari in Mojave, Apple has made it dead simple to autofill SMS-based login codes. Learn how here:
How hot is too hot for your Apple devices? You may be surprised by the answer.
Among all the new stuff in macOS is a solid performer that too many Mac users overlook: Spotlight. Did you know you can use it to do currency conversions, track flights, check movie showtimes, and more?
Ever wanted to show a remote friend how to do something on your iPhone rather than talk them through it, step by step? The screen recording feature of iOS is just what the tech support doctor ordered. Learn how to record your screen here