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Enable Do Not Disturb on Apple Watch Quickly

Jan 31, 2016 - 4 Comments
Do Not Disturb on Apple Watch

A large part of the utility with Apple Watch is receiving notifications and alerts which can be quickly sorted through, addressed, or dismissed right on your wrist. While you can quickly clear out the notifications, sometimes you just want peace and quiet instead, and the best way to stop the Apple Watch from tapping your … Read More

How to Disable Shake To Undo on iPhone & iPod Touch

Jan 30, 2016 - 4 Comments
Disable or enable shake to undo in iOS

The iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch uses a physical Shake to Undo and Shake to Redo feature to serve as the equivalent of “undo” and “redo” keys, since unlike the iPad, the iPhone and iPod touch lack screen buttons for those functions. And if you’re unfamiliar, yes literally shaking the phone will attempt to undo … Read More

How to Use Slide Over Multitasking on iPad

Jan 29, 2016 - 14 Comments
Slide Over multitasking on iPad

iOS for iPad has dramatically improved multitasking with Spit View dual-pane apps and its counterpart, Slide Over. The Slide Over feature lets you quickly reference, use, and access secondary apps on the iPad without having to enter into full fledged split screen app mode, and without having to switch apps. This feature is great for … Read More

Save the Mac App Store Password for Free Downloads in OS X

Jan 27, 2016 - 18 Comments
Save password for free app store downloads in Mac OS X

Having to constantly enter the Apple ID password to download free apps from the Mac App Store is kind of annoying, but thanks to a new settings option you can stop the authentication requirement for free apps while still maintaining it for paid app downloads and for in-app purchases in OS X.

How to Delete All Email from Mail Inbox on iPhone & iPad

Jan 26, 2016 - 6 Comments
Delete all emails from Mail in iOS

The latest versions of iOS Mail app include a “Trash All” function that allows you to quickly delete all emails in an inbox on any iPhone, IPad, or iPod touch. This is the fastest way to delete all emails in an inbox from an iOS device, and can be helpful if you want to clear … Read More

How to Add Checklists to Notes in iOS & OS X

Jan 25, 2016 - 21 Comments
Notes icon in iOS

Notes app includes a variety of enhanced features for iOS and OS X users, but one that is particularly useful is the ability to make checklists easily in the app. As you probably guessed, the checklists are interactive, so you can check things off your own created lists or notes easily to help you keep … Read More

iPhone Keeps Restarting Randomly? Here’s How to Fix it

Jan 24, 2016 - 12 Comments
iPhone randomly restarts? Here's how to fix that

While iOS is usually a pretty flawless experience without many bugs or glitches, one issue that crops up for some iPhone and iPad users is especially annoying; their iPhone keeps restarting randomly. Seemingly out of nowhere and at random, the iPhone restarts itself, and you’ll see an Apple  logo before the device boots back … Read More

How to Report iMessage Spam as Junk & Delete the Message

Jan 23, 2016 - 6 Comments
Messages

Ever received a junk iMessage to an iPhone or iPad from someone you don’t know, or that is clearly spam? With new versions of the Messages app, there is a simple way to report the spammy iMessage sender as such to Apple, which helps them to detect and reduce junk bulk iMessages.

Show Location Usage Icon in the Menu Bar of Mac OS X

Jan 22, 2016 - 7 Comments
Show location use menu icon in Mac OS X

More services and features rely on location to function properly on Mac OS X, but whereas iOS will default to showing you a little compass arrow icon when location is accessed and used, OS X doesn’t show comparable location usage by default in the latest versions. For users who want to know when Mac OS … Read More

The iTunes Lockdown Folder Location & How to Reset iOS Lockdown Certificates in Mac OS X & Windows

Jan 21, 2016 - 6 Comments
The iOS Lockdown folders in Mac OS X and Windows

A hidden Lockdown folder is created by iTunes which stores certificate UDID data for iOS devices that are synced to a specific computer. These lockdown certificates are required to be able to successfully sync an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with a computer, but in some specific occasions, a user may need to manually access … Read More

How to Share Activity Progress with Apple Watch & iPhone

Jan 21, 2016 - 3 Comments
apple-watch-activity-ring

The Activity app on iPhone gathers much of the physical activity, pedometer, and health and fitness data from Apple Watch and presents it in an easy to read format. But the info found in Activity app is not limited to just the iPhone and Apple Watch, because you can share Activity progress easily with others … Read More

How to Use Mail Drop in iOS for Sending Large Files via Email

Jan 20, 2016 - 4 Comments
Using Mail Drop in iOS for sending large files

The newest version of iOS supports Mail Drop, a feature which allows users to upload a large file to iCloud for a recipient to download, rather than attempting to attach the large file to the email itself. This is great because it allows you to send files up to 5GB through email, when it’s not … Read More

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