Taking screenshots is a common activity for iPhone users nowadays. Often people use screenshots to share things displayed on their screen, since it’s one of the fastest and most convenient ways to share content as an image. So, wouldn’t it be nice to use Siri to take screenshots and share them?
Want to stop sharing a calendar from the Mac? Maybe you’re trying to remove someone from your shared calendar? Removing someone from your iCloud calendar is as easy as sharing it using Apple’s Calendar app, and of course you can stop sharing a calendar completely too.
Apple has introduced a neat new privacy feature called Hide My Email, which, as the name implies, hides your email during service signups. This feature was introduced alongside iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 software updates as part of the company’s new iCloud+ service that focuses on user privacy, and is included in all existing paid … Read More
Are you looking to share your calendar with a lot of people from a Mac? In that case, adding those users to your shared calendar one by one can be a hassle. In such instances, you can make use of the Public Calendar feature that the Calendar app on macOS has to offer.
Did you know that your iPhone and iPad can detect text in images? Thanks to a unique feature called Live Text that debuted in iOS 15, you can now copy text information from photos, and paste that text anywhere you’d like.
Do you want to share your work schedule and upcoming meetings with a colleague? Or perhaps, you want to plan on events together? This can be done easily by sharing your calendar from your Mac.
Do you use the official Gmail app on iPhone or iPad, and you’d rather Gmail be the default mail app for sending and receiving mails? If so, you can make this change rather easily on iOS and iPadOS.
Do you find the menu bar items on your Mac’s display to be too small or difficult to read? If you’d like to make the menu bar size larger (or smaller), you can change the menubar size, which impacts the size of the fonts in the menu bar on the Mac.
Apple’s latest flagship iPhones, the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max, have a 120Hz high refresh rate display. While it’s great to experience buttery-smooth animations and motion clarity in videos, games, etc., it’s not for everyone. Some people may not notice the difference since the iPhone dynamically adjusts the refresh rate to … Read More
If you use Google Chrome for iPhone or iPad, you might occasionally want to clear cookies for websites, or other website data. And perhaps you want to specifically clear website cookies without affecting all your browsing history, search history, and saved passwords in Chrome? That can be done in iOS and iPadOS easily and within … Read More
DFU mode is a lower-level restoration state that’s utilized by advanced users to troubleshoot serious software issues. It’s something that can be used across all iPhone and iPad models, but the technique to enter the DFU mode varies on the newer iPad Pro models due to the hardware involved.
Recovery Mode is a troubleshooting mode that’s available on iPhones, iPads, and Macs. It allows users to troubleshoot various issues they’re with facing with their devices. Entering this mode varies depending on the device and the model you’re using. Therefore, someone who recently upgraded from an iPad with a home button to an M1-based iPad … Read More
When we think of search engines, the first thing that comes to mind for many is Google. Rightfully so, since it’s by far the most widely used search engine in the world. But, if you’re one of those people who use Ecosia, you’ll be happy to know that you can now set it as a … Read More
If you’re a Safari user on iPhone or iPad and you’ve ever tried clearing website cookies or browsing data, you may have noticed that it’s not possible to remove them without deleting your browsing history as well. However, there’s a hidden setting in iOS and iPadOS that allows you to do clear only the cookies … Read More
Did you change your mind on a calendar that you’re sharing using your iPhone or iPad? Perhaps, you want to remove one or more people who have access to your shared calendar? It’s pretty easy to stop sharing a Calendar within the Calendar app of iOS and iPadOS.
You may be familiar with calendar sharing on your iPhone and iPad. However, if you’re looking to share a calendar with more than just a few people, there’s a better way to do it. It turns out that you can use the Public Calendar feature to make a calendar accessible to a large group of … Read More
Did you know that you can use Siri to take a picture instead of pressing the shutter button yourself? This may come in handy when you’re taking group photos and you want everyone in the shot. Apple’s Shortcuts app makes this possible and it’s pretty easy to set up.