Some iPhone and iPad users may have updated to iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 but then determined the latest software update is not compatible with their current workflow. This is typically due to app problems, app incompatibilities, or some other deal-breaking issue that makes using iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 impossible, at least until a … Read More
Having a problem with an Apple device, Mac system software, or iOS? Maybe your Mac is behaving weird, or your iPhone isn’t charging properly, or an iPad app is crashing, or something is just not working as expected? Browse through and search our troubleshooting articles and you might be able to resolve the problem!
Is your iPhone stuck on the Apple logo screen after attempting to update iOS to the latest version? Or maybe you see the ‘connect to computer’ screen on the device? If considerable time has passed and the device is stuck on the Apple logo or connect to computer splash screen, there’s a fair chance … Read More
Did you participate in the iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 public beta to try out Apple’s major software update early? Well, now that the final stable versions of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are available to the general public, you may not be interested in receiving beta versions of system software anymore.
Some iPhone and iPad users have updated to iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 and discovered wi-fi issues that did not exist before the update, whether it’s that a wireless network suddenly doesn’t work, or the connection is dropping, abnormally slow, or some other wi-fi difficulty. Considering that nearly everything relies on the internet these days, … Read More
Resetting the SMC on new model iMac, iMac Pro, Mac mini, and Mac Pro desktop Macs have a T2 security chip is a different procedure than on earlier models of the same hardware. SMC, which stands for System Management Controller, handles a variety of hardware functions on the Mac, including power, fan operation, some ports, … Read More
Some Windows 10 users have been reporting an error message stating “a device attached to the system is not functioning” when their iOS or iPadOS devices are connected to a PC. This occurs when Windows is unable to properly communicate with your iPhone or iPad, and there are various reasons why this could happen all … Read More
Restoring an iPhone or iPad can be necessary sometimes, usually as a troubleshooting procedure. If you’re a Windows PC user, you can restore iPhone and iPad easily with iTunes. Restoring a device can be helpful if you’re facing issues with your iOS device, or if you’re simply planning to sell or trade it for a … Read More
Some iPhone and iPad users may occasionally run into a frustrating issue where FaceTime calls keep hanging up, dropping connections, disconnecting, or otherwise failing, usually after being on a successful FaceTime call for a few seconds. If you’re experiencing issues with FaceTime dropping calls, random disconnections, and hang ups, then read on to help troubleshoot … Read More
If you’re unable to resolve any issue that you’re facing with an Apple device or service despite reading our articles, you can always get in touch with an official Apple Support agent for further assistance.
Ever had an Apple Watch app freeze or become unresponsive? if so, you may wish to force quit the Apple Watch app.
Want to downgrade from iOS 14 beta on iPhone and revert back to iOS 13? Are you facing any major issues after updating your iPhone to iOS 14? Or perhaps you’re not enjoying iOS 14 as you thought you would? Luckily, you can downgrade the iPhone software back to iOS 13 without losing all your … Read More
If you have the latest iPhone SE model (from 2020), you might want to learn how you can put your device into recovery mode. Recovery Mode can be useful in order to troubleshoot various software related issues you’re facing with the device.
If you’re using a Mac running MacOS Catalina 10.15.4 or later (including Big Sur), you might have seen a new and somewhat cryptic message pop up when your Mac is turned on, or when you use certain apps. Titled “Legacy System Extension”, the message goes on to note that “existing software on your system loaded … Read More
Having trouble with emails on iPhone or iPad? The Mail app that comes preinstalled on all Apple devices like the iPhone, iPad and Mac is widely used by iOS and ipadOS users to send and receive emails, regardless of what e-mail service they use. And it typically behaves as expected, but sometimes you may not … Read More
Making Bluetooth connections with peripherals and other devices from your iPhone or iPad is a fairly simple and straightforward procedure for the most part, but sometimes you might run into connectivity-related issues. In rare cases, you might be unable to successfully pair or connect a Bluetooth accessory to your iOS device, or you might have … Read More
Apple’s FaceTime feature offers a free and convenient way to make video calls with other iPhone, iPad, and Mac users. Although it works seamlessly for the most part, you could occasionally run into FaceTime problems and connectivity-related issues. In some cases, you may find a situation where you’re unable to start or join FaceTime video … Read More
Optimize Mac Storage is a settings option available on the latest versions of MacOS that allow certain files, data, and documents to be stored on iCloud and iCloud Drive when storage on the Mac is running low, effectively offloading some data from the Mac to iCloud. This may be a convenient feature for some Mac … Read More
Looking to change your Apple ID password from your iPhone or iPad? There are multiple ways to go about it, but the most convenient way would be to change it right from the comfort of your device.