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Here are five useful tricks for Mac

The Mac is best known for offering a high level of performance ranging from playing high-resolution videos to handling heavy graphics tasks. Apple’s Mac family strives to improve every year with new features and improvements that add up to a better user experience. If you are a long-time Mac user, you may be wondering whether you can take full control…







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Here is how you can clear all notifications on your Apple Watch at one go

Apple Watch is among the most desired smartwatches in the market. One of the most noticeable features when it comes to Apple Watch is its ability to keep you connected with notifications without the need to take your iPhone out of pocket. In other words, with Apple Watch, all of your notifications are right on your wrist. Normally, if you…







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Here is how you can check if your Mac supports Night Shift mode

Night Shift is a great feature for iPhone and iPad. Basically, once enabled, Night Shift mode automatically changes the color temperature to a warmer hue, making nighttime reading much easier without restraining your eyes. With the release of macOS Sierra 10.12.4, Apple finally brings Night Shift mode to Mac, eliminating the need for a third-party app to be installed on…







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Steps to check the charge status of AirPods and Charging Case on your iPhone/iPad

Apple is finally selling AirPods, its new Bluetooth wireless headphones, in the market following its launch event last year. Apple’s new AirPods quickly turned into a craze that millions of registrations were reported during the first weeks of availability. However, AirPods have their own issues that may ruin your day. In this case, many users have reported that their charging…







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Steps to get GPS coordinates on your iPhone

If you are a professional runners or skiers, knowing precise GPS coordinates can be extremely helpful, as it allows you to navigate and find your way in unfamiliar terrain or send a rescue signal to authorities in case of emergency. If you are now using an iPhone, you will be happy to know that your iPhone includes a built-in GPS…







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Tips to share a group of contacts from your iPhone or iPad

Have you ever asked yourself if you can share a group of contacts to your friends from your iPhone or iPad? Well you are not alone out there, as it seems that many users are also asking the same question. In reality, Apple doesn’t allow you to send a group of contacts at the same time, but with the help…







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Steps to disable push notification popups in Safari for Mac

Safari comes bundled with iOS and macOS and serves as the top web browser on your devices. Safari is best known for giving a high level of performance, but there is exception to everything. Like Google Chrome, when you head to a popular news site, you will get push notification popups for the site. If you choose to enable them,…







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Steps to set up and use Google Voice on your iPhone and iPad

Google Voice is a great app that provides calling, text messaging and voicemail services. Google Voice has lagged behind its competitors for a few years, but things have changed this year. Google Voice received a significant update earlier this year that brings in a new user interface and voicemail transcription for Spanish. Basically, Google Voice is making it much easier…







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Steps to download Twitter videos on iPhone, iPad and Mac

Twitter is undoubtedly one of the most popular social networks out there. Twitter has changed a lot since it was officially released to the public over a decade ago. The social network keeps improving itself in an attempt to add up to a much better user experience. However, there is something missing from Twitter. In this case, have you ever…








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Here is how you can delete multiple contacts at once on your Mac

The Contacts app for iPhone has not changed much since it first came out for the original iPhone back in 2007, making way for third-party apps to come in and add more functionality. If you open your Contacts app on your Mac and you notice that there are tons of contacts you’d never associate with, it’s time you removed all…







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Steps to change the default search scope in Finder

Normally, Finder will search through your entire Mac to locate what you are now after. While this may be pretty useful for some Mac users, others may find it annoying as it takes much longer to scroll through your full hard drive to locate a file. If you don’t want to wait longer to look for a file while you…







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Here is how you can speed up your Mac

Mac offers a high level of performance thanks to its optimized hardware. The recently-introduced MacBook Pro is considered as the thinnest and lightest as well as most powerful laptop Apple has ever released, promising to offer faster and smoother performance ranging from gaming to handling heavy-graphics tasks. However, there are expceptions to everything. In reality, your Mac will slow down over…







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Steps to enlarge your Mac’s mouse pointer

macOS Sierra has come a long way both in terms of functionality and user interface. Apple’s desktop operating system keeps improving itself in the hope that it provides better user experience and compelling features. One of the most exciting features in macOS Sierra is its ability to make your mouse pointer bigger. This is a handy feature for those who…







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Steps to update non-App Store apps in macOS Sierra

There are tons of apps that hit Mac App Store every day, but not all of them are worth your attention. That’s why you need to download apps outside the Mac App Store. In reality, there are a lot of great apps that are absent from the Mac App Store. Those apps allow you to do a lot of things…