Tips to apply Filters and Tweak Contrast in your iPhone Photos App

If you don’t want to buy expensive third-party editing programs, then you can use powerful photo-editing tools built right into your iPhone. The Photos app does come with such tools that are intended to perfect your photos. This tutorial will walk you through the steps to apply filters and tweak contrast in your iPhone Photos app. Let’s take a look….


Tips to Add and Listen to Music on your Apple Watch

You can obviously control your iPhone’s music from the Apple Watch. But what if you wish to listen to music without your iPhone in range? In this case, you need to put your favorite music on your Apple Watch. And the good news is that Apple Watch offers you up to 2GB of local music storage, so you could always…


Here’s how to use Night Shift on Mac

Arriving with iOS 9.3 in 2016, Night Shift feature is intended to help reduce eye strain for easier nighttime reading. Now, Apple is bringing the feature to the Mac starting with the new macOS 10.12.4 update. This tutorial will walk you through the steps to use Night Shift on your Mac. Before jumping in, make sure that your Mac is…


Here’s how to manage email and mailboxes in Mail for iPhone and iPad

The Mail app for iPhone and iPad gives users the ability to create mailboxes, mark emails, and even create VIP lists. However, many users find it confusing to deal with a bunch of buttons and shortcuts when performing tasks right in the Mail app. In this article, we will be presenting to you how to manage email and mailboxes in…


Check out steps to keep Audio Messages from being deleted on iPhone

If you are using an iPhone, you have probably sent and received audio iMessages. Normally, audio recordings sent via iMessages last for two minutes, what if you wish to keep them? This tutorial will show you two ways to do so. Steps to keep Audio messages, manually or automatically You can keep audio messages manually by tapping the Keep button…


Steps must be followed to AirDrop from iPhone to Mac

AirDrop feature comes in very handy, as it allows you to wirelessly transfer files from an iPhone or iPad to a Mac in a quick manner. Despite the fact that AirDropping from iOS to macOS is straightforward, many users clearly don’t know how to use it and don’t even know the feature is available in their device. This tutorial will…

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Use these steps to delete a song from your Apple Music Library

If you have been using Apple Music for a long time, a bunch of songs must have been added to the library. And it’s time to delete songs to keep things organized and at the same time keep your storage free. If the song you are deleting is downloaded on the iPhone, you will be presented with two options, including…


Here’s how you can Collaborate on Notes in macOS

Notes for macOS has been much improved over time, and now gives users the option to collaborate with other people. Collaborating on Notes is pretty simple and is a great way to share shopping lists, itineraries or to-do lists with your family and friends. Not stopping there, it allows you to work on Notes with anyone using any modern Apple device….


Here’re steps to record a FaceTime call on your iPhone or Mac

If you are using a Mac or an iOS device, you must have made FaceTime calls to stay connected with your loved ones, and even business partners. Have you ever wanted to record those FaceTime calls for later viewing? This tutorial will show you how to record FaceTime calls on your iPhone or Mac. Take a look. Steps to record…

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Know how you can enable iTunes Parental Restrictions on a Mac

If your kids use iTunes on a Mac, you may not want them to access apps, books, movies, TV shows and podcasts that can include inappropriate adult material. Fortunately, you can prevent them from this by enabling iTunes Parental Restrictions. In this post, we will be presenting to you how to this. Take a look. Steps to enable iTunes Parental…


Check out steps to take and share a Live Photo Selfie on iPhone

If you are using an iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, or SE, you must have known how to take Live Photos. And you will be happy to know that you can also take a live photo selfie with your front-facing camera. In this tutorial we will show you how to take a live photo selfie on your iPhone,…

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Know how you can use a third-party remote to control your Apple TV

Sick of using the Siri remote to control your Apple TV as it gets misplaced easily or it is too small to be used comfortably? Well, there is a workaround that can help you out. You can seek the help of a third-party remote. It’s a pretty simple process. This tutorial will walk you through the steps to use a…

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Know how you can set default apps on Mac

Each file type has a default app that opens when you double click on them. For instance, if you double click on a txt file or an rtf file, your Mac will default to opening in TextEdit. However, over time, the default apps and file associations can change since you install more apps on your Mac. In this case, you…


Check out steps to use Apple Pay in Safari on iPhone

With the release of iOS 10, Apple gave the users option to use Apple Pay in Safari. Thanks to this, you can check out online with Apple Pay on your iPhone by using Touch ID to complete the transaction, thereby eliminating the need to fill out billing and shipping information with an online form. Apple Pay in Safari is available…

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Here’s how to make the mouse pointer on your Mac bigger

Many people have difficulty seeing the mouse pointer as they have limited eyesight or use a computer with very a very high-resolution display. In this case, they want to make it bigger. Thankfully, macOS allows you to make that adjustment temporarily or even permanently thanks to the built-in Accessibility options. This tutorial will show you how to make the mouse…