The News app on your Mac (and on your iPhone and iPad) is a pretty cool way to get curated content, but when you’d like to share a link from it, you may decide to open the article in Safari first and then send your link along. We’ve got the scoop on how (and why)!
A concerning change was quietly pushed to the iOS App Store recently. Users this week noticed that Apple is no longer listing all in-app purchases and their prices for apps and games that offer them.
Lots of services and apps now offer recurring subscriptions for additional features. Apple conveniently manages these subscriptions for you, ensuring both ease of use and security. But what if you want to cancel an App Store subscription? Here’s how to do it quickly via iOS or iTunes.
Hear a catchy song while shopping in an Apple Store? Apple prides itself on its love of music, and you can find a comprehensive and regularly updated playlist of all the music currently playing at an Apple Store near you. Here’s how.
AirPlay 2 has just launched as part of the iOS 11.4 update, almost a year after the company first announced the technology at its WWDC 2017 keynote. It’s currently limited to Apple’s HomePod speaker, but a number of third party manufacturers have pledged to bring it to their own products in the coming months. So even if you don’t own a HomePod, here’s a quick look at the improvements AirPlay 2 brings and the devices on which you’ll soon be able to find it.
Using app-specific passwords is a simple way to protect access to your actual account passwords, and in today’s article, we’re going to go over how to generate one for your Apple ID! This is handy for use with Outlook, calendar-sharing services, and so on, and it’s fast!
Apple killed Target Display Mode with the first 5K iMacs because Thunderbolt 2 just couldn’t push enough pixels to fill the high resolution display. Now that new iMacs with Thunderbolt 3 are here, many hoped Apple would reintroduce this niche feature but an update to Apple’s Support Site reveals that this isn’t the case.
Apple has released a new way to subscribe to Apple Music, this time for a little bit cheaper. Users can now pay up front for a full year of Apple Music and receive a discount of about 17 percent over the total on the month-to-month plan.
Apple Pay can be incredibly convenient for iOS users, but while the number of stores which support the feature is growing every day, Apple Pay still can’t be used everywhere. Instead of taking a risk and heading out the door without your wallet, check to see if a store supports Apple Pay before you visit by looking up the store with Maps. Here’s how it works.
The new Apple TV Siri Remote is Apple’s first remote control with a rechargeable battery. But with no visual indicator of battery life on the remote itself, how do you know when it’s time to recharge the battery? Here’s a quick tip on finding your Apple TV Siri Remote battery life via the Apple TV Settings interface.