Siri is great, even if it lags a bit behind some of the other voice assistants. (We’re looking at you, Google.) But on the Touch Bar of the MacBook Pro, its button can take up valuable real estate that you could use for other, more important icons. We’ll tell you all about it in this article!
Apple Pay on the Apple Watch is an incredibly convenient way to pay for stuff in stores that support it. But if you’re seeing the wrong card when you invoke the payment service on your device, then never fear—we’ll tell you how to change it!
Apple’s new version of macOS has a ton of new features and improvements, but one of our favorites is the fact that you can combine PDFs right from the Finder instead of having to jump through hoops in Preview or Acrobat. The details are inside today’s article!
We’re big fans of Siri, Apple’s voice assistant, but it can be embarrassing to talk into an iPhone or Mac when you need a question answered. Today’s article goes over how you can type (instead of talking) to Siri!
Microsoft Word on the Mac is filled with all sorts of hidden goodies, and the trick in this article is no exception. Today we’re going over how to switch FROM ALL CAPS WRITING to Initial Caps Like This with just a shortcut!
If you want to format certain text in your document in exactly the same way as other text (to create headers, for example), then don’t go through and select fonts for every paragraph. Learning how to copy and paste styles is the way to go, and it’s a huge time-saver!
Live Photos in iOS are neat, but sometimes you only want a standard still image. Here’s how to nondestructively convert a Live Photo to a still image using the exact frame you want.
If you use Pages, Apple’s word processor program, to store data you’d rather keep private, then you should password-protect your sensitive stuff. In this article, we’ll go over how to add and change passwords in that program!
Whether you’re a bulking bodybuilder or just someone who pays attention to his weight, the Apple Watch can help. It can tell you both how much energy you’re using at rest and how much you use while you’re active, and with those numbers, you can figure out what’s best for your body! We’ve got the scoop in this article.
Starting with the iPhone 7, Apple introduced haptic feedback to the iPhone, giving iOS the ability to inform users of various system events, such as changing the date in a calendar appointment or reaching the maximum zoom level on a photo. While separate from the traditional vibrations associated with notifications and the iPhone ringer, some users don’t like the feel of these subtle taps. If that’s you, here’s how to turn off haptic feedback on the iPhone.