Today’s article is about the ubiquitous open/save windows that appear whenever we need to, well…open or save something on our Macs. There are easy ways to use keyboard shortcuts to navigate and manipulate those windows, and we’ll tell you how!
Face ID on the iPhone X is a pretty amazing technology, and you can do more with it than just make animoji! In this tip, we’re going to go over its “Attention Aware” and “Require Attention” features and how you can disable them if you’d like to.
When you open multiple images at the same time with Photoshop, the default behavior is to open each image in its own separate document. This is fine if you’ll be working on each image individually, but if you plan to combine the images into a single document, all Photoshop is doing is creating additional work for you to do. Instead, here’s how to open multiple images and have Photoshop import them as layers in a single document.
The Mac’s Preview program is powerful, and it can do all sorts of stuff with PDFs, like signing them, helping you to fill out forms electronically, and so on. But another way it excels is in combining PDFs quickly and easily, and we’ve got the scoop in this article!
The iPhone X has a unique way for you to force it to restart if it’s locked up, and this method is different from all of the other iPhone models except the 8 and 8 Plus. For today’s tip, we’ll go over how you’ll do this if you’re having trouble with your device!
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!
If you switch to a new iPhone and haven’t given the camera access to your location, then your device may not be saving location data on the places where you’ve taken your pictures. In today’s article, we’ll go over how you can tell—and how to toggle it back on!
Many people use the Apple Calendar app for macOS and iOS to create and manage their meetings and appointments, but there is often supplemental material that needs to be associated with the upcoming event. Instead of frantically searching your email for that PDF your boss sent you when the meeting was first scheduled two weeks ago, the Calendar app actually allows you to add attachments to your events. Here’s how it works.
The Mac’s built-in Web browser, Safari, has a special menu that’ll let you copy, save, or copy a link to almost any image you find. In this article, we’ve got all the details on how this works! With the usual caveats for not using other people’s work when you don’t have permission, of course. Don’t forget that part.
The best way to use Time Machine is with multiple disks, ensuring that your Mac’s backups remain safe even if one of your backup drives fails. But using multiple disks with Time Machine means that some of your backup data may differ between drives. Thankfully, Apple provides a hidden feature that lets you browse and recover data from a specific Time Machine drive rather than the latest aggregate data from all of your drives. Here’s how it works.