The Apple Watch’s Control Center is a one-stop shop for handy tools, like Airplane Mode and Do Not Disturb. With watchOS 5, we can even rearrange its icons, so come find out how!
Siri, Apple’s voice assistant, can now help you find passwords you’ve stored in iCloud Keychain, so rather than drilling down into Settings on your iPhone or Safari’s preferences on your Mac, you can just ask Siri to pull up something for you. We’ll tell you how to do just that in this article!
macOS Mojave and iOS 12 have teamed up to bring us Camera Continuity. Camera Continuity allows you to initiate a photo request on your Mac and then have your iPhone automatically take and send the photo or document over.
iOS 12 brings with it a bunch of new features and improvements, but one of our favorites is how you can now enable Do Not Disturb until an event is over, say, or until you leave your house. It’s handy not to have to remember to turn it off!
Lots of websites contain great information, but they’re not laid out with printing or sharing via PDF in mind. Extra stuff like sidebars, ads, and video players make printing most websites a mess. But you can use Safari’s Reader View to print a clean copy with just the information you want included.
Siri Suggestions attempts to intelligently recommend apps, or content from apps, in relevant situations such as when searching or using the iOS Look Up function. But Siri might not always get it right, and may frequently recommend apps that you don’t want. Instead of turning Siri Suggestions off entirely, here’s how to tell it exclude certain apps from its recommendations so that you won’t see the apps unless you explicitly want to.
When you swipe to scroll a website in Safari on your iPhone, is it choppy and stuttering instead of the usual smooth experience? One culprit may be the iPhone’s Low Power Mode. Here’s why this feature makes Safari choppy and how to turn it off.
When you set up Screen Time in iOS 12, you’re asked to pick certain app categories that you’d like to restrict in terms of usage time limits. But what if the apps you want to limit don’t fall neatly into one or more categories? Or what if you want to limit some apps from a particular category but not all of them? Here’s how to set up Screen Time limits for individual apps or groups of apps that you choose.
The new Screen Time feature in iOS 12 is part of Apple’s efforts to help users understand their mobile device usage and curb iPhone addiction. But not everyone needs a feature like this, and it may also introduce privacy concerns by tracking which apps you use and for how long. For those who aren’t interested in this feature, here’s how to turn off Screen Time.
This article is all about one of the little-known options within Mail on the iPhone and iPad: drawing right within a message you’re composing and sending your artwork along to your recipient. We’ve got the details on this fun feature!