We all have pictures that appear to be too orange or too blue because of the lighting conditions that they were taken under. In this article, we’ll talk about how to fix these unfortunate color casts using the Photos app on the Mac!
When you need to install software updates on your Mac, you probably head to the Mac App Store. But when it comes to macOS software updates, the Mac App Store is really just a front end for a UNIX command, and fans of the Mac’s Terminal can actually use this command to update their Mac and first party apps while bypassing the Mac App Store altogether. Here’s how.
If you get tired of your Mac’s Desktop wallpaper, then switch it up every day! (Without you having to go in and change it yourself, that is.) In this article, we’re going to talk about how to configure the Mac’s wallpaper to change on a schedule or when certain events—like logging in or waking from sleep—occur.
The HomePod may certainly favor Apple’s own music service, but that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with Apple Music. In fact, if you have a Mac, you can use the HomePod as an external AirPlay speaker for any music or audio source. Here’s how to send audio from your Mac to your HomePod via AirPlay.
When you first unbox a new iPhone, you’re greeted with Apple’s clean default home screen layout. As you install apps and move things around over time, your home screen(s) can become quite cluttered. Here’s a quick iOS 11 tip on how you can reset your iPhone home screen and automatically sort your apps with a single tap!
Apple’s Find My iPhone app is great when you have no idea where your iPhone is. But if you know that your iPhone is somewhere in your house, and you have an Apple Watch on your wrist, here’s how to quickly send an audible ping to your iPhone, helping you find it before you resort to tossing couch cushions.
The iPhone is not only one of the most popular smartphones in the world, it’s also one of the most popular flashlights. Here’s how to adjust the brightness of your iPhone flashlight using a quick Control Center action.
Mail’s “flag” feature is a quick and easy way to categorize messages, so if you need to follow up on an item, you can use this to find it fast. But if you’d like the flags to have more descriptive names than their associated colors, we’ve got the details for you on how to do it!
Siri can help you do all kinds of everyday tasks, such as taking notes, making phone calls, and setting reminders. But with iOS 11, the voice assistant can now also translate words and phrases into different languages, meaning that you could ask it to convert “Where is the airport” into German—and your device would then speak the translation aloud! We’ve got the how-to in this article.
Gmail has a built-in way to use its web interface to block email from certain senders, and we’ve got the how-to in this tip! You’ll learn how to exclude spammers and other nefarious types from your preciously private inbox.