To reduce the chance of missing an important message, consider making a “ham filter.”
Apple’s recently announced expanded protections for child safety have generated a firestorm of criticism and confusion. We attempt to answer some of the most common questions we’ve received.
New in iOS 14.5 is a privacy-protecting feature called App Tracking Transparency, which forces apps to ask you for permission to track your activities across other apps and websites. Learn more about why you should never allow tracking here:
If your Macintosh computer restarts multiple times, try these two things right off.
Apple’s new AirTags are great for finding your keys or bag, but they also come with some security and privacy implications—someone could try to track you with a hidden AirTag. Read on to learn how Apple helps you detect such a problem.
In May 2021, the team at 1Password introduced a brand new item type of record with distinct fields to help you store and track health-related information. But that is just the beginning…
We’ve all gotten that panicked “Where are you?!?” text message at some point. Here is a quick way to share your location.
Why are video calls so exhausting when all you’re doing is sitting around and talking? Here’s the word from Stanford University researchers, along with advice on making those non-stop calls less tiring.
If you’re using QuickBooks Online with the service’s Mac app to manage your business’s accounting, here are your options.
So you’ve gotten your COVID-19 vaccination. Congratulations, and thank you for nudging the planet closer to the herd immunity needed for life to return to normal! But can you post your card…
Paste and Match Style command (sometimes called Paste and Match Formatting, Paste Text Only, or Paste without Formatting) is very powerful, learn hot to use it.
Did you know that you can invoke a wide variety of special views on the Mac simply by moving your cursor into a corner of the screen? Read on to learn everything you can do with hot corners.
It’s frustrating when your mask prevents Face ID from unlocking your iPhone, but Apple has now come to our rescue with iOS 14.5.1 and watchOS 7.4.1, which can automatically unlock using your Apple Watch. Learn more at: