The New York Times has revealed that iPhone apps are constantly reporting our every movement to a shadowy collection of location-data companies. If that creeps you out (as it should!) read on to learn how to protect your location privacy.
If you’ve resisted requiring a password on your Mac after it wakes up or comes out of the screen saver because it’s too much work to enter repeatedly, an Apple Watch can make authentication much easier.
The next time you buy and set up a new Mac, make sure to migrate data and apps from your previous Mac to it right away during the initial setup. Here’s how…
Never, ever share your iPhone or iPad passcode with anyone who you don’t trust implicitly. Instead, you can give people limited access to a single app with Guided Access. Learn more here:
For many of us, voicemail replaced answering machines, so we don’t think of voicemail messages as being something we can save or share, but you can!
Apple has been squashing bugs in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 left and right, with numerous updates since their September release. If you’ve upgraded already, we recommend that you keep installing maintenance fixes as they come out.