Have you ever plugged your iPhone into the charger and found, to your dismay, no reassuring "doink" and lighting bolt indicator in the top right menu bar? A trip to the Apple store may not be necessary if a rather amusing thing has happened. John Martellaro has the quick fix.
Today's article by Melissa Holt is about iOS 9.2's new Mail Drop ability. Since Yosemite, we've been able to use this fine feature on the Mac, but with the latest version of iOS, we can now send large attachments through email quickly and simply from our mobile devices, too. Come find out how in this Quick Tip.
Did you know Apple offered a service where you can check the settings on an email account? I didn't either, but I stumbled on it this past weekend when fiddling with email issues on a new iMac. It's called simply "Mail Settings Lookup," and it can greatly help when setting up an account in Mail.app (or other email clients).
Today, Melissa Holt's gonna give us some suggestions on how to use Siri with the new Apple TV, including how to repeat a bit of dialogue you missed, skip ahead in your current show or movie, and find out where to watch something you've searched for. Everything's waiting for you in this Quick Tip!
Apple slipped a nice feature into iOS 9.2, which was released Tuesday. The "Reduce Motion" feature in your Accessibility settings adds substantially more control to the App Switcher in iOS.
Today's Quick Tip is about changing the video-taking resolution and frame rate of your iPhone 6s or 6s Plus. You can choose to take 4K video if you want, or you can stick with Apple's default 1080p setting, all by checking out one little configuration option! Come on in and read all about it.
Today's Quick Tip is about that mysterious "xfinitywifi" network you may have seen (or accidentally joined). Unfortunately, if you've used it before, you may find that you get automatically connected to it when your home network goes down momentarily, which can be a problem when you try to print, for example! We'll help you get rid of it in this article.
If you're not sure why icons keep popping up and vanishing on the left side of your Dock (or if you're just tired of seeing them do so!), then this Quick Tip's for you. We'll talk about how to turn off OS X's Handoff feature, so if you want, you can be free of those mysterious disappearing icons.
iOS 9's Mail app has a feature that'll let you annotate images before you send them, so if you've gotta add in your signature, circle part of an image for clarity, or put in a text box, you can do so. In today's Quick Tip, we'll tell you how!
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