Passwords on iOS 12 are receiving some enhancements. This includes iOS’s built-in password manager, and third-party password managers.
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Apple’s acquisition of Workflow last year now makes sense, because the Workflow app is now called Shortcuts.
The iOS 12 Photos app has a couple of new features centered around searching and sharing. Here is what’s new.
It’s now called Apple Books, and it has plenty of new features that should keep readers happy.
Apple is bringing a bunch of new privacy and security features to macOS, especially in Safari.
The company says it doesn’t want to “prejudice” its challenge to an EU order.
Some trademarks were uncovered that give a list of possible names for the next macOS version.
Look for signs referencing The Ave, a street near the campus with plenty of restaurants and apartments.
Here’s how to manage Safari browsing history, although it might still be backed up to iCloud anyway.
Cult of Mac brings us news of a Steve Jobs portrait created from cigarette ash. Regardless of whether you think Mr. Jobs would approve this “toxic portrait” or not (I mean, yes cigarette chemicals are toxic), I think it’s a cool and creative way to make art. I don’t think I’ve ever seen ash art before, and this image of Mr. Jobs is very well done. The artist—who goes by the name Shin—recreated the famous Albert Watson photo, with Mr. Jobs posing and resting his hand on his chin. Shin also uses food and paper cups as media. You can find more of Shin’s work on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Now that summer is underway, you might be thinking of places to visit for a summer vacation.
Here’s how you can find your Siri music history.
Ms. Steinfeld is an Oscar-nominated actress and was nominated for her performance in True Grit, and she was nominated for a Golden Globe as a lead in The Edge of Seventeen.
It has all of the features you’re familiar with, plus some new ones to keep your iPhoneography game strong.
Now that summer is here and school is out, your kids might be wanting some stuff to do.
The first, called Eve Aqua, is a smart water controller. The second, called Eve Flare, is a portable LED lamp.
It gives you 3D lighting similar to portrait lighting, which is great if you have an iPhone 7 Plus like Andrew and can’t get portrait lighting.
Since it contains a list of all the content you’ve ever bought with an Apple device, you can calculate how much you’ve spent.