Let’s take a look at the new Apple Watch Mirroring accessibility feature: what it is, how it can help you, and how to get started with it.
How to Add Your Apple Account Card to Wallet
With iOS 15.5, Apple has brought back the iTunes Pass as your Apple Account Card. Let’s look at how to add it to Wallet and use it.
How to Turn Off Alarms on Other People’s iPhones
If you’ve ever wished you could easily turn off someone’s iPhone alarm when they forgot, you can. Siri will gladly handle it for you.
How to Fix a Broken Shift Key in Universal Control on an iPad
If you’ve noticed a problem with your Shift key in Universal Control on an iPad, you aren’t alone. Here’s how to fix it.
How to Reset Bluetooth on macOS Monterey
With the loss of its menu bar option, you may wonder how to reset Bluetooth on macOS Monterey. Wonder no more, as Jeff Butts explains how.
This Trick Lets You Put Apps on Multiple Home Screens
Here’s a neat trick. You can actually put icons for your apps on multiple Home Screens, for those apps you want accessible anywhere.
Hidden iOS Gesture to Select Multiple Items by Two-Finger Swiping
A little known iOS gesture makes it much easier to select multiple items. All it takes is a two-finger swipe, as Jeff Butts demonstrates.
Enjoy Smart Volume Button Orientation on Any iPad
Previously found only on the 6th-generation iPad mini, smart volume buttons are available for all Apple tablets running iPadOS 15.4 or later.
Learn If Your Mac and iPad Support Universal Control
A new feature allows you to use a single mouse and keyboard with your Mac and iPad. Let’s look at which devices support Universal Control.
How to Put Your Favorite Shortcuts in the Dock
On macOS, the Dock is where to look for the apps you run the most. So why can’t you put shortcuts on the dock? In the latest version, you can.