iOS 14 includes an accessibility feature called ‘Back Tap’, which essentially lets users use the back of their device as a touchscreen.
Apple released its newest operating systems on Wednesday, including iPadOS 14. Here are some of the new features you’ll see.
Scribble in iPadOS 14 allows you to use an Apple Pencil to handwrite into an editable field and automatically convert that into typed text.
A welcome change in iOS 14 users involves Shortcuts. It’s now possible for certain automations to run entirely in the background.
Apple released watchOS 7 to the public on Wednesday and there are a ton of new features available to customers. Here are seven of them.
Apple is hosting an event titled ‘Time Flies’, starting at 1 PM ET/10 AM PT, and there are lots of ways to watch and follow along.
With so many VPN apps on the market, which ones should you choose? Andrew has five VPN apps to share with his opinions.
Apple Stores across the U.S. and the rest of the world are closing and reopening to respond to the local COVID-19 situation.
An updated list of all the Amazon Fire TV devices you can use to watch Apple TV+, including Insignia and Toshiba devices.
iOS 14 lets you add captions to photos and it’s a great way to add more information to them to save your memories.
Twitte has now rolled out the ability to see all the different quote tweets related to a post across all platforms.
When you delete a Windows partition, but don’t use Boot Camp Assistant to remove the installation, something pesky gets left behind. In this Quick Tip, Jeff Butts shows how to delete the leftover EFI Boot entry from when you dual-booted between macOS and Windows.
An official web version of Apple Music is now available, so you can access playlists, libraries, and exclusive content in your browser.
Charlotte shows you how to use Private Browsing Mode in Safari on your iPhone or iPad (running iOS 13/iPadOS 13).
If you are currently an Apple TV+ and CBS All Access subscriber, you can add SHOWTIME for free. John explains the slight trick involved.
If you think your only options for beautiful spreadsheets is Excel, Jeff Butts has an excellent overview of how to use Numbers on iCloud
If you’ve wondered how to use Pages on iCloud, Jeff Butts of The Mac Observer has done a deep dive to help you from start to finish.
An annoyance in how you set an alarm in the Clock app has been fixed. The rotating dial is gone, but the feature still isn’t perfect.
One of the most frustrating tasks for iPhone and iPad users is figuring out how to get it to play nicely with encrypted email with iOS Mail. Jeff Butts decided to brave the frustration, scoured the Internet for tips, and developed a method that should solve your woes.