To show battery percentage on an iPhone XR or iPhone 11 you need to access the Control Center or add a Widget.
There’s an easy way to look up your Apple warranty status for any product you own. And then proceed if you need assistance.
Further U.S. Apple Stores have had to reclose following a spike in COVID-19 cases. This includes all stores in Florida shuttering once again.
One of Charlotte’s favorite features in Apple Music is that you can search for a song using the lyrics, without knowing the title.
If you need an iPhone 11 right now, here are the places that have the best iPhone price.
Apple is extending its COVID-19 Customer Assistance Program through July for customers who have been financially impacted by the pandemic.
The iOS 14 beta has been released for developers, but the public beta isn’t out yet. Here’s where to install them on your devices.
Apple is treating Apple Card as a service, not just a physical product, and will continue to add merchants to its 3% Daily Cash program.
Andrew shows us how to get Safari 14 features like Privacy Report without having to download the macOS Big Sur beta.
It is not immediately obvious how you can turn off FaceTime on your Mac, but there are actually a couple of ways to do it.
One fun thing that Siri can do is tell you which song is currently topping the charts in whichever country you’re in.
Andrew has been using VSCO since 2017. As a social media app, VSCO doesn’t have ads, follower counts, or comments from strangers.
As Andrew mentioned in his previous piece, Reddit maintains a helpful list of all the known apps that use Sign In with Apple. Here’s the list.
Our Father’s Day gift guide gives you five cool tech products for your dad, like a smart wallet, smart lock, portable SSD, and more.
If you’re one of those folks who looks for ways to get around those YouTube ads, you’ll be interested in this simple hack posted on Reddit.
The Today View on iPhone and iPad is an area of your home screen that acts as a dashboard for apps to give you useful information.
The first Mac launch in 1984 with a one button mouse. It wasn’t until 1997 that Steve Jobs relented to allow right-clicking in Mac OS, and Apple later shipped a mouse capable of a direct right-click. Here’s a recap on how to right-click on a Mac.