Apple is giving us more control in iOS 14 like widgets and App Library, and you can edit your iOS 14 home screen too.
An updated list of all the Amazon Fire TV devices you can use to watch Apple TV+, including Insignia and Toshiba devices.
iOS 13.6 brings symptom tracking to the Health app, letting you manually add symptoms and share them with third-party apps.
There is a way to select and move multiple iPhone Apps at the same time in iOS 13, so you don’t have to do it one-by-one.
An Apple ID recovery key is an extra layer of security for your account. But you can be permanently locked out if you lose it, so be careful.
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.
In a new support document, Apple says not to close your MacBook’s lid while using a webcam cover, as doing so can damage the screen.
Apple lets you use a private MAC address in iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7. Here’s what that means and where to find the setting.
To show battery percentage on an iPhone XR or iPhone 11 you need to access the Control Center or add a Widget.
One of Charlotte’s favorite features in Apple Music is that you can search for a song using the lyrics, without knowing the title.
Apple is extending its COVID-19 Customer Assistance Program through July for customers who have been financially impacted by the pandemic.
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.
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.
There are though three ways to Force Quit on a Mac if an application you are using stops working and becomes non-responsive.