Siri can set one-time alarms and recurring alarms.
What is purgeable storage, and is there a way to manually clear it out and reclaim storage space?
Keep in mind that you can only set up and delete two family sharing groups per year.
Using grayscale on Apple devices can have several benefits.
Fret not, it’s possible to stream Spotify on HomePod.
To set up HomePod you’ll need an iPhone or iPad running iOS 11.2.5, which is the latest update.
Mac Geek Gab listener Chris has a solution to fix iCloud contacts, and it’s called the nuclear option.
Creating a special shared album will let you create an iCloud website that anyone who has the URL can view.
Now your social media accounts are private, which means that you have better control over your data, not a corporation that may not have your best interests in mind.
Twitter’s privacy settings are a bit less comprehensive than Facebook, but also easier to find.
Note that Facebook changes these privacy settings from time to time, so check back once a month or so.
Apple updates AirPods firmware automatically. At this time there is no way for iPhone users to do it manually.
Using an HTML email signature in Apple Mail is a little complex, and will require us to use the Terminal, but you can copy and paste the commands within.
If you aren’t keen on Instagram’s new feature that lets the people you follow see when you’re active in the app, here’s how to turn it off.
After 12 years of using Skype for our podcasts, we switched to Discord in November and haven’t looked back. With better audio quality and the ability to have interview guests participate entirely in their web browsers, Discord is a much better solution for today’s podcaster. We’ll show you how to get going.
Here’s how to use the Google Arts & Culture app to find your museum portrait doppelgänger.
If your Mac hard drive or SSD seems to be full of mystery files there’s a good chance you can get back a lot of storage space if you know where to look. These apps help you find and delete what you don’t need.
Two scripts—AdThink and OnAudience—obtain information that can identify you from autofill forms.
Apple’s macOS High Sierra introduced enough performance enhancements that my dual-core, 2011 MacBook Air felt like it had new life breathed into it. Occasionally, though – and more and more frequently recently – events would cascade such that my CPU would run at full tilt for 5-10 minutes before finally settling in. When that was happening, Activity Monitor and/or iStat Menus would show two system processes chewing up CPU: tailspind and spindump. Thankfully, we now know how to stop that.