Your iPhone can serve as an audio input source for your Mac, which is handy if you need to play or record something on your computer that’s living on your iOS device.
This is probably one of Jeff Butts’s favorite new features in iOS 11, since it lets him set up Control Center exactly the way that best suits how he uses his iPhone.
Apple promised a way to block websites from cross-site tracking in Safari in macOS High Sierra and iOS 11. Here’s how to see if it’s enabled.
iOS 11 lets you type to Siri instead of speak, which is handy if you don’t want to disturb everyone around you by talking to the iPhone super computer in your pocket.
You have to do some digging to find the Apple Music social profile settings, but once you’re there you’ll find them easy to use.
Bryan Chaffin found out when he plugged a code into iTunes just to see what happens, and it worked!
Apple’s new file system, APFS, introduces a few wrinkles, so here’s a short, easy FAQ to help you make sense of it all.
Want to use your AirPods on your next flight? Go ahead, because the FAA says it’s OK to use them—along with other Bluetooth headphones—on airplanes.
If you’re about to fly and want to know whether your plane is on time (or if you want to see if your friend’s plane has landed!), then macOS Sierra has a handy new feature you’ll like. This will let you use Spotlight to check a flight’s status, and it’s as close as a keyboard shortcut.
Jeff Butts shows us a real “gotcha,” the fact that Disk Utility hides full volume trees by default, plus how to reformat an APFS container and volume to a macOS Extended partition.
If you have an iPhone 7 or newer you can use the HEIF format for photos instead of JPEG and get better shots that take up less space.
Want to cancel a subscription to a streaming service, like CBS All Access, in iTunes? You need to go digging, but it’s possible.
It’s useful for people who may feel awkward talking to their iPhone or Mac, and helpful in certain situations where silence is a virtue, like in a library.
Too many buttons, you might say, but each one in the watchOS 4 Control Center serves a very important purpose.
High Sierra is here! And one of its most useful new features is the subject of today’s Quick Tip. If you’re annoyed by videos that auto-play on websites, we’re going to tell you how to stop that from happening altogether.
In the default Notes app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, you can pin items to the top to make them easier to find…if you’re running macOS High Sierra and iOS 11, that is! Come find out the newest way Apple’s made our lives easier in today’s Quick Tip.
The watchOS 4 control panel introduces a flashlight with three modes. Here’s how to activate them.
Despite what you might have heard, you can even record voice-overs of your screen; you just have to know where to look, and Jeff Butts shows that to you.