iOS 11 has a new one-hand keyboard option for the iPhone that lets you do exactly what it says: type with just one hand. It’s easy to get at, but a little confusing why you may not see it.
If you’re getting a new iPhone—or just replacing one that met an untimely demise—you need to make sure your Apple Watch makes the transition, too.
iOS 11 makes it easy to turn your own photos into custom faces for your Apple Watch. Read on to learn how.
Today’s Quick Tip is about using your AirPods with iOS 11—you can now customize what each individual AirPod does when you double-tap it! We think this is a pretty cool addition to the new version of iOS.
Setting up custom reminders on your Mac is simple, and it’ll help you configure notifications that happen (for example) on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, or ones that occur on the first weekend day of the month. We’ll tell you how to use this great feature in today’s Quick Tip!
Want to temporarily disable Face ID on the iPhone X? Read on to learn how.
watchOS 4 can track your heart rate and alert you if it jumps too high when you aren’t working out. Read on to learn how to enable the feature.
If you’ve ever wondered how you could save webpages, Maps directions, or emails—pretty much anything you can print—to a PDF and put it in iCloud Drive under iOS 10, wonder no more.
If you’ve ever wondered why emails you send on your Mac aren’t syncing over to your iPhone or iPad, we’ve got a suggestion on how to fix it.
Apple wants everyone to be ready for iOS 11 when it officially ships, so it added some highlights for the new operating system to its Tips app in iOS 10.
Here’s what you need to know to make your own custom keyboard shortcuts for Mac apps.
Need to temporarily hide All-Day events in Calendar on your Mac? Melissa Holt shows you how to declutter your schedule.
Here’s everything you need to know to use and customize iOS 11’s Do Not Disturb While Driving feature on your iPhone.
Here’s how to set up Amazon’s new multi-room music streaming for your Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Show devices.
Melissa Holt shows you how to hide rows in your Numbers spreadsheets on your Mac, and throws in Excel and Google Sheets, too.