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With the release of iOS 10.2, you can set and preserve your favorite Camera mode on your iPhone with just a few taps of the finger. Here’s how.
It’s possible to hack your tiny NES Classic console to allow adding your own favorite games. Here’s how.
Are you the proud owner of a pair of new AirPods, but you’ve noticed the battery life isn’t what it should be, draining as much as 30% in a few hours when they aren’t being used?
The flashlight function uses your iPhone’s flash on the back facing camera, and even offers three intensities of brightness.
Tired of macOS Sierra’s “Are you sure you want to delete this from iCloud Drive” confirmation prompt when you delete a file form your Desktop or Documents folder? Here’s how to turn it off.
While most Mac users will never have to dig into their machine’s usually hidden User Library folder, some may have to. Here’s how to find it.
iOS 10 and macOS Sierra brought all kinds of cool features to the Messages app. One of our favorites is the “Tapback” feature, which allows users to insert a graphical response to a previous message. here’s how to use it.
In this how to feature, we’ll show you how to create a handwritten message in the iOS 10 Messages app, and how to delete it when you no longer need it.
Apple has introduced a new Low Quality Image Mode that allows you to send lower quality, smaller photo files via iMessage.
Here’s a a way to get rid of Spam Calendar invitations without letting the spammers on the other end know that they’ve got a live one.
It turns out the 2016 MacBook Pro’s startup chime hasn’t been removed, just disabled. Here’s how to re-enable the reassuring startup sound.
In this how to, we’ll cover how to do a hard reset of your iPhone 7/7 Plus, and how to put it into DFU mode if needed.
iOS 10 How To: Access Split-View in Safari, which allows users to view two browser tabs side-by-side at the same time.
With the release of iOS 10, Apple has given the nearsighted among us a great way to view even the smallest print. It’s called “Magnifier,” and it’s available on your iPhone.
Sure, you like to binge on Netflix now and then. However, you also like to think you make the best use of your precious time. Here’s an easy way to do both!