By default, Siri on the Mac is a female. However, it’s easy to change the gender of Apple’s virtual assistant. You can even change Siri’s accent or language. Here’s how.
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Using macOS Sierras new “Tabs” feature in apps on your Mac can help you work more efficiently and help end screen clutter.
Did you know you can use emoji to help you find a restaurant on your iPhone? It’s easy to do, and it’ll probably make you giggle.
Did you know you can download Netflix content to your device for later viewing?
It’s easy to force quit a misbehaving or locked up app in macOS. We’ll look at our two favorite ways in this “How To.”
While your fourth-generation Apple TV will usually run great, occasionally a misbehaving app or process may require you to kill the app or reboot or reset your device.
The News app in iOS 10 is a handy way to keep up with all the latest news from around the world. The app makes it easy to keep up with your favorite new sources.
How to Keep Tabs on the Battery Life Percentage on Your iPhone or iPad (And Other Power-Saving Tips)
This quick how to will show you how to turn on the exact percentage display of your iPhone or iPad’s remaining battery life.
Did you know that there are a metric buttload of free user manuals and how-to ebooks available directly from Apple in the iBooks Store? Here’s how to find them.
Do you find your iPhone’s screen is dimming too quickly, not quickly enough, or not at all? Follow these quick steps to control your device’s Auto-Lock settings.
While the Amazon Echo, Tap, and Dot respond by default to “Alexa,” you can also change the devices’ settings to wake to a few other optional words.
When downloading files in Chrome or Safari on your Mac, they are saved to a default “Downloads” directory. With a few clicks, you can save them wherever you’d like.
Here’s how to put your Apple Watch into Power Reserve mode, to squeeze every little bit of use from a charge.
Recently, we showed you how to insert special characters into documents on the Mac. The iOS 10 Keyboard also has the capability to insert special characters. Here’s how.
Most of Apple’s stock apps offer 3D Touch Quick Actions, and numerous third-party apps have added the feature over the last year or so.
From time to time while working on your Mac, you may find you need to type special characters in documents, emails, social network postings and more.