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How to Force Restart or Hard Reset the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus

Apple in 2017 changed the method to force restart or hard reset an iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus. While rebooting an iPhone 7 or...

How to Use Do Not Disturb While Driving

Starting with iOS 11, Apple introduced a Do Not Disturb While Driving Feature that's designed to mute incoming calls, texts, and notifications while you're...

How to Secure a Instagram Account With Two-Factor Authentication

With social media account hacking becoming increasingly more widespread, users would do well to make sure they're taking every security measure available to them....

How to Take a Screenshot on Mac

In macOS Mojave, Apple has introduced a screen capture interface that unifies the screenshot and screen recording features on Mac, making accessing them easier...

How to Ask a Copy of Your Apple ID Account Data

Apple now allows its customers to download a copy of their personally identifiable data from Apple apps and services. This can include purchase or...

How to Use Text Clippings in macOS

In macOS, a Text Clipping is a selection of text that you've dragged from an application to another location on your Mac, where it...

How to Manage Your Apple TV Using Your Apple Watch

The Siri Remote that comes with the Apple TV certainly has its critics. Some users find the glass Touch surface over-sensitive in the way...

How to Manage File Associations in macOS

In macOS, the Open With contextual menu that appears when you right-click (or Ctrl-click) on a file provides links to all the applications installed on your...

How to Make Your iPad a Second Screen for Your Mac

Duet Display is an app made by former Apple engineers that allows you to use your iPad as a second screen for your Mac. In...

How to Turn Off Transparency Effects in macOS Mojave

In macOS, transparency – or more properly, translucency – is a visual effect many apps use to create a sense of depth by hinting...