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How to move your photos, contacts, and more from Android to iPad and iPhone

Apple's launched a new Move to iOS app for Android that makes it a piece of cake to move your files and data from an Android phone or tablet to a new iPhone or iPad. Here's how it works.

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How to use VoiceOver on iPhone and iPad

If you have trouble seeing your iPhone or iPad's screen, VoiceOver is there to help! It reads out just about everything on your screen for you and uses different gestures to make things easier. Here's how to use VoiceOver!

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How to apply filters and remove redeye in Photos for iPhone and iPad

Add filters to your photos and get rid of that demonic redeye with the Photos app!

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How to use tabs and private browsing in Safari for iPhone and iPad

Safari lets you keep multiple tabs open—and even browse privately so your history will never betray you.

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How to make your Apple TV or iPad a Home Hub

As of iOS 10, you can use your 4th-generation Apple TV and your iPad as a Home Hub. Here's how you set 'em up!

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How to enable and use Maps extensions on iPhone and iPad

OS 10 is making it easier to get more out of the Maps app, by allowing third-party apps to add extensions. The main purpose of app extensions is to give you the ability to do things like book a reservation at a restaurant or call for a ride from services like Uber, without having to leave Maps.

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These are the apps that you can use with Maps in iOS 10

With iOS 10, Apple announced it would be opening up so of its software to third-party developers, and Maps was one of the lucky apps that has been tapped for the new integration. They are called extensions, and they allow you to do more with the Maps app than ever before.

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What's new with Siri in iOS 10

Siri got a whole lot smarter in one category in particular in iOS 10: App integration.

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What's new in the Maps app for iOS 10

Maps has gotten a big upgrade in iOS 10, and we're not just talking about its looks.

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Big, bold, and beautiful: Apple's design language is changing in iOS 10

"Big. Bold. Beautiful." It's not only a snappy tagline — it's the company's new design mission.

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