Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.
If you get a message you want or need to share, you can copy or forward it right along. Here's how you can do that in Messages for iPhone and iPad
Temporarily disabling Face ID or Touch ID to require a password to unlock your iPhone or iPad is simple. Here's how you do it.
App Library is a new organizational tool to help you control app clutter on your iPhone. Here's what you need to know about using it.
You can keep your whereabouts private while sharing photos and videos by removing location information. Here's how to do that.
Yes, you can absolutely use your favorite mouse or trackpad with your iPad, turning it into a complete pseudo-laptop experience. Here's how to get that set up.
Did you just pick up an AirTag to keep track of your important items? Here's how you set one up!
Moving from one cellular iPad to another? Here’s how you can transfer your data plan to your new iPad.
If someone you know has recently passed away, here’s how you might be able to access content from their iPhone if you need to.
If you're looking for some great iPhone 8 cases, there are plenty of options — especially since a lot of them were made for the iPhone SE.
Apple Arcade has a wealth of excellent games across a variety of genres, including mystery. Unleash your inner detective with these fantastic titles.
Messages made using emoji are easier than ever, whether replacing words with emoji or sending Tapback reactions. Here's how to do it all.
Here are the ins and outs of using Face ID for everything, from unlocking your iPhone or iPad Pro to auto-filling passwords in Safari.
Outside a case, one of the best accessories to defend your iPhone 12 from scuffs and dings is a trusty screen protector.
The Apple TV may not have the traditional backup method you're used to, but it's still possible to keep your Apple TV content safe and in sync. Here's how.
Use the Dock on your Apple Watch to control your music, keep your most used apps running and at the ready, and quickly switch between recently used apps.
Say goodbye to tediously typing your email and password every time you need to log into an app with the Apple TV's AutoFill feature.
FaceTime is just like any other piece of software: users are bound to run into some problems. Don't worry, there are steps to take care of any issues.
If you are a developer and want to know what to expect in macOS Big Sur 11.6.7, here is how to install the first developer beta.
Zoom increases the magnification of the Apple Watch interface, making it bigger for those who need to see it more easily. Here's how to set up and use it.
Widgets may add a level of complication to the iOS Home screen, but they can also make it more useful. Here's how to get started with widgets on iPhone.