Luke Filipowicz

iMore's resident gaming guru. Loves playing games from all eras, and still has a working Atari 2600 in his basement. When he isn't writing about games, you'll probably find him slapping the bass to his favourite 80s tunes.

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How to type the  Apple symbol with your iPhone or iPad
Mastering the keyboard

How to type the  Apple symbol with your iPhone or iPad

Luke Filipowicz 61

How do you type the  Apple symbol on your iPhone or iPad? After posting the keyboard shortcuts roundup yesterday, I was flooded with requests (and suggestions!) for just exactly that. Some want to use it to save characters on Twitter, others to properly render Pay or Watch. Whatever the reason, the short answer is — you can't. Unlike the Mac, where shift-option-k produces the ...

How to sync iBooks data between iPhone, iPad, and Mac
Mastering iBooks

How to sync iBooks data between iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Luke Filipowicz and Allyson Kazmucha 4

In addition to letting you buy and read ebooks, iBooks lets you make notes, highlight text, save bookmarks, and even organize your books and PDFs into collections. iBooks syncs all this data between all your iPhones, iPads, and Macs so you see the same thing across all your devices. However, if you find that iBooks isn't syncing your data like it should, here's how to enable it! How...

How to view your recent transactions with Apple Pay
Mastering Apple Pay

How to view your recent transactions with Apple Pay

Luke Filipowicz and Allyson Kazmucha 10

Apple Pay doesn't just make it easy to purchase items in-store and online, but also to keep track of your purchases. You can view recent transactions in Passbook, and, depending on whether or not your credit card and bank support it, a longer transactional history in Settings. Here's how! How to view recent Apple Pay transactions with Passbook Launch the Passbook app on your iPhone...

How to remove a credit or debit card from Apple Pay
Apple Pay Tips

How to remove a credit or debit card from Apple Pay

Luke Filipowicz and Allyson Kazmucha 4

Apple makes it easy to add any and all of your supported credit and debit cards to Apple Pay. If, however, you lose, cancel, or change a card for any reason, you'll need to remove it. Luckily, Apple makes it just as easy to to that. How to delete a card from Apple Pay on iPhone and iPad Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad that contains the Apple Pay card you need to...