Siri isn’t just for placing calls or sending messages. It can also tell you a bedtime story. And in iOS 14, there's a brand new story to tell that lets you be the star.
Using Siri on your Apple Watch is a great way to shoot off a quick message without pulling out your iPhone.
Like your iPhone, your Apple Watch has a few accessibility features that can be a huge to help to those with sight, motor, or hearing issues. Here's how to enable and use them!
The App Store's not just for your iPhone — there are a ton of awesome desktop apps for your Mac too! Here's how to download and enjoy all your favorite apps straight from the Mac App Store.
Fitbit trackers are excellent tools to use to keep track of your fitness goals. Even if you don't have a smartphone, you can still sync your Fitbit and keep up-to-date on your progress.
Use the power of Automator, an easy-to-use app built into your Mac that can handle tasks for you, to help keep Mail running smoothly.
Whether you're a veteran or newbie, these are the essential tips and tricks for every iPhone and iPad owner.
Custom replies let you send a quick message from your Apple Watch, be it a simple thanks, or a note that you're headed home.
Thanks to the monogram complication, you can show off up to four characters right on the clock face of your Apple Watch.
Get smart when it comes to using a shared Mac in a house full of people: Set up individual user accounts to keep everybody's stuff separate.
The Photos app for Apple TV lets you see all the fabulous pictures and videos you've taken, all on the big screen! It's perfect for looking at big batches of images with large groups of people.
If you want to play the latest games on your Mac, you have no choice but to install Windows...or do you?
Apple changes things from time to time. And some of those times it catches people out. Right now, the moving of the button that deletes email in the iPhone's Mail app is causing quite the stir.
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