Keeping track of everyone's schedule in the family can be tough. That's why you should make the most out of the Family Sharing feature in the Calendar app.
Take control of emoji on your Apple Watch and send all of the smiley faces, pizza slices, and koalas that you want. Oh, and don't forget the poop emoji.
You can use Apple Pay directly on your Apple Watch, but how do you change your default payment card? Here's how.
Siri is Apple's intelligent personal assistant built right into every iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and Mac. Find out all the ways you can use Siri right here!
Did you tell all your family and friends about your favorite app? Here's the best way to spread the news.
Before you download an app from the Mac or iOS App Store, you can see if it's eligible for Family Sharing. Here's how.
Need a more solid device to carry on your conversation than your Apple Watch? Use Handoff to switch to your iPhone!
Asking Siri what will be announced at the Apple Event will let you know that good things come to those who are patient.
Want to share something on your iPhone or iPad with someone, but don't want them snooping around your personal stuff? Turn on Guided Access to lock your device to one app.
The latest developer beta of iOS 15.4 has added a fifth "American" voice that can be used for your interactions with Siri.
What's the Lock screen, how do you use it, and how do you change it to make it your own? Here are your answers!
Siri can help you do all kinds of things, like finding transit or walking directions, which is great if you are visiting a big city without a car. All you have to do is ask!
If you keep your private photos off iCloud, you have less of a chance that they will end up somewhere they shouldn't.
Using your Apple Watch to find directions is as simple as asking Siri. Here's what you can do with the Maps app on your wearable device.
Have some ideas or grocery lists in your Notes app that you want to share with others? It's easy to share and collaborate, here's how!
Siri can be pretty bad sometimes, but when it's great, it's great. Like when it;s being used to control a VCR, for example.
You can use your Dock for more than shortcuts to frequent apps: You can also save important folders and files that you use a lot! Here's how to master it.
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