How hot is too hot for your Apple devices? You may be surprised by the answer.
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Vacation season is upon us, and in-person conferences are opening up again. If you’re going away, make sure to write an effective out-of-office message so you don’t end up working remotely the entire time. We have tips at:
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Don’t you hate it when a familiar song is playing but you can’t think of what it’s called? Never worry about that again, thanks to your iPhone or iPad.
New in iOS 14.5 is a privacy-protecting feature called App Tracking Transparency, which forces apps to ask you for permission to track your activities across other apps and websites.
With the new Apple Card Family, once everyone has upgraded to iOS 14.6, you can add members of your Family Sharing group to your Apple Card account as either Co-Owners or Participants.
Apple’s new AirTags are great for finding your keys or bag, but they also come with some security and privacy implications—someone could try to track you with a hidden AirTag. Read on to learn how Apple helps you detect such a problem.