In iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, you can open an app directly from the Lock screen, assuming you have certain settings properly configured. Learn more.
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In iOS 15, Apple has taken the next step with the App Library. Learn more now.
Do you love or hate those red badges on your iPhone Home screen icons? Or maybe you’re indifferent and mostly ignore them? Regardless of your opinion, our article explains how to make the most of them—or eliminate them entirely.
In Monterey, Apple has made the erasure process much easier for newer Macs that use Apple silicon or that are Intel-based with a T2 security chip.
Siri has plenty of tricks, and we’ve discovered a new one. Let’s say you set iPhone alarms to wake up and remind you to take medication throughout the day. If you have a HomePod, it turns out that you can say, “Hey Siri, snooze the alarm” or “Hey Siri, stop the alarm.”
In iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 Apple lets you adjust the text size on a per-app basis, so you can have a truly customized work environment.
Tired of forgetting your AirPods or iPhone when leaving home? The Find My app’s new Notify When Left Behind feature can remind you of that fact before you’ve gone too far. Learn more at:
FaceTime has joined the big leagues in iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS 12 Monterey. Read on to learn about FaceTime links, its cross-platform Web app, special mic modes and video effects, grid view, screen sharing, and SharePlay.
The iPhone’s Weather app has learned some new tricks in iOS 15, with fancier maps and notifications of incoming precipitation. Learn more.
Do you want more control over Do Not Disturb on your Apple devices? How about muting notifications while a particular app is active or while you are at a certain location? All this and more is now easy to set up with Apple’s new Focus feature.