To take full advantage of the annotation tools built into macOS, enable the super-handy Markup extensions to access these features in many stock and third-party apps simply by hovering the mouse pointer over an image.
You can instantly annotate almost anything in iOS, including any screenshot you take. Right after capturing a screenshot on your iPhone or iPad, you can immediately add text, crop out unwanted parts, highlight specific areas and more.
Your Apple Watch dock puts your favorite and most used apps at the ready. You can easily select which apps you’d like to see in your Dock, remove individual apps from it or adjust how your items are arranged in the Dock.
Are you ticked off every time Siri gets activated on your iPhone from a news anchor’s voice through television? Worried that some joker will say aloud “Hey Siri” to trigger your phone? Here’s how to turn this feature off temporarily without disabling it altogether.
Do yourself a favor and take advantage of these super handy tips for taking pixel-perfect selection screenshots on your Mac. Thanks to the magic of the modifier keys, you can resize the selection area in multiple ways, remove the drop shadow effect from windows and more.
If you have changed the default name of your speaker from “HomePod” to something that doesn’t sound too boring, like ”Space Pod”, now’s the time to rename the room it’s in to something more descriptive, like “Man Cave”.
In our third entry to our HomeKit automation series, we explore a simple way to create a door lock status light. While the status light could represent many things, I use it as a way to be sure all my doors are closed and locked.
Before you can move, copy, duplicate or make other changes to the files on your Mac, you usually have to select them first. Feel free to peruse and memorize these handy tips to master the art of making multiple file selections in macOS and increase your productivity.