If you computer is running macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 or later, feel free to take advantage of a new productivity feature in Apple’s Safari browser that allows jumping to the rightmost open tab using a dedicated keyboard shortcut.
Having a bunch of tabs is a great way to multitask, but what about tabless browsing? If you’d like to sharpen your focus, you can kill all tabs in a Safari window that are no longer needed while keeping the active tab, and without having to close open tabs one by one.
iOS 11.3 brings new user-facing features for assessing your iPhone battery’s health and chemical age, including manually disabling Apple’s controversial CPU throttling that kicks in as soon as you experience your first unexpected shutdown over a worn-out battery.
If your Mac is running low on precious storage, consider cleaning up your disk space by finding and removing songs that show up more than once in your iTunes library by following the step-by-step instructions in this tutorial.
Like with other Apple devices, Siri on HomePod allows you to create as many clock alarms as you want, as well as manage them with ease, remove the ones you no longer need, turn a specific alarm on or off, create recurring alarms and more.
Power scheduling lets you set a custom time for your Mac to automatically start up, wake, sleep, restart or shut down. You might do this if you want to be sure your Mac turns off when you aren’t working and turns on before you come to work.
Although Instagram does not permit users to upload their beautiful panoramic shots to the service, iPhone photographers needn’t worry. Thanks to a simple trick and an app called Panols, anyone can create seamless, swipeable ultra-wide posts on Instagram.
Memorize and use this tremendously handy shortcut to instantly jump to the bottom of the Camera roll. You’ll thank us the next time you accidentally jump to the top of a long list of photos or scroll through years and years of images in the Photos app.
When editing your profile on Instagram’s mobile app for iPhone, simply type a “#” or “@” to have the software put up a list of recommended hashtags and accounts that you can instantly link to in your bio section.