If you have multiple Apple devices capable of responding to the Hey Siri hot phrase, and it just so happens that your HomePod is responding to your commands instead of your watch or phone—you might want to temporarily disable Hey Siri on your HomePod.
The Mac modifier keys are used in conjunction with regular keys for shortcuts, but they’re hidden in plain sight in app menus and some aren’t even listed there. There’s a better way to get a quick overview of all the keystroke combinations in any given app.
Apple’s Notes app for iPhone and iPad includes customizations such as adding different line and grid styles for handwriting and sketching in a note, making it a lot easier to draw a straight line, create a vector shape, handwrite a note across an even landscape and more.
Apple is all about minimalism, but they sometimes push things a tad too far—Safari, for example, no longer displays a website’s favicon in its tab. Thankfully, a nice little third-party app lets you display favicons for any open tabs or bookmarks in Safari’s Favorites bar.
If you need to convert any colorful PDF into a beautiful monochromatic version, Preview for Mac has you covered. With macOS’s Quartz filters available to you within Preview, any PDF or image can be easily turned into its black and white representation with a few clicks.
If you saw a message in your News Feed asking if you’d like Facebook to be able to recognize you in newly uploaded photos or videos, you have been opted in without realizing it. Here’s how Facebook uses your facial data to enhance its features, how to turn this face recognition system off and which features will stop working as a result.
Some Stickies functionality has carried over to Notes after all. In this step-by-step tutorial, we’re going to teach you how to pull any selected note on your Mac into its own window and even make it float on top of all other app windows.
Safari for iPhone, iPad and Mac supports having as many tabs open as the system resources allow. But did you know that you can easily cycle through all the tabs with a simple gesture, even if your open tabs don’t fit the tab bar? Here’s how…
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.