If you have an older iPhone, you’ll love iOS 12. Not only does it make launching apps, getting to the Lock screen camera and performing other operations noticeably faster than before, it also lets you position the cursor and select text with precision using keyboard trackpad mode on iPhones without 3D Touch. Here’s how to use this time-saving feature right now.
Skype’s end-to-end encrypted Private Conversations protect your texts and calls against eavesdropping and improve privacy by hiding the contents of your chats in notifications. Here’s how to use this handy security-minded feature in Skype for iOS and macOS.
Apple’s Mail app in macOS Mojave brings its own Dark Mode that can be set separately of the rest of the system. While Mail’s Dark Mode makes reading text-only emails difficult, the good news is that you can set your Mac to Dark Mode, but leave Mail in Light Mode for maximum legibility. In this step-by-step tutorial, you’re going to learn how to alternate your Mail app between Light and Dark mode at will.
In macOS Mojave, you can access your most recently-used apps via a new section nested between the app icons on the left side and the rightmost section that shows the Trash icon along with files and folders you’ve manually dragged there. Here’s how to turn off this new feature in order to reduce clutter on the desktop and make your Dock roomier.
Instagram lets you ask for a friend’s opinion privately by sending them an interactive poll sicker in a direct message. You can even poll everyone in a big group conversation at once, ere’s how to use polls in Direct.
Voice Memos, ported from iOS to macOS Mojave, lets you use your Mac to record that important lecture or meeting or sound bites for songs or just about anything that comes into mind. Here’s our detailed guide to making the most of Voice Memos for Mac.
If you have a child, you’re advised to filter out any age-inappropriate content by setting up their iPhone or iPad with Screen Time and Restrictions. On iOS 12, the Restrictions section has been renamed and moved to a new place within Settings. Here’s how to access Restrictions with iPhone and iPad on both iOS 12 and newer, and iOS 11 and older.