In today's day and age, there are chances that your various passwords can be compromised. This can happen even if you have taken just about every precaution possible.
One of the most prevalent and popular precautions has been the introduction of two-factor authentication (2FA). For the unaware, 2FA requires a second input from the user whenever signing into your account.
Thankfully, Apple has joined the movement in recent years in an effort to keep Apple ID's protected. However, there are sometimes where you forget your password, don't have your device handy, and are locked out.
We are going to take a look at what you can do in the event that you are locked out and can’t sign in or reset your Apple ID password.
The Apple HomePod is one of the most intriguing products to come from Cupertino in some time. In fact, it seems that the HomePod is almost like a new version of the iPod Hi-fi which launched quite a long time ago.
Unfortunately, the HomePod has been seeing quite a few different issues as of late. One of these issues is being able to ask Siri to play specific playlists or artists.
Some users have found that Siri will act as though it has no idea what you’re talking about. Others have stated Siri states “Cannot find playlist XXX in your music”.
We’re going to take a look at a few different ways for you to fix this issue.
For the past few years, Apple has implemented a limit for the size of app downloads on cellular networks. If the app was larger than 100MB, you would have to wait until the iPhone or iPad was connected to a Wi-Fi network.
With the release of iOS 11, Apple decided to bump things up a notch. Now, instead of a 100MB download limit, this has been increased to 150MB.
However, there are still those of us who don’t regularly have access to a Wi-Fi network. Thankfully, there is a nifty workaround that will allow you to bypass the 150MB restriction.