One of the easiest ways to share your contact information with someone is by sending them your Contacts card. After all, this card has your full name, phone number(s), email address, street address, and any other details you add to it.
But at the same time, you may not want to share all of this information when you send your card. The Contacts app on Mac offers a convenient feature labeled the Me Card. With it, you can decide exactly what details are shared when you send your Contacts card, and here’s how.
Despite some Apple device users being skeptical of using Apple Pay for security reasons, many are embracing the power of NFC payment technology everywhere it is supported.
If you're like many Apple Pay users, then you might have more than one credit or debit card linked to your Apple Pay Wallet. If this is the case, then it would be good to know how to choose which card is set as the default card when you choose to carry out payments at the register.
In this tutorial, we'll show you how that's done.
With today's release of iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2, Apple has updated its Podcasts app with support for iCloud subscription syncing. Just a few minutes later, updates to Apple's other apps went live in iTunes, including iLife and iWork apps and utils like Find My Friends, Remote, AirPort Utility and more. With so many third-party apps being updated for iOS 6 support as we speak, you may want to prioritize your downloads. Here's what's new in Apple's own updated apps for your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad...
Today Apple released the Cards app for iOS, which allows you create cards and mail them. Apple showed this app at their latest keynote, along with the iPhone 4S. This app lets you make custom cards on your iPhone and send them to any address in the world.
You can use this app for making custom cards for many occasions, Birthday parties, weddings, postcards, etc...
Well, that was bizarre. The first "major" anouncement at Apple's media event this afternoon was Cards; as in greeting cards.
Yes, Cards is an upcoming app from Apple themselves, which will allow end users to create greeting cards right on their iPhones.
Apple will then print it out, address it, mail it, and send you a push notification when it arrives...