You can easily prevent your Apple devices from auto-downloading and installing software updates.
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to stop iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV from automatically downloading iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. We'll also help you prevent HomePod from auto-downloading its software updates.
Thanks to Universal Control, you can use your Mac's or MacBook's mouse, trackpad, and keyboard wirelessly on your iPad.
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use a single mouse, trackpad, or keyboard with both your Mac and iPad.
Have you noticed the Follow Up banner at the top of the Mail app and wonder what it is?
After you send an email and don't hear back from the recipient for a while, the Mail app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac shows a banner on the top of that sent email reminding you to follow up on it.
If you don't want this option to appear in the Mail app, we'll show you how to turn it off.
iCloud is an integrated service that lets you sync data, store files, use Universal Clipboard, make iOS device backups, and more across all your Apple devices.
In this tutorial, we will start from the basics and then show you how to enable and use iCloud & iCloud Drive on your Mac.
It's important to keep your Mac apps updated for overall performance, safety, enjoying new features, and better compatibility with macOS.
In this guide, we'll show you all the ways to update applications on your Mac. We'll cover apps you downloaded from the Mac App Store and those you got from elsewhere.
The rate at which a file will download depends on your internet connection and the website you're downloading the content from. However, with the help of these tips, you can accelerate the process and cut down the waiting time while downloading huge apps, offline movies, your entire Apple Music library, macOS software, and more on your Mac.
Please note that the tips here will also work to increase the upload speed.
All four corners of your Mac screen can be configured to trigger a specific action when you drag the pointer to them. This macOS feature is called Hot Corners, and in this tutorial, we'll show you how to set up and use it on your Mac.
With a USB stick, you can store all kind of data and move files from one computer to another. You can do the same with your iOS device when connected to a Mac or PC.
In this tutorial, we'll show how to efficiently use your iPhone or iPad as a flash drive to store files or move them around. We cover both wired and wireless methods.
Batch renaming in Finder allows you to change the name of multiple files at once. As someone who often has to rename groups of files, this is an excellent macOS feature, and in this tutorial, I'll walk you through the process of renaming several files instantly on your Mac.
If your Mac's screen flashes randomly, flickers, or slightly shimmers, here are some solutions to stop this.
There are many ways to launch apps on your Mac. In this guide, we'll share 13 easy methods with you. See if you know them all.
With the Continuity Camera feature in iOS 16 and macOS Ventura, you can use your iPhone as a webcam for your Mac during FaceTime, WhatsApp, Slack, Zoom, Skype, and other video calls.
Plus, you can use it in Photo Booth, QuickTime Player, and pretty much any app where you need to work with your MacBook's camera.