Netflix is great for watching movies and television shows.
And with the app, you can watch wherever you go. So, what happens if you head
to a friend’s house or stay in a hotel and use the available device there to
log into Netflix, but forget to log out when you leave? Now, anyone can use
There is a way to sign out of all devices on Netflix at once,
and here’s how.
Many times, when we upgrade our iPhone, we trade in our current one to Apple or our cell phone provider. But what if you receive a new iPhone as gift? Now you have your old and new one.
Other times, we simply buy a new product to upgrade like the newest Apple Watch, iPad, or Mac. Again, now you have the old and new device.
Do you want to try and sell your older device? How much should you ask for it? What is it worth?
Apple has a convenient way for you to get estimated value of your device. Plus, Apple gives you options for what to do with your old devices.
Here’s how to find the estimated value of your devices with Apple GiveBack.
When you buy a new device, whether it’s the newest iPhone or Apple Watch, do you take the time to remove the old device from your account?
Cleaning up that list of devices on your account is a good idea for removing the clutter. And for two-factor authentication, why have devices on the list to get pinged if you no longer own or use them?
Declutter your list of devices you no longer use, have sold, or have given away. Here’s how to remove a device from your Apple account on iPhone and iPad.
Have you ever needed details from another Apple device you own but couldn’t get to them? Maybe your device is at home and you’re in the office. Or, maybe you have your device with you but can’t get to the details you need.
If you use iCloud across your devices, you can get the information you need quickly on your iPhone. Whether it’s a model number or a current OS version, you can retrieve it in a few taps.
In our third entry to our HomeKit automation series, we explore a simple way to create a door lock status light. While the status light could represent many things, I use it as a way to be sure all my doors are closed and locked.
After first being announced at CES 2017 touting HomeKit and Alexa support, iDevices has finally released their easy-to-use Instant Switch for smart homes.
CES 2018 has brought many new goodies for Apple fans, but one of the most prolific categories has been HomeKit. We saw more than a dozen new HomeKit products debut here, and we rounded them all up into one place.
Popular home accessory maker iDevices at CES 2018 launched its latest product, the Instinct smart wall switch that, aside from working with Apple's HomeKit system, features what amounts to a tiny Amazon Echo smart assistant built into the front.
Smart home tech is one of the most exciting areas of consumer electronics, as the market continues to grow each year. HomeKit in particular has had a particularly strong 2017 with a record number of new products released.
I feel it is a good time to gather up the best, and most affordable HomeKit tech whether it is for your own home, or as a gift. Everything we've included, barring maybe one exception, comes in under $50.
Whether you have some ambiance lighting on your patio, or an entire holiday light showcase on your house, iDevices outdoor HomeKit switch allows you to control them with ease. The weatherproof box allows you to schedule, automate, gather energy insights, and use Siri from your phone to manage all of your outdoor lighting.
The iDevices HomeKit Wall Switch fixes one of the crucial issue with many smart homes. Not only does it fix a glaring issue, it comes with enough bells and whistles to make it the best HomeKit wall switch on the market.