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How to find and know your Apple ID on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Find your Apple ID

All your app or media purchases, subscriptions, iCloud, and several other things are associated with your Apple ID. If you are a new iPhone, iPad, or Mac user, you may wonder, how do I find my Apple ID?

This article shows you what an Apple ID is and how to find your Apple ID on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. We will also show you how to know if your email is already registered as an Apple ID or not.

FaceTime not working on Mac? 14 solutions to fix it

How to fix FaceTime not working on Mac

In most cases, FaceTime on Mac may not work or suddenly stop working due to wrong settings, temporary problems, or network issues. Once that happens, making video and audio FaceTime calls from your computer becomes impossible.

To fix this issue, here are 14 reliable solutions. Once you follow these, FaceTime not working, activating, or connecting on Mac should be a thing of the past. Have a look.

Finder freezes and is not responding? Try this fix

Finder Open on MacBook Screen

The Finder on a Mac is the first thing to appear after booting, and it lets you access files, folders, applications, and more. Sometimes, after an update, or due to other reasons, the Finder can freeze or not respond. This can be very frustrating as you need the Finder to function properly if you want to get any work done.

How to sync music from Mac to iPhone

How to sync music from Mac to iPhone

As a Mac user, chances are the songs you downloaded, ripped from CD, and got from elsewhere are stored on it. If you are wondering how to sync music from Mac to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, here are the multiple ways to do that.

Let us start with the easiest solution, which lets you transfer all or only the selected songs and music playlists from Mac to iPhone. After that, we will look at an effortless wireless solution to sync your entire music library. And the final method involves using a reputed third-party media player app to copy songs and videos from Mac to iPhone or iPad.

Have a look at all the ways and use the one you like the most.

How to get iCloud on iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Windows PC

How to get iCloud on iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Windows PC

iCloud is Apple's solution to store your contacts, reminders, photos, passwords, backups, and more, and seamlessly make them available everywhere. It is built into every modern Apple device. If you have recently bought your first iPhone, iPad, or Mac, you might wonder how to get, set up, and access iCloud.

Let us begin by telling you a bit more about iCloud and its requirements. After that, we will go over the quick steps to enable and use iCloud on Apple and non-Apple platforms.

What is Find My app’s “Notify When Left Behind” and how to use it?

Find My app's Notify When Left Behind

With iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, you get time-sensitive left behind notifications if you leave your Apple devices, AirTags, and other Find My-supported accessories accidentally at unknown places. This is possible thanks to the separation alerts you receive after enabling Notify When Left Behind in the Find My app.

It is a helpful, new feature to ensure you do not walk away forgetting your expensive devices and items. Let us show you how to set up and use Notify When Left Behind in the Find My app on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Plus, if you are annoyed by it at your house or known places, we also have the steps to turn it off for all or selected locations.

How to sync or transfer contacts from iPhone to Mac

Best ways to sync or transfer contacts from iPhone to Mac

Just like your iPhone, your Mac has FaceTime, Messages, and other apps for connecting with family, friends, and colleagues. For a more streamlined experience, you might want to transfer and/or sync your contacts from iPhone to Mac. With mobile numbers and email addresses available on your computer, making video calls or sending iMessages become quick and convenient.

So, let us show you the five ways to sync and import contacts from iPhone to Mac.

How to reinstall macOS on a Mac without losing any data

If your Mac is not performing as expected, or is showing signs of slowing down, you could reinstall macOS to improve things. There could be several other reasons why you may want to reinstall macOS on your Mac. However, some people don't do it worrying that they will lose all their, files, documents, or data in the reinstall process.