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How to share Apple Books with family members

Highlight in Books with Apple Pencil on iPad

The Apple Books app is an excellent way to catch up on some reading, especially if you own an iPad. There are plenty of e-books available on Apple Books, but you cannot donate or pass on a book to someone after you're done reading it. You'd have to pass on the iPad, which isn't very ideal. Luckily, Apple allows you to share your Books with family members thanks to Family Sharing.

How to take long exposure photos on iPhone

Photography tips for iPhone Grid Photo

Long exposure photography involves leaving the camera shutter open for a longer period of time, which blurs or smears the moving objects in the photo. This usually requires you to download a third-party app on the iPhone, but there is a way to do it without using any apps. You can take some great looking long-exposure shots using the stock iPhone camera app.

How to use the Instagram Collab feature on iPhone

Instagram is always testing out new features to help creators make the best of the platform. The latest tool helps creators collaborate with other creators in Reels and Posts. This new feature is called Collab, and it's currently being tested among users in the UK and India. However, it'll be available to all users in the coming months.

How to check Air Quality Index on your iPhone and Apple Watch

Air quality index

If you're living in an area that's known to have poor air quality, then it's best keep a track of the AQI or Air Quality Index on a regular basis. Bad air consists of pollutants, allergens, pollens, and can cause long-term health problems. The Air Quality Index reports daily air quality and ranges from 0 to 500. When it comes to AQI, lower is always better. There are plenty of ways to track AQI, and you can do so right from your iPhone or Apple Watch.

How to watch the Olympics on your iPhone, Mac, or Apple TV

The 2020 Olympics games officially commenced on July 23rd in Tokyo, Japan. As this is an international event, watching the game live isn't as easy as you may think. Due to the Covid restrictions, Japan has banned tourists from travelling to watch the games live. Hence, the only way to enjoy the Olympics is from the comfort of your homes. You can watch the games on your TV as several channels are broadcasting the games, but what if you want to watch it on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

How to use Quick Notes on your Mac and iPad

Quick Notes is a new feature introduced in the new iPadOS 15 and macOS 12 Monterey software. As the name suggests, Quick Notes is a quicker way to take notes without opening up the Notes app. It allows you to jot down things on your iPad or Mac without having to switch apps. The feature can also detect what app you're using, and provide customisable ways to create notes. You can only create a Quick Note on an iPad or Mac, but you can view and edit a note on iPhone.