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Monitoring RAM, CPU and Battery Usage On Your iPhone

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If you’ve had your iPhone for some time and you notice its performance is slower than usual, you constantly lack space for new items, or the battery doesn’t last more than a couple of hours, you need to monitor the usage of three major components. Checking the RAM, CPU and battery usage of your iPhone […]

How To Use iCloud Drive For Multiple Users On a Single Mac

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If you’ve been using a Mac for quite some time, you’ve likely integrated your iCloud Drive account to your machine. It makes storing and sharing files over cloud much easier than ever. Since it’s an Apple feature, it works natively with the built-in tools on your Mac. If your Mac is used by two or […]

How To Downgrade macOS

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Normally, most macOS updates do not cause any issues on your Mac. However, there are times when certain updates break features and make your system buggy. If you’ve been a victim of such an issue, you might want to roll back the update on your Mac. Getting back to your favorite-old macOS version isn’t straightforward, […]

How To Use Your iPhone As a Microphone On a Mac

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Your Mac comes equipped with a microphone to let you record audio and talk to people over FaceTime. It’s good enough for basic tasks like these. However, if you want to record professional audio or anything like that, you’ll want to consider using an external microphone as the built-in Mac microphone isn’t the best of […]

How To Block Unauthorized App Store Purchases Under Your Account

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Your smartphone is your life — or at least holds a sizable chunk of it. If anyone gains access to it, they’ll be able to cause all sorts of damage to your personal life. This is why we try so hard to secure our gadgets.  However, it’s not always easy to do when you share […]

How to Use iVerify to Protect Your iOS Device From Hackers

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Every operating system and device has its own security tools. If you use a desktop computer, you will be familiar with the wide range of firewalls, virus and malware checkers, and general security advice out there. But what about your smartphones and tablets? With more people switching to mobile computing, and more tablets being used […]

How To Print In Black & White On Mac

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Printing something in black and white on a Mac sounds simple but if you’ve ever tried to do it yourself, you know that it’s not as easy as it sounds. There are certain things that need to be modified before your printer prints your documents without any colors. By default, most printers are set up […]

How To Fix a Mac That Won’t Sleep

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If you’re facing issues putting your Mac into the sleep mode, it’s likely you have some items interfering with the sleep procedure. There are a few things you can do to find those interfering items. Once found, you can have those items removed or stopped from running on your Mac. These items could be anything […]

How To Fix An iPhone Stuck In a Continuous Boot Loop

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After installing the newest iOS updates, restoring your iPhone, or even attempting a call, your iPhone could be at risk of being locked into a continuous boot sequence. The iPhone boot loop. This means that every time you attempt to open your device, it may reach the primary home screen but then immediately reboot itself […]

Hard Drive Not Showing On iOS 13? Here’s How To Fix It

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Apple wants its iPads to be proper replacements for traditional laptops and desktops. It also wants its phones to be taken seriously against more workhorse-oriented phones. iOS is an operating system that Apple has serious future plans for, it seems. This is why one of the key features to debut in the latest and greatest […]