Tutorials

What To Do When You Are Switching From An Old iPad To a New One

by File in: iPad

Yesterday, I bought a new iPad – the 2019 iPad Air. This doesn’t happen very often. I tend to keep my devices until they are literally on their last legs, wheezing for breath. My old device, the 2013 iPad model, was struggling to operate iOS 10 so I decided to put it out of its […]

How To Set Up & Use MacOS Dictation

by File in: OS X

I write a lot. It is my occupation, my hobby, and pretty much the one thing I am good at. If I am not writing articles, I am writing books, which means not only do I mess up a lot of keyboards, I also end up hurting my hands and wrists while going at 130 […]

Pre-Installed MacOS Software Which Is Actually Really Good

by File in: General Software

Everyone likes to ridicule some of the pre-installed software which comes standard with every MacOS computer. Granted, some of it is bad (Stocks? Dashboard?) but there are also some which are amazingly good. Even my wife (who is extremely anti-Apple in her views) had to grudgingly admit the other day that iMovie is an amazing […]

How To Create Your Own Custom Ringtones Using iTunes

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One of the things that’s so great about owning a smartphone is the sheer number of personalization possibilities available. From wallpapers to ringtones to phone protective cases, you have various ways in which to stamp your unique personality onto your phone. However, with regards to ringtones on an iPhone, the thing I don’t like about […]

How To Create Your Own Dynamic Wallpapers On MacOS

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If you have had a MacOS computer for a while, you will know what dynamic wallpapers are. These are the ones which change depending on what time of day it is. So a dark wallpaper will appear during the night while a light wallpaper will appear during the day. This can be extremely helpful if […]

How To View & Cancel Your iOS Subscriptions On Your iDevice

by File in: iOS

One of the things I love about owning a tablet (in my case, an iPad) is that I can ditch all of my print magazine subscriptions and go digital instead. As well as magazines, there are other kinds of subscriptions, such as app upgrades and games, all of which can be accessed and monitored through […]

How to Change the Function of AirPods

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Bluetooth headphones have been around for years, but Apple changed the game when they introduced the AirPods. The AirPods look great and are built to be the most comfortable option for the average person, but their true power of the AirPods comes through in their functionality and versatility. AirPods are activated (or deactivated) by double […]

Upgrading a MacBook that’s Over 10 Years Old

by File in: Hardware

It was the fall of my junior year in high school when my aunt bought me my first laptop. A brand-new MacBook Pro and I absolutely couldn’t believe it. As it turns out, this same computer is still running almost 10 years later; but is it running as efficiently? With a little tender, love, and […]

How To Set Up “Do Not Disturb” On iOS

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If it is 2.00am and you only have a few hours to get some sleep, there’s nothing worse than someone trying to call you, or ping you on chat. Turning the phone off or slinging it out of the room may be impractical if you use your phone as an alarm clock. So what do […]

How to Clear the Photo App’s Hidden Trash

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Your drive space is precious, especially if you have a laptop with limited storage. For many Macbook Pro owners, the standard 256 GB flash memory drive is the most affordable option, but not the most spacious. If you use your Macbook for serious photo or video editing work, then you know how quickly that space […]