Hit that update button because iOS 12.2 is here.
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Coinciding with this week’s release of the new iPad Air, iPad mini, and updated AirPods, Apple released iOS 12.2. Besides being a required update for the new AirPods to work, iOS 12.2 also comes with s…
The moment I started seriously worrying about credit card and debit card skimmers wasn’t when my entire bank account was transferred to Turkey, or when I had to replace a credit card three times in two months because of fraudulent charges. It was when…
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A nasty bug which lets you hear and see someone at the end of a FaceTime call — without them answering — has been pretty concerning.
While Apple has said it will be rolling out a fix to the issue later this week, you’ll want to disable the feature for the time being.
This means you’ll need to switch FaceTime off on each Apple device you own. Turning it off on one device (even though you may be logged in to these devices with the same Apple ID) doesn’t automatically do the same for other devices.
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With all the connected home products, smart TVs, smartphones, and other mobile devices ruling our lives, it’s more important than ever to outfit your home or business with a wireless router that can handle the increased demand for Wi-Fi connectivity. …
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Malicious software and network attacks can be devastating. Luckily, making your devices, online identity, and activities more secure really doesn’t take much effort. These 4 tips for being more secure in your online life will help keep you safer. Read…
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Whether you call it night mode or dark mode, it’s a trend that plenty of websites and apps have embraced.
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Hulu is joining the party by rolling out Night Mode to all web users. It swaps the traditionally brighter colors of an interface for darke…
New iPads weren’t the only thing Apple revealed in Brooklyn.
Apple released iOS 12.1 in addition to announcing the new home button-less iPad Pro, a Mac mini, and a refreshed MacBook Air. While this isn’t an entirely new iOS, it’s an important update that delivers promised features that the initial version of iOS 12 missed, as well as some much-needed performance improvements.
The big one, of course, is Group FaceTime. The ability to video call with up to 32 people on iOS and macOS devices is now available with this update. You’ll also get several new emoji, including the hotly anticipated bagel with cream cheese. Read more…
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iOS users who enjoyed the ability to snap a photo in Messages are in for a big surprise.
There is no longer the ability to snap a shot and just send it to a friend — photos and videos taken in the Camera app are automatically added into your library.
Apple didn’t highlight this change on stage at WWDC alongside iOS 12. However, it arrived in Beta 1 and stuck through the final beta, and it seems it’s here to stay.
Essentially, tapping the camera icon on the top-left side of the keyboard now opens the viewfinder, and once you take a photo — or a few quick snaps — they’re all added to your library. Read more…
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Listen, I get it, an inbox can be anxiety-inducing.
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The last thing any user needs is a notification guilting you into replying to someone’s email. But with Gmail’s recent massive overhaul, Google snuck in little, nagging orange reminders to some emai…
Instagram Stories have become a dominant force in our visual-obsessed culture, and a little-known hack is about to make it a bit GIF-ier.
For this tutorial, a third-party keyboard is your secret weapon (Gboard, Bitmoji, and Giphy are all good options).
But before we get started, we should point out that Instagram’s partnership with Giphy has already made it easy to insert some GIFs into your stories — the problem is that the in-app database doesn’t include every GIF you could ever want.
But with this trick, noticed by Matt Navarra on Twitter, users can copy a GIF from, say Google Images, Tumblr, or GIF sites, paste it natively in an Instagram Story, and then arrange it however you want. The world of GIFs is your oyster. Read more…
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Microsoft is about to kick off Build, its annual developer conference.
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In addition to routine updates to Windows 10, the company is expected to announce new AI features and integrations, new tools for business applications using its Azure cloud…