If you’re running iOS 10, try the new Widgets screen, where you can access a custom set of useful little apps from the Lock screen or the Home screen. It takes only a moment to set up and is one of the best new features in iOS 10. Learn more on our blog.
There’s nothing worse than running out of iPhone juice at an inopportune moment, but if you follow our 11-step program, you can extend your iPhone’s battery life significantly.
If you’ve ever found yourself opening file after file, looking for the right one, you’ll be pleased to learn that there’s a better way: OS X’s Quick Look feature. With a single keypress, you can peek inside nearly any file on the Mac, making it easy to compare files, sort photos, and more.
In today’s multi-device world, where you might check email on your Mac at work, your iPhone while out and about, and your iPad in the evening, you shouldn’t be trashing or filing each message on each device—once is enough.
There’s nothing worse than being late because you didn’t anticipate traffic. But the Calendar app on your iPhone can alert you when it’s time to leave for a meeting based on the travel time necessary to get there, including slowdowns for traffic jams. Learn how to set up this magical system.