macOS Mojave consolidates taking screenshots, capturing video recordings and changing related settings in a cool new floating interface with handy on-screen controls and other useful shortcuts. Here’s totally everything you need to know to master these enhanced capabilities in Mojave and take the screen capturing game on your Mac to the next level.
Work with multiple emails at once on your Mac with full-screen Mail split view. This tutorial shows you what it does and how to enable it if needed.
You can easily customize the cards in your Contacts app on Mac so that you get just the information you need and want for those important people.
Older watchOS editions included a warning about outdated Apple Watch apps needing an update to improve reliability. Beginning with watchOS 5, those apps refuse to open at all. Here’s how to see the list of legacy apps on your Apple Watch.
iOS 12’s Podcasts app makes jumping to a chapter in your favorite show easier than ever before with proper support for chapter markers and a handy indicator showing you which chapter you’re currently in.
Organize your inbox, receive notifications, and mark emails for importance, all automatically with Mail rules on your Mac.
Spruce up your emails or send a thoughtful message. The Mail app on your Mac gives you great cards and flyers for almost any occasion.
The next time you share media from iOS 12 Photos on your iPhone and iPad, consider generating a link instead of stuffing people’s inboxes with a multi-megabyte attachment.
Thanks to watchOS 5 and machine learning, Apple Watch customers can now invoke a hands-free Siri listening session without having to speak the “Hey Siri” trigger phrase.
Pop emails from the Mail app right onto your Home screen using Stickies. Here’s to turn an email into a sticky note on Mac.