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.
Older watchOS editions included a warning about outdated Apple Watch apps needing an update to improve reliability.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.
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.
A lot of people are struggling to find the Apple logo symbol on their keyboard because it’s not there to begin with. But worry not, friends, because iDownloadBlog’s step-by-step tutorial will teach you how to enter with your iPhone, iPad, Mac and other devices.
Gone are the days of note cards for your speeches and lectures. Put Pages together with your iPhone or iPad and you have a handy teleprompter.
Apple Watch Series 3 wearers who find spoken Siri responses too loud will be glad to hear (no pun intended) that watchOS 5 lets them change the volume of spoken Siri responses separately from the main system volume, here’s how.
Your iPhone and iPad can automatically identify and interpret QR codes in the camera’s viewfinder. With iOS 12, you can also manually scan QR codes via a new Control Center shortcut.
macOS Mojave turns that high-quality camera in your iPhone or iPad into a cool Mac feature. Here’s how to take advantage of Continuity Camera to directly insert images taken with your iPhone or documents scanned using your iPad, on demand, into Mac apps.