iOS 13 finally lets you use game controllers you likely already have in your home.
MacOS now splits the operating system and data files into two volumes, but they should never appear on the desktop.
Apple may have made a change, but you’re not sunk yet.
Want your iPhone to play what your HomePod is playing? Just bring the two devices close together.
If you want to listen to the world around you for a moment, the AirPods Pro make it easy.
Apple’s smart speaker can now lull you to sleep and shut off after you drift into dreamland.
Apple has deleted the Internet Radio list, but still plays streams.
Like to work or sleep to the sounds of ocean waves, raindrops, or a crackling fireplace? Your HomePod can finally help.
If you’re not ready, you may not want the reminder.
You can delete items you don’t want to keep or that you want to remove from taking up storage.
They won’t work, but you can choose to leave them in place.
You can find Shortcuts on the internet, but if you try to install them, you might run into a problem that prevents the Shortcut from installing.
The trick is using the Referenced File feature, which is a preference you can toggle at will inside the app.
It’s easy to sign up for subscription services like Apple Arcade, but unsubscribing from them on your iPhone or iPad is trickier process.