It’s always good to talk about financial, medical, and digital records with loved ones if you haven’t made a plan, especially regarding access to passwords after someone dies.
The cognitive dissonance can be resolved by booting into macOS or reinstalling macOS.
You can’t yet directly share Apple Card data with financial planning apps, but you can export a CSV or OFX file and then import it into them.
Apple’s old base station had a feature many loved: it was an AirPlay music streamer.
You’ve got one HomePod in your living room and four people who want to use it. No problem!
Make other people’s faces larger, but watch out for the audio.
Just like the late Turntable.fm app, JQBX lets you create remote listening rooms for your friends. You will, however, need a Spotify Premium account to indulge.
If your email provider changes how it marks messages as spam, they have to provide controls, too.
With Apple’s Wi-Fi base station units ever older in people’s homes, here’s how to replace them.
With Apple’s two-factor authentication, any alert you get about a far-away log in should be heeded.
Thanks to Google’s new Nest Aware plans, Google Home and Nest devices can now keep an ear out for the sounds of smoke alarms and breaking glass.
You may need to force a full iCloud Photos resynchronization.
Wi-Fi Calling is a helpful feature in improving call quality, but seems to turn itself off.
Apple lets every user on a Mac launch apps available to all users, but the licensing may trip you up.
So you’re ready to make the leap from Google to Apple. Here’s what you need to know.