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How to customize announcements and hints for VoiceOver on Mac

Learn how to hear announcements and hints when using VoiceOver on Mac. You can enable, disable, and customize what’s spoken.
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How to set up immersive home theater audio with your HomePod and Apple TV 4K

Learn how to create an immersive home theater experience by enabling virtual surround sound for your Apple TV through your HomePod wireless speaker.
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How to determine whether your Mac computer is using an Intel processor or Apple silicon

Follow along with this quick tutorial for the instructions showing you how to identify Apple silicon and Intel Macs.
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Where is that on Mac?

Find out where to find the most common things on your Mac. From the Applications folder to iTunes to screenshots, we’ll show you where they are.
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How to change your iPhone or iPad wallpaper automatically with a single tap

If you have iOS or iPadOS 14.3 installed on your iPhone or iPad, you can create a custom shortcut to quickly change your wallpaper with a single tap of a Home screen icon.
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Where is that on iPhone and iPad?

Find out where the common things are on your iPhone and iPad. We’ll answer your questions whether you’re new to iOS or not.
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How to use the VoiceOver Utility to customize VoiceOver on Mac

Customize VoiceOver using the VoiceOver Utility on Mac. We’ll show you all of the options to make VoiceOver work better for you.
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How to do a clean install of macOS 11 Big Sur

Follow these steps to learn how to perform a clean install of macOS 11 Big Sur vs. upgrading in order to avoid common Mac issues and make your computer run faster.
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How to change the page layout for a book on Kindle Paperwhite

Learn how to change the page layout on Kindle Paperwhite for the ideal book reading experience. Adjust the spacing, margins, and more.
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How to force universal Mac apps to run under Rosetta emulation instead of natively

Whether for troubleshooting, code development or pure fun, you can force an Intel + Apple Silicon app to use the slower Rosetta emulation instead of running natively at full speed.