If you want to restore previous document versions in Pages, Numbers, or Keynote, it’s a fairly easy process on your iOS devices.
There’s a quicker and easier way, than copying and pasting, to open a Safari page with another browser and this tutorial shows you how.
You can use any of these fonts in your documents, creative Mac apps such as Apple Pages, Adobe Photoshop and similar, as well as just about anywhere in macOS where fonts are supported.
If you have an interview or meeting on Skype, take advantage of this feature. Here’s how to record calls with Skype on iPhone.
If you want to wait a bit longer before having to enter your password for book purchases, here’s how to adjust the password settings in Apple Books.
If have different versions of the same slide in, but only want to show one or the other during your presentation, here’s how to skip slides in Keynote.
If you’re ready to pen your first novel or children’s book, this tutorial shows you how to create a book in Pages on Mac and iOS to make things easier.
If you have complex slides and need more room to work, this tutorial shows you how to expand the workspace in Keynote around your slides.
Has it been too long since you saw Cydia on your iPhone? It only takes a couple of minutes to jailbreak iOS 13.5 so be sure to follow our handy video tutorial for that!
Become more productive on your iPad by familiarizing yourself with a cool Apple Pencil shortcut that allows you to quickly take a screenshot and edit it.