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  1. How to Change Your AirDrop Name on iPhone and iPad: AirDrop lets you quickly transfer files wirelessly between iPhones, iPads, and Macs. When you share a document, the recipient will see the name of the sending device. If you’d like to change your AirDrop name, it only takes a few steps. Here’s how to do it. Before we begin, it’s important to know that your device’s AirDrop name is the same as the general device name that you might see while backing up your iPhone or iPad or in a list of devices in your iCloud account. By default, this name will be your first name and the model name, such
  2. blackzheep/Shutterstock If you own a Mac powered by Apple Silicon (such as the M1 processor), you no longer need to take out your iPhone or iPad to run some of your favorite mobile apps. As long as you’re running macOS 11Big Sur or newer, you can download and install iPhone and iPad apps onto your Mac. Before you can run an iPhone or iPad app on your Mac or MacBook, you’ll first need to download it from Apple’s App Store. RELATED: How to Check How Much RAM Is in Your Mac Start by clicking on the Launchpad icon found on your computer’s dock. Next, click on
  3. Khamosh Pathak Siri works pretty well with iMessage. You can ask Siri to send a message, and Siri will transcribe it to text for you. But what if Siri gets something wrong? Sending an audio voice message removes all confusion. Starting with the iOS 14 update, Siri can record your voice and send it as a voice (audio) message. While you can send voice messages directly in the Messages app, the beauty of using Siri is that you can do this without even picking up your iPhone—assuming you have AirPods or other headphones. RELATED:How to setup MainIPTV on MYTV Online - Formuler Z+
  4. Need to quickly silence your phone? If you’re running iOS 14 or later on an iPhone 8 or newer, you can mute the volume by tapping the back of your phone two or three times. This is possible thanks to a feature called Back Tap and a custom shortcut that’s easy to create. Let’s set it all up! How Does Back Tap Work? Back Tap is an accessibility feature on the iPhone that detects finger taps on the back of your iPhone using its built-in accelerometer. It works on iPhone 8 and newer models. In Settings, you can configure Back Tap to use two or three taps and launch different actions, incl
  5. Most of us use emoji on our iPhone, but until recently finding the right one has been tricky. Luckily, starting in iOS 14, you can now search for emoji directly within the Emoji keyboard in any app on an iPhone. Here’s how. First, open the app you’d like to type an emoji into. Tap any text-input area, and when the on-screen keyboard appears, tap the emoji keyboard button. (If you don’t see the emoji button in your on-screen keyboard, that means the emoji keyboard has been deactivated in Settings. To get it back, navigate to Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards. Tap
  6. Hadrian/Shutterstock.com If you have AirPods Pro, you can now turn on Spatial Audio for a “theater-like surround-sound experience.” Your iPhone or iPad will track the movement of your head and device to deliver more immersive sound. What You’ll Need This feature does require AirPods Pro—it doesn’t work with standard AirPods or any Beats headphones, although it may work with future models. Spatial Audio works with the iPhone 7 and later. For iPad, you’ll need at least an iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation), iPad Pro 11-inch, iPad Air (3rd generation), iPad (6th generation), or
  7. If you’re using a third-party email client on your iPhone or iPad, you can change the default email app as long as you’re running iOS 14, iPadOS 14, or newer. But unless you’re looking for it, you might miss the setting. Here’s how to change your default email app. In order to switch your default email app, you must have a third-party email client installed from the App Store on your phone or tablet that has been updated to support the feature. For example, as of this writing, Outlook, Spark, and Hey support it, but the official Gmail app does not. First, open the “Settings” app on y
  8. Epic Games Apple and Google might have removed Fortnite from the App Store and Play Store, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to download. If you’ve ever installed the game onto your iPhone or iPad before it was banned, you can reinstall the Fortnite app right now. Here’s how. Before we begin, if you want to play the mobile version of Fortnite on Android, you can still download the app and manually install the game. It’s also available to Samsung Galaxy smartphone and tablet owners from the Galaxy Store. RELATED: How to Hide Your App Folder Names on iPhone or iPad Start
  9. Khamosh Pathak How to Use Inline Replies in Messages on iPhone and iPad: iMessage group chats can blow up. Leave one for an hour or so, and you could return to three different conversations you need to address. Keep things sane by using Inline replies to respond directly to particular messages on iPhone or iPad. If your iPhone or iPad runs iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 or higher, you have access to a new Inline replies feature which allows you to create threads from a message (similar to Slack). RELATED: How to Adjust Siri’s Volume on iPhone and iPad When you create a thread, others ca
  10. Justin Duino Apple’s CarPlay is a great alternative to the slow and laggy built-in software running on your vehicle’s infotainment system. Despite this, whether you’re plugging your phone into someone else’s car or a rental, you sometimes don’t want CarPlay to start automatically. Here’s how to disable the feature. Disable CarPlay From Your iPhone To easiest way to ensure that CarPlay never automatically starts is by completely disabling the application from your iPhone. To do this, start by jumping into the “Settings” app on your smartphone. Next, select the “Screen Time
  11. How to Hide Your App Folder Names on iPhone or iPad: When you group apps together into folders, your iPhone or iPad attempts to name those folders for you based on what’s in them. But what if you don’t want to label a folder? Here’s how to erase it completely. Right off the bat, this sounds pretty easy—just name it with a single space right? Nope. When you leave the name of a folder blank or insert only one space, iOS converts the name of the folder back to what it used to be. Over the years, various workarounds have come and gone, but fortunately one or two remain. The Simple Option
  12. Stop the iPhone 11’s ultra-wideband chip from tracking your location Apple today released iOS 13.3.1, and the new update contains two important fixes. First, it eliminates a Communication Limits workaround that allowed younger iPhone users to add contacts without first having to enter a Screen Time passcode. That’ll come as a relief to parents. For the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, you’ll also now find a new toggle to disable location tracking by the U1 Ultra Wideband chip. Apple ran into some controversy last month when security expert Brian Krebs realized th
  13. Back at the launch event for the iPhone 11 last fall, the developers of Filmic Pro got on stage and showed off a new app that allowed iPhone users to record videos using both the front and rear cameras on their iPhone simultaneously. And today, that app finally made its official debut in the form of Filmic’s new DoubleTake app. While Filmic plans to eventually roll DoubleTake’s functionality into Filmic Pro itself, for now, DoubleTake exists as a free standalone app that lets modern iPhones take full advantage of every camera on the device. Using a pretty streamlined UI, iPhone owner
  14. iOS 14 rumored to stay compatible with all iPhones running iOS 13 Everything up to the iPhone 6S and iPhone SE (Image credit: Future) The next version of the iPhone operating system, iOS 14, will probably launch alongside the iPhone 12 in late 2020 - and a new rumor suggests it will be compatible with all the phones that can run the current iOS 13, from the iPhone 6S/iPhone SE onward. The rumor states that the iPhone 6S and iPhone SE are favored to make it into the compatibility list, according to French site iPhoneSoft, which got the info from a source on the
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