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Will Your Favorite iPhone Apps Work on iPad?

Everyone has their favorite apps. Although many of them will work on iPhones and iPads, they don’t all take advantage of the iPad’s larger screen. We’re going to explain how to tell which apps should work we...

How to Create Contact Groups on Your Mac

With contact groups, you’ll never have to manually add the same people to an email over and over. By grouping regularly used contacts, you can save tons of time in the future. Here’s how to do it on a Mac....

How to Measure Elevation on Your iPhone

Your elevation is usually measured as your height above sea level. This is useful information, especially if you enjoy climbing mountains. You can find your current elevation by looking at your iPhone, and you already have th...

How to Properly Set Up PlayStation VR

The PlayStation VR (PSVR) headset plugs into PS4 and creates a bona fide virtual reality experience. But like all VR headsets, it needs lots of cables. We’ll show you how to plug everything in and set up your room to ge...

How to Cut Out the Noise With Twitter Lists

Twitter is a fast-paced network that never stops, which can be overwhelming. It’s challenging to keep tabs on important topics. That’s where lists can come in handy—they make it easier to organize your feed....

How to Find your Mac, iPhone, and iPad’s UUID

Your Mac, iPhone, and iPad all have a Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) assigned. These codes are specific to each device and, similar to a serial number, they are used by developers to identify each one individually. Her...

How to Speed Up Face ID on Your iPhone

Apple announced Face ID alongside the iPhone X and touted its strong security improvements over Touch ID. But with the security dialed all the way up Face ID can be slow. Here’s how to make it work a little quicker....

How to Rename Your AirPods

When you set your AirPods up fresh, they were assigned a default name based on the name of the device with which you initially paired them. Most of the time, that’s fine. But if you want to get a little creative, here&#...
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