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The Best Ways to Read News on Your iPhone or iPad

The iPhone and iPad are great for consuming news, whether that’s current affairs or the latest on your favorite sports team. The iPad, in particular, is ideally suited to kicking back and reading, and we’re going to tell you …

How to Set Up and Use Siri on an iPhone

Siri has a bad reputation among many, but it’s perfectly usable for most tasks, and if you’re knee-deep in the Apple ecosystem it doesn’t matter how much better a competing digital assistant is because everything ties into S…

How to Configure Mail Settings for iPhone and iPad

Mail is the built-in email app on every iPhone and iPad. It doesn’t boast some of the more advanced options you’ll find in third-party apps, but it works well. If you’re new to Mail, there are a few things you might want to …

How to Use Voice Memos on iPhone and iPad

Whether you’re recording a voice message as a reminder of that million dollar idea or catching a snippet of a new song you know you’ll forget, the iPhone and iPad’s Voice Memos app is the perfect tool….

How to Remove a Sim Card From an iPhone

Every iPhone has a SIM card slot on one of its sides. That slot houses a tray that holds your iPhone’s SIM card. That SIM card lets your phone connect to your cellular carrier so that you can make phone calls and get mobile d…

How to Get a Refund From the Google Play Store

It doesn’t matter how great the reviews of an app or game are; there’s always the chance that you’ll buy it, download it, and be underwhelmed. Maybe it doesn’t work as you’d hoped or even worse, doesn’t work at all. That’s wh…

How to Get a Refund From the Apple App Store

No matter how much research you do, there is always the chance of getting something that doesn’t work as advertised. That’s when you’re likely to need a refund, and even though Apple doesn’t advertise this, you can indeed get…

How to Make and Answer Calls on an iPad

Making and answering calls on your iPad is a little-known feature that can be pretty amazing in use, and all you need is to have your tablet and your iPhone near one another. Thanks to the magic of Apple’s Continuity features…
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