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How to Change the Alarm Sound on Your iPhone

At some point, the default alarm sound on your iPhone might stop waking you up every morning. You either tune it out, or it just gets very annoying. Here’s how to change the alarm sound on your iPhone to any song or ton...

How to Troubleshoot Bluetooth Issues on a Mac

Bluetooth gives you the freedom to use devices like keyboards and headphones wirelessly, but it isn’t always reliable. If you run into any issues with Bluetooth in macOS, you can follow these steps to troubleshoot them....

How to Password Protect Apps on Your Mac

You can secure your Mac using a password or Touch ID, but what if you want to individually lock specific apps? There’s no official Apple solution, but you can use a third-party app to get the job done....

How to Access iCloud Services on Android

Apple users are able to store their notes, pictures, contacts, and settings in their iCloud storage and sync them across multiple Apple devices. Accessing your iCloud data on Android is a trickier process, but it is possible....

How to Check If Your iPhone Was Refurbished

After buying a used iPhone, you might wonder about its history. When first sold, did it leave Apple as a brand new device or one that had been previously refurbished? Luckily, there’s an easy way to tell. Here’s h...

How to Find an App on Your iPhone or iPad Fast

Apple’s App Store features around two million apps for iPhone and iPad combined. If you’re like us, you probably have dozens of apps on your iOS or iPadOS device but have not had the chance to organize them all. Y...

How to Change Your Apple iPhone’s Name

When you first set up your iPhone, Apple gives it a generic, default name. This becomes its identity when you use AirDrop, pair to Bluetooth devices, or connect to a hotspot. If you’d prefer something else, though, you...

How to Swipe Type on an iPhone or iPad

Did you know you can now swipe type on your iPhone or iPad keyboard? This feature is enabled by default, but if you haven’t tried it yet, give it a shot! You might be surprised how much easier (and faster) it allows you...
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