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How to use Universal Control on macOS Monterey

Universal Control was first teased at WWDC21 last year. It's one of the most mind-blowing features Apple has introduced in a long while. If you're unfamiliar with the feature, Universal Control almost breaks the space-time continuum. It enables users to move the cursor between a Mac and up to two other Mac or iPad devices....

Safari on iOS could soon support web push notifications

Safari is one of the best browsers available on Apple's operating systems. It's fast, efficient when it comes to battery usage, and works as expected. However, one main feature remains missing from the iOS version of the app -- web push notifications. This makes depending on Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) a pain, as they're unable...

In iOS 15.4, you’ll finally be able to use Face ID with a Mask

The initial release of iOS 15 arrived last year, and per usual for Apple, it has continued to receive minor updates in the months since. iOS 15.3 just arrived this week with a fix for Safari's IndexedDB data leak and other minor fixes, and now the first beta for iOS 15.4 is available to try...

Tips and tricks iPad users should know about

iPads are great devices for productivity, entertainment, and more. These versatile Apple tablets are capable of doing a lot -- including building and publishing apps. And even if you're on a limited budget, there's an iPad for you -- for the company manufactures various models with different specifications and price tags. So whether you're looking for...

First 10 things to do with a new iPhone or iPad

Apple products are known for their durability, and they tend to be supported for years to come. The company has been manufacturing several models of its iPhone and iPad lineups to match almost all budgets and needs. If you don't want to spend a fortune on an iDevice, you're no longer limited to older, outdated...

Swift Playgrounds now allows you to build and publish apps on your iPad

Swift Playgrounds was first revealed during WWDC in 2016. The app initially would only work on iPads, but Apple has recently expanded support to include macOS, too. Last June, the company announced during WWDC21 that Swift Playgrounds 4 would allow iPadOS users to publish iOS apps directly from their iPads, without needing Xcode on a...

You will soon be able to publish iOS apps from your iPad

Swift Playgrounds was first revealed during WWDC in 2016. The app initially would only work on iPads, but Apple has recently expanded support to include macOS, too. Last June, the company announced during WWDC21 that Swift Playgrounds 4 would allow iPadOS users to publish iOS apps directly from their iPads, without needing Xcode on a...

A complete guide to Apple Subscription Services: Pricing, Availability, and more

Apple has a long history when it comes to online services -- both free and paid ones. Over time, some were discontinued, while others have evolved into upgraded versions that better serve the modern world and suit users' needs. One of the most known services today is iCloud. It allows users to store up to...

Save $200 on the Apple 11-inch iPad Pro (2nd Gen)

Black Friday is over, but Cyber Monday is right around the corner, and Apple has some tempting deals! You can save $200 on the 2020 11-inch iPad Pro (2nd Gen) and own one for $900 only. This iPad runs iPadOS 15 and is powered by the A12Z Bionic chip with 64-bit architecture. It has 512GB...

[Update: Decision reverted] Popular iOS app Notability paywalls features that users already paid for, prompting raised pitchforks

Notability -- one of the most popular note-taking apps on iPhone, iPad, and Mac -- has switched to the freemium business model. While we've seen this move happen with other apps before, this app is taking away features users had already paid for. So if you've purchased the app and any in-app purchases (IAPs) to...

Google plans to revamp its iPhone and iPad apps soon

When it comes to Google apps on iOS and iPadOS, almost all users notice one thing when first launching them — how similar they look to the ones on Android. For the longest time, there have been complaints regarding how their user interface (UI) doesn't match that of iOS. Switches, banners, and other buttons all...

Microsoft Surface Pro 8 vs Apple iPad Pro M1: Which is the better Pro tablet?

A lot of people prefer portability over capability when it comes to choosing their devices. Usually, portable devices aren't as powerful as stationary ones. So we must achieve balance between both aspects to make the most out of two worlds. Hybrid computers are one solution to that. Microsoft and Apple offer devices for both usage cases,...