How to Use Group FaceTime on iPhone & iPad

How to Use Group FaceTime on iPhone & iPad

The iPhone and iPad now have the ability to make Group FaceTime video calls, where you can have up to 32 people participating in a group video chat. Let’s walk through how to start a Group FaceTime video chat on the iPhone and iPad, and also demonstrate how to add people to an existing FaceTime…

How to Boot in Single User Mode on a Mac

How to Boot in Single User Mode on a Mac

Advanced Mac users can boot into Single User Mode, which loads directly into the command line of Mac OS and skips the familiar friendly user interface. Booting into Single User Mode on a Mac can be helpful for some troubleshooting purposes and administrative tasks, but is generally best reserved for use by advanced Mac users…

How to Delete All Google Search Activity from a Google Account

How to Delete All Google Search Activity from a Google Account

Google has made it easier to delete all Google search activity data that is related to your Google account, meaning all the stuff you have searched google.com for and clicked on while logged into a Google account, you’ll be able to clear out and permanently delete if you feel the need to do so. This…

How to Use & Access DVD Player in MacOS Mojave

How to Use & Access DVD Player in MacOS Mojave

If regularly use a Mac with an Apple SuperDrive or other DVD player, you may be wondering where the DVD Player app went in macOS Mojave, and perhaps you have arrived at the conclusion that it’s missing since it’s no longer visible in the /Applications folder or Launchpad. It’s not missing however, it turns out…

How to Stop “Upgrade to MacOS Mojave” Notification Banners in Mac OS

How to Stop “Upgrade to MacOS Mojave” Notification Banners in Mac OS

Are you not ready to upgrade to MacOS Mojave yet? If so, you may wish to disable and hide the “Upgrade to macOS Mojave” notification banner that comes up frequently in prior versions of Mac OS system software, as Apple pushes users to upgrade to the latest MacOS release. Whether you’re avoiding the MacOS Mojave…

How to See Weather on Lock Screen of iPhone with iOS 12

How to See Weather on Lock Screen of iPhone with iOS 12

The iPhone has an optional secret weather widget for the devices locked screen that can be enabled through an unlikely feature; Do Not Disturb mode. With this feature in use, you’ll see the days current temperature, weather conditions, and the forecast when you glance at your iPhone screen as you start the day. It’s a…

Lost? Ask Siri “Where Am I?” to Get Your Current Location on iPhone

Lost? Ask Siri “Where Am I?” to Get Your Current Location on iPhone

Have you ever been so lost that you don’t even know where you are? Your iPhone and Siri can help! Perhaps you were following someones bad directions to a destination and got wildly lost, maybe you’re in a new city and took a few too many wrong turns, or maybe you were the passenger in…