How to Change FPS in Fortnite

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If you play Fortnite you might be interested in changing the frame rate or FPS of the game, which can result in smoother gameplay.

This tutorial will discuss how to change FPS settings in Fortnite to either increase or lower the frame rate of the game. The article screenshots covers adjusting FPS on iPad Pro but the process is going to be basically the same on Fortnite for Windows PC, Mac, iPhone, Android, Xbox, and any other platform you’ll find the game on.

How to Change FPS in Fortnite on iPad Pro & iPhone

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10 Settings to Change on Your iPhone Right Now

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Your iPhone is pretty much ready to go right out of the box with just some light setup required. But whether you’re an iPhone newcomer or a veteran of the iOS platform, there are some settings that you should change. Many savvy iPhone owners have probably changed these settings already. But check the list and see if there are any that you missed. Continue reading to learn 10 Settings to Change on Your iPhone Right Now.

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How to Bookmark All Open Tabs in Safari on iPhone & iPad

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Ever have tons of Safari tabs opened on iPhone or iPad and wished you could bookmark them all at once so you can easily refer to them all later? Now you can do exactly that on iOS and iPadOS, bookmarking all of your open browser tabs in one fell swoop.

With so many great websites on the internet it’s very easy to find yourself with many, many open browser tabs. But you probably don’t want to lose them all, so just closing them out isn’t always an option. That’s what bookmarks are for and Safari handles them better than ever with a new ability to…

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How to Stop iPad from Getting iPhone Messages

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Ever wondered why your iPad is getting text messages from your iPhone? And have you ever wondered how to stop the iPad from getting iPhone messages? This article will show you how to disable the feature that allows all iPhone messages to be shared and received to an iPad.


If you haven’t noticed already, if you have an iPad setup with the same Apple ID as an iPhone, the iPad will get messages from the iPhone, and the iPad can also send messages too. This iMessage sharing feature is really useful for some people, but for others it can be very frustrating,…

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How to Set Up Your iPhone as a Security Key for Google's 2FA

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iOS: If you’re a good Google user, you’re probably used to receiving all sorts of prompts on your device whenever you sign into your account (or in the not-so-great instance when someone else is trying to sign in as you). Android users have been able to use their devices as security keys for some time now, and iPhone…

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How to Check If Your AirPods Pro's Noise Cancellation Is Broken

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Noise-canceling headphones can bring you peaceful, private listening in crowded places like buses or help you focus on work while posted up in a coffee shop or noisy office. They’re great when they work, but some AirPods Pro users are finding that a recent firmware update affected the performance of their earbuds’…

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Where are Notes Stored on Mac?

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Want to access Notes data on your Mac? Wondering where Notes are stored on the Mac? This article will show you where Notes are stored locally on a Mac and how to access that data. This of course assumes you use the Notes app, with or without iCloud, and if so all Notes will be kept on the Mac locally, including locally kept notes, and caches of notes from iCloud. This stored Notes data includes all Notes texts, images, graphics, drawings, doodles, media, movies, videos, and any other data stored and kept in the Notes app.

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Fix Your iPhone’s Bad Signal Strength with These 10 Tricks

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Most of the things you do on your iPhone probably rely on Wi-Fi. But a strong cellular reception is still essential for two of the bedrock features of a smartphone: phone calls and SMS text messages. Because of that, a poor cellular reception at home can wreak all kinds of havoc on your calls and texts. But there’s no reason to settle for subpar service where you live. If you’re experiencing dropped calls or unsent green texts, continue reading to learn ten things you can do to boost your cellular reception at…

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How to Answer Phone Calls on AirPods

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Handling phone calls with AirPods and AirPods Pro is a wonderfully convenient feature to use.

If you’re wearing AirPods and receive a phone call, you might wish to answer a phone call while wearing the AirPods earbuds.

And of course you can also hang up phone calls with AirPods too, so you’re not going to be stuck on a phone call that you answered and now want to get off of.

Naturally you must have setup AirPods with iPhone or AirPods Pro to be able to use this feature, as a lack of cellular capability will not allow for phone calls to arrive to the iPhone…

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How To Make and Export a Slideshow On Your iPhone

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https://macmost.com/e-2089 You can quickly and easily made a slideshow in the Photos app, but those can’t be exported to share. By using the free iMovie app from Apple, you can build a slideshow from a set of photos in minutes and then export it as video to share. You can also customize each photo with filters, cropping, movement and text. You can add music, audio and narration to the slideshow too. The basic idea works on the iPad as well.

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