How to use SharePlay via Messages on iPhone | Apple Support

Starting in iOS 16, you can use SharePlay to listen to music and watch TV and movies with your friends while chatting about it in Messages. Here’s how to get started.

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Watch movies and TV shows together in FaceTime on your iPhone or iPad: https://apple.co/3ClZFP6
Use Messages on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: https://apple.co/3y3EwsN

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How to Refresh Software Update on Mac

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Occasionally when a user goes to update macOS system software through the Software Update preference panel, they’ll find the updates that are shown are outdated, not showing up at all, or not showing all of the updates that you know to be available (for example, a newly released system software update).

If you find that the proper Mac software updates are not showing as available in the Software Update panel, you can refresh the Software Update preference panel in macOS.

Curiously enough, the refresh option is not shown in any of the menu items however, so if…

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Use This Trick To Manage Your iMovie Projects

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https://macmost.com/e-2799 By default every time you create a new iMovie Project it just adds on to your one and only iMovie Library. This makes it difficult to manage and archive your iMovie projects over the years. Instead, create a new Library each time you want to start a new project.

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05:47 Moving Projects Between Libraries

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How to Run Snapchat on Mac

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If you’re a Snapchat user and you’d like to run Snapchat on your Mac, you’ll be happy to know there’s a new option to get Snapchat on the Mac without having to use the Bluestacks method that has been around for quite some time.

Now, all you need is a web browser to run Snapchat on your Mac.


There’s not much to getting Snapchat running on the Mac with the web client method, here’s all you need to do:

  1. On a Chrome browser for Mac, go to https://web.snapchat.com/
  2. Login to your Snapchat account as usual

And there you go, it’s that simple, you’re now…

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How to Hang Up Calls with Siri on iPhone

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If you use Siri to make phone calls and start FaceTime calls, you might also be interested in using Siri to hang up your phone calls or FaceTime calls too.

With this feature enabled, you can say “Hey Siri, hang up” while on a phone call or FaceTime call, and Siri will end the active call.

How to End Phone Calls with Siri (FaceTime & Phone Calls)

Here’s how you can hang up phone calls with Siri:

  1. Open the “Settings” app
  2. Go to “Siri & Search”
  3. Toggle the switch for “Call Hang Up” to the ON position
  4. Hey Siri Hang Up iPhone calls

Siri will now be listening for the “Hey Siri…

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How to Automatically Send Messages with Siri from iPhone Without Confirmation

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If you’re confident in Siri’s abilities to dictate text and accurately relay what you are saying into a message, you can enable a feature that allows you to automatically send messages from Siri on iPhone without asking for a confirmation first.

When the confirmation is enabled, you’ll see the text typed out that Siri has dictated from your voice to the message, and then Siri will ask to confirm to send the message. With the automatic sending feature enabled, there is no confirmation, Siri will just send the message right away. Sound good? Of course it does,…

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17 Things You May Not Know About Quick Look

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https://macmost.com/e-2802 Quick Look allows you to preview files in the Finder. But you can also do other things with it like rotating and editing images, trimming videos, scroll through documents and select text to copy, view multiple files as an index sheet or slideshow and more.

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02:23 4. Full Screen Mode
02:44 5. View More Than One File
03:22 6. Slideshow Mode
03:46 7. Open With
04:13 8. Zoom In On Photos
04:42 9. Video Controls
05:09 10. Rotate, Markup, Trim
05:58 11. Share From Quick Look
06:22 12. Navigate Inside Documents
07:08 13. Copy Text From Documents
07:34 14. Copy Text From Images With Live Text
08:01 15. Visual Look Up
08:19 16. Use In Notes and Mail
09:35 17. Quick Look Extensions

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How to See a Wi-Fi Password on iPhone

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Need to view a wi-fi network password right on your iPhone? You can now do that, and it’s super easy thanks to the latest iOS update.

A common occurrence is joining a wi-fi network with a complex password, and then needing to relay that wi-fi network password to someone else, or to another one of your devices. For whatever reason, Apple did not implement the ability to view a wi-fi password after it had been entered until iOS 16. Now you can easily see and view wi-fi passwords that are you used on your device.

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Using External Editors With the Mac Photos App

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https://macmost.com/e-2796 While Photos has a lot of adjustment and cropping tools, you can also use your favorite image editor directly with the Photos app. You can choose to edit the photo in an editor and have the results saved back to your library, or you can use an editing extension for even tighter integration.

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How to use Safety Check on your iPhone | Apple Support

Use Safety Check to disconnect your iPhone from people, apps, and devices you no longer want to be connected to. Visit our Personal Safety User Guide at https://apple.co/safety.

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How Safety Check on iPhone works to keep you safe: https://apple.co/3dByvN4

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