How to Clean Dirt, Stains, and Grime from Your Apple Watch Bands

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The Apple Watch is arguably the best smartwatch on the market. It’s so good that you’ll wear it all of the time. But, one major drawback to this all-day, everyday wear is dirt.

It’s inevitable – your Apple Watch (and the watch band, especially) will get dirty.

While you can wipe down your watch with a soft cloth, washing the band is a bit more complicated.

Continue reading to browse a few tips to help keep your bands as clean as possible.

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How to detect people with iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, and iPad Pro with LiDAR — Apple Support

Check out the People Detection feature for iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd generation), and iPad Pro 19.9-inch (4th generation). When it’s on, your iPhone gives you visual, audible, or haptic feedback when people are nearby.

To learn more about this topic visit the following articles:
Detect people around you using Magnifier on iPhone: http://apple.co/3sVp0uX
Magnify nearby objects with Magnifier on iPhone: http://apple.co/3ohAHIP
Use accessibility shortcuts on iPhone: http://apple.co/3olmLxw

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Contact Apple Support for iPhone: http://apple.co/iPhone

To subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AppleSupport

To download the Apple Support app: http://apple.co/2hFtzIv

Apple Support on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AppleSupport

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Make your AirPod Sound EXTREMELY LOUD – iOS Tips (NEW 2021)

How to make your AirPod Sound EXTREMELY LOUD (NEW 2021)

In this video I show you how to make your AirPods / headphones sound extremely loud

Customize headphone audio levels on your iPhone or iPad: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211218?cid=mc-ols-audio-article_ht211218-ios_ui-06042020

Hearing health:
https://www.apple.com/accessibility/hearing/

https://support.apple.com/guide/iphone/track-headphone-environmental-sound-level-iph1df080ecc/ios

Amplify soft sounds and adjust certain frequencies for your hearing needs with Headphone Accommodations in iOS and iPadOS 14.

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Mac Basics: Using the Dock

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https://macmost.com/e-2383 The Dock is one of the most basic tools you’ll need to learn to use a Mac. You can use it to launch apps and you can customize it to contain the apps you need. You can also put files and folders in the Dock and change how it works in System Preferences.

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Make an Intel Mac Boot Directly to Startup Manager

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If you have an Intel Mac, you can make it boot directly into the boot disk options startup manager by issuing an nvram terminal command. This could be helpful for advanced users in particular whether they’re troubleshooting, have dual boot situations with multiple versions of macOS, macOS and Windows 10 in Boot Camp, macOS and Linux, for accessing a USB boot drive, a Time Machine restore disk, or myriad other situations where you’d want to boot a Mac directly into the startup manager.

Whether or not this is easier or faster than booting an Intel Mac from an…

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How to Use Spatial Audio on AirPods Pro & Max

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When Apple announced the launch of their pricey AirPods Max, they highlighted a new, unheard of feature: something they called “Spatial Audio”. Granted, “Spatial Audio” is a term made up by Apple to sell headphones, but it’s basically surround sound inside your headphones.

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How to Disable Typing Indicators in Signal

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Looking to be sneaky while texting your friends and colleagues on Signal? Not everyone wants to let the other person know that they’re typing. Signal gives you a unique setting unlike most other messaging platforms that allow you to disable typing indicators if necessary.

Most messaging platforms today indicate you when someone is typing a message. Although this is a really nice feature to have so that you don’t leave the chat during the middle of a conversation, it has its fair share of negatives. Accidental presses can trigger the typing indicator, and…

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How to Add Notes with HomePod

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Do you utilize the Notes app on your iPhone or iPad for note-taking, making to-do lists, or for writing down any other important information? If you own a HomePod, you’ll be pleased to know that you can also add notes to the Notes app, directly from the HomePod and without typing them out. That’s right, you can add notes with just your voice.

Manually taking down notes may be something you’re used to, but thanks to Siri on the HomePod, you can use voice commands to add notes stored on your Apple devices. Just like on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, you can use…

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How to Limit Google's Apps From Tracking You on Your Apple Devices

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Apple recently updated its App Store and iOS privacy policies to force app developers to be more transparent about their data collection practices. As a result, users have a little more insight (and, ideally, control) over what data various companies can track—and how. Even giants like Google.

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