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How to Install & Run iPhone or iPad Apps on M1 Mac (Apple Silicon)

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If you have an Apple Silicon Mac, you can install and run iPhone and iPad apps directly on the Mac.

The new Apple Silicon Macs have the ability to not only run Mac apps natively and through Rosetta 2, but iOS and iPadOS apps too, bringing a plethora of apps and games to the Mac that were previously not available on the platform.

This capability is limited to new Macs with Apple Silicon chips, like the M1 series of MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini, and of course future Macs will be running Apple Silicon chips too. If you do not have an Apple Silicon Mac,…

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How to Delete Apps from iPhone & iPad via App Store with a Gesture Trick

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Have you ever gone to update apps and then realized you don’t even want some of these apps installed on your iPhone or iPad any longer? Now you can easily delete those apps right from the Updates section of the App Store.

As you likely know by now, updating apps on iPhone and iPad with iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and newer is a bit different from before. And while the change of location for updating apps has frustrated some users, the app updates functionality also gained a new ability to delete and remove apps directly from the Updates section. This makes it easier…

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How to Manage Subscriptions on Mac

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Do you want to keep an eye on all the apps and services you’ve subscribed to? Maybe you want to know the renewal dates, cancel a subscription to an app, or change the subscription plan to a different one? If you use a Mac, you’ll be pleased to know that Apple allows you to manage all subscriptions in one place.

When you choose to subscribe to a service on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac, it’s set to automatically renew on a monthly or yearly basis by default. And if you don’t cancel the subscription, your credit card will be charged by Apple. This is also the…

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Can’t Download Apps to iPhone or iPad? Here’s How to Fix That

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Although downloading and installing apps on to iPhone and iPad devices is typically a seamless experience, you could run into situations where you’re unable to complete the installation or even initiate the app download at all. This could be due to various reasons, ranging from a poor internet connection, to a minor software bug.

If you’re one of those unlucky iOS users who are facing this issue today, don’t worry. In this article, we’ll be walking you through the necessary steps to troubleshoot and fix app downloads on your iPhone and…

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How to Install & Remove Apps on Apple Watch

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Ever wanted to install some new apps onto Apple Watch? Or perhaps you want to delete and remove apps from Apple Watch that you no longer want?

While Apple Watch comes with many great default apps bundled with the device, you can also install and remove third party apps too. So, we’re going to show you how to install apps and how to delete apps too from Apple Watch.

The Apple Watch has come a long way since it was first released in April of 2015. It was an exciting but uncertain start, but the wearable has turned into something that millions of people…

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How to Update Apps on Apple Watch

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Your Apple Watch now has more apps available for it than ever. Those apps are receiving new updates all the time and it’s important to make sure you’re using the latest version available.

You can either set your Apple Watch to automatically download new updates, or check for them manually yourself. We’re going to show you both methods of keeping Apple Watch apps up to date.

While having apps update automatically is the easiest and most convenient way to ensure you’re using the latest versions, there might be times where you would prefer more control…

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How to Create an Apple ID without Credit Card

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Do you want to create an new Apple account without adding a payment method? Although Apple asks for payment information while you create a new Apple ID by default, there’s a nifty trick that you can use to avoid adding any credit card information.

If you’re creating a new Apple account for your kids or other family members to use on their devices, you might not want any sort of payment method to avoid unnecessary charges on your credit card. This workaround can also come in handy for teenagers who don’t own their own credit cards, or for anyone else…

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How to Fix “This app is no longer shared with you” Error on iPhone & iPad

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Some iPhone and iPad users have discovered a curious “This app is no longer shared with you” error message when trying to use some apps own their devices. For some users the error is apparently random, but for others it is showing up after updating apps, or after updating their system software to iOS 13.5, iPadOS 13.5 and iOS 12.4.7.

The error message appears as a pop-up dialog when attempting to use the app, and then trying to use the App Store to correct the problem fails, resulting in an endless loop and an unusable application.

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How to Access “Updates” in App Store for iPhone & iPad from Home Screen

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If you find the new way of updating apps in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 to be too slow or too many steps, there’s a faster way to access the Updates section of the App Store on iPhone and iPad, and you can jump directly to app Updates from the Home Screen.

This article will show you how to access Updates in App Store on iPhone and iPad directly from Home Screen on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 and later.

How to Use “Updates” in App Store on iPhone / iPad with iOS 13 / iPadOS from Home Screen

  1. Locate the App Store application on your iPhone or iPad home screen, then tap…

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Cannot Connect to App Store on iPhone or iPad? Fix & Troubleshoot App Store Connection Issues

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If you’re using the App Store on iPhone or iPad you may occasionally run into an issue where you see an error message upon launching the App Store that says “Cannot Connect to App Store”, rather than the typical App Store options you’d expect to see. This can be frustrating as an inability to connect to the App Store can prevent app downloads, app updates, and all other App Store activities on iPad and iPhone.

This guide will walk through troubleshooting methods to resolve and fix a “Cannot Connect to App Store” iPhone and iPad error message.

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