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How to Take a Screenshot on iPhone X, XS and 11

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If you’ve finally upgraded that old iPhone 6 to a brand new iPhone X or 11, you might be wondering how to take a screenshot. Previously, all it took was a simultaneous press of the side button and home button. But with the loss of the home button in the iPhone X redesign in 2017, the button combination has changed. In…

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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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How to Manage Your Kid's Contacts in iOS 13.3

iOS 13.3 is here. While you wait for it to download and install onto your device, you have two options. You can scan through Apple’s list of fixes and changes—which only eat up a fraction of the time it takes to just download iOS 13.3—or you can stick with us, and we’ll show you how to set up the big parental control…

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How to Download and Install Older macOS Versions With Terminal

When it’s time to install a new version of macOS or download a new update, nearly everyone turns to the Mac App Store to start the process. While the App Store makes OS installations easy and relatively painless, it doesn’t always work—and it might be time to turn to Terminal (and a little creativity) instead.

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