Category: icloud

  • 9 Things That Suck About Setting Up a New iPhone (and How to Fix Them)

    9 Things That Suck About Setting Up a New iPhone (and How to Fix Them)

    Read full article: at LifeHacker Getting a new iPhone is an exciting thing, especially if you haven’t upgraded in a while. From the initial unboxing, to peeling the stickers off the device, everything about the experience is fun. That is, until you start setting it up, and hit some snags along the way. While many […]

  • Fix “Confirm Mac Password” to Keep Using iCloud in System Settings

    Fix “Confirm Mac Password” to Keep Using iCloud in System Settings

    Go to OSX Daily to read Fix “Confirm Mac Password” to Keep Using iCloud in System Settings Some Mac users have discovered a “Confirm Mac Password” message in System Settings or System Preferences on their Mac, and while it can appear at random, it often shows up soon after installing a system software update. For […]

  • How to Install Unsupported Apps on Older iPhones

    How to Install Unsupported Apps on Older iPhones

    Read full article: at LifeHacker As much as Apple will want you to buy the iPhone 14, your old phone is probably serving you just fine, even if the company doesn’t officially support it anymore. But the bigger problem with aging tech isn’t necessarily the lack of official software support, it’s when third-party developers stop […]

  • How to Sync Desktop and Documents Folder to iCloud on Mac

    How to Sync Desktop and Documents Folder to iCloud on Mac

    Go to OSX Daily to read How to Sync Desktop and Documents Folder to iCloud on Mac Do you want to make sure the files stored on your Mac’s desktop and in the documents folder are accessible from all your Apple devices? You can set this up pretty easily on your Mac with the help […]

  • How to Download iCloud Photos via the Command Line

    How to Download iCloud Photos via the Command Line

    Go to OSX Daily to read How to Download iCloud Photos via the Command Line Ever wanted to download all photos from iCloud Photos using the command line? Thanks to the third party icloud_photos_downloader tool, you can do just that. Called icloudpd for short, it works to access and download photos directly from iCloud using […]

  • How to Create Local Backups of Notes on Mac

    How to Create Local Backups of Notes on Mac

    Go to OSX Daily to read How to Create Local Backups of Notes on Mac The Notes app is popular for keeping bits of data, jotting down information, maintaining lists, storing text, photos, and so much more. It’s completely reasonable to want to create a local backup of notes from the Notes app, but you […]

  • How to Stop Email Trackers on Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac

    How to Stop Email Trackers on Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac

    Read full article: at LifeHacker You might already know that websites and apps track you. It’s so common now we don’t even bat an eye. But did you know the same thing applies to emails as well? Read more… Read full article: at LifeHacker

  • How to Reset and Erase a Locked iPhone Without Connecting to a Mac or PC

    How to Reset and Erase a Locked iPhone Without Connecting to a Mac or PC

    Read full article: at LifeHacker iOS 15.2 is filled with features big and small. Along with features like Digital Legacy and App Privacy Report, comes a feature we’ve been waiting years for; the ability to completely erase and reset a locked iPhone without needing to connect it to a Mac or PC first. Read more… […]

  • How to Pass on Your iPhone Data After You Die

    How to Pass on Your iPhone Data After You Die

    Read full article: at LifeHacker Our digital lives are heavily intertwined with our “real” lives, and Apple is finally starting to acknowledge that. The data that lives in our iCloud accounts is not only important to us, but also to our family members. Now, there’s a way for our loved ones to access our digital […]

  • How to Use iCloud Passwords on Windows PC

    How to Use iCloud Passwords on Windows PC

    Go to OSX Daily to read How to Use iCloud Passwords on Windows PC Most iPhone, iPad, and Mac users rely on the built-in iCloud Keychain feature to securely store and manage their passwords, but if you also have a Windows PC you may be interested to know that you can seamlessly use iCloud Keychain […]