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How to Share Your Wifi Password From Any Device

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Every time you have visitors to you home, they probably ask for the wifi password before anything else. You can go the route of the local coffee shop and take the wifi name and password up on the wall, or keep sharing these credentials manually until you have them memorized. Or, you can speed up this process…

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How to Share iCloud Storage with Family on iPhone & iPad

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If you have plenty of unused iCloud storage space, then you may be interested in sharing your allocated space with family or even friends. Thanks to Apple’s Family Sharing feature, it doesn’t cost the other person a penny and you can share your storage right from your iOS and iPadOS devices.

Apple offers 50 GB, 200 GB, and 2 TB storage plans for iCloud which can be used for storing photos, music, backup data, and your settings securely. While the 50 GB allocation may barely be enough for one user, the 200 GB and 2 TB plans could be shared with one or more…

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How to Hide Nudes, Personal Data, and Pictures of Your Ex on an iPhone or iPad

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It’s possible you have a few photos on your iPhone or iPad that you’d rather not stumble upon—or have anyone else stumble upon, such as a picture of your ex, a troubling memory, or other, uh, unmentionables. If you’re not ready to delete or offload them, but you don’t want them seen by the wrong eyes, you can hide

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How to Finally Delete Duplicate iCloud Contacts

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iCloud offers an easy and reliable way to sync your contacts across Apple devices, which is why it remains a popular choice. However, an iCloud bug sometimes leaves you with many—many—duplicate contacts. Something as simple as signing in and out of iCloud can cause a syncing issue that leaves you with thousands of…

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How to Reset a Forgotten iCloud Password from Mac

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Are you a Mac user and you forget your iCloud password, thereby losing access to your Apple ID account? There’s no need to panic, because you can easily reset your iCloud password right from your macOS system within a matter of seconds.


Given the importance of an iCloud / Apple ID account, and how it grants access to all of the Apple ecosystem online, like iCloud, App Store, Music, and more, you’ll want to be sure you have access to your iCloud credentials.

If you’re interested in resetting a forgotten iCloud password from a Mac, then read on. For what…

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How to Reduce Your iCloud Backup Data Size on iPhone / iPad

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Are you running low on your iCloud storage space? If an iCloud backup is too large for the iCloud plan you have, you won’t be able to backup the iPhone or iPad, and this is one of the most common reasons iCloud backups fail. If you’re not planning to upgrade to an iCloud plan with a higher storage limit, you may want to reduce your next backup size to make sure you don’t exceed your limit.

Apple’s iCloud service comes with 5 GB of free storage space, which is not nearly enough for the vast majority of people who own iPhones, iPads, and other Apple…

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How to Scan Documents with Notes App on Mac

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There was once a time when scanning a document required a piece of big, clunky hardware. Those times have thankfully long passed and we can scan things using our iPhones and iPads. But did you know that you can use your Mac to scan things too?

Technically, you’re still using your iPhone or iPad but only as the scanning hardware. The document that you’re scanning will appear in the Notes app on your Mac, ready to be manipulated or saved for posterity. Whatever the reason for your scanning, doing it is way easier than you might think.

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