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How to Delete Your Apple Pay Information Remotely If Your Device Is Stolen

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On New Year’s Day 2021, a burglar broke into my house, trashed the place, and made off with several items. One of them was my iPad Pro, which could have given the thief access to my Apple Pay information if they managed to get past the lock screen. Fortunately, Apple makes it easy to remotely remove your payment…

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How to Change Apple ID Profile Picture on Mac

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Want to set a new profile picture for the Apple account you use on your Mac? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s pretty simple to switch your Apple ID profile picture from macOS, and all you need is a few seconds.

If you haven’t set a profile picture for your Apple ID before, you might have had enough of seeing the default icon. Or perhaps, you just feel like switching to a newer and better picture. No matter what your reason is, you can use any picture that’s stored on your Mac as your Apple ID profile photo. It’s worth noting that this…

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How to Quickly Scan Documents on Your Mac With Your iPhone

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I don’t use my Mac and my iPhone together as much as I should; I generally tend to complete tasks on one or the other, rather than handing off my work between the two platforms. I might change this up, though, now that I see how easy it is to trigger my iPhone’s document-scanning capabilities from my Mac.

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How to Backup Your Apple Watch

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Your Apple Watches contain all kinds of information that you probably don’t want to lose, so backing it up is important. Your contacts, health data, and more are all stored on your Apple Watch and the health data, in particular, is all absolutely something you can’t replace should it go missing. That’s why backing everything up is vital.

But we have good news, your Apple Watch is easy to backup, yet you can’t manually back up your Apple Watch! Wait, that’s bad news isn’t it? No – let us explain.


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How to Subscribe to Apple One from iPhone & iPad

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Are you subscribed to multiple Apple services like iCloud, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and more? In that case, you’ll certainly want to check out the new Apple One subscription bundle, as it will likely save you some cash. Plus by rolling all of the Apple subscriptions into one, you may find it easier to manage.

Apple One is the company’s latest attempt to push their first-party services to the users. It’s a subscription bundle that combines all major Apple services and puts it under one monthly payment. Subscribing to Apple One rather than…

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How to Recover Deleted Photos and Videos on iCloud.com

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Did you accidentally delete some of your photos or videos from your iPhone or iPad? As long as you use iCloud and the photos were deleted in the last 30 days, you can easily recover the deleted images on Apple’s iCloud website from any device that has a web browser.

Apple’s iCloud is baked into iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices to provide a seamless cloud storage experience. If you take advantage of iCloud to store your photos, videos and other data securely on Apple’s cloud servers, all the changes you make on one of your Apple devices are automatically…

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How to Move Notes on iPhone & iPad from iCloud to Device, & Vice Versa

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Do you use the stock Notes app on your iPhone or iPad to take down notes, make to-do lists, and store other valuable information? In that case, you may want to learn how you can move your Notes from your device to iCloud, and vice-versa.

Notes that are created using Apple’s Notes app for iPhone and iPad can be stored either on-device or on iCloud. The latter comes in handy especially if you own multiple Apple devices and you want to access your notes no matter which device you use. This doesn’t mean all of your notes are stored on iCloud. If you launch the…

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How to Find a Lost iPhone, iPad, Mac with iCloud

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Did one of your Apple devices go missing? Don’t start panicking, because you can use Apple’s Find My service to quickly locate your lost or stolen iPhone, iPad, Mac, and even AirPods within a matter of seconds.

Apple’s Find My app has been available for years now, and it’s accessible across iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices. It allows users to conveniently track the last recorded location of their Apple devices and help them retrieve their lost or stolen iPhones, iPads and MacBooks. Since many of us own a single Apple device like an iPhone, you might be…

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How to Use iCloud Drive File Sharing in macOS

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Mac users can use iCloud Drive file sharing to easily share files and folders from iCloud Drive with other people. This cloud sharing capability also exists on iPhone and iPad, and it works similar to how Dropbox and Google Drive function, allowing for easy collaboration and sharing of files and documents easily.


The ability to use iCloud Drive file sharing in macOS requires a modern version of system software, specifically anything beyond MacOS Catalina 10.15.4 or later including Big Sur, as earlier versions do not support the feature.

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How to Use iCloud File Sharing on iPhone & iPad

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Ever wanted to share a file from iCloud from your iPhone or iPad? Maybe you want to collaborate with other people on your iCloud files, folders, and other documents? With iCloud Drive, it’s fairly simple to share files and to invite others to view or edit your files right on your iPhone or iPad.

With iCloud file sharing, you’re not sending the file itself, but rather sending them a link to access the file. This allows users to make any changes to the file or folder, as long as they have the permissions. The ability to share files using iCloud for…

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