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How to Watch Apple's WWDC 2021 Keynote Presentation, and What to Expect

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Next week, Apple will again hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event. Like last year, WWDC 2021 is online-only due to the ongoing pandemic, but you can still expect the tech super-giant to make some big announcements, including our first good looks at iOS 15, macOS 12, and—if the rumors are to be…

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iOS 14.6 Battery Life Draining Issues? 8 Tips to Help

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Some iPhone and iPad users have reported that battery life is suffering after updating to iOS 14.6 on their device.

Battery draining issues are reported after virtually every system software update, and often issues with battery life are simply the natural result of installing a software update and the associated tasks that go on in the background after that update is installed.

Nonetheless sometimes there are bigger issues, bugs, or other quirks that can cause battery draining problems and reduced battery life of iPhone after installing an iOS software…

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How to Stream Games to Twitch from iPhone & iPad

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Are you interested in live streaming the games that you play on your iPhone or iPad to an audience through Twitch? If so, you can go live within a matter of seconds and broadcast your gaming stream to Twitch right from iPhone or iPad.

If you’re a regular user of the Twitch app for iOS or ipadOS, you probably already know there’s a LIVE button that lets you stream content from your iPhone’s camera. While this is nice to have, what many gamers really wanted was the ability to simply broadcast their gaming sessions and stream them to Twitch. After years of…

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How to Turn Off Read Receipts in WhatsApp on iPhone

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If you use WhatsApp to text your friends, family members, and colleagues, you might already be aware of the blue tick that indicates if your message has been read or not. But, did you know you can turn the read receipts feature off to stop people from being informed if you’ve read their messages on WhatsApp too?

For people who’re new to the platform or who aren’t aware, WhatsApp has a total of three indicators to inform you regarding the status of text messages you send. A single tick indicates that your message has been sent to WhatsApp’s servers. A…

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How to Download a Copy of Your Twitter Data

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Twitter may not have the massive user base that Facebook has, but it’s still one of the most popular social networking platforms out there. If you ever wanted to see all the data that you’ve shared with Twitter since you created your account, you can do it right from your iPhone or iPad.

In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook data leak that occurred in early 2018, social media companies like Twitter have changed their privacy practices to provide users with insight into the type of information stored for their accounts. The kind of data that…

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How to Set Firefox as Default Browser on iPhone & iPad

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If you’re one of the iPhone or iPad users who use Firefox to browse the web instead of Safari or Chrome, you’ll be excited to know that you can now set it as the default web browser on your device.

Thanks to the latest versions of iOS and iPadOS, Apple has given users the option to set third-party apps as default apps on their iPhones and iPads, including the ability to change default web browsers and default email clients. Prior to this, if you had clicked a link in any app it would open the webpage in Safari rather than the browser you might rather use,…

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How to Remove Audio from Video with iMovie on iPhone & iPad

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Want to remove the audio track from a video using iPhone or iPad? Maybe the video you captured has too much background noise, or an unwanted conversation, or playing music that you’d like to remove. Or maybe you added background music that you now would rather not have in place, or maybe you just want to mute a video clip before you share it online. Whatever the case, you can easily remove audio from the video clip using iMovie for iOS and iPadOS.

iMovie offers more advanced video editing features than what’s available in the basic integrated Photos app….

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How to Set iPhone to Erase Automatically After Failed Passcode Attempts

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Are you worried about someone breaking into your iPhone by guessing passcodes? Or perhaps you’re worried that if you lost your iPhone, someone could eventually guess the passcode and access your data? In that case, you may want to learn how you can set your iPhone to automatically erase all its data after multiple failed passcode attempts.

Typically, when someone enters the wrong passcode five times in a row, the iPhone automatically locks you out for 1 minute. After a minute, you’ll be able to attempt entering the passcode again. If you keep getting the…

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How to Set a GIF as Wallpaper on iPhone & iPad

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Did you know that you can set a GIF as your iPhone or iPad wallpaper that animates with a press? Sure, Apple doesn’t make it possible for you to use them as they are, but you can make use of a workaround to enjoy your favorite animated GIF right on your iPhone lock screen.

The workaround that we’re about to discuss here involves a feature that has been available on iPhones and iPads for years now. We’re talking about Live Photos, and some of you may already know how Apple allows you to set Live Photos as wallpapers that animate on the lock screen. The…

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