Category: iPadOS

How to See a Wi-Fi Password on iPhone

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Need to view a wi-fi network password right on your iPhone? You can now do that, and it’s super easy thanks to the latest iOS update.

A common occurrence is joining a wi-fi network with a complex password, and then needing to relay that wi-fi network password to someone else, or to another one of your devices. For whatever reason, Apple did not implement the ability to view a wi-fi password after it had been entered until iOS 16. Now you can easily see and view wi-fi passwords that are you used on your device.

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How to Save Images from Safari to iPhone & iPad

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Have you ever wondered how you can save pictures from webpages in Safari to your iPhone or iPad so they show up in the Photos app? It’s very easy, but that’s no consolation if you’re unfamiliar with how it works. Fortunately within a moment or two, you’ll have this method down, and you’ll be able to save any picture from the web to your device in no time.

Saving images from Safari to the iPhone or iPad is super easy, but like many features in the world of iPhone and iPad, it’s hidden behind gestures and actions that may be unfamiliar to you if…

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How to Change the Font of a Webpage in Safari on iPhone & iPad

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Have you ever wanted to customize the font seen on a webpage? Maybe you have a preferred font that you want to see while you’re reading, or the font on a particular webpage is difficult to read? In that case, you’ll be excited to know that you can now do this on your iPhone or iPad, without having to use a third-party web browser.

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with the default font that’s used by Safari for displaying text, but we live in a time where users like to customize and make their devices stand out from others. Fortunately, the built-in…

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Remove Dictation Button from Safari Address Bar on iPhone & iPad

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You may have noticed a microphone button in the address bar of Safari on iPhone or iPad, and when the microphone icon is tapped it will activate dictation, turning your voice into text.

Many users may accidentally tap on the microphone dictation button in Safari on iPhone or iPad, and thus may want to disable and remove the dictation button from Safari on their device.

It turns out that removing the microphone button in the Safari search bar is not as simple as you may hope it to be however, because by doing so you also have to disable Siri and the dictation…

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How to Access Reader Mode in Safari on iPhone & iPad

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Reader Mode in Safari is a fantastic feature for Safari on iPhone and iPad that lets you more easily read just about any web page, and works particularly great on longer articles or pages with a lot of clutter.

Basically Reader mode will strip away any and all other page content except for the article text, so whatever you’re reading is very clearly the focus, without any distractions.

If you’re unfamiliar with Reader mode in Safari for iPhone and iPad, you should acquaint yourself with this handy feature, and the first start to doing that is by learning…

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How to Unsubscribe from Public Calendars on iPhone, iPad, & Mac

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Are you subscribed to multiple public calendars to follow holidays and other important events? If you change your mind and you no longer wish to see these calendar events, you’ll need to unsubscribe from the calendar.

Apple’s stock Calendar app not only allows you to make a calendar public but also subscribe to various public calendars that are created by other users. Public Calendars are typically used to send out promotional information or public event details that a lot of people may be interested in. Users can subscribe to calendars from other platforms…

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How to Use Reading View in Apple Pages, Numbers, and Keynote

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Whether you’re using Apple Pages, Numbers, or Keynote applications, you may want to hide the editing tools as you review a document, and you can do this thanks to a handy reading view feature available in each of the Apple iWork suite apps.

Apple’s Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps work in a very similar way since they’re all part of the iWork productivity suite that’s available for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices. When you’re accessing files from these apps on your iPhone or iPad, it’s pretty easy to accidentally edit the document because of the small…

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How to View Hidden Mailboxes on iPhone & iPad

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The Apple Mail app offers different mailboxes that are not visible by default, and depending on which email provider you use, you’ll have different options. Some of the optional hidden mailboxes include Flagged, Unread, VIP, To or CC, Attachments, Thread Notifications, Today, Muted Threads, All Drafts, and more.

You’ve probably noticed that the Apple Mail app lists out a few mailboxes that most users would normally use or need, like Unread, All Sent, All Trash, All Archive, and of course each individual inbox for email accounts. The additional mailboxes that…

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How to Leave the iOS 16 Beta Testing Program

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Are you in the iOS 16 or iPadOS 16 beta testing programs and want to stop getting beta updates? Whether you’re in the public beta or developer beta, you can leave the iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 beta programs at any time by removing the beta profile from your device.

Generally there’s not a lot of reason to remove the beta profile if you’re in the middle of the beta testing period, but some users may have installed just the beta profile and not the system software itself, and now want to remove it.

Note that by leaving the beta program you will stop receiving beta…

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How to Change the Cursor Tracking Speed on iPad

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The iPad allows you to easily adjust the cursor tracking speed, whether you’re using a trackpad or a mouse with the iPad.

For some users, the default iPad cursor tracking speed may be too fast, and for others it may be too slow. Fortunately, there’s a wide variety of adjustment available, and you can make the mouse pointer move as fast or as slow as you’d like.

How to Change the Cursor / Pointer Tracking Speed on iPad

Changing how quickly the cursor moves around on screen is simple:

  1. Open Settings app on the iPad
  2. Go to “General” and then choose…

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