Category: iPadOS

How to Setup, Host, & Join a Zoom Meeting on iPhone & iPad

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Zoom is a video conferencing solution that allows people to easily setup, host, and join video chats for remote meetings, work, or even just social events.

If you are an iPhone or iPad user and also one of the countless people who are currently working from home during this COVID-19 lockdown period, you’ll be pleased to know that Zoom makes video conferencing quite easy. And even without the COVID-19 outbreak, using Zoom for group video conferences and work-related meetings is easy and convenient.

There are several video conferencing applications that are…

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How to Enable AirPods Pro Noise Cancellation with Just One Earbud

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Did you know you can use the AirPods Pro Active Noise Cancellation feature even if you only have one of the earbuds in? Indeed you can use ANC on a single earbud. This is a great feature if you use a single AirPods Pro earbud for phone calls, conversations, podcasts, or listening to audio. If you didn’t know about this feature, that’s not too surprising because it’s not the most obvious AirPods Pro feature to reveal itself.

In this article, we’ll show you how to enable Active Noise Cancellation on a single earbud of AirPods Pro.

To enable ANC on a…

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How to Copy & Paste on iPhone & iPad with Gestures (iOS 13)

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Want to copy and paste on iPhone or iPad using gestures? The latest releases of iOS and iPadOS offer new gestures for manipulating data including new approaches for copying and pasting data, and they’re pretty simple to use once you learn what the copy gesture and paste gesture is for the newest iPhone and iPad models.

Interested in trying out these new copy and paste gestures on your Apple devices to save some of your time? In this walkthrough, we’ll be discussing how you can copy and paste on iPhone & iPad with gestures rather than the tap and hold or

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How to Use iCloud Keychain on iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to store all your online account information, logins, and passwords in one place? You might be interested in trying out iCloud Keychain, a handy password management tool that’s baked into iOS, iPadOS, and MacOS devices, and that automatically syncs that login keychain data between your other iPhone, iPad, and Mac hardware too.

There are plenty of password managers that you can download and install from the App Store today. However, iOS users don’t necessarily need to rely on such apps, as the built-in Keychain feature is fully capable of securely…

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How to Change Playback Quality and Save Data on Apple TV+

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You can change the playback video quality of Apple TV+, offering a simple way to save bandwidth and data use when streaming from the video service.

Apple marked its entry into the streaming space by launching their Apple TV+ video on-demand streaming service, in order to compete against the likes of Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime, HBO, Hulu, and the seemingly endless other myriad other video and content providers out there. The company followed an aggressive launch strategy by offering really competitive pricing in addition to a year’s worth of free access…

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How to Set Time Limits on iPhone & iPad Apps with Screen Time

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Want to set a time limit for app usage on iPhone or iPad? Screen Time lets you do just that.

At a time where we all perhaps use our iPhones a little too much, knowing exactly how long we spend with it in our hand can be useful. Knowing which apps we use most can inform our decisions around usage habits, too. But if all that fails simply setting a time limit might be the only way to go. Apple makes it easy to do exactly that by setting time limits on specific apps and how long they can be used for on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Setting an app time limit is a…

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How to Add Photos to a New Photos Album on iPhone & iPad with iOS 13

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Many of us take hundreds or even thousands of pictures on our iPhones and iPads over the course of a year. All of these photos are mixed along with all other saved images too, including screenshots, images you download from the internet, and pictures you receive from social networks, all in the primary camera roll photos album. This can make it difficult to find a specific picture within the stock Photos app. This is why organizing your pictures with albums is key when it comes to being able to quickly access the photos you want to.

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How to See Your Recently Played Songs in Apple Music

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Would you like to see a generated playlist of songs you’ve recently played and listened to on Apple Music? You can do that easily from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This goes beyond just browsing your Apple Music listening history, as you’ll get a playlist generated just for recently played songs.

If you’re an iPhone or iPad user the chances are good that you use the default Music app for listening to your songs. There’s also a pretty good chance that you’ve perhaps subscribed to Apple Music streaming service. Given how well the service integrates…

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How to Transfer Photos from Windows PC to iPhone or iPad

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Do you want to transfer photos that are stored on your Windows computer to an iPhone or iPad? Many of us capture some memorable photos using a professional camera and store them on the computer for later use, but if you want to access them on your mobile device, you’ll need to first move them to your iPhone or iPad using iTunes for Windows.

Apple’s iTunes is a media and device management software that’s used to sync content with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch using a wired or wireless connection. It’s something PC Apple users have gotten accustomed to over…

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How to Add Nicknames to Contacts on iPhone

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Want to add and use nicknames for iPhone contacts? Many people use and go by nicknames that are perhaps different from their legal name, and adding those nicknames to iPhone contacts can be a helpful way to keep your address book in order, whether it’s friends, coworkers, service workers, or family members. You can even use nicknames for grandparents, parents, and relatives so that you can preserve their full real names separately from just a simple “Mom” or “Dad” too.

Thankfully setting up a nickname for a contact isn’t a big job, but you’ll need…

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