Category: iPadOS

How to Move an Unknown Sender to Known Senders in Messages on iPhone

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You may be familiar with the iPhone feature that allows you to filter your Messages inbox to Known and Unknown senders, which is handy if you find yourself getting a lot of messages you do not want from people you do not know. But what if you find someone you do know that has been stuffed into the “Unknown Sender” message inbox on your iPhone?

We’ll show you how you can move someone from the Unknown Sender list, to the Known Sender list on iPhone Messages.

How to Move an Unknown Sender to Known Sender in Messages on iPhone

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iPadOS 16 Supported Devices List

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iPadOS 16 includes some fancy new features like the Freeform collaboration app, new Messages and Mail features, improvements to the Files app, Weather app, and a completely redesigned multitasking experience (this seems like an annual trend), you’d be understandably curious to find out if iPadOS 16 runs on your iPad.

Listed below is the full list of iPad models that support iPadOS 16.

iPadOS 16 Compatible Devices List

  • iPad Pro (all models)
  • iPad Air (3rd generation and later)
  • iPad (5th generation and later)
  • iPad mini (5th generation and later)

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How to Remove a Person from the Sharing Menu on iPhone

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When you go to share a photo, link, or anything else on iPhone, you’ll notice that the iPhone will have a list of suggested contacts to share things with. Often these sharing suggestions are helpful and people you do in fact regularly communicate with, but sometimes someone will appear that you just don’t want to see, share things with, or be reminded of. Maybe it’s your boss, an ex, an unpleasant person, a coworker, or someone else you just don’t want showing up in your suggested sharing menu on your iPhone, so let’s fix that.

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How to Share Location with Family on iPhone & iPad with Family Sharing

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Looking to share your location with your family members to let them know where you are? Tired of having to make phone calls to tell someone how long it’ll take until you get home? In that case, you’ll be pleased to know more about Location Sharing for iPhone and iPad, which allows you (or they) to share location as you move from place to place.

If you use Family Sharing on your iPhone and you have all your family members in your family group, then sharing your location is a whole lot easier. This feature can be used by parents to keep on their children’s…

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How to Install iPadOS 16 Beta on iPad Right now

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iPadOS 16 will bring some significant changes to the iPad, particularly for users that have an iPad with M1 chip. If you’re interested in trying out iPadOS 16 beta right now, you can do so through the developer beta program.

Apple just recently released the first beta of iPadOS 16 to those enrolled in the Apple Developer program, so if you don’t mind running buggier than usual system software on your iPad, you may enjoy taking the plunge and trying out the new beta iPadOS.

iPadOS 16 Beta Requirements

First and foremost, you will need an Apple Developer…

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How to Watch Apple's WWDC 2022

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WWDC 2022 is nearly here. While most of Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference is actually a series of presentations and events for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS developers, most of us are focused on Apple’s main keynote. Here, the company shows off new features and changes coming down the pipeline across its…

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Open Quick Note on iPad with Keyboard Shortcut Globe+Q

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iPad users with a Magic Keyboard, Smart Keyboard, or external keyboard can use a keyboard shortcut to launch Quick Notes on the iPad from anywhere. This may be preferable to some users than using the swipe gesture to use Quick Notes on the iPad.

If you’re familiar with using the fn+Q keyboard shortcut to summon Quick Notes on the Mac, then you’ll find this iPad trick to be familiar and easy, except you use the Globe key and Q key on the iPad.

To open Quick Notes on iPad Pro with Magic Keyboard, hit Globe+Q

The Globe+Q trick also works with all iPad models…

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How to Play Fortnite on iPhone & iPad via Xbox Cloud Gaming

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Want to play Fortnite on your iPhone or iPad again? You can do that for free, thanks to Xbox Cloud Gaming.

Fortnite is one of the most popular online games ever made, but because of the drawn out Epic v Apple legal battle, Fortnite was officially pulled off of the App Store, making the game unavailable to iPhone, iPad, and Mac users. But not anymore, thanks to the magic of cloud gaming.

While playing Fortnite in a browser has been possible for a while with GeForceNow from Nvidia, now a new offering is available from Microsoft that allows users to play Fortnite on…

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Silence an Alarm on Family Members iPhone / iPad

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Have you ever been in the situation where someone set an alarm on their iPhone or iPad and it is blaring away, but perhaps they aren’t nearby to turn it off, or maybe you want to let them continue sleeping or something similar?

If you use Family Sharing, you’ll be happy to know that you can silence a family members alarm on their device, with just a simple Siri command from your iPhone or iPad. You don’t even need to touch their device.


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Center a Notes Window in Split View on iPad

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If you regularly use split screen mode on iPad to view two apps side-by-side, and one of those apps is Notes, you may appreciate this little trick that allows you to center a Notes window, hovered above the split view.

To use this trick, you must have the Notes app open as one of the split screen view apps. The rest is super simple once you learn how it works.

How to Open a Centered Note in Split Screen View on iPad

  1. From Split Screen View with Notes app, tap and hold on the note you want to center on screen
  2. Choose “Open in New Window”
  3. Open a Center Note on iPad Split Screen View

  4. The note will…

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