How to Use Remind Me When Messaging on iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to be reminded about something when you’re messaging someone on iPhone or iPad? Perhaps you want to have a reminder that comes up when you’re texting a friend, colleague, or family member. That’s easy to do, thanks to a nifty feature that was introduced in the latest versions of iOS and iPadOS. With this capability, your iPhone and iPad will alert you of what you wish to be reminded about when interacting with a particular person, so you don’t have to worry about forgetting what’s important.

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MacOS Big Sur Compatibility & Supported Macs List

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MacOS Big Sur is coming in the fall of 2020 with a big visual redesign and a variety of new features. You might be wondering if your Mac is able to run macOS Big Sur, or macOS 11 (or macOS 10.16 according to the beta installer), so with that in mind we’re going to share a list of Macs capable of running Big Sur.

Apple has a pretty good track record of providing software updates and support to their devices for years, but naturally not all Macs will officially support macOS 11 Big Sur. Whether you own a MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook, iMac, Mac mini, or Mac…

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How to Fix Your iPhone When an iOS Update Causes Issues

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Whether you’ve bit the bullet and installed a brand-new iOS beta on your iPhone or you’re updating to a new public release of iOS, the process usually goes swimmingly. When it doesn’t, however, the anxiety kicks in: How the heck do you fix an iPhone that almost works perfectly, save for some new, fatal flaw?

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Apple’s Giving Away Free Money Again

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Apple is offering a 10% bonus when you add money to your Apple ID. You can add as much as $200 and earn up to $20 extra when you add the funds to your Apple account. This promotion is a one-time-use offer and is available only for a limited time.

How to Add Funds on an iOS Device

You can add funds to your Apple ID using the same payment information you use for the App Store and iTunes.

  1. On an iPad, iPhone, or iPad touch, open the App Store app.
  2. Tap on your profile picture or the sign-in button at the top of the…

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How to Delete Duplicate Contacts from iPhone

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Do you want to remove all duplicate contacts off your iPhone? Well, there is more than one way to get this done. You could either manually go through your contacts list and delete them, or simply choose to merge the contacts.

Duplicate contacts might be an issue for some users if you take advantage of iCloud to sync your contacts with Apple’s cloud servers. Also, if you add third party accounts like Google, Outlook, etc, to your iPhone, your contact details might overlap since you’re using multiple services to store your Contacts. And duplicate contacts…

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iPad Models Supporting iPadOS 14

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iPadOS 14 is coming to iPad with new features and capabilities. But like most software updates, your iPad needs to meet certain hardware specifications to be able to run the latest iPadOS, and accordingly, not all iPad models will be supported.

Since there are many different iPad devices, compatibility can be confusing. To make it easy, we’ve compiled a list of all iPads that will be supported and capable of running iPadOS 14 when it comes out. If have a fairly new iPad or you’ve purchased an iPad in the past few years, you should likely be good to go. And…

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How to Disable Safari Link Previews on iPhone & iPad to See URLs

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Tired of those web page previews that pop up in Safari, whenever you’re trying to grab a link or open it in a new tab? You’re not alone, but these link previews can be easily disabled within Safari on iPhone and iPad.

Safari is the default web browser that comes pre-installed on both the iPhone and iPad. Therefore, it’s also the most popular browser across all iOS and iPadOS devices. The link preview feature in Safari is nice to have, especially when you want to take a quick peek at the web page without leaving the current page. However, this makes it…

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Which iPhone Models Support iOS 14

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iOS 14 will be available in the fall for compatible iPhone and iPod touch models. Of course, this leads many users to wonder if their iPhone will support iOS 14 when it comes out.

To make this easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of all iPhones that will be capable of running iOS 14 when it comes out. The list is fairly inclusive, so if you’ve purchased an iPhone in the past few years, you should be good to go. In addition to all the iPhones, there’s also one iPod Touch model that supports iOS 14, if you still have one of those lying around. And of…

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How to Enable Facebook's New Dark Mode on iPhone

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Facebook’s iOS app is finally getting an official dark mode. Just like the dark modes in Facebook’s other apps—Messenger, Instagram and Whatsapp—turning on dark mode swaps the iOS app’s default white and blue interface with a black and grey theme. And it looks great, and should please those of you who haven’t already…

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How to Create a New Partition in macOS

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Want to create a new partition on a Mac hard disk? Then read on!

As both internal and external storage solutions continue to grow in capacity, the time might come where you want an easy way to split them into multiple partitions. Any partition you create will appear as a different drive on your Mac, both on the Desktop and in Finder. While it’s the same physical device as other partitions on the same drive, macOS and your apps will treat it as a separate one.

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