How to use Safety Check on your iPhone | Apple Support

Use Safety Check to disconnect your iPhone from people, apps, and devices you no longer want to be connected to. Visit our Personal Safety User Guide at https://apple.co/safety.

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12 Ultra Useful Touch ID Tricks for Mac

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Touch ID for Mac is super useful, and now that basically all modern Mac laptops have Touch ID sensors on their keyboards, and the new Magic Keyboards for Mac have Touch ID, you’re almost certain to encounter the biometric authenticator when using a Mac.

We’ll review some handy and interesting Touch ID tricks for the Mac, ranging from improving Touch ID response, to alternate biometric authentication options (including a few super unique options you almost certainly haven’t considered), to faster sudo usage with Touch ID, to making purchases and autofill…

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Building Video Titles Using Mac Keynote

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https://macmost.com/e-2795 Instead of using the limited title options in iMovie, you can build almost anything you want in Keynote as a presentation. Use text, transitions, builds and animations to make your title sequence. Then export as a video to use in iMovie over a background.

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00:00 Intro
00:52 Presentation Setup
01:18 Adding Text
02:13 Using Slide Transitions
03:37 Using Build In and Out
05:30 Fade and Scale
07:06 Trace Effect
08:08 Keyboard Effect
08:50 Move In and Out
09:37 Scrolling End Credits
12:04 Exporting As Video
13:16 Using In iMovie

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How to Set Messages to Automatically Delete on iPhone or iPad

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Do you want all of your Messages to automatically delete themselves after a specified time period from your iPhone or iPad? You can configure a Messages History setting that will allow for the automatic removal of message conversations after a chosen period of time.

This auto-delete Messages setting is perhaps most useful as a storage saving mechanism and should not really be considered a privacy setting for a variety of reasons, and it has some obvious downsides too, mainly that you could potentially forever lose some great memories, conversations, chat…

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Using Mac Mail Conversation Features

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https://macmost.com/e-2794 In Mac Mail you can group messages together by conversation. This can make it easier to see your messages, stop quoted text clutter, and allow you to mute active conversations when you don’t need to participate.

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02:08 With Conversations
03:49 Viewing Options
04:50 Related Messages
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07:12 Temporarily Show As a Conversation
07:40 Mute a Conversation
08:34 Easy To Try

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Tweeten is the Best TweetDeck Alternative for Mac

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If you’re a Twitter power user and you long for the features of the now defunct TweetDeck, you’ll be happy to know there’s an excellent free alternative to TweetDeck available, called Tweeten.


You’ll immediately be familiar with the Tweeten interface, because it looks basically just like TweetDeck.

Obviously we’re Mac-centric here, but Tweeten is actually available for Windows as well as MacOS, and through the Chrome store, so even if you’re not a Mac user you can still appreciate the TweetDeck clone experience with Tweeten.

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10 Common iPhone Issues and How to Fix Them

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Experiencing problems after updating to iOS 16 on an iPhone happens for some users, and while it’s annoying, the good news is they’re usually easy to resolve.

From battery issues, to the feeling that an iPhone is hotter than normal, to sluggish performance, problems with installing the update itself, wi-fi issues, apps crashing, and other misbehaviors, every iOS update sometimes has hiccups for a select group of users. Read along and let’s troubleshoot these issues so that you’ll be using your iPhone as intended in no time.


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How to customize the Action button on Apple Watch Ultra | Apple Support

You can customize the Action button on your Apple Watch Ultra to start your favorite workout, create a Compass Waypoint, turn on the flashlight, and more. Here’s how it works.

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How to Streamline Your iPhone 14 Pro’s Always-On Display

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With the 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, Apple has finally brought an always-on display (AOD) to the iPhone. Android devices had the feature for years ago and Apple has been producing compatible OLED displays for almost as long, yet only now are we able to keep our iPhone displays illuminated 27/7. Huzzah! Except the execution…

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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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