Posts Tagged ‘Tips’

Here’s a useful little tip for iOS Mail app users. Here’s how to setup the Mail app to show emails with attachments only on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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Here are 10 PlayStation 4 tips and tricks that you as a PS4 user should really know about. Check out the video for a full overview.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to add ‘Unread’ folder in the stock iOS Mail app on iPhone or iPad which puts all of your unread emails from multiple email accounts in one single place.

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This handy little tip shows you how to enable the Mac OS X ‘Save As’ option in both third-party and Apple’s own apps that Cupertino-based company killed off a few years ago.

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Here’s how to turn on LED Flash for Alerts on iPhone for incoming notifications. Enabling it takes just a few taps and once you have, all incoming alerts will be met with a flashing LED on the back of your iPhone. If you leave your iPhone face-down on a table, the flashing LED will certainly catch your attention and it will continue to flash whether your iPhone is in silent mode or not.

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Here’s how to check your MacBook battery charge cycle count and see if it needs a replacement or not.

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Here’s how to stop or cancel a text message on iPhone from being sent and save yourself from that moment of embarrassment.

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Here’s how to upload photos from iPhone to Imgur the easy way and share them with people using different mediums such as Twitter, Facebook etc.

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Here’s how to disable auto open/launch of Photos app on Mac every time an iPhone, iPad or camera is connected.

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Here’s how to fix or remove scratches from Apple Watch stainless steel and make it look shiny and brand new again.

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Here is a guide with best 16 tips on how to save Apple Watch battery life and get the most out of your wearable.

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Here’s how to change default Mac OS X screenshot save location in a few easy steps, allowing you to better manage the clutter of taking screenshots.

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