KERF wooden iPhone 13 cases review: The most eco-friendly choice!

It’s essential to have a good protective case for your iPhone. But most cases are made of environmentally harmful materials like plastics and leather, causing pollution and wastage. The great news is that you can be more eco-friendly with KERF wooden cases for iPhone 13, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, and 13 mini (as well as other devices).

How to Change Menu Bar Size in MacOS

Do you find the menu bar items on your Mac’s display to be too small or difficult to read? If you’d like to make the menu bar size larger (or smaller), you can change the menubar size, which impacts the size of the fonts in the menu bar on the Mac.

How to Enter & Exit DFU Mode on M1 iPad Pro (2021 Model)

DFU mode is a lower-level restoration state that’s utilized by advanced users to troubleshoot serious software issues. It’s something that can be used across all iPhone and iPad models, but the technique to enter the DFU mode varies on the newer iPad Pro models due to the hardware involved.

How to Use Spotify Web Player with New Safari on Mac

Spotify has grown to become one of the largest music streaming platforms with over 365 million monthly active users including 165 million paying subscribers. As a popular music streaming service with over 70 million tracks accessible on phones, tablets, and computers, Spotify has undeniably become the favorite platform for music lovers around the world.

How To Transfer Applications To New Mac Without Migration Assistant

Buying a new Mac is always exciting but there will be some admin jobs that need to be done before you can enjoy it. One of these things is transferring all of your files, apps, and data from your old Mac to your new Mac. Luckily, Apple makes this incredibly easy through the use of Migration Assistant, a free app that helps transfer your precious information over. However, there may be instances where the Migration Assistant app doesn’t work on one of your Macs and you’re left scratching your head as to what to do next.

Best wallet cases for iPhone 13 mini in 2021

Even before the introduction of the new iPhone 13 lineup, its cases started surfacing globally. However, with the introduction of MagSafe, a new set of cases called wallet cases were out. These are designed to let you carry cash and documents along with your iPhone.

How to Install WordPress Locally on macOS Monterey

Local hosting gives more control and flexibility. It saves cost and allows you to learn new skills to efficiently set up your site. If you plan on setting up a WordPress website, it may be advantageous to host your site locally than to avail of the services of a hosting provider.

15 Best iCloud tips and tricks

iCloud is the wireless glue that connects all of your Apple devices and services. Besides storing your documents and device backups, it’s also responsible for syncing your device data, sharing your purchases with family, and so much more.

25 Best iOS 15 hidden features to try on your iPhone

Apple announced iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 with a lot of features at the WWDC 2021 event. The new iOS update brings so much more to the table, including improvements to core apps like FaceTime and Messages, offline Siri, and more. But that isn’t all! There are a lot of hidden features in iOS 15 that Apple didn’t showcase at the keynote.

How to Install Python on Mac

Python is a general-purpose interpreted, object-oriented, interactive, and high-level programming language. It was created by Guido van Rossum in the late 1980s and first released in 1991. Python 2.0 was released in 2000, introducing new features including a garbage collection system and list comprehensions. In 2008, Python 3.0 was released and was completely backward-incompatible. However, many of the important features have been backported and are compatible with version 2.7.

How to factory reset a MacBook or any Mac

Even though Apple Macs are one of the most reliable laptops on the planet — it won’t require a reset until you sell your Mac — but some issues can still come up. In these cases, resetting or erasing your Mac can be the best solution. And just like erasing an iPhone is easy, you can factory reset your Mac in just a couple of steps.

How to silence your Apple Watch: 4 Not-so-secret ways

I love keeping up with calls, messages, and other notifications on my Apple Watch. But there are many instances when I need to silence my watch, like during meetings, while sleeping, etc. There are a few different options to help mute your Apple Watch.

What is Other Storage on Mac

When checking your Mac’s storage usage, you may discover that the ‘Other Storage’ category is taking up quite a lot of space on your drive. In this article, we will explain what this mysterious storage space is, where it’s located and how to clear Other on a Mac.

How to Share URL or Clipboard with QR Code on Mac

When you need to share page URLs and content on your Clipboard without revealing the actual content to others, you can do it with QR codes. A QR code can be created which when scanned can give the recipient access to the desired information you wish to share with them. By making use of QR codes, you do not need to fully disclose the information you’re sharing with the receiver and give them the ability to access it when they scan a code.

Best macOS 12 Monterey hidden features to try on your Mac

macOS Monterey is a breath of fresh air. Along with new features like Universal Control, SharePlay, Quick Notes, and Facetime links, Apple has secretly added tweaks and subtle changes throughout the new update to make the operating system even better.

MacBook camera not working? Try these 11 fixes

If your camera is not working on MacBook or is unavailable, it hinders your ability to FaceTime, connect with colleagues over video calls, and beyond. Thankfully, if it is not a hardware issue, you can most likely fix it on your own.

How to Write NTFS Drives on macOS Monterey

The name of the latest macOS, ‘Monterey’, comes from Monterey Bay. Apple is continuing its trend of naming its macOS releases after the terrain features in California. There are a lot of new features that come with the new operating system. Some of them are really exciting and useful for Mac users. Apple has really tried to impress a lot of users with the new features.

Tips to use Notes on iPhone like a pro! (iOS 15 updated)

The App Store is full of excellent third-party note apps. But if you are like me, you would prefer the inbuilt Apple Notes app on the iPhone and iPad. It has come a long way from being a dumping ground for my random musings to being a go-to for almost everything from formatting the text to sketching and collaborating with other people.

Thunderbolt adapter guide: How to connect anything to a USB-C Mac

A new MacBook Pro comes with either two or four external ports, depending on the model you pick. A new MacBook Air has a pair of ports. But those MacBook ports are only of one type: Thunderbolt, which is compatible with USB-C. A 24-inch iMac comes with two Thunderbolt/USB 4 ports; some models also include two USB-C ports. You probably have devices that use USB-A, Thunderbolt 1, Thunderbolt 2, DisplayPort, HDMI, or something else. How do you connect these devices? With an adapter.

How to use Password Manager with 2FA Authentication on macOS Monterey

As technology becomes an integral part of our lives, we are starting to store a lot of information about ourselves digitally. However, it is important to know that with so many integrations and places where we have shared our personal details, a leak in one area can crumble our digital empire. While it is essential to use unique passwords for every service you use, it is more important to add extra security.

How to use Safari extensions in iOS 15 on iPhone and iPad

Browser extensions can save time, energy, and sometimes money. However, they offered limited support on the iPhone as compared to the Mac or PC. With the latest iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, Apple allows third-party Safari extensions to iPhone and iPad for the first time.