If you have a group message that you don't want to be a part of anymore, we can help. This guide will show you how to leave a group message or mute alerts for group conversations on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Bluetooth may be the way we get these great wireless keyboards, mice, and AirPods, but sometimes you can run into trouble that a simple device reconnect won't fix. If you're having problems with Bluetooth on macOS Big Sur, here's what you have to do.
You've broken, lost, or don't like the Siri Remote that came with your Apple TV, and Apple is in the process of killing the iOS app. Here's what you can do to replace it, or even give everyone their own remote.
Losing a loved one is hard enough without feeling like Apple is fighting you. Here's what you can about someone's iPhone, their iTunes content, and that Family Sharing you all rely on when a loved one dies.
Regardless of whether you're planning on selling, trading, recycling, or giving your old Apple Watch to someone else, there's a bit of work you'll have to do before you get rid of it, but don't worry — our helpful guide makes the process easy.
When you buy your first-ever iPad, Apple makes it particularly quick and easy to get going. As soon as you get your second, though, then you need to take these certain steps to get the new one working just how you like.
As popular as it is, Chrome causes problems on Macs. If you're having difficulties with your Mac running slowly, Chrome update routines and support libraries may be the culprit — again. Here's how to uninstall it, and remove all the files Google keeps on your drive.
Apple now requires developers to submit certain privacy details so that users can make informed choices. Only, this "nutrition label" kind of detail is not being enforced yet, and it will seemingly always rely on developers being honest.