Apple's NameDrop feature in iOS 17 makes it easy to share contact details, but it does also come with safeguards to protect you from harassment.
You can already tag people and places in the Photos app, but now, you can do the same with your cats and dogs. Here is how to tag them in iOS 17.
Trying to give everyone a turn picking the music on a car ride can be a nightmare. Fortunately, in iOS 17, anyone in the car can control the music from their device with the help of SharePlay, and here's how to do it.
Apple hasn't radically changed how Stage Manager works in iPadOS 17, but it has made improvements that could be what it takes to make you use it more. Here's how to use it.
Even though Double Tap was highlighted as a flagship feature of the Apple Watch Series 9, here's how you can use it on your existing Apple Watch — with no hardware upgrade necessary.
Just as it did for iOS 16, Apple has again taken the opportunity to tweak Spotlight to bring it small but perfectly formed additions for iOS 17. Here's how to use it.
It won't necessarily stop all gaps between tracks if your internet connection is not top-notch, but a new feature in Apple Music aims to let you crossfade your songs. Here's how to use it.
Double Tap is a feature coming to Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 in watchOS 10.1. Here's how to set it up, what you can do, and how you can customize it.
Sometimes you want to quickly crop an image without jumping through multiple hoops to do so. In iOS 17, cropping images has become a lot faster. Here's how to do it.