Apple's introduction of Passkeys means you can authenticate with some apps and services using Face ID or Touch ID instead of remembering a password. This is how you get started.
iOS 16 Tips and Tricks
Apple's iOS 16 makes the iPhone more customizable than ever. This is the ultimate guide on how to make the iPhone a more personal device.
If you keep your website passwords in Safari, there can come a time when you need to use one on another machine, or in another browser. Here's what you can do.
Walking Steadiness is a helpful tool for older folks to know their risk of falling. Here's how to turn on walking steadiness notifications in iOS 16.
Whether you use Apple's own Calendar app or a powerful third-party alternative, you can stay more organized by leveraging multiple calendars. Here's why, when, and how to do it.
As part of Apple's Advance Data Protection features, users can add a physical security key to their Apple ID starting in iOS 16.3. Here's how to do it.
Apple added a few new AI-based selection tools to Photos in iOS 16 and Preview in macOS Ventura that allow you to select a subject of a photo and extract it from the image. Here's how to use them.
Organizing your life means condensing the contacts on your iPhone by weeding out the ones you'll never use again, and merging the copies of the ones you will. Here's how to do it.
Apple's standard data-safety practices, along with its new ultra-secure protection option, come with some risk if you forget your Apple ID password. Here's what to do if that happens.
Scammers have flooded the App Store with fake or buggy ChatGPT apps, but OpenAI has recently launched an official version with capabilities to handle text and speech queries. Here's where to find it.
While once a Twitter checkmark was a verification symbol, now it can mean someone paid for Twitter Blue. Here's how to use Shortcuts to work out if an account is genuine or willing to pay.
The Kansas City Chiefs go up against the Philadelphia Eagles later today in Super Bowl LVII 2023. Here's how to watch it on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.
In participating colleges and universities, students can add IDs to the Wallet app on iPhone and Apple Watch. Here's how to do it.
Twitter has cut off nearly every Twitter client, and most of them are subscription-based apps. The developers are working on dealing with it, but that's going to take time. Here's how to cancel a subscription to Tweetbot or other Twitter clients.
The beloved Dark Sky weather app has been killed by Apple. It will be missed, but there are strong alternatives — including Apple's own.
Two-factor Authentication requires you to use a personal device that isn't the device you're using when you log in to enhance security. Here are the best ones for iOS 16.
Apple's iOS 16 introduced the ability to remove the backgrounds of multiple photos right from your iPhone. Here's how to do it.
Awareness of a loved one's safety is often more important than our own safety, and alerting an emergency contact during a high-stakes situation is invaluable. Here's how to set it up on your iPhone.
Users who have already enabled Advanced Data Protection will have a more complicated device setup process than normal this holiday season, especially for new HomePod and Apple Watch owners. Here's why.
Learn how to start using Apple's Advanced Data Protection feature and what you can expect from Apple's other privacy-related announcements.