If you’re not a fan of the new inline text predictions on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, you can easily turn them off and get back to typing only the words you want to appear.
Have you wanted to put Zoom meetings on a large-screen TV? You can now do that with tvOS 17 and the new Zoom app for Apple TV. It takes some getting used to due to the lack of a keyboard and any way to follow links, but it does work.
If you’ve ever experienced a weird situation where sound on a FaceTime Audio call moves back and forth between your AirPods, it’s because of spatial audio’s dynamic head tracking. Learn how to turn it off.
In iOS 17.3, Apple has introduced Stolen Device Protection to discourage iPhone thefts enabled by a revealed passcode. It requires additional biometric authentication, and we recommend that everyone who uses Face ID or Touch ID enable it.
Do you frequently use the internal search engine on a website? You can now search that site faster using Safari’s Quick Website Search feature, which automatically learns which sites you search.
Are you disillusioned by Google due to its search quality or how it tracks your activity to serve targeted ads? Consider other search engines that promise to protect your privacy and provide independent search results.
Are you switching from an iPhone with Touch ID to one with Face ID? The challenge of learning new things can intimidate some people, but we have a list of what you’ll need to know. (And some of the changes are better!)
<div class="media_block"><img src="https://www.creativetechs.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/text-flight-numbers-to-people-youre-visiting-so-they-can-track-your-flight.jpg"></div>Next time you’re flying to visit your Apple-using family or friends, send them your flight number using Messages when you leave. Then they can easily track your flight in the air and see when you’re arriving. Just text them the flight number prefixed with the airline’s abbreviation, like AA for American Airlines, AC for Air […]