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How to Set an Alphanumeric Passcode on your iPhone or iPad

How to Set an Alphanumeric Passcode on your iPhone or iPad

If you are using a passcode that is made of 6 numbers or worse just 4 numbers, then you may want to change based on the report earlier in the week which revealed that a 6-digit passcode can be cracked in 11 hours and the 4-digit passcode in just 6 and half minutes using a new and relatively cheap technology called GrayKey to unlock iPhones. 

How to Check for 32-bit Apps on Your Mac in 4 Easy Steps

How to Check for 32-bit Apps on Your Mac in 4 Easy Steps

With iOS 11, Apple phased out support for 32-bit iOS apps, and it had announced that macOS High Sierra 10.13 will be the last release to support 32-bit apps.

How to Cancel iOS App Subscriptions on iPhone or iPad in 3 Easy Steps

How to Cancel iOS App Subscriptions on iPhone or iPad in 3 Easy Steps

It is very easy to buy a subscription to an iOS app on the iPhone or iPad, a feature that Apple introduced in 2011, but Apple doesn’t make it very easy to find out what apps you’ve subscribed to on the iPhone or iPad.

How to Check Validity of SHSH2 Blobs in 4 Easy Steps

How to Check Validity of SHSH2 Blobs in 4 Easy Steps

The validity of SHSH2 blobs is important if you’re planning on upgrading or downgrading to an unsigned firmware like iOS 11.1.2 to avoid any complications that may occur later during your process with futurerestore.

How to Remove Your Number from Truecaller

How to Remove Your Number from Truecaller

Truecaller is one of the most popular caller ID apps in the world and in some Asian and European countries, Truecaller is almost inescapable. The app provides a real service. It blocks spam calls automatically from your iPhone and tells you who is calling even if they aren’t in your phone book. But on the flipside, this means that Truecaller has all your personal data. And it can seep into Truecaller’s database even if you haven’t signed up for the service (thanks to the magic of crowdsourcing).

How to Use Find my iPhone to Track Your iPhone, iPad, Mac and AirPods

How to Use Find my iPhone to Track Your iPhone, iPad, Mac and AirPods

Find My iPhone is Apple’s sophisticated system for tracking all your Apple devices. Even though the app is called Find my iPhone, you can use it to track your iPad, Mac, and even AirPods. If you’ve got Family Sharing turned on, you can track all the devices from all your family members from a single app! This feature is useful when you’ve lost your iPhone, misplaced your Mac or just want to see where your family members are. Here’s how to set it up and start using it.

How to Control HomePod with the Touchpad

How to Control HomePod with the Touchpad

HomePod is designed to be used with Siri. You just talk and HomePod will play the music for you. But that’s not the only way you can use the HomePod. At the top of the unassuming cylinder, you’ll find a touch-sensitive screen. This touchpad can’t really display information but it will glow when you’re using Siri. And you can tap on it to get things done. Here’s how you can use the touchpad on the HomePod.

How to Decline a Call When the iPhone is Locked

How to Decline a Call When the iPhone is Locked

You have probably noticed that when you get an incoming call, there are times when you see the Decline button, and at times the Decline button is missing.

How to Use HomePod With Apple TV

How to Use HomePod With Apple TV

While HomePod doesn’t directly integrate with the Apple TV like Chromecast does with Google Home, that doesn’t mean you can’t use HomePod as an excellent speaker system for your Apple TV. Using AirPlay, you can wirelessly connect your HomePod to your Apple TV and use it as a soundbar replacement. While HomePod is designed for music playback, it provides a rich sound when it comes to movies and TV shows as well.

How to Use Spotify, SoundCloud and Pandora on HomePod

How to Use Spotify, SoundCloud and Pandora on HomePod

As you might have already read, HomePod’s voice assistant functionality only works with Apple Music. If you want to speak into the air and you want your smart speaker to start playing some music, you’ll have to sign up for Apple Music. But what if you want to play some music from Spotify, SoundCloud or Pandora? Or you want to listen to podcasts from TuneIn or Overcast? There’s AirPlay for that.