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Continuity of the Apple Ecosystem (Part 2)

There are a lot of continuity features that wrap your Apple devices together. You can start working on your iPad and easily transition to your Mac or share your iPhone’s resources with your Mac and iPad. So, let’s take a look at more Continuity features connecting the Apple ecosystem.

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New Updates from Apple

On Monday Apple released new updates for iOS, macOS, iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS. Here’s how to update, some highlight features, and more resources!

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Apple Special Event

Apple 2021 Spring Loaded Event Rundown

Follow @AppleGuideWeb on Twitter for the latest updates! Today Apple had its spring Apple Event. Here’s what they announced: #AppleEvent https://www.apple.com/apple-events/april-2021/ The #Podcast app is getting a redesign with the addition of channels and podcast #subscriptions to support #creators. #Apple Event Apple Newsroom: https://nr.apple.com/dm4R4n0g6H You can now share your #AppleCard with a family member and […]

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iOS iOS & iPhone iPhone iPhone & iOS

Making Phone Calls Without Cell Service

Have you ever been in a situation where you needed to make a phone call but don’t have cellular reception? Well here’s how to automatically make a phone call over Wi-Fi.

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AppleTV & tvOS AppleWatch & WatchOS iPad & iPadOS iPhone & iOS Mac & macOS

Continuity of the Apple Ecosystem (Part 1)

Our Apple devices talk to each other in incredible ways. You can start on one device, like your iPhone, and easily transition to a different device, like your Mac. So here are some of the continuity features that connect your Apple devices.

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Internet

Chrome Isn’t Your Only Option

Our computer life revolves around the browser we use. For most of us, that browser is Google Chrome. So why stick with Chrome when other better options are faster and more secure than the current king? Here are some alternatives and the connection between them all.

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Accessories Computer Basics

Hard Disk Drive v Super Fast Drive

Arguably, the most critical part of your computer is its storage where all your files are saved. It also impacts your computer’s performance and reliability. So it’s important to know the difference between an HDD and an SSD when buying a new computer, upgrading an old one, or getting a backup drive.

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Accessories Smart Tech Uncategorized

Homekit Everything! (A Guide to Setting Up Homebridge)

HomeKit is a great way to control your smart accessories, especially if you are heavily invested in the Apple Ecosystem. Unfortunately, many accessories don’t support Homekit. So today, we take a look at how to make any device a HomeKit device.

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Accessories Smart Tech

Apple’s Alexa & Why It Matters (What is HomeKit?)

I’m sure you’ve met Amazon’s Alexa and know of Google’s Assistant. But, if you’re invested in the Apple ecosystem, you should meet HomeKit, Apple’s smart home ecosystem. Here’s everything you need to know!

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iPad & iPadOS Mac & macOS

Can the iPad Enter Your Workflow? Can it Replace Your Computer?

Since the iPad Pro was first released, Apple has tried marketing the iPad as a replacement for your computer. Will you take them up on their offer? Here are some things to think about before you make the move.