Below is a post from 2018 that reviews some lingo used by Apple and technology in general. Hope you can use this information! What Does That Mean? Thanks for stopping by today! 👩🏻💻 Advertisements Continue reading Repost-What Does That Mean?
Photo by Plush Design Studio on Pexels.com Mailbox Extras If you use one or five emails, you can view them a couple ways in the Mail app that is preinstalled on your iPhone and iPad. You can see in the photos below each email can have folders. The last photo is my work email, which has folders inside folders. This easy access on your iPhone or iPad can be very important when your away from your work or home office. How it Works You have duplicate listings of your emails. The top section shows only emails. The second set is … Continue reading Tips for Mailboxes
Apple Pay With the new Apple Card coming this summer, maybe you can start practicing using Apple Pay on your current devices. Apple has updated their Apple Pay set up video, which includes setting up different devices How To Set Up Apple Pay . Practice when the line is short and make sure you have another form of payment with you. Many stores are new to using Apple Pay too. So each experience may be a little different. Their employees may be familiar with the process or may have never seen it done before. I’ve used Apple Pay on … Continue reading Apple Pay and Apple Wallet
Thank you to all my followers! I hit 200 on Wednesday! Thankful that people read the tips and come back for more! Grateful for each like, comment, and follow! Quick Tip Apple Watch owners: when you have your watch on, it becomes the “primary” source for notifications. It will use the same notification sound for all text messages even if you have a specific one set for a contact/number. If you take your watch off, you notice the alert tone now comes from your iPhone, not the watch. ⌚️📱 So if you wondered about this, it’s how it’s supposed to … Continue reading Quick Tip and a Milestone!
Fake Email Today’s post is more of a reminder to stay aware about “phishing” emails. What is a “phishing” email? It’s an email that tells you there is an issue you need to fix, or change your password, or your account has been deactivated. They come from all sources, from all company names, and recently I received one from someone trying to access my Apple ID. The majority seem very real and often tell you to act immediately. Important Steps to Take Most important step, do not click on any links, in any email. If you want to double … Continue reading Apple Phishing Email
Missing Twitter on Your Apple Watch? Well thanks to Will Bishop, the high school senior from Australia, you can enjoy your Twitter feed because he’s created the perfect app! Podcast Interview Check Will out in the App Store. Also, listen to his podcast interview with the guys on Apple WatchCast Podcast. It’s interview number 272 on March 11th. You can listen to the interview on Apple’s podcast app or Overcast, as well as other podcast apps you can find in the App Store. Thanks for stopping by today!👩🏻💻 Continue reading Apple Watch App-Chirp for Twitter
App Switcher This tip is for iPhone X models. It’s quick and easy. Once you have an app open, use the black line at the bottom of screen to “switch” apps. Screen Recording You can watch the screen recording from my phone below to see it in action. Since there are only 4 apps open, I went back and forth. You can easily swipe left or right to see which apps you want to open again. If you use this tip, let me know. Also, remember to share with your family friends on your social media. Thanks for stopping by … Continue reading New Tip Using App Switcher on iPhone X
Credit Card Game Changer What is Apple Credit Card? Apple has set out to be the leader in credit card processes. Your own card number specific to your device! When you make a purchase, the card number is not given to the retailer. It’s both fraud protection and privacy rolled into one card. NO FEES! No late fees, no over credit limit charges, no international fees, no annual fee, NO FEES! But it’s so much more. DAILY Cash Back! So imagine making a purchase and at the end of the day you get a cash credit to the Apple Cash … Continue reading Apple Credit Card
Reposting today as the deadline for entries is 23:59 (GMT) on Sunday, 24th March 2019!! I’m finishing mine on Saturday. One rule is to post on your blog and provide the link to enter. Make sure to read all directions! The theme is “five”. Look for all five new tips from me this Saturday! The Bloggers Bash Blog Post Competition — Hugh’s Views & News Continue reading Repost Bloggers Bash
Have you ever been searching the internet on your iPhone or iPad and closed the website accidentally? Follow the photo tips below and you’ll see how easy it is to find them again! Thanks for stopping by today! 👩🏻💻 Continue reading Easy, Quick Tip to Find Closed Websites on Your Phone or iPad
Spring break is coming up soon for many schools. Check out these tips for airports and flight tracking on your iPhone! You may need to tweak the information for 10x. Tips When Traveling Continue reading Saturday Repost-Tips When Traveling
It’s a date–March 25th! Lots of information will be covered. Including the much anticipated Apple streaming service. Here’s a great article and a video from imore.com. It’s show time! Enjoy! Thanks for stopping by today 👩🏻💻 Continue reading March 25th Apple Event Update—It’s a Date!
Lots of Tips and YouTube Videos Today it’s all about visual learners! There are tons of people on YouTube who create tips for the iPhone, the Apple Watch, and iOS software. There are lots of tips out there that are hard to explain in a written format. The videos below review tips on iPhone Xr, Apple Watch 4, and iOS software version 12 (this will apply to anyone running any version of iOS 12) Note: you’ll see adds or pop ups in the videos. They are not connected to this blog, only to the person who created the video. Most … Continue reading Tips and YouTube Links
New March Apple Event Nothing is confirmed, but the expected date is Monday, March 25th or Tuesday, March 26th. What people are talking about…..new AirPods 2, Apple News service, possible wireless charging pads, new iPads, and maybe a new iPod! Do you have something you are waiting for or looking forward to Apple announcing? Let me know and I’ll research if it’s an upcoming feature or device. What’s spiked my interest is the highly anticipated Apple TV streaming service! I’ve read it’s supposed to be announced at March event and available by May 2019. The service is said to be … Continue reading Apple Tip: New Event Date Set
via Technology Confused Shout out to another blogger I just started following yesterday. Love the humor and enjoying her posts. This is a great read and I thought you might enjoy the humor. Have a great Sunday! Continue reading Technology Confused
Apple Says, No Permission-No Recording So the big news the last few days has been apps that have been recording your screen actions without your permission. It’s a bit over my head, but it’s actually a third-party company, GlassBox, that is collecting the data with their software and providing the data to the other app developers. App developers were given 24 hours to remove the recording coding, or their app would be deleted from the App Store. Some of the apps using this third-party company, GlassBox, are: Abercrombie & Fitch Hollister Expedia Hotels.com Singapore Airlines Air Canada Apple’s Policy Apple’s … Continue reading Apple Says No to App Developers
Apple Releases Software Fix for Group FaceTime You probably know already that the recommendation is to WAIT at least 24 hours, more time is better, before updating your phone. Not sure how many people were using Group FaceTime, but the 14 year old who found the bug was trying to connect with multiple friends playing Fortnite! Apple’s email today said they will be thanking him and compensating him. Wonder how much that will be??? A couple people on Twitter are stating they have had cellular connection issues since they just updated their phones. Haven’t been able to confirm this, but … Continue reading Apple’s Fix for Group FaceTime Released
Where’s The Emoji’s Apple? Today I’m needing your tips and tricks on using a MacBook Pro 2015! Treated myself when a long time friend said she had one to sell. Thanks Karen! Going from Windows 10 daily at work to using this device is a lot different. Where’s the EMOJI’s Apple??? Ok I did find them, but it’s not that user friendly. Scrolling with two fingers on the trackpad is weird and fun all at the same time. So what’s your best tip or trick using your MacBook? Updated to Mojave and figured out how to get Citrix Workspace to … Continue reading MacBook Pro Tips Needed
Using Apple TV App Have you ever discussed favorite shows, but the other person didn’t tell you what channel or streaming service where you can watch the show? Here’s a great solution. Best kept secret is you don’t need an Apple TV streaming device to use the app! The app is already installed on your phone. If you are a cord cutter (cable TV), this app will help you too. You’ll find which streaming service to watch your favorite show on or help you find a new show to stream. In the photos below, the show being searched is The … Continue reading Apple TV App and Cord Cutters
Wanted to post and update you about the “bug” found in Apple’s Group FaceTime (GFT) feature. As of yesterday, Apple disabled GFT, so that it can’t be abused intentionally or unintentionally. One-on-one FaceTime (FT) is still operating as designed with no issues. What Happened? Apparently, when you started a GFT conversation, the first two on the call were fine. When the third person, and any additional people, were being added to the GFT call, their phones would connect BEFORE the person accepted the call! Which meant audio and sometimes video started before the receiving person knew the call was connected. … Continue reading Group FaceTime Disabled