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Macworld | Feb 13, 2019 Apple used to make you delve into depths of the Settings app that you probably never even knew existed when you wanted to cancel an Apple Music or App Store subscription. Fortunately, a recent update greatly simplifies this process. You can still do it either way, though, and in this …

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Unicode is a massive, sprawling effort that pairs a number to every unique character in a language, every punctuation mark, every math symbol, and much more. And nearly all of it is available within macOS—but not always easy to find. There’s a semi-hidden way to access special symbol sets in Unicode, and a somewhat obscure …

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Macworld | Feb 8, 2019 Apple introduced the Walkie-Talkie app for Apple Watch in watchOS 5, and it’s a cool way to keep in touch with Apple Watch-owning friends. In this video, Macworld’s Leif Johnson shows you how to contact someone, add contacts, delete contacts, and disable Walkie-Talkie. Source link Related posts: No related posts.

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Susan Bradley here for CSO Online. We’re going to take a break on talking about Office 365 for the next month because I want to talk about some workstation hardening that I want you to do. We’re going to start first with a foundational service that has been used in computing for many years. Server …

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iCloud Photos requires the use of Photos in iOS or macOS to sync images across all the devices with which you’re logged into the same iCloud account, as well as uploading them at full resolution to the central iCloud servers, where you can access them at iCloud.com. But what if you have an out-of-date Mac, …

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You probably already know the Apple Watch is great at making phone calls. It’s still something of a secret, though, that you can unleash your inner Dick Tracy by using the Apple Watch as a walkie-talkie. As long as the person on the other line has you as a contact in their Apple Watch’s Walkie …

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Macworld | Jan 29, 2019 You can now play Fortnite on your iPhone or iPad with a MFi (Made for iPhone) controller, and it’s a total game changer. Macworld’s Leif Johnson shows you how to connect the controller to your iPhone and also shows the controls in action. Source link Related posts: No related posts.

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A small but increasing number of Nest security camera owners across the country are reporting their cameras have been hacked, often to blast out audio messages. In one instance, a California family received a fake warning of a North Korean missile attack. The problem isn’t with Nest. Google confirms that the service has not been …

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When you start up a Mac while holding down Command-R on the keyboard, the Mac boots into macOS Recovery. In this mode, you can run Disk Utility, access the command-line Terminal app, and reinstall the operating system. But what do you do if you restart your Mac into Recovery mode and a language appears other …