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When you make a screen capture in macOS in Mojave or Catalina, a tiny thumbnail appears in the bottom-right corner of the screen for a few seconds. Click it, and a small editing suite appears that lets you modify what you captured or delete the image or images before they’re saved. (We have a complete …

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The two-factor authentication (2FA) system Apple developed to protect access to your Apple ID account and associated purchases and the ability to make purchases has safeguards in place to make sure that you shouldn’t easily lose access to your account even if you lose one piece of the authentication puzzle. When you enroll in 2FA, …

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A vocal number of heavy-duty iPad users have begged for mouse support on the iPad for years, and that support finally exists on iPadOS 13. A little surprisingly, iOS 13 also brings mouse support to the iPhone. It’s not so surprising, though, that Apple chose to bury it deep within the iPhone and iPad’s Accessibility …

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iOS and iPadOS allow the use of multiple software keyboards, which can include those used in different languages and those used for alternative input methods, like Gboard. But you can run afoul of autocorrect suggestions if you’ve added a keyboard and accidentally swap between them. IDG Autocorrect suggestions are based on the keyboards installed. You …

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The HomePod is a good smart speaker for folks who like to fall asleep to the sounds of their favorite playlist, podcast, or even the ambient sounds of nature. The latest patch allows you to set up a sleep timer, which automatically cuts off the music or sound after a specified time—hopefully after you’ve fallen …