With iOS 10, Apple has announced many new features to the operating system which is available to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. In this blog, we will be going over five hidden and very useful features in iOS 10.
Blog (Topic: Tech Tips)
No matter how intuitive Apple products are, you can never expect to know everything. That's where we come in. From setting up your devices to managing settings and features, we've got you covered.
The Multiple Desktop feature on macOS allows users to have different applications open throughout multiple desktops. This allows users to not have all applications open in a single desktop, but able to organize them between desktops. In this blog, we will go over the various ways to switch between desktops along with providing a video tutorial on using this feature.
Closing an application window differs from closing an application completely on a Mac. Closing a window, simply just closes the window from the computer. However, some applications, like Safari, Chrome, Word, and others will still leave the application running when the window was only closed. This makes the computer keep using some resources, such as the computer’s memory, to keep the application running even if it’s not being used. In this blog, we will be going over how to quit applications fully and the multiple ways to do so.
iWork is an incredibly useful productivity suite which includes the applications: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. Have you ever needed to share your iWork documents with someone running a PC with Microsoft Office? In this video blog, we will be going over how to export Pages, Numbers, and Keynote files as Microsoft Office documents.
Having your computer remind you of an event in your calendar is much easier than having to write it down and having to remember to look at a piece of paper. With the Calendar app on macOS, it is very easy to set alerts to have your computer remind you of your events. In this video, we will be going over how to set an alert on your Mac using the calendar app.