What is Lost Mode?

Lost Mode

Lost Mode is a feature on Apple products: iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Apple Watch, that allows you to remotely lock your device. So, for example, if you can’t find your iPhone and you are worried it could be in a public place somewhere, you can use Lost Mode to lock the device so … Read more

What is VoiceOver?

VoiceOver is a screen reader, and so, it describes the contents of the screen out loud. It is a built-in feature of Apple’s Mac, iPhone, iPad, AppleTV and Apple Watch. VoiceOver was designed as an accessibility feature for users who are visually impaired and for users who have dyslexia. VoiceOver on Mac How to Turn … Read more

How to Fix HDCP Error on Apple TV

Sometimes, Apple TV users may see an error like: This content requires HDCP for playback This video can’t be played Oh no error such as Oh no! Something went wrong (you may see this especially if you are trying to use AirPlay) This can be something you see right after connecting up all your components … Read more

Messages not Updating on iPad

Many people own more than one Apple device. For Apple users that have more than one device, such as an iPhone and an iPad, they can take advantage of what Apple calls its Continuity features. These features are separate from the iCloud features, which also provide an excellent way to seamlessly access the same files … Read more

How to Set up and Use Personal Hotspot on iPhone

Personal Hotspot, also known as tethering, on an iPhone allows you to share your phone’s cellular data connection with another device. In this article, we will discuss the basics on how to set up and use Personal Hotspot on your iPhone. If you are having trouble with your Personal Hotspot disconnecting, see our article: iPhone … Read more

How to Protect your Data and your Privacy on Mac

macOS comes with many built in features that can help you keep your data safe, protect your privacy and even help you find your Mac if it becomes lost or stolen. Many of these features simply require you to enable them, and after that, they will be working in the background to protect your data … Read more