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How to Disable Netflix AutoPlaying Previews & Trailers

Would you like to turn off Netflix autoplay of previews and trailers? It’s fairly simple to disable preview autoplaying, and you can always reenable it again should you change your mind. As you likely have noticed by now, Netflix automatically plays previews and trailers of shows and movies as you browse around. Some users may … Read More

How to Enter Recovery Mode on iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini, Early iPad Pro

Sometimes an iPad must be placed into Recovery Mode before it can be restored or updated successfully with a computer. For example, if an iPad gets stuck on a black screen with an Apple logo for a very long time, Recovery Mode can usually remedy that. Typically Recovery Mode is used for a troubleshooting endeavor, … Read More

How to Know if Someone Blocked Your Number on iPhone for Calls or Messages

Have you ever wanted to know if someone blocked your number from calling them or sending them messages? You may be familiar with the process of blocking calls, messages, and contacts on the iPhone, but have you ever wondered if YOUR number or messages have been blocked? While Apple makes the blocking feature for texts … Read More

How to Reset Chrome Browser to Default Settings on Mac, Windows, Linux

Need to reset the Chrome browser to default settings? If Chrome is acting up and you want to troubleshoot the browser, or you just want to start fresh, you can easily reset Chrome settings to the original defaults. The process of resetting Chrome web browser is the same on Mac, Windows, and Linux. Important: Resetting … Read More

Newly Setup iPad Pro Battery Draining Rapidly? “Ongoing Restore” Might Be Why!

If you have recently setup a new iPad Pro, iPad mini, or iPad and discovered the battery is draining unusually fast leading to subpar battery life on the device, don’t fret, there’s probably a good reason for it. In fact, if during your recent setup or restore of the iPad you decided to restore from … Read More

iOS 13.5 & iPadOS 13.5 Updates Available to Download

Apple has released iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 to all users with eligible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The latest software updates for iOS and iPadOS include bug fixes, feature enhancements, security improvements, and a few minor new features and changes. Perhaps most notable is support for COVID-19 exposure notifications, a contact tracing feature … Read More

How to Find What iOS Version is on iPhone or iPad

iOS is the operating system that runs on every iPhone or iPad, but while many users may know the model of their iPhone or iPad, perhaps fewer people may know what version of iOS they are running. Knowing what version of iOS is installed and running on an iPhone or iPad can be important for … Read More

How to Remove a Bluetooth Device from a Mac

Many wireless accessories and peripherals for the Mac connect to the computer with Bluetooth, but what if you no longer need a particular Bluetooth device connected to the Mac and you want to remove it? We’ll show you how to easily remove a Bluetooth accessory like a speaker, headphones, keyboard, mouse, game controller, or similar … Read More

Beta 2 of iOS 13.3 & iPadOS 13.3 Released for Testing

Apple has released the second beta version of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 for users enrolled in the beta testing programs. The beta arrives as build 17C5038a. A developer beta version is usually released first, soon followed by the same build as a public beta release. iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 presumably focus on bug … Read More

How to Remove Emoji Button from Keyboard on iPhone and iPad

Don’t want the Emoji button on the iOS keyboard and wish it were gone? You can remove the Emoji button from the keyboard on iPhone and iPad, and by doing so you are effectively turning off Emoji in iOS so that it can’t be typed, nor can the Emoji keyboard be accessed. Disabling the Emoji … Read More