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How to See Your Top 25 Most Played Songs in Apple Music

Have you ever wanted to see a list of the songs you listen to most on Apple Music? Most of us have a set of songs that we find ourselves often listening to, and if you make use of Apple Music to listen to your favorite songs on your iPhone or iPad, then you’re in … Read More

How to Use Reduce Motion on Mac to Disable Most Animations

The Mac has many visual animations that draw on screen as you perform various actions throughout the operating system, whether it’s the zooming in and out of opening Mission Control, or sliding between desktops in Spaces, amongst others. These provide for some enjoyable visual eye candy, but some users may find the animations cause motion … Read More

Fix the 3 Most Annoying Features on iPhone X

The iPhone X may be the most elegant and beautifully designed iPhone in years, but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect. While most users have no complaints about the iPhone X itself, there are some frustrations and annoyances that can continually pop-up for some iPhone X owners. Among the most common iPhone X hassles are accidentally … Read More

How to Show Most Recent Message on Top of Mail Threads in iOS Mail

The Mail app in modern versions of iOS adjusted mail threading behavior, so that the oldest message in an email thread appears at the very top of an email message. This chronological ordering means you have to scroll down within the email thread to see the most recent email messages received on an iPhone or … Read More

Why the 9.7-inch iPad Pro is Apple’s most important iPad since the original

Small was the new big at Apple’s “Let us loop you in” keynote today. And while some felt the 64-minute unveiling was the most snooze-worthy event ever, Apple used it to unleash the most important iPad its made since the original tablet launched in 2010. The new 9.7-inch iPad Pro is much more than just […]

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How to save only your most treasured iMessages in OS X

When it comes to the Messages app, saving all your iMessages can be a good thing, letting you go back in time and see the delightful conversations you’ve had with your loved ones or even just checking to see where you’re supposed to meet up on Friday. Of course, there might be a few of […]

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Apple is opening a new store in one of China’s most desirable cities

Apple’s Chinese retail store will continue this month with the opening of a brand new Apple Store in the port city of Dalian. The store will be located at 66 Olympia Plaza in a giant complex, and opens at 10.00am local time on Saturday, March 19th. Dalian represents a perfect location for Apple, being that it […]

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Star Wars fans love the series’ most dangerous tech

A new poll of the most wanted technology from the Star Wars universe shows that fans may not have really thought their answers through. The survey comes courtesy of Harris Poll and software developer myDevices and asks one question: “If you could have any technology from the Star Wars trilogy, which would you want?” While […]

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Slash might be iOS’s most powerful keyboard, and it’s free

I’m not usually a big fan of most third-party iOS keyboards, because they’re often clumsy, and perform worse than iOS’s default keyboard. But I like Slash Keyboard. It’s fast, it’s accurate, and it basically allows you to search for and insert nearly anything on the web – GIFs, stickers, YouTube videos, Foursquare locations, you name […]

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iPad was 2015’s most popular Twitter tech hashtag

Given its slowing sales and the continued record smashing of its iPhone brethren, it’s easy to think of the iPad as the “also ran” of Apple’s iOS devices. In fact, people continue to talk about the iPad an enormous amount — more than any other topic in tech, if you believe Twitter’s freshly-released list of 2015’s […]

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