Tag Archive: Specific


Latest Siri exploit is super specific (and avoidable)

Siri might be a (halfway) decent digital assistant, but it makes for a lousy security guard. We’ve heard about a bunch of “sneaky” ways that evildoers can use a Siri to get access to your photos, contacts, or just completely unlock your phone without entering a passcode or using Touch ID. Luckily, most of them […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Get Specific Details in Health App for iPhone by Rotating a Dashboard

The Health app on iPhone is able to track steps and mileage, and if you have an Apple Watch it will keep track of your heart rate, active calories with a pedometer, and other fitness data as well. When you open Health app, the Dashboard offers an overview of activity for the day, week, month, … Read More [Read More…]

Get Specific Details in Health App for iPhone by Rotating a Dashboard

The Health app on iPhone is able to track steps and mileage, and if you have an Apple Watch it will keep track of your heart rate, active calories with a pedometer, and other fitness data as well. When you open Health app, the Dashboard offers an overview of activity for the day, week, month, … Read More [Read More…]

Get Specific Details in Health App for iPhone by Rotating a Dashboard

The Health app on iPhone is able to track steps and mileage, and if you have an Apple Watch it will keep track of your heart rate, active calories with a pedometer, and other fitness data as well. When you open Health app, the Dashboard offers an overview of activity for the day, week, month, … Read More

How to Delete Specific Message Segments in Mac OS X Messages

The Mac Messages app allows users to delete portions of a conversation and specific messages contained within a thread, without clearing out the entire chat transcript. This targeted message removal feature is helpful if you want to delete a part of a chat that is best left private, or perhaps because it contains sensitive data, … Read More

Can’t Open a Specific File in OS X? Search the Mac App Store Quickly to Find an App That Can

If you’ve ever come across a file that you can’t open on your Mac, or perhaps that doesn’t open as you may expect it to in a particular OS X app, maybe rendering poorly or like a bunch of gibberish after forcing it, this quick trick can help find a more appropriate application to open … Read More

Delete Specific Pages from Safari History in iOS

Safari in iOS has always had the ability to clear all browser history on the iPhone and iPad, but up until the latest versions of iOS, it was either delete all history or nothing. That has changed however, and if you would rather selectively delete individual pages from history instead of clearing out all browser … Read More

Get Notifications for Specific Email Threads in iOS Mail App

The iOS Mail app has long included a variety of ways to be notified of new emails, whether it’s the standard notification for all new messages, or having a unique alert set to specific VIP contacts. Perhaps even better is a feature added to recent versions of iOS that allow for individual email thread alerts, … Read More

How to Set a Headphone Specific Volume Level in Mac OS X

I don’t know about anyone else, but I always have a very different volume level for my headphones than for my speakers, and if you’re anything like me than this tip is great news. You can actually set headphone-specific volume levels on your Mac, so you won’t have to be constantly toying with the volume … Read More