All Articles by Mikah Sargent

How to use (and turn off!) in-app ratings and reviews

In iOS 11, you can turn off those in-app rating prompts! Here's how you use (and turn off) the new App Store rating and review prompts in iOS.

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How to use QR codes in iOS 11

Apple has added native support for QR code scanning in iOS 11. You simply open up the camera, point, and tap on the notification banner to access information stored in the QR code. Here's what you need to know to get scanning!

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How to use Do Not Disturb While Driving in iOS 11

I've been using iOS 11's new Do Not Disturb While Driving and it's changed the way I interact with my phone while on the road. Here's how you set it up!

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Dropbox adds support for Files app in iOS 11

Dropbox's latest app update adds full support for the Files app in iOS 11.

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HomeKit News: Everything you need to know!

Apple's HomeKit framework, which brings together various smart home devices from various companies, is at the forefront of the increasingly popular smart home market. HomeKit news breaks all the time and we're collecting it here to keep you updated!

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These are the apps you can use with Apple Maps

As of iOS 10, Apple Maps offers extensions for certain apps and services. You can, for example, reserve a table on OpenTable, hail a ride with Uber, and read restaurant reviews using Yelp. Here are all the apps with Apple Maps integrations!

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Apple just added iOS 11 features to Pages, Keynote, Numbers

Apple just rolled out an update for Pages, Keynote, and Numbers, the company's iOS productivity apps. Along with performance and stability improvements, the apps now include new iOS 11 features.

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How to downgrade watchOS on your Apple Watch

If you update your Apple Watch to the latest software and decide you don't like what you see, we've got some bad news: Once you update, there's no turning back.

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Apple Watch Sport Loop: an up close look at the new Midnight Blue band

What does the new Sport Loop for Apple Watch look like? Here's an up close look at the new band in Midnight Blue.

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Update: The Boston Red Sox may not have used an Apple Watch to steal signs

After an inquiry by Major League Baseball, investigators determined the Boston Red Sox used electronic devices to steal hand signals from the Yankees as well as other teams.

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How to make your older iPhone wireless charging-compatible

You don't need to upgrade to the iPhone 8 to charge your iPhone wirelessly. Here's how you add wireless charging to your iPhone right now!

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iPhone Upgrade Program: The ultimate guide

Everything you need to know about the iPhone Upgrade Program!

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How to create and sync custom ringtones to your iPhone

Do you use iTunes on the Mac to create and transfer custom ringtones for your iPhone? Bad news: You're going to need a contingency plan. Along with the removal of the App Store in iTunes, Apple also nixed ringtone management.

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iPhone X vs. iPhone 8: What's the difference?

Trying to decide whether the iPhone 8 or iPhone X is the right choice for you? Here's the difference between Apple's latest iPhones!

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Best Cases for iPhone X

If you want to be ready to wrap your brand new iPhone X in a protective layer the moment it hits your doorstep, you might as well buy a case for it now! Here are the best cases (currently) for iPhone X.

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Did Apple discontinue the (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7?

It appears Apple is no longer selling the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition.

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Apple TV 4K FAQ: Everything you need to know!

Apple just revealed Apple TV 4K, a brand new Apple TV with 4K HRD capabilities. Here's everything you need to know about Apple's better, brighter, faster Apple TV.

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Anchor: Everything you need to know!

Anchor is an audio streaming and publishing platform that lets you listen to and create bite-sized audio broadcasts.

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How to delete your Yahoo! data and shut down your account

Update: Yahoo! has just disclosed yet another data breach. This time of 32 million accounts accessed using "forged" cookies. This follows over a billion accounts compromised over the

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Equifax says personal data of 143 million customers exposed in cyber attack

Equifax says a cyber attack leveraged against the company has exposed the personal data of approximately 143 million U.S. consumers.

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