If you use a Magic Trackpad and are like me and did a clean install of El Capitan instead of installing on top of Yosemite, then you might have noticed that the three finger drag Multi-Touch Gesture was gone.
The one complaint about iOS I’ve been hearing the past few days has to do with photo storage. Several people have come to me with problems about updating their iOS device due to their large photo library.
Stop hunting for that pesky period character and use this nifty How-To tip to gain previous time back.
This How-To explains a quick, efficient way to make a list of all the applications on your system. This is handy if you need to restore or rebuild your system.
This tip will show you how to quickly undo unnecessary typing when autocorrect takes over or when you just don’t have the necessary dexterity to complete your thoughts. It’s as easy as shaking your phone.
Here is a How-To on installing the newest OS X update, El Capitan, on your system. Be sure to backup your files before you begin.
In my family, we have a love of old and new technology. My boys ages 6 and 4 (6 month old daughter, too) get to play with tech regularly. They regularly watch movies, play games, watch TV cartoons or YouTube videos (surprise egg videos are their thing right now) on my iPad 2 or iPad Air 2.
It is a blessing and a frustration that each iOS update brings new changes to known apps. The camera app is no different. Am I alone in filling up my device with images and videos? I suspect if you are reading this article, this is not unusual. So many images, so little space.
This information may seem basic to some, but may be new and helpful to recent iOS converts, welcome home by the way. Here is a quick tutorial that will discuss how you can add any website to your home screen.
Have you updated your iPad to iOS 9 and noticed it not wanting to rotate? I have and so have a few other people who have messaged me about it.