#Howto …customize control centre on #iPhone & #iPad #iOS

Apple’s iOS provides a simple way to access some of the system controls and widgets that you commonly use and often want to access quickly. To access control panel, swipe up from the bottom of the screen when locked. To close the control centre, you can swipe down or simply tap the screen. Customize Open […]

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#Howto …batch sort photos & videos #silentsifter #photos #osx #Mac #apple

Do you have thousands of photos or videos that you need to sort and rename? If you are trying to manage your photos and videos and are looking for a way to rename, sort and move to a new location, then we recommend Silent Sifter by Vector 15. We use this as part of a […]

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#Howto …swipe to delete in #iOS calculator #iphone

Another great tip from Apple to relieve the frustrations of mistyping in to the built in iOS calculator.     See the GIF below. No need to start a calculation over. Just swipe to instantly delete and get back to crunching numbers. pic.twitter.com/9qNw8XmpN1 — Apple Support (@AppleSupport) September 5, 2016   Images credit: Pixabay Creative […]

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#Howto … manage your #photos library #osx #Mac #apple

There is a lot of great advice on the web about the various ways to manage your digital photographs.  Apple’s latest Cloud storage and sync service based around their Photos.app is one of the more recent developments. This service has improved significantly over recent years and is a simple solution for most as long as […]

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#Howto … use keyboard shortcuts on your #Mac for greater #productivity

Apple have invested in technologies for us to use touch and gestures to control the various devices we have both in the OS and iOS worlds. We subscribe to them all, using an Apple Magic Trackpad with our iMacs and the in-built touchpad on the MacBooks. We recommend them both as intuitive ways to navigate your […]

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