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New MacBook Pro orders begin to ship

Reports from around the web are coming in as customers see their orders of the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar begin to ship, and some could even be receiving them earlier than expected.
avatarby Dan Bartram2 days ago0 comments

“Hey Siri, send Mum $50 using PayPal”

Siri just got a whole lot more useful when it comes to sending and receiving money as the personal assistant has just got PayPal support.
avatarby Dan Bartram5 days ago0 comments

How to remove the Siri icon shortcut from the Mac’s Menu Bar and Dock

Siri on the desktop was introduced following macOS Sierra allowing you to have the voice assistant on your Mac without the need of an iOS device. But here's how to remove it.
avatarby Dan BartramOctober 15, 20160 comments

Siri vs Cortana: macOS Sierra vs Windows 10

As Siri launched in MacOS Sierra and Windows 10 comes with Microsoft's Cortana, let's find out which is the best assistant as we put Siri vs Cortana!
avatarby Alex MullisOctober 3, 20160 comments

Siri and third-party App support in iOS 10

With the introduction of iOS 10, Siri gains some much anticipated functionality as for the first time, third-party apps are able to work with the personal assistant.
avatarby Dan BartramAugust 30, 20160 comments

8 iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air 2 tips and tricks

When it comes to enjoying your mobile experience beyond your normal smartphone, tablets offer a larger display and often more pure power to process your enterprise apps, or just relax with your favorite game. Apple offers two sizes of their iPad to suit your needs, no matter which you go for, we’re here to help you get the most out of it. Here is our quick list of tips and tricks for your Apple iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini 3. The basics Before we really dive into this list, there are a few basics you probably already know that all iPad users should be comfortable with. Luckily, we’ve talked about a few of these recently. How to take a screenshot on an [...]
avatarby Jonathan FeistMarch 27, 20150 comments

New accessibility feature in iOS 7 lets control your iPhone or iPad with head movements

In testing, the head movement method was quite accurate, but it’s also very tedious to control your device this way since it cycles through all of the options on the screen and you move your head when it is bordering around the option you want. The left or right head movements can be used as a home button, to start Siri, open Notification Center, open the App Switcher, decrease volume, increase volume, or simply tap.     Source article
avatarby Tab TimesJune 27, 20130 comments
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