iOS Control Center Hidden Buttons

iOS Control Center Hidden Buttons

The Control Center on iOS is very useful, yet many people don’t use it to quickly access common functions. There are many buttons that you can add to Control Center that add even more. If you have an iPhone or iPad you should take the time to look at all of the buttons to get the most from your device. Watch MacMost tutorial here…

iOS Control Center Hidden Buttons

Using More Than Two Apps Simultaneously On Your iPad

Multitasking on the iPad has been around for a while, but now you can actually view more than two apps on the screen at the same time. While two active apps can exist side-by-side, or one as a floating window, you can have two apps plus a floating window with iOS 12. Unfortunately, the floating window makes the two main apps view-only. You can even add a fourth window as a video picture-in-picture. Watch instructional video on MacMost here…

iOS Control Center Hidden Buttons

Using AirPods As Hearing Aids

A new feature in iOS 12 allows you to use your iPhone’s Live Listen feature with Apple’s AirPods, a much cheaper alternative than actual medical device hearing aids. The audio comes from the iPhone’s microphone, so you can place your iPhone in a better position to hear someone and leave it there. You can even use it as a way to listen in to what is going on in another room.  Watch MacMost tutorial here…

iOS Control Center Hidden Buttons

7 Trackpad Gestures You Probably Aren’t Using

If you have a Mac with a trackpad, are you aware of all of the different gestures you can use to make life easier? You can use Smart Zoom to zoom in and out on an element on a web page. You can rotate images. You can also bring in the Notifications Center sidebar and activate Mission Control. Try learning a new trackpad gesture to get the most from your Mac. Watch MacMost video tutorial here…