Shopping for an iPad can be overwhelming. There are five iPad models in a wide range of sizes and capabilities, each with its strengths and weaknesses. You don’t want to get one that doesn’t have all the features you want, but you also don’t want to pay too much for features you won’t use. Here’s straightforward advice on picking the right iPad for you.
Can’t get enough of the popular word game? There is a way to keep playing after you’ve completed the daily puzzle if you’re thirsting for more. And there are a bunch of other hidden Wordle hacks that every fan should know about.
If you’ve ever tried saving Nintendo Switch screenshots to your iPhone or iPad, you’ll know it’s a less than seamless experience. It seems Nintendo didn’t put a great deal of thought into designing its rather primitive transfer tool. Fortunately, someone else did.
Zoom’s update from last December for its native Mac app supposedly resolved “an issue regarding the microphone light indicator being triggered when not in a meeting.” But that doesn’t appear to be the case.
Still scrambling to buy last-minute gifts for Valentine’s Day? The Cult of Mac Store can help make things a little easier by offering a buy one, get one half-price deal on awesome iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch accessories.
Belkin found a way to improve on Apple’s MagSafe charging puck for iPhone. Both charge equally fast, but Apple’s lies flat, while Belkin’s includes a built-in kickstand. Plus, the accessory-maker added a much longer cable. And these are just some of the benefits.
When you spend loads of time at a desk, it’s natural to wonder how you might remain chained to it but still get exercise. That’s why under-desk treadmills exist. But can you really get things done while walking in place?