How-To guides for Mac users

Need iPhone, iPad, or Mac Serial Number? Here's How to Find It!

How You Can Find Your Mac, iPhone, or iPad Serial Number?

Apple products are said to be one of the most reliable, but sometimes even the best ones can run into problems and have various issues. When you have a problem that you can't solve yourself, you call Apple Support. The first thing a representative usually will ask you is your device serial number or IMEI.

 
What to Do If Your iPhone Has No Sound?

Fix iPhone With No Sound With These Simple 11 Steps

Having no sound on your iPhone can be troublesome. You might miss an important call or message. Or maybe miss out on a special sale from your favorite brand all because you didn't hear the notification come. Not to mention you can forget about watching videos and movies on your iPhone.

 
Turn Off Google Trending Searches on iPhone, iPad and Mac

How to Disable Google Trending Suggestions on iPhone, iPad, and Mac?

As you probably know, Google tracks almost every step you take while browsing. By the information, you provided on your Gmail, social media, or any other account, as well as your purchasing habits, Google can predict what do you like, what are your shopping habits, your style, and so much more.

 
How to Use a Third-Party Mouse With Trackpad Gestures on Mac?

How to Use Trackpad Gestures With a Third-Party Mouse on Mac?

Apple's Magic Mouse, like all Apple products, is very different from other available mouses. So don't worry; if you don't like the Magic Mouse, you can use your standard one with your Mac as well.

 
How to Fix Your iPhone When it Keeps Restarting?

What to Do if Your iPhone Keeps Restarting?

You're reading an article on the internet or talking on facetime with someone, and suddenly your iPhone screen goes black. Your device has just restarted itself. A few minutes pass, and it restarts itself again. Suddenly, your iPhone is stuck in a reboot loop, and you have no idea why.

 
What to Do if Your iPhone Has No Service?

When Your iPhone Has no Service, Do These 9 Steps

Are you unable to make or receive calls? Can't send messages or use your mobile data? Do you see the 'No Service' message at the top of your iPhone screen? That means your device can't find a cellular signal to connect to.

 

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