How to pair your Apple pencil with your iPad

The older 9.7-inch iPad Pro, 12.9-inch, 10.5-inch iPad pro and 9.7-inch iPad or later iPad models only these devices support Apple pencil. The user can make sketches and draw whatever they want with the latest invention of Apple for its users on their iPads. It is also useful for those who do not want to type or stick with the keyboard they just need to do is to write with the latest pencil and even it helps you to write in whatever font they want to write.

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Fix Windows 10 Wi-Fi Problem: No Wireless Internet

Recently, many Window 10 lovers have faced the no wifi available issue after updating their systems on latest Window 10 update. This issue has gained so much attention on the internet as it has been on the list of top search issues on the internet since the last update of windows 10. When you try to connect to wifi on your Windows 10 desktop or laptop it shows no Wi-Fi in network connection or no network found. You may face the issue of Wi-Fi adapter not showing up.

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How to Install iOS 12 Right Now Without Developer Account – iPhone or iPad

iOS 12 The upcoming latest version of Apple’s operating system for iPad and iPhone, was announced by authorities and demonstrated at WWDC 2018 on 4th of June, but the audience had not gotten it so easily because it was for the Apple developers only. If you want to try out its superb features then you need to wait until its official launch late September this year. But the Apple has a way to surprise its users. Apple has already launched a public beta version of iOS 12 on 25th of June so the users that don’t have a developer account, can sign up and install this version now.

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Top 5 iOS 12 New Features and App Updates

iOS 12 is now available as a public beta and the final version will not be available until this September, so anyone who joins the Apple Beta program can install the latest iOS 12  on iPhone or iPad devices. There are the bunch of great new features in iOS 12 that every iOS user looking for.

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Fix Mail Error “Cannot Send Mail: A copy has been placed in your outbox. The recipient was rejected by the server” on iPhone or iPad

I was trying to set up my own domain email on my iPhone, I was receiving and downloading emails just fine. But, when I try to compose and send an email, I was getting a Mail error message that “A copy has been placed in your Outbox, The recipient was rejected by the server because it does not allow relaying.” When getting emails is working fine and error in sending email, I thought there must error in outgoing server settings SMTP.

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How to Recover WiFi Password When Your Forgot It

Is your macOS or Windows computer connected to WiFi and you forgot the password? Your computer remembers the Wi-Fi password If you ever connected to Wi-Fi in the past. Instead of factory resettings wireless router, there is another simple way to recover the WiFi password that you forgot. If you are using Wi-Fi connection on your Windows or macOS computer then its easy to view the Wi-Fi password from Operating System settings.

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iOS 12 Release Date and Supported iPhone or iPad Devices

At WWDC 2018, Apple announced the new iOS 12 for iPhone and iPad devices. Final version of the iOS 12 isn’t released yet but Beta version is available to download for developers, iOS 12 Public beta will be available at the end of this month and final version expected in September that will be the default iOS for , dates are mentioned below.

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How to Add Wi-Fi to your Desktop PC

I was looking for a spare PC, and I found one in my storeroom. When I turned it on its working fine, but I couldn’t connect it to Wi-Fi. In the past, I usually connect to the internet through an Ethernet cable on my PC. Now, everyone uses wireless devices and don’t need Ethernet cables anymore. Older desktop PCs doesn’t come with built-in WiFi antenna. Some modern desktop computers do have a built-in wireless adapter. So I learn how to get Wi-Fi on my desktop PC.

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How to Transfer Messages to Another iPhone or iPad – Messages in iCloud

As iOS updated to 10.4, a new feature introduced to sync messages across all iOS devices with the help of iCloud. Messages in iCloud feature is convenient when you want to transfer messages to another iPhone. When you use the same Apple ID on other devices, you can sync all the messages in iCloud. You might be thinking the feature was already there, but this is not the case this feature is newly introduced in iOS 10.4 that allows you to save messages including attachments and other media to iCloud and when you are using the same iCloud account on another device you will sync all the messages.

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How to Play FLAC Audio Files on Mac, Windows or *nix

Received a .flac audio file from someone? You might not be familiar with this file format and want to play it on your Mac. FLAC is a Free Lossless Audio Codec which is an exact copy of the original uncompressed audio file which is very high in quality. iTunes doesn’t support the FLAC audio format; you need to find another solution to play it. Fortunately, several other options can play .flac audio file. In this guide, you will see what FLAC file is and can we play FLAC file in iTunes or using a free open source audio player on Mac, Windows or *nix.

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How to Set Up Find My Mac and Locate, Lock or Erase your Mac

If you are an iPhone user, then Find my Mac is same as Find my iPhone. You can find, lock or erase you’re lost or stolen Mac with Find My Mac. So, before anything happens and your Mac goes missing you must set up Find my Mac on it. Once you set it up on your Mac, then you can locate your mac from iCloud.com very easily.

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How to Download Videos from Youtube or Facebook on iPhone / iPad

You might want to download your favorite videos offline to watch them later even without internet connection. In this guide, you will learn how to download and save videos from YouTube, Facebook, DailyMotion, Vimeo, and others on your iPhone or iPad devices. You can move the downloaded videos to Photos app in the Camera Roll, in the Files app of iOS, or even share with your friends through WhatsApp or other apps.

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How to Select And Delete All Emails At Once on iPhone or iPad – Mail

When you have hundreds or thousands of emails message in your inbox, and you want to delete them at once. Selecting each and every email manually and sending it to trash is very time-consuming. iOS 9 users can trash all the emails at once using the “Trash All” option.  But in iOS 10 Apple removed this option considering the risk of losing all the emails when you tap trash all accidentally.

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How to Get Access to WindowsApps Folder in Windows 10

WindowsApps folder in the Program Files folder is a system folder and hidden by default in Windows 10. Even you already showed the hidden files and folder; you can’t access it. Whenever you try to open it, you will get a message alert “You have been denied permission to access this folder.” People usually need to access this folder when they want to see program files of and application installed through Windows Store. In this guide, we will learn how to view hidden WindowsApps folder and fix the problem and allow access to WindowsApp folder for the Windows user.

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How to Update your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

Apple frequently releases iOS updates for iPhone, iPad or iPod touch devices. You might want to install any latest update on your device. In this guide, you will learn how to update iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to the newest version of iOS. You can install iOS updates wirelessly or using iTunes. In some cases you may not see the available software update message on your device then you have to update manually with the help of iTunes application.

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How to Restore iCloud Backup to iPhone or iPad

iCloud backup makes it easy to restore your new or existing iOS device without any problem. Using iCloud backup, you can transfer data from one iOS device to another. You will have the following advantages when you restore your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch from an iCloud backup. All the settings and accounts will restore from the iCloud backup that you selected. Purchased movies, music, shows, apps, books and other content downloads automatically. iTunes Store, App Store, or iBooks Store content redownloads automatically. In this guide, you will learn how to restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch from iCloud backup. Read More

How to Download or View iCloud Backup Photos on Windows PC

When you set up an Apple ID with your iOS device and backup photos, videos and other stuff on iCloud. On your Windows PC, you might want to download or view photos that you stored on iCloud backup. Apple allows you to see iCloud backup files on your PC through a browser or using a Windows iCloud application.

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How to Stop Apps Asking for Ratings & Reviews in iOS

You should help developers by giving your feedback for their apps. Your In-App ratings and reviews also help other users by letting them know what you think about any app. but, some time these prompts asking for the feedback may be annoying you especially when you just testing and learning it.

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How to Turn Off Autoplay App Preview Videos in the AppStore

As you scroll through the apps in AppStore, a preview video automatically starts playing in iOS 11 or later. Before installing any app on your iPhone or iPad, you might want to stop video autoplay or want a preview video of that app. A quick preview of the app or game helps you to know how this app looks like and then decide wheater you want to install it or not.

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How to Change Default Screenshot Folder Location in Windows

Usually, when you press print screen button from the keyboard in Windows, the current screen view will be saved to the clipboard. With the release of Windows 8, Microsoft added a new way to take screenshots, when you press keyboard keys Windows+printScreen buttons in Windows 8, 10 or later versions. A screenshot image PNG automatically saved to screenshot folder which exists in the default Pictures folder.

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How To Fix “How do you want to open this file?” Popup on Windows 10 Startup

Whenever I start up my Windows 10 computer, I saw a popup screen that asking how do you want to open this file and a list of installed apps to choose. I wasn’t sure what is the reason for this message. This might be the reason for a Windows upgrade or may a virus, malware or something? I have installed an antivirus, but It didn’t detect any problem. I see this whenever I start up or restart my computer.

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