Whether you’re an avid Apple user or new to the ecosystem, we believe that mastering your devices should be as effortless as using them. We’ll be sharing a collection of tips and tricks designed to help you streamline your digital life, boost your productivity and make the most out of your Apple devices. From hidden features on your iPhone to time-saving shortcuts on your Mac, we’ve got you covered. So sit back, grab your device, and get ready to unlock a whole new level of efficiency!
As we’ve mentioned before, we’re going to delve into some dynamic tools and their applications. These tools include:
- Share Play
In today’s digital era, video conferencing has become a vital part of our everyday lives. Whether you’re a student, professional, or entrepreneur, knowing how to give a compelling presentation remotely is an essential skill.
In this guide, we will walk you through the process of using Keynote – Apple’s powerful presentation software – to deliver captivating presentations during your video conferences right from your Mac. So sit back, grab your Mac, and let’s dive into the world of virtual presentations with Keynote!
Here are the steps:
- In Keynote, choose Play in the menu
- Choose Play Slideshow in window
- In the video conference app, choose Keynote form the share menu
- Presenter controls appear in a separate window
- You decide to show or hide your slide thumbnails by clicking Thumbnail button
- To move from one slide to another (next or previous one) use the arrows on your keyboard.
If you would like to know more details, visit this video How to present with Keynote on a video conference on your Mac | Apple Support
Pro tip: Instructions may vary depending on your video conferencing app
In today’s digital age, staying connected and sharing experiences with friends has never been easier. With your Apple device, you can even share the joy of drawing together! In this post, we’ll walk you through the process of using the Notes app to draw with friends, no matter if you’re using an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Whether you’re a professional artist or just looking for a fun way to pass time, this feature is sure to bring a new level of interaction and creativity to your conversations. So, grab your Apple device and let’s get started! Here are the instructions on how to collaboratively draw in Notes using your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:
- In a note, tap Handwriting Tools
- Select a tool
- Start drawing with your finger or an Apple Pencil
- Tap the Add People button
- Choose how to share
Feel free to check out this video How to draw with friends in Notes on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch — Apple Support
Pro tip: Everyone you share with, must turn on the Notes app in their iCloud settings.
Staying connected with friends and family has become more important than ever. Whether it’s watching movies together, listening to your favorite tunes, or sharing your screen to browse the web collectively, Apple’s SharePlay feature has made these activities incredibly simple and fun. So, grab your device, settle in, and let’s dive into the world of shared experiences with SharePlay! Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to operate SharePlay on your iPhone or iPad:
- Make sure you are using IOS 15.1 or later
- Once the people that will be talking is ready, anyone can start SharePlay
- Swipe up from the bottom of the screen
- Open the supported app
- Tap play button
- A prompt might appear asking you to confirm that you want to continue
- Until the video starts, you can control the size by switching between full screen and Picture in Picture mode
- Tap the Picture in Picture button (in the top-right corner) if you want to view full screen, FaceTime switches to Picture in Picture mode.
- Anybody can drag the FaceTime window to a different corner and pinch it out or in to make it smaller or bigger
Control playback during SharePlay
- Everyone can control playback, so they can pause, play, fast-forward, or rewind and it will sync across everyone’s devices.
- Tap the close button
- You can end playback for everyone using SharePlay or just you
Don’t hesitate to take a look at this video How to use SharePlay on iPhone or iPad | Apple Support
Pro tip : Some apps that support SharePlay requires subscription
Whether you’re coordinating household chores, planning a big event, or sharing your shopping list, Apple’s Reminders app is an incredible tool for organizing your life. However, its true power lies in the ability to share these lists with others, turning a personal task manager into a collaborative powerhouse.
We promise it’s simpler than you might think! So whether you’re an iPhone enthusiast, an iPad devotee, or an iPod touch user, we got you covered. Let’s dive right in!
- In a list, tap the more button that is located in the top-right corner
- Tap in Add People
Share a Reminders list
- Choose how to send the invite, either Messages or Email.
Add and delete items
- When the list is shared, you and your friends can add and delete items or mark them as completed
Now, we will dive into the fascinating world of wireless communication technology. AirPlay, an innovative technology developed by Apple Inc., has revolutionized the way we stream and share content across devices. Whether you’re a tech enthusiast looking to stay updated with the latest trends, or you’re just curious about how you can maximize your Apple devices’ potential. So sit back, relax, and let’s journey together into the ins and outs of AirPlay.
Airplay is a feature that helps Apple users to enjoy videos, music and photos from their Apple devices. You can see movies, TV shows, home videos and photos on a bigger screen. Also, you can send videos and photos directly to an Apple TV connected to your television. Here’s a detailed walkthrough on using it:
- Look for the AirPlay button in your favorite app and tap on it
- Choose what you want to watch
- If you need to make a pause, fast forward or rewind it you can use the controls on your Apple device
You can also send music and podcasts, for that, follow this steps
- Look for the AirPlay audio button in the apps, it can be in the lock screen or in Control Center
- Tap it to send audio to compatible speakers or wireless headphones
Note: If you have more than one AirPlay2 enabled speaker including HomePod, you can play music on multiple speakers all in sync or play different songs in the different rooms.
If you prefer to share a presentation, website or spreadsheet, you can use Screen Mirroring that will let you share what’s on your device’s display with a bigger screen. Look for the Screen Mirroring button in the Control Center on your iPad or iPhone or even in the menu bar for your mac.