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How to use iCloud Keychain on iPhone, iPad & Mac

How to use iCloud Keychain on iPhone, iPad & Mac

In this post, I’ll show you how to use iCloud Keychain on your Apple devices.

As explained in my previous post, iCloud Keychain is a good place to start if:

  • you exclusively use Safari for web browsing

  • your online footprint is limited to a few accounts

  • you only need to manage login and credit card information

Overview of 3 password managers for iPhone, iPad & Mac

Overview of 3 password managers for iPhone, iPad & Mac

In this post, I’ll review three password managers that can be used on iPhone, iPad and Mac.

Please note that to take advantage of the apps mentioned later on, you'll need at least the following versions of the operating system:

  • iOS 9 on iPhone/iPad

  • OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) on your Mac (preferably 10.10 Yosemite and up)

How to prevent unauthorised access to your Apple account

How to prevent unauthorised access to your Apple account

In this post, I will show you how to strengthen the security of your Apple account with Two-Factor Authentication.

This tip is useful if:

  1. You're not using Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) or Two-Step Verification (2SV) yet

  2. You want to prevent anyone from accessing your Apple account even if they guess or acquire your password.

How to write an e-mail across multiple Apple devices

How to write an e-mail across multiple Apple devices

In this post, I will show you how to start an email (or a reply) on one Apple device and continue/finish it on another one.

In Apple's jargon, this feature is called "Handoff" and it works with various applications besides Mail, like Safari, Messages, etc.

My 3 main takeaways from the Apple Keynote on June 5, 2017

My 3 main takeaways from the Apple Keynote on June 5, 2017

Between 5 June and 9 June 2017, Apple is holding its annual worldwide developer conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California.

For one week, more the 5,000 developers from more than 70 countries get to meet and discover new features that Apple has been working on over the past 12 months, both in hardware and software.

In case you don't know, the first day is always kicked off with a presentation called the "Keynote", during which Tim Cook, (the CEO) and his team paint a picture of what is coming up in the world of Apple.

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