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New in iOS 14.5 is a privacy-protecting feature called App Tracking Transparency, which forces apps to ask you for permission to track your activities across other apps and websites. Learn more about why you should never allow tracking here.
Read this article to learn all the ways you can use multiple apps at the same time on an iPad running the new iPadOS 13.

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Share Files, Photos, and other Data between Apple Devices with AirDrop

Share Files, Photos, and other Data between Apple Devices with AirDrop

Apple’s AirDrop lets you easily share photos and files with nearby Apple users and devices. Our article explains how to use this helpful feature with the Mac, iPhone, and iPad

Reduce Your Email Load with Three Features in Apple’s Mail: Mute, Block, and Unsubscribe

Reduce Your Email Load with Three Features in Apple’s Mail: Mute, Block, and Unsubscribe

Email overload may be a fact of life, but Apple has provided three features in Mail that can reduce some of the load: muting, blocking, and unsubscribing. Start using them today with the instructions here.

AirTags: Everything you need to know

AirTags: Everything you need to know

Apple’s new AirTags are great for finding your keys or bag, but they also come with some security and privacy implications—someone could try to track you with a hidden AirTag. Read on to learn how Apple helps you detect such a problem