How to report fraud on Apple Card

Apple Card report fraud

Apple Card has proven to be one of the most successful credit card launches in history. Security and privacy are touted as two of the most important features of Apple Card. But like any payment account, unauthorized or fraudulent transactions are possible. Should the physical Apple Card be lost or stolen, it's a good idea to lock your account to prevent charges.

Are the AirPods Pro waterproof?

AirPods Pro

AirPods Pro are water resistant, with an IPX4 rating. This means they are rated to resist splashing water.

Sweating during a workout or a few drops of rain shouldn't be a problem for AirPods Pro. However, this does not mean they are completely waterproof. AirPods Pro are not designed for underwater use, or for water sports such as swimming.

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How to use Finder to share files between your Mac and iPhone

How to use Finder to share files between your Mac and iPhone or iPad.

With macOS Catalina, iTunes file sharing no longer exists, in fact iTunes is gone altogether. Instead, you can share and synch files with your iOS devices directly through Finder. Of course you can still use iCloud Drive and AirDrop for file sharing, and those options are probably what you will use most of the time since they are quicker and easier, but this option exists nonetheless. Here's how to do it on your Mac running macOS Catalina or later:

Apple launches AirPods Pro with noise cancellation

AirPods Pro

Apple quietly published a press release announcing the long-rumored AirPods Pro wireless earphones. Not only are the upgraded AirPods Pro official, they are launching on Wednesday, October 30th. Apple detailed the design and features of the AirPods Pro, as well as their cost. The new design offers "truly immersive sound" along with Active Noise Cancellation and silicone ear tips for optimized fit.

How to use Find My on your Mac to locate your iPhone and iPad

How to use Find My on your Mac to locate your iPhone and iPad

iOS 13 merged Find My iPhone and Find My Friends into one app simply called Find My. macOS Catalina now introduces Find My to Mac, which is useful in case you lose your iPhone and you don't have an iPad - you'll be able to go to your laptop (or desktop) to locate it, even if it is offline.

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