Easy-to-Follow Video Tutorials for the Mac, iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple TV​

Dan's Tutorials​

Dan's Tutorials

Helping people learn more about their Apple devices through video tutorials, webinars, and classes.

Over 1,800 Lessons

I have over 1,800 Lessons for the Mac, iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. These lessons are designed to be easy-to-follow and range from a short 3 minutes to some being over 10 minutes. I add more videos on a regular basis. These videos are based off tips I find around the web to members submissions asking me how something works.

Live Online Classes & Webinars

I host online classes and webinars on a regular basis. These events are held through Zoom and cover a wide range of subjects. Past classes have covered Keynote, Pages, Spark Mail, organizing your photos, and using Apple Tech when Traveling. Webinars are usually in the format of an Ask Me Anything (AMA).

Apple News from Multiple Sources

I aggregate news from various Apple related websites including Apple's News Room, Daring Fireball by John Gruber, Six Colors by Jason Snell, iMore, and others. When you use my site for a search, it includes over 10,000 articles from these sources, so you can easily search multiple sites from one site.

Groups & Discussions

New to the site are groups dedicated to special interests, such as photography or Apps and Software. These groups are a place to ask questions and share tips on a specific topic. These groups not only include a simple news feed, but you can create discussions around a specifc topic.

Worldwide Membership

I have happy members from around the world. Of course the majority of my members are from the United States, as that is where I am from, but I also have members from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, France, New Zealand, and Switzerland, India, and more.

Supporting Small Business

When you become a member, you are helping support a small business owned by my wife and I. It is run out of our house where I use our spare bedroom as my office and studio. I create the tutorials, host the classes and meetings, I design and update the website, all from my Mac, iPad, and iPhone.

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Jun 08, 2023

Post-WWDC Webinar: Exploring the Latest Apple Updates and Advancements

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New And Updated Lessons​

Here are my latest tips and lessons I've added and updated.


How to Use Safari’s Reading List on your iPhone

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to use the Reading List in Safari on your iPhone. Discover how to add, view, and remove articles, as well as save them for offline reading and sync across your iCloud-enabled devices.


Find out what’s changed in your Favorite iPad Apps!

Are you curious about the changes made to your favorite apps? Want to stay up to date with the latest updates and new features? Learn how with just a few taps!


3 Easy Tips for Organizing your Folders in the Mac’s Dock

In this tutorial, we’ll delve into the intricacies of Dock organization for folders in the Dock, providing you with the tools to take your Mac productivity to the next level. From list view to fan view, we’ll cover it all, exploring the various view options available for folders in the Dock.


Manage your Reading List in Safari on the iPad

In this video, we’ll dive into Safari’s Reading List and show you how to mark articles to read later. Once marked, you can easily find them in the reading list. I’ll also show you how to access them even when you don’t have an internet connection!


How to Zip and Unzip Files on the iPad

Learn how to easily zip and unzip files on your iPad using the built-in compression tools in the Files App. This tutorial will guide you through the process of creating a zip file and extracting files from a zip file, all through the iPad’s Files App.


How to Use Multiple Desktops with Spaces

In this video tutorial, you will learn how to use the Virtual Desktops or Spaces feature on your Mac, which is almost like having multiple monitors. You’ll be able to create and switch between spaces, move windows and files between spaces, rearrange spaces, and use key commands to navigate between them, making you more productive and organized on your Mac.

News from Around the Web

Find some of the latest Apple news from various sources below. Links open in a new window to the resepctive website.


Apple Podcasts has a slightly refreshed interface in iOS 17

Unlike watchOS 10, which has a completely new interface, iOS 17 has kept the same design language as previous versions of iOS. But even without …


iPadOS 17 feature roundup: Interactive widgets, custom Lock Screen, Health app, more

Apple didn’t spend much time on iPadOS 17, but there are several new features coming to the platform, plus almost everything from iOS 17 is …


macOS Sonoma lets developers port Windows games to the Mac, here’s how it works

One of the new features in macOS Sonoma is Game Mode, which Apple claims improves gaming performance on Apple Silicon Macs. But there’s something else …

Six Colors

WWDC 2023: watchOS 10’s redesign

Though all of Apple’s operating systems got attention during this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, watchOS 10 got perhaps the biggest overhaul, not only changing fundamental …


What Intel Macs aren’t getting in macOS Sonoma

As Apple prioritizes features for Apple Silicon, Intel machines are going to be left behind. For macOS Sonoma, there are five key features missing for …

Six Colors

Eyes (and head) on with the Apple Vision Pro

Yes, I’ve worn it. One of the advantages of being present at Apple Park for WWDC 2023 was that I got to experience—after having my …


Apple and tvOS 17 bring FaceTime to the Apple TV with Continuity Camera

The tvOS 17 is going to use your iPhone as a webcam. This post was originally published on this site


Apple CarPlay will finally let you ‘pass the AUX’ with iOS 17 later this year

Apple’s iOS 17 is going to make it easier for people to share music-choosing duties when using CarPlay. This post was originally published on this …

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