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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Explore the full potential of my website with my guided tour! I will take you through all the features and benefits of the site, ensuring that you make the most out of your online experience. ​

New And Updated Lessons​

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


How to Easily Close All Your Open Tabs in Safari

Learn how to easily close all your open tabs in Safari on your iPhone with this step-by-step tutorial. Discover multiple methods to close tabs, including how to keep a single tab open while closing all others and how to set your Safari browser to automatically close tabs after a certain amount of time.


3 Ways to Remove the Background in a Photo

In this video, I demonstrate 3 different ways to remove the background from a photo on a Mac: using the Photos app, using the Preview app, or directly from the Finder using a Quick Action.


Creating PDFs on a Mac: Two Easy Methods

PDF files are essential for sharing and reading documents and preserving their formatting. Learn how your Mac can easily export or print any file as a PDF using two methods: exporting or printing and selecting “Save as PDF” from the PDF dropdown menu.


Save time typing text and Emojis on your Mac with Text Replacement!

Learn about Text Replacement on the Mac. With this feature, you can save time typing by setting up text replacement for phrases and even emojis. The tutorial covers how to set up text replacement in System Settings and how to combine it with emojis. Let’s get started!


Mastering Safari’s Reading Features

In this class, I gave a rundown of Safari’s Reading features that are designed to make it easier for you to read articles and web pages. We checked out how these features work on the Mac, iPad, and iPhone.


Close All Open Tabs in Safari on the iPad

Learn how to quickly close all open tabs in Safari on your iPad with these simple tips. The process involves tapping and holding the Tab button, then selecting “Close All Tabs.” You can also close tabs individually and set Safari to automatically close tabs after a certain amount of time.

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Explore the full potential of my website with my guided tour! I will take you through all the features and benefits of the site, ensuring that you make the most out of your online experience.

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Gift a Membership!

Over the years I’ve had numerous requests for gifting memberships. I’ve tried several options, but they all seemed a bit on the clunky side. I …

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New Website Design!

I gave my website a new look with new features! My goal in this redesign was to simplify the site.

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.


AutoCAD and Autodesk Maya for macOS now run natively on Apple Silicon Macs

It’s been almost three years since Apple announced the transition from Intel Macs to Apple Silicon. Since then, many developers have updated their apps to …


Netflix Games may come to TVs, use iPhone as a controller

A report suggests Netflix is working on a feature that will bring its games to smart TV platforms and could enable players to use their …


3 reasons why iOS 16.4 is a bigger update than you think

Macworld When it comes to iOS “point release” updates, there are those that don’t seem to change much and those that bring a bunch of …


Check out BLUETTI’s new AC60 solar generator and B80 battery – its most portable combo to date

The portable power experts at BLUETTI have unveiled their latest product to help provide sustainable energy for all. Fans of the brand will soon be …


Lost Apple Watch spends a night in the ocean, found in working condition

An Apple Watch takes a dive without its owner but is recovered a day later and returned without damage thanks to Lost Mode. Apple Watch …


Now that WWDC is official, time has all but run out for a spring Apple event

Macworld This weekend the U.K. celebrated (if that’s the correct word) the beginning of British Summer Time, while U.S. daylight saving time began a fortnight …


Here’s what’s new in iOS 16.5, iPadOS 16.5, macOS 13.4, watchOS 9.5, and tvOS 16.5

Apple has released the first betas of the next round of iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV software updates. This post was originally …

Apple Newsroom

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference returns June 5

Apple announced it will host its Worldwide Developers Conference in an online format June 5-9, with a special in-person event at Apple Park on June …


Apple announces WWDC 2023 for June 5 — ‘our biggest and most exciting yet’

Apple has confirmed that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference will take place on June 5 through June 9 in person at Apple Park. This post …

Apple Newsroom

Apple Gangnam will welcome first customers this Friday, March 31 in South Korea

Apple celebrates the dynamic Gangnam District with a special Today at Apple session featuring K-pop group NewJeans.This post was originally published on this site

Six Colors

iOS and macOS’s Passwords feature needs an app ↦

Panic co-founder Cabel Sasser writing at his blog: In my dumble opinion, Apple should: • Break Passwords out into a standalone app, with an actual …

Apple Newsroom

Apple introduces Apple Pay Later

Apple today introduced Apple Pay Later, which allows users to split purchases into four payments, spread over six weeks with no interest and no fees.This …

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