Top 10 Apple tips

In iOS 13 you can now scan documents right inside of the files app.

Just scroll up, tap “...” and “Scan document”

After recording an Animoji, you can swipe between different ones. The facial recording can be used between all Animojis without recording again if you’d like to change that marvelous chicken lip sync to a unicorn.

You can press the power button to stop screen recording so that the Control Center doesn’t appear at the end of the video.

And the notification about the video being saved in the Photos app will be displayed on the cover sheet right after.

If you're going to take a photo with the sole intention of sending it via iMessage (and then immediately deleting it from Photos), use the camera functionality built in to iMessage; it doesn't save the pic to your camera roll.

Better organize your dock by adding blank spaces between your apps.

See here!I try to stay really organized in my Dock, and that starts with creating chunks of apps that fit a similar category. This is really easily done by following these instructions:1. Open Terminal2. Type defaults write persistent-apps -array-add '{"tile-type"="spacer-tile";}'3. Hit Enter4. Type killall Dock5. Hit EnterAnd that's it! You should see a blank space in your Dock that you can drag around wherever you want. You can do this as many times as you want. I usually even add one at the very end to separate the apps that are currently open but not kept in my Dock.

You can rent many books for free through the Kindle app on iOS and macOS if you have a library card.

Download the Libby app: on your iOS device, sign in with your library card, and browse books. Once you have rented the book, it will be available on all of your devices with the Kindle app installed.

When taking photos of tall structures, use the panoramic mode but turn your phone horizontal.

Discovered this while doing a lot of hiking. Has a cool effect for capturing mountains, buildings, etc.

Sharing Between PC and iOS using SMB and Files app.

How to Use Apple Music

Using Apple Music is pretty simple. Once you have subscribed to the app, use the search bar to find your favorite tracks or playlists of favorite singers/band. Apple will suggest more similar music and bands based on your listening habits. There are five tabs at the bottom. One is Library where you will find your created or added playlists and songs, For You for recommended music, Browse for a curated list of playlists by genres by Apple team, and Radio for endless music sessions. Search is self-explanatory.

Selecting multiple photos without tapping individually.

I found a neat trick that might not be well known to a majority of users. Instead of tapping an individual photo, you can hold your finger over one photo and then move your finger left or right. I prepared a gfycat video to show you what I mean. Hopefully this helps!