Rajesh Pandey, author at Cult of Mac

View saved Wi-Fi network passwords on iPhone and Mac [Pro Tip]

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It is easier than you think to view saved Wi-Fi passwords on your iPhone or Mac.
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Your iPhone automatically syncs the details of any Wi-Fi network you join with other devices linked to your Apple ID. Thanks to this handy feature, your Mac or other Apple devices will seamlessly join that network without you doing anything. And iOS also makes it easy to share Wi-Fi passwords with other people who are using iPhones or iPads. You can even turn your home’s Wi-Fi password into a QR code for easy sharing.

However, there will be situations when you need to retrieve a Wi-Fi password for sharing with friends who don’t use an iPhone. When that’s the case, follow the steps below to discover the password of a saved Wi-Fi network on your iPhone or Mac.

Apple’s super-expensive Pro Display XDR gets a $300 discount

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Apple's Pro Display XDR is impressive but very, very expensive.
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Looking to buy Apple’s 32-inch Pro Display XDR? Amazon is taking a whopping $300 off the stunning display, reducing the hole the purchase would otherwise make in your wallet.

With an MRP of $4,999, the Pro Display XDR is an expensive piece of tech. But you can take advantage of the deal on Amazon to get the display for $4,699.99.

1Password 8 for iOS is about to get much better

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Universal search will soon make a comeback in 1Password 8.
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1Password is among the best password managers for iOS, and it is about to get even better. Putting a pause on adding new features, 1Password developers have announced several improvements to the app’s fundamentals.

Last year, AgibleBits released 1Password 8 with a new home screen and additional customization options. Based on user feedback, the company is further improving some of these features.

M1 iPad Air looks irresistible after a $99 discount

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Don't miss this amazing deal on the M1 iPad Air.
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Apple’s excellent M1 iPad Air is down to its lowest price of $499.99 on Amazon after a $99 discount. This is the same price the tablet was available for during last year’s Black Friday.

You can get a similar $99 off on the 256GB and cellular variants of the M1 iPad Air.

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Foldable iPad with carbon-fiber kickstand could launch in 2024

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Are you ready for a foldable iPad?
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Apple’s rumored foldable iPad could feature a carbon-fiber kickstand. While expensive, carbon fiber is durable and would help keep the device’s weight in check.

TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo thinks the foldable iPad might launch in 2024 with an all-new design.

App Store prices going up in the UK and other countries in February 2023

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App Store prices will soon go up in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Colombia, Egypt, and a few other countries. The hike will come into effect starting February 13, 2023.

The changes will apply to both prices of apps and in-app purchases (IAP). Recurring subscriptions are not affected, though.

Leaked Apple documents confirm iPhone 15 Pro to feature Wi-Fi 6E and A17 Bionic

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The differences between the regular and Pro iPhones will only increase with iPhone 15.
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A leaked internal Apple document confirms the company will adopt Wi-Fi 6E on this year’s iPhones. However, only the iPhone 15 Pro lineup will support the faster Wi-Fi standard.

The internal document shows the antenna architecture of devices codenamed “D8x” (the iPhone 15 Pro) and “D8y” (the regular iPhone 15).

Save big on Apple’s Studio Display with up to $300 discount

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Now is your chance to save up to $300 on the Apple Studio Display.
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If you have been eyeing Apple’s Studio Display for a while but choking on the $1,599 price, Amazon has currently discounted it by an amazing $300.

Post the discount, you can get the Studio Display for $1,299, saving 19% from the regular cost.

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M1 iMac is cheaper than even after a massive $200 discount

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Save big on Apple's 2021 iMac.
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Apple’s entry-level M1 iMac is down to its lowest price of $1,099.99 after a massive $200 discount. The machine carries an MSRP of $1,299.

You can get a similar $200 discount on the 8-core M1 variant, dropping its price to $1,299.99 after a $200 off.

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