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Apple has not yet made a formal announcement regarding its plans for the channel going forward, but it seems it could lend itself to a variety of tutorial videos, including those for non-iOS devices in the future, if it chose.

Apple launched a new YouTube channel on Tuesday with short videos on iPhone tips and tricks. All these social media branches concerning the problem solving platform for consumers are directly linked to the official site of Apple Support.

A couple of the videos from the channel are included below, these include videos like how to take a screenshot on your iPhone or iPad, how to change your wallpaper and how to delete photos.

Google Docs, Google Slides, and Google Sheets have been updated to make the interface of the apps work properly with the iPhone X. The updated apps also enable the drag-and-drop feature for the iPad. Apple has set up a dedicated YouTube channel to provide assistance to users about basic tasks that they can do with Apple devices like the iPhone and iPad.

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The videos are up to two minutes in duration and feature written instructions on the left side of the screen and a demonstration on the right side. This new feature implemented in WhatsApp uses the Picture in Picture concept to view YouTube videos without opening it.

This YouTube support channel is a subsidiary of the main channel of Apple where all the promotional videos and advertisements are posted first.

It is interesting to see how eminent companies are willing to step forward and accommodate their users no matter how much they claim their products to be user-friendly and easy to use.

Apple's been making a lot of these handy videos lately.

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