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Brett’s iTip: If you need to include an image in your email signature on your iPhone or iPad, the built-in signature tool doesn’t let you do that. The easiest workaround is to create the signature in another app like Notes, Drafts, or TextExpander complete with the image, and then copy & paste that signature into your email message.
Jeff’s iTip: When a HomePod or HomePod mini is in a stereo pair, only one speaker talks to you, the left one. But it isn’t always easy to tell which one is designated as Left, and that might not be the one that you want to speak Siri’s responses. To change which one that is, tap and hold the top of the HomePod that you select to make the HomePod listen for a command and then say “Turn on Siri.”