At its California Streaming event, Apple introduced the new iPhone 13 lineup, the Apple Watch Series 7, a redesigned iPad mini, and an upgraded iPad. Read on for details and our upgrade recommendations:
Apple is releasing macOS 12 Monterey, iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15. We take a brief look at the features worth upgrading for and suggest when to upgrade each of your Apple devices.
To reduce the chance of missing an important message, consider making a “ham filter.”
Apple’s recently announced expanded protections for child safety have generated a firestorm of criticism and confusion. We attempt to answer some of the most common questions we’ve received.
iOS 14 and Big Sur let you sort each list independently. Your choices even sync across all your devices!
If you want to separate photos from videos, identify which images in an album have been edited, or pick out just the ones you’ve favorited, this tip can help.
Which Mac is the best for a new college student? Short answer: the M1 MacBook Air. Read on for the longer explanation and how we recommend configuring it.
The easiest way of trashing a file in the Finder or a picture in Photos is simpler that you may know. But be careful, and read this…
Apple’s AirDrop lets you easily share photos and files with nearby Apple users and devices. Our article explains how to use this helpful feature with the Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
Most Apple Watch users charge their watch every night, putting it on a charger as part of a bedtime routine. But it can do even more on your nightstand…
Password managers are essential, but you must still remember and enter some passcodes and passwords. Read on for our advice on how to create ones that are secure, memorable, and easy to type.
Some clients have reported problems with HP laser printers failing to print. Sometimes there’s an error. Other times, the print job just disappears into the ether. Try this to fix the issue…
The scourge of ransomware isn’t yet common on the Mac, but it makes sense to prepare for the possibility—before your organization is hit with a ransom demand. Read on for our advice on how to protect your systems:
The most important ones to disable when not in use are Screen Sharing, File Sharing, Remote Login, Remote Management, and Remote Apple Events.
Have a safer 2021 with New Year’s resolutions that will help you secure your devices, avoid email and text scams, and stay safe from malware, as well as benefit from the security and ease-of-use of password managers, which can even fill in passwords for iPhone apps.