If something does go wrong, backups can save your bacon, but only if they’re actually working. So take a few minutes to make sure you can restore files…
How would you get your work done if your Mac died today and you had to wait for it to be repaired or for a replacement to arrive? We offer a few suggestions aimed at getting you thinking about how to respond to such a disaster.
To go forward—to macOS Catalina or iOS 13—you must back up. Before you press the install button for either, make sure you’ve backed up your Mac or iOS device. Here’s how:
When you’re ready, move the old iOS backup folder to the Trash.
Apple’s new T2 encryption chip makes data recovery from new MacBook Pros harder, and the release of macOS 10.14 Mojave and iOS 12 make backups all the more essential. Read on to learn how: