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.
It’s tempting to buy cheap Lightning and USB-C cables, but it can be a false economy if that inexpensive cable fries your iPhone or MacBook. Read on for more about how to keep your cables working for the long run.
We’ve all had it happen. “Can I use your Mac for a minute to check my email?” The answer can be “Yes,” here’s how to do it safely.
Use Medical ID to save your important health information. Medical ID helps first responders access your critical medical information from the Lock screen, without needing your passcode.
You’re at your Mac, doing some working as normal, and you visit on a site you have been to many times before. But then you get a pop-up. And not just any pop-up, but a warning message that says your computer is suddenly compromised. Usually phrases like “virus detected” and “suspicious activity” are part of the warning. Panic begins, what can you do about this? Luckily that dialog has a phone number on it you can call to help you sort things out. For a fee, of course.