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Never Lose that File on Your Desktop! Customize an Icon

Do you have a document that you open regularly, perhaps from your Desktop? Do you sometimes waste time searching for it and wish there were an easy way for it to stand out? Did you know you can create a custom icon? This was common practice on the Mac back in the day, and it’s still possible… Continue reading Never Lose that File on Your Desktop! Customize an Icon ...

How to Use Apple Wallet

Leave home without your wallet - on purpose! Learn how to use Apple Wallet to digitally store credit and debit cards, store cards, membership cards and even cash — at least Apple Pay! ...

AirPods Can Help Improve Your Hearing

What’s that? Can’t hear as well as you’d like? Your AirPods can help! ...

How to Invest in Your Life

How to invest in your life, thoughts on the future of technology and more fun facts from our very own founder of arobasegroup, David Linton, the highest certified Apple consultant in the Atlanta area. ...

How to Prevent Your Devices from Overheating

How hot is too hot for your iPhone and Mac? You may be surprised! ...

How to Autofill SMS Login Codes in iOS 12 and Mojave

Two-factor authentication provides a useful additional layer of security, but it can be a pain to use. With iOS 12 and Safari in Mojave, Apple has made it simple to autofill SMS-based login codes. Learn how: ...

When Will Your iPhone Replace Your Wallet?

When will you be able to use your iPhone and biometric data to get anywhere you want to go? The time is coming! ...

How to Spot a Counterfeit Cable

It’s tempting, but should you really purchase those cheap Lightning, USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 cables? Learn how to evaluate the cables and how to make sure they last! ...

How to Protect Your Mac’s Data

Want to share your computer, but not your data? Learn how to set up a “Guest User” on your computer. ...

An iPhone Hack You Can’t Do Without

You’ll want to know this quick iPhone hack to copy phone numbers. ...

Apple Issues Voluntary Recall for Certain 2015 15-inch MacBook Pro Units

Heads up! If you’re using an older 15-inch MacBook Pro—the version with lots of ports that predates the current Thunderbolt 3 models—Apple has started a recall program to replace batteries that could explode and catch on fire. ...

How to Quickly Check Battery Levels on Your iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods

Apple’s Batteries widget is a little known, very useful tool to check which of your small Apple devices is lowest on power. This can be particularly helpful if you are traveling and only have one charging cable. Learn how to access this tool. ...