It’s common to want to share files, photos and other data between your devices—or with friends and family. When the person or device isn’t nearby, it’s easiest to use Messages or Mail. But if you want to move a file between two of your Macs, from your iPhone to your Mac or to your friend who’s across… Continue reading How to Use AirDrop to Share Files, Photos and other Data between Apple Devices
Apple’s Child Protection Features Apple’s child protection features for iOS and iPadOS have been in the news lately. We’ve seen a lot of misinformation spreading on social media about how Apple is scanning photos, privacy related to user’s photos and about how Apple treats photos stored in iCloud. In this article, we explain what changes… Continue reading Apple’s Child Protection Features: Frequently Asked Questions
You’ve probably seen information about the dispute between Apple and Facebook about App Tracking Transparency (ATT). ATT is a technology Apple released in iOS 14.5. ATT helps protect your online privacy. Take Action for Online Privacy If you are concerned about your privacy, you’ll want to take action on this! ATT gives iPhone and iPad… Continue reading Apple Protects Your Online Privacy: Learn About App Tracking Transparency
Apple Worldwide Developer Conference Updates and New Apple Features At its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote on June 7th, Apple shared details about what we can expect to see later this year in macOS 12 Monterey, iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, tvOS 15 and HomePod Software 15. It was a firehose of announcements and information about new Apple features, but one… Continue reading Apple Worldwide Developer Conference: New Apple Features for macOS 12, iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 Updates
Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event was indeed loaded with announcements, including the M1-based 24-inch iMac, M1-based iPad Pro, AirTag item tracker, updated Apple TV 4K with redesigned Siri Remote, and more. Learn more!
Learn how to choose your preferred default web browser and email app in iOS and iPadOS 14 & an important security update notice.
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Should you upgrade to macOS 11 Big Sur? There’s no need to do so yet, but it should be safe for most people, so if you’re excited about the new look and the new features, this is a good time to upgrade. Read on for our pre- and post-upgrade tasks.
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