Apple releases macOS Mojave 10.14.5, which includes ZombieLoad fix for Intel CPUs

Apple on Monday released version 10.14.5 of macOS Mojave, an OS update with a few fixes, but the main new features are AirPlay 2 support and a patch for the ZombieLoad vulnerability.With AirPlay 2, your Mac will be able to share videos, photos, music, and other items to AirPlay-enable devices, such as TVs.Also included in the update: An Apple … [Read more...]

Still using Apple’s Aperture? Your time is running out

Five years ago, Apple stopped development on Aperture and iPhoto, two apps made for photo management, the former being the professional app and the latter the app for general consumers. Apple replaced those apps with Photos, but you could still run the older apps, and Aperture users were more likely to stick with Aperture.However, Apple recently … [Read more...]

21.5-inch 3.0GHz 6-core Core i5 iMac (2019) review: New all-in-one stands out in multi-core performance


Apple seems to have settled into a groove with a two-year update cycle for the iMac. The latest iteration of the company’s all-in-one desktop computer comes nearly two years after the previous release—and the 2017 iMac came two years after its predecessor. Updates to the processor, RAM, and graphics card are in the spotlight for Apple’s newest … [Read more...]

Apple’s Clips iOS app gets new posters, titles and captions, and ClassKit support

Apple on Tuesday released an update to its Clips app for the iPhone and iPad. Clips is designed to let users create short videos, slideshows, and school projects that can be shared through Messages on iOS or on social media.Version 2.0.6 is now available in the App Store. According to Apple’s release notes, these are the new features. Use the new … [Read more...]

Apple updates iMac with 8th and 9th generation Intel Core processors

Following Monday’s news of new iPads, Apple on Tuesday revealed upgrades for its iMac lineup, featuring eighth-generation Intel Core processors in the standard configurations, with the option to upgrade to a ninth-generation processor.The price points of the standard configuration models remain unchanged. Apple is currently taking orders from the … [Read more...]

The iPhone SE is available on Apple’s online Clearance Products store


Apple’s iPhone SE disappeared from the iPhone lineup last fall, when the company introduced the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. But it keeps reappearing in Apple’s online Clearance store. It’s back again, and who knows how long inventory will last.You can’t find the iPhone SE at the retail Apple Store, though you may be able to find one at a carrier … [Read more...]

Report: Apple to hold new product event on March 25

We've been waiting for Apple to announce a spring event this year, as the company often makes at least one major announcement before its Worldwide Developers Conference in the summer. According to BuzzFeed’s John Paczkowski, we could be hearing about a spring event soon. Paczkowski reports that Apple is working on an event for March 25, which will … [Read more...]

Apple releases macOS 10.14.3 update

Apple on Tuesday release an update to macOS Mojave. Version 10.14.3 is now available, though Apple’s notes on the update don’t offer much detail. The notes state the following:This update improves the security, stability, and compatibility of your Mac and includes the following enterprise content: When making a file-sharing connection that uses a … [Read more...]

Which Watch? How to pick the Apple Watch that’s right for you

Picking an Apple Watch used to be a little complicated, with various different case materials, bands, and style. Now, Apple has become more focused with the Apple Watch, which means that the selection process is a lot easier than before. Now, the case materials, bands, and style are characteristics of the models Apple offers.Apple offers four … [Read more...]

Thunderbolt 3 adapter guide: How to connect an iPhone, display, hard drive, and more to a MacBook Pro or MacBook Air

The new MacBook Pro comes with two or four external ports, depending on the model you pick. And the new MacBook Air has a pair of ports. But those ports are only of one type: Thunderbolt 3, which is compatible with USB-C.But you probably have devices that use USB-A, Thunderbolt 1, Thunderbolt 2, DisplayPort, HDMI, or something else. How do you … [Read more...]

macOS Mojave: Apple releases 10.14.1 update with support for Group FaceTime

Apple next major revision to its Macintosh operating system is called macOS Mojave. The company revealed the update at its 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference in June, and it features several user interface improvements to make the experience on the Mac better.In this FAQ, we’ll give you the general details on macOS Mojave: When it will be … [Read more...]

MacOS Mojave: What is Dynamic Desktop and how to use it


It’s easy to lose track of time when you’re working all day in front of your Mac. Before you know it, it’s the end of the day. With Dynamic Desktop, your Mac’s desktop picture adjusts accordingly with the time of day, so you have a better idea of how the day is going. IDG Here are the instructions for activating Dynamic Desktop in macOS Mojave.How … [Read more...]

MacOS Mojave: What is desktop Stacks and how to use it


The desktop is a convenient place to save files. You can get to the file you need quickly; it’s right there on the desktop, and you don’t need to sift through folders. Problem is, the desktop can get very cluttered, and your access efficiency diminishes every time you save a file to the desktop without removing one.The new desktop Stacks feature in … [Read more...]

iOS 12 and macOS Mojave: What is Continuity Camera and how to use it

Over the years, the task of digitizing printed photos and documents has gotten a lot easier. Scanners used to be main tool for the job, but now we have smartphone cameras. With Continuity Camera, you can use your iPhone or iPad to directly import photos or documents scans (like receipts) into a file that you’re creating on your Mac.How it works: … [Read more...]

How to create a bootable macOS Mojave installer drive

Whenever Apple releases a new version of macOS, I like to create a bootable USB installation drive. I test different Macs, and when I need to upgrade those machines, it’s a lot more efficient to plug in the USB installer drive and run the installer, than to log into the App Store, download the 6GB OS installer, and then run it.Because it’s so easy … [Read more...]

Apple will drop Back to My Mac in macOS Mojave. Here are some workarounds if you rely on it


With all the new features coming to macOS 10.14 Mojave, there’s actually one feature that’s going away when Apple officially releases the upgrade this fall: Back to My Mac.As pointed out by MacRumors, beta versions of Mojave started to alert users that Back to My Mac will end soon. An Apple support document (posted on August 9, 2018) confirms that … [Read more...]

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