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  1. How to make an anonymous call from your iPhone

    If you want to make a call but don’t want to let the giant marketing company / slightly weird stranger…

  2. How to use Apple Maps more effectively

    While we wait for Apple to implement its promised deep changes to Map…

  3. 7 things to consider before buying an aftermarket CarPlay receiver

    Most new vehicles are equipped with Bluetooth technology…

  4. Check to see if your older Mac Pro supports macOS Mojave Dark Mode

    Apple has already informed developers of which Mac hardware will be supported under macOS Mojave…

  5. How to use Live Listen with Apple’s AirPods

    Your AirPods can function as hearing aids thanks to ‘Live Listen’ in iOS 12…

  6. How to free up space on your Mac

    Apple added new tools in 2016 with the release of macOS Sierra…

  7. The best Kodi add-ons for Mac in 2018 and how to stay safe

    The open-source media center software Kodi has been around for years, providing countless users with a fast and easy-to-use platform…

  8. How to use Apple’s new Continuity Camera feature in macOS Mojave

    In macOS Mojave, Apple has extended its Continuity features so that now you can use your iPhone or iPad’s camera…

  9. How to share Animoji or Memoji to any social network

    You don’t have to keep Animoji confined to iMessage conversations…

  10. How to run Fortnite on your Macintosh

    So, you want to play Fortnite on Mac…

  11. How to install Kodi on your Mac

    Kodi is one of the most popular media center managers around….

  12. How to use Apple’s new Finder in macOS Mojave

    Finder, the file management app at the core of macOS, has more or less stayed the same over the years…

  13. Why I’m excited for macOS Mojave’s Stacks feature

    The public beta of Apple macOS Mojave is here, and as a person who struggles with a messy desktop…

  14. Apple TV first gen: Apple’s improper abandonment and what to do

    Apple left the 1st Generation Apple TV behind as of May 25, 2018…

  15. How to turn off System Integrity Protection in macOS

    System Integrity Protection (SIP) is a security feature of macOS originally introduced in OS X El Capitan…

  16. How and why you should use text clippings on your Mac

    Mac users have been able to create and use text clippings since the last century and Mac OS 9…

  17. Is building a Hackintosh worth the effort?

    Macs can be expensive, but they work out of the box and we know that apps such as Final Cut Pro X…

  18. How to do a clean install of macOS High Sierra

    Downloading and installing a new OS gives you the opportunity to do some major house cleaning if you so desire…

  19. How to prepare your Mac for the macOS Mojave public beta

    As soon as the macOS Mojave beta goes public, it is open to anyone willing to…

  20. Macworld reviews LifeFlix 2.5: Your old Mini-DV camcorder’s new best friend

    If you shot home videos between 1995 and 2010, there’s a good chance you did so with a tape-based Mini-DV camcorder…

  21. A bug in Apple Mac’s ‘Quick Look’ feature leaks encrypted data, researchers find

    A bug in macOS can expose the contents of a user’s files, including document text and photo thumbnails…

  22. How to set up your home network for many Apple TVs, Macs, iPhones, and iPads

    Maybe you can get away with a single Wi-Fi basestation, if you have modest needs, but…

  23. iOS 12 beta: Should you install it?

    There’s a hack floating around the internet on how to get the iOS 12 beta today…

  24. Here are all of the new iOS 12 Settings you should know about

    Almost every cool new iOS feature comes with a settings component that you can tweak and iOS 12 is no exception,…

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