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  1. New Mac malware hijacks web connections

    It can steal passwords, take screenshots, download files and programs, run other pieces of software and inject bogus security certificates…

  2. 10 hidden tricks that’ll make life with your iPhone X so much easier

    Apple’s iPhone X represents a massive departure from the company’s earlier smartphone models….

  3. How to easily check to see if Apple is throttling your iPhone

    Apple has been beyond deceitful for all this time and the company now faces more than a dozen lawsuits as a result…

  4. How Apple product users can protect themselves against Spectre and Meltdown CPU flaws

    Apple has confirmed that all Macs, iPhones, iPads and other devices…

  5. How to sell your old iPhone or iPad

    Maybe you got a new iPhone or iPad for Christmas…

  6. How to watch Netflix in 4K Ultra HD on your Mac

    Netflix has made its content available in 4K for some time now, but Mac users have been left out…

  7. How and where to replace your old, depreciated iPhone battery

    Apple has confirmed that processors used in the iPhone 6, 7, and SE are intentionally slowed down…

  8. How much iMac Pro memory do you need?

    The iMac Pro is now Apple’s biggest, baddest desktop computer….

  9. How to check if the battery in your iPhone may need to be replaced

    Once its cycle count has reached 500 complete charge cycles, your iPhone’s battery is considered consumed…

  10. Getting ready to update to Final Cut Pro X 10.4

    Final Cut Pro X 10.4 should soon be here. Now is the time to prepare…

  11. Which is better for file sharing, Apple’s iCloud Drive or Dropbox?

    iCloud Drive isn’t quite like Google Drive or Dropbox. As with most Apple digital and cloud services…

  12. 10 iPhone pro texting tips you’ll wish you’d known all along

    If your iPhone is constantly binging and buzzing and you are continually…

  13. The power of shooting RAW photographs on iPhone X

    I take a lot of photos. Usually I pack either a Sony A7R2 or a Leica M…

  14. How to allow remote access to your Mac

    You’ve probably had an instance where you are using a computer in one place and you need…

  15. No, you should not be routinely force closing apps on your iPhone and iPad

    Is force closing apps good for my iPhone? Is it actually bad for it?

  16. How to cut the cord with Apple TV 4K

    You don’t have to settle for paying $100 or more every month for 200 channels you never watch…

  17. Apple’s AirPlay 2: What it is, how it works, and which devices support it

    AirPlay has been with us for a long time…

  18. The first things you’ll want to try with your Apple Watch

    Here are some of the first things you’ll want to do with the brand new Apple Watch you’re hoping to get this season…

  19. Simple, 20-minute hack can dramatically improve Apple AirPods sound quality

    The AirPods experience is simply delightful in ways that fiddly Bluetooth headphones…

  20. Lock it down: The macOS security guide

    Malware is everywhere, and Macs are not immune…

  21. This cool tip will help iPhone X’s Face ID work flawlessly

    To borrow a phrase from the annals of Apple marketing, Face ID on the iPhone X…

  22. Apple’s Photos 3: Changes, new features and improvements

    Photos 3, part of macOS High Sierra, doesn’t bring much that’s truly new…

  23. How to use a virtual home button instead of the iPhone X’s gestures

    I’ve got no problem with the iPhone X’s new home indicator and its swiping gestures, but…

  24. How to make your iPhone X battery last a ridiculous amount of time

    A number of people, myself included, wish the iPhone X was a bit larger….

  25. The Apple iOS 11 privacy and security settings you should check

    By now, if you’re an iPhone owner, you’ve probably updated to iOS 11 by now…

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