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Pinch to Zoom in All Photos View in iOS 14

2020-12-08T13:56:48-05:00

Photos in iOS 14 provides four views of your library: Years, Months, Days, and All Photos. For the first three, Photos picks representative images that may not include particular shots you’re looking for. The All Photos view shows everything, but it can be overwhelming. What’s not apparent is that you can navigate All Photos more […]

Pinch to Zoom in All Photos View in iOS 142020-12-08T13:56:48-05:00

Did You Know That Your iPhone Can “Name That Tune”?

2020-12-08T13:56:27-05:00

Several years ago, Apple bought a company called Shazam, which made an app that identified songs by listening to the music playing nearby. Since then, Apple has built Shazam into Siri in iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS. Most recently, Apple added it to Control Center in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 as well, so you […]

Did You Know That Your iPhone Can “Name That Tune”?2020-12-08T13:56:27-05:00

Flash Is Dead—Uninstall Flash Player to Keep Your Mac Secure

2020-12-08T13:56:02-05:00

In July 2017, Adobe announced that it would stop distributing and updating Flash Player on December 31st, 2020. Web standards like HTML5 provide a viable alternative to Flash content, and organizations that relied on Flash have had three years to replace it. Because Adobe will no longer be addressing security vulnerabilities in Flash with updates, […]

Flash Is Dead—Uninstall Flash Player to Keep Your Mac Secure2020-12-08T13:56:02-05:00

What’s MDM, and Why Is It Useful for Organizations?

2020-12-08T13:55:33-05:00

MDM, or mobile device management, is the Apple-recommended way for organizations to set up, configure, and manage Apple devices. We look at some of the benefits for both organizations and employees in this article.

What’s MDM, and Why Is It Useful for Organizations?2020-12-08T13:55:33-05:00

Use These Settings to Show or Hide Filename Extensions

2020-12-08T13:52:41-05:00

On the Mac, nearly every file has an extension, a set of characters after a period that indicates what type of file it is and determines which app opens it. So, .png indicates a PNG graphic that opens in Preview by default, .pages denotes a Pages document, and .docx identifies a file as belonging to […]

Use These Settings to Show or Hide Filename Extensions2020-12-08T13:52:41-05:00

The Best Apple-Related Gifts for 2020

2020-12-08T13:54:50-05:00

Looking for the perfect gift for that special Apple user in your life? We have some suggestions for presents that anyone would appreciate.

The Best Apple-Related Gifts for 20202020-12-08T13:54:50-05:00

Want to Send Holiday Cards This Year? Try Building Them with Motif for Photos

2020-12-08T13:59:01-05:00

Looking to have your holiday cards printed with your own photos and greeting? Here’s how to make that happen from within Apple’s Photos app on the Mac, using the Motif Photos Project extension and service.

Want to Send Holiday Cards This Year? Try Building Them with Motif for Photos2020-12-08T13:59:01-05:00

How to Make Sure Your iPhone Doesn’t Make Noise in the Night

2020-12-08T13:51:46-05:00

You likely know that you can use Do Not Disturb to prevent random notifications on your iPhone from waking you at night—it’s easy to set a Do Not Disturb schedule for your usual sleeping hours. Another setting in there is important but often overlooked. If you ever use your iPhone during those Do Not Disturb […]

How to Make Sure Your iPhone Doesn’t Make Noise in the Night2020-12-08T13:51:46-05:00

Don’t Worry about an Occasional “Not Charging” Message on Your MacBook

2020-12-08T13:51:19-05:00

Starting with macOS 10.15.5 Catalina, Apple introduced a battery health management feature that improves your battery’s lifespan by adjusting charging patterns to reduce the rate at which the battery chemically ages. (Find it in System Preferences > Energy Saver > Battery Health.) One thing to be aware of with battery health management is that it […]

Don’t Worry about an Occasional “Not Charging” Message on Your MacBook2020-12-08T13:51:19-05:00
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