Filter What’s Showing in Photos to Focus on Specific Types

2021-09-08T09:11:12-04:00

You know you can make albums and smart albums in Photos, and do searches to find photos that contain particular objects. But what if you want to separate photos from videos, identify which images in an album have been edited, or pick out just the ones you’ve favorited? For that, use Photos’ filters. On the […]

Filter What’s Showing in Photos to Focus on Specific Types2021-09-08T09:11:12-04:00

Share Files, Photos, and other Data between Apple Devices with AirDrop

2021-09-08T09:09:40-04:00

It’s common to want to share files, photos, and other data between your devices—or with friends and family. When the desired person or device isn’t nearby, it’s easiest to use Messages or Mail. But what if you want to move a file between two of your Macs, from your iPhone to your Mac, or to […]

Share Files, Photos, and other Data between Apple Devices with AirDrop2021-09-08T09:09:40-04:00

Sort Your Lists Differently in Reminders in iOS 14 and Big Sur

2021-09-08T09:07:23-04:00

For many years, Apple’s Reminders app let you sort your lists, but in just one way that applied to all lists equally. That was a problem if you had a to-do list that you wanted to sort by Due Date and a list of foods in your freezer that you wanted to sort by Creation […]

Sort Your Lists Differently in Reminders in iOS 14 and Big Sur2021-09-08T09:07:23-04:00

Reopening Your Office? Now’s a Great Time to Evaluate Your IT Infrastructure

2021-09-08T09:14:47-04:00

As vaccination rates climb, many businesses are starting to think about reopening their offices and bringing back employees who have been working from home for the last year. That’s a big decision that will undoubtedly vary from company to company, but we’d like to suggest a few things to consider. Please contact us early in […]

Reopening Your Office? Now’s a Great Time to Evaluate Your IT Infrastructure2021-09-08T09:14:47-04:00

Apple’s 2021 Crop: Four iPhones, Two iPads, and an Apple Watch

2021-09-16T13:43:16-04:00

September is traditionally when new iPhones are ripe for the picking, and this year’s crop is no exception. At its California Streaming event on September 14th, Apple unveiled four iPhone 13 models. Apple also announced the expected Apple Watch Series 7, but entirely unanticipated were an upgrade to the iPad and a redesigned iPad mini. […]

Apple’s 2021 Crop: Four iPhones, Two iPads, and an Apple Watch2021-09-16T13:43:16-04:00

About That Worrying Message Saying Your Password Has Been Breached…

2021-09-08T09:06:17-04:00

In iOS 14, Apple added a feature that warns you when one of your website passwords stored in iCloud Keychain has appeared in a data breach. We’ve fielded some questions of late from people worrying if the message is legitimate, and if so, what they should do. What has happened is that online criminals have […]

About That Worrying Message Saying Your Password Has Been Breached…2021-09-08T09:06:17-04:00

The Plug Is Mightier Than the Puck: Wireless Charging Is Wildly Inefficient

2021-09-08T09:05:42-04:00

In 2017, Apple added support for Qi wireless charging to the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, and with the iPhone 12 lineup, it introduced its own MagSafe wireless charging technology. There’s no denying the convenience of wireless charging, but keep in mind that it’s extremely inefficient compared to wired charging. Individually, that may not matter […]

The Plug Is Mightier Than the Puck: Wireless Charging Is Wildly Inefficient2021-09-08T09:05:42-04:00

Frequently Asked Questions Surrounding Apple’s Expanded Protections for Children

2021-09-08T09:04:32-04:00

Apple’s recent announcement that it would soon be releasing two new technologies aimed at protecting children has generated a firestorm of media coverage and questions from customers. Unfortunately, much of the media coverage has been based on misconceptions about how the technology works, abetted by uncharacteristically bungled communications from Apple. It’s not inconceivable that Apple […]

Frequently Asked Questions Surrounding Apple’s Expanded Protections for Children2021-09-08T09:04:32-04:00

When Should You Upgrade to macOS 12 Monterey, iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15?

2021-09-08T09:05:15-04:00

September is here, which means that Apple will soon start releasing major upgrades for all its operating systems. Apple previewed these releases at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June, and many people have been testing the public betas since. Once Apple judges macOS 12 Monterey, iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 to […]

When Should You Upgrade to macOS 12 Monterey, iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15?2021-09-08T09:05:15-04:00

Need to Share Files Securely? Try Password-Protected ZIP Archives

2021-09-08T09:03:02-04:00

Imagine you’re staring at a file or folder—perhaps confidential employee information that you need to send to your accountant. If attaching it to an email message makes you think, “That doesn’t seem like a good idea,” award yourself a gold star! Sending sensitive files via email is a bad idea, partly because the email could […]

Need to Share Files Securely? Try Password-Protected ZIP Archives2021-09-08T09:03:02-04:00
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