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If you are a developer and want to know what to expect in macOS Big Sur 11.6.7, here is how to install the first developer beta.
How do you back up your Mac locally and off-site or online so all your important photos and files stay safe and sound? Like this!
Your Apple ID is your key to the Apple kingdom. It’s what you use to sign into iCloud, download apps from the App Store, and more. If you don’t have one yet, what are you waiting for?. Here’s how!
App Store privacy labels are easy to read and understand so that you know what's happening with your data. Here's how to find and read them on your Mac.
In addition to iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, you can also make RTT calls on Mac. Here's how to do it.
There are many reasons you may want to use a virtual machine on your Mac. Here are some of the ways to get started.
Whether you want to organize your day-to-day life a little better or are just want to know what day of the week your birthday falls on, the Calendar on your Mac can help you out.
One of the newest features for Mac is Low Power Mode. Like the iPhone version, the feature automatically preserves battery life by turning down the screen brightness and system clock speed.
Group FaceTime calls allow you to connect with up to 31 other people at once. You can choose to use video or go audio-only, too.
After the mostly subdued macOS Monterey, macOS 13 should prove much more substantial, starting with its name.
Want to immerse yourself in your Apple Music? You'll want to turn on Apple Music Lossless Audio and Dolby Atmos formats! Here's how.
You can customize some of the data that is or isn't stored in iCloud. Strike a balance between the hard drive and iCloud storage.
With the all-new Focus feature on macOS Monterey, you can better concentrate on the task at hand by silencing notifications based on your preferences.
With Voice Control, you can use speech commands to control your devices. Designed for those with limited dexterity, mobility, and other conditions, the feature is available across Apple devices.
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