If you have any battery issues with an iPhone 6 or later, you can still get a $29 battery replacement from Apple through the end of December. Don’t suffer with a weak battery—learn more here.
Have you received email from a hacker who claims to have taken over your Mac and is backing up the claim by showing one of your passwords? We explain how it happened and what to do about it on our blog.
Is your Mac’s Desktop a cluttered mess? If you’d like to clean it up in a flash—and keep it clean—try the new Stacks feature in macOS 10.14 Mojave.
Every now and then a potential client asks why they should work with us. The short answer is that we’re good at what we do, and we can help you solve your tech problems. Here’s the slightly longer answer…
macOS 10.14 Mojave changes how privacy works on the Mac by making apps ask for permission to use the camera, microphone, and quite a bit more. Here’s how this works and what you should do when prompted.
Giving your kid an iPad or iPhone can be both a blessing and a curse, but with iOS 12’s new parental controls in Screen Time, you can limit use by time and app, and do it entirely from your iOS device.
Have a question about something that happened on your Mac? Take a screenshot or make a screen recording to help tech support! It’s easier than ever in macOS 10.14 Mojave.
Looking for the perfect gift for that special Apple user in your life? Here are our choices for the best gifts.