Here’s how to pin a file at the top of a Finder window on your Mac! If you have ever found yourself working within a folder on your Mac, and wanting to quickly access one particular file over and over, this information is for you! Sure you can always do a Spotlight search, but you’re thinking that there must be an easier, better way for this particular situation. And there is!
Do you find yourself missing your old iPhone’s home button? I know I sure do. The transition to newer iPhone models, without the physical home button, has left many of my friend group unimpressed by technological progress. I know that I often wish for the familiar, tactile experience of clicking a button. If you miss your home button like I do, well, you’re in luck! Here’s how to get it back (sort of).
In a pivotal move, Apple, the tech giant renowned for its walled-garden ecosystem, is poised to open the gates. The buzz in the tech community is palpable: sideloading, a term that might sound like jargon, is set to become a household word among iOS users in the European Union. But what exactly is sideloading, and why is it stirring up such a commotion?
In a move that underscores the complex interplay of technology, law, and business, Apple is reportedly planning to remove the blood-oxygen sensors from some of its Apple Watches. This decision, seemingly a strategic sidestep, aims to avoid a looming U.S. ban amidst a heated patent dispute.
If you’re a Mac user, you’ve likely encountered a situation where you’ve downloaded an installer package (*.pkg file) only to be met with a message saying, “can’t be opened because Apple cannot check it for malware.” It’s a common hiccup in the Mac experience, especially when you’re dealing with software from smaller developers or less mainstream sources. But don’t worry, there’s a simple way around this that doesn’t involve any tech wizardry.
Hey there, tech adventurers! Have you ever hooked up your iPad as a second screen using Sidecar and found yourself staring at those tiny icons on the side, wondering what on earth they mean? Well, you’re not alone. Let’s embark on a little exploration to decode these mysterious symbols, shall we? Oh, and don’t worry, there’s also a video guide if you’re more of a visual learner!
Using an iPhone with a Windows computer can be frustrating, but Intel has now released a new software tool that can make using these together a little more bearable. The new app, named Intel Unison, allows you to transfer photos and files, send messages, sync notifications on your PC, and make a call or view contacts with your PC. This app is currently only available on Windows 11, and despite Intel’s claims that this only works on Intel Evo platform devices, it does work on most Windows 11 machines.
Ever found yourself in the awkward situation of desperately trying to get those cute cat pictures from one iPhone to another, but iCloud or a computer isn’t an option? Or maybe you’re old school and don’t want to hook your phone up to your computer or the cloud. Yep, been there, done that! But worry not friends, AirDrop is here to save the day. And it’s a total game-changer!
Apple’s macOS is lauded for its intuitive user interface, offering even the most novice users a comfortable and easy computing experience. However, beneath this user-friendly facade lies an extensive ecosystem of features and tools that, when properly utilized, can significantly enhance productivity and streamline workflows. This guide will serve as your roadmap in your journey to becoming a power user of the Mac, providing you with an in-depth look at the strategies and techniques you’ll need to harness the full potential of your Mac.
At the intersection of technology and creativity, there’s a marvelous playground where one can find a multitude of novel applications. One such entrant is ‘Midi Touchbar’, an innovative application crafted by the inventive mind(s?) of Urban Lienert. The brilliance of this application is that it pushes the boundaries of traditional musical composition and performance by reimagining the utilization of our everyday tech gadgets.
The AirPods Pro 2 has received numerous noteworthy enhancements with iOS 17, with the new Adaptive Audio feature standing out prominently. This feature allows the earbuds to automatically shift between noise-cancellation and transparency modes, adjust the volume, and makes voice hearing more convenient. In this guide, we will explore how to activate AirPods Pro Adaptive Audio, its functionality, and more.
The digital realm is teeming with applications designed to boost productivity and streamline work processes. A new entrant to this productivity toolbox is the Mac app ‘Day Progress’, which aims to help you visualize the remaining hours in your day. This simple yet powerful concept might be the productivity boost you need – provided you can handle the constant reminder of the ticking clock.
Apple’s forthcoming iOS 17 software update includes significant enhancements to its Visual Lookup feature, broadening its ability to recognize various symbols present on your car’s dashboard. This comes as part of a series of upgrades designed to improve the usefulness and convenience of this feature.
In an ongoing effort to secure its products against cyber threats, Apple has successfully addressed three new zero-day vulnerabilities that were under exploitation. These vulnerabilities, weaponized by cyber attackers, facilitated the installation of Triangulation spyware on iPhones using zero-click exploits in iMessage.
Apple introduced Stage Manager last year, an effort to cater to iPad users seeking a desktop-like, multi-window experience. While the Stage Manager’s debut provided this feature, it did so with notable limitations. With the advent of iPadOS 17, Stage Manager has shown significant improvement, although certain aspects leave room for longing.