Quick Tip: Viewing macOS Calendar Events as a List
The macOS Calendar displays a regular “grid-like” calendar by default, with each day showing a small list of events scheduled for a particular day. Wouldn’t it be nice to see a list of upcoming events instead, with the next...

Tech Tip: Sorting Notes in macOS and iOS
The Notes app for macOS and iOS is a surprisingly powerful tool for holding text and graphics, creating quick notes, creating small tables of data, sharing information with others, and even capturing quick sketches. By default, the notes are simply...

Tech Tip: Disabling Safari Suggestions on macOS and iOS
Apple’s Safari web browser for macOS and iOS has a variety of amazing features that are often overlooked by users. One of the more powerful features is something called “Safari Suggestions,” which captures what you are typing into the...

How to Test 64-Bit Only Mode on macOS with Terminal
Since the 2017 Apple World Wide Developers Conference, it’s been well-known that Apple will require all developers to submit only 64-bit apps to the Mac App Store. Starting on June 4, 2018, all Mac apps and updates to existing apps...

macOS 101: AirDrop Tips for Mac and iOS Users
AirDrop is a peer-to-peer file sharing system for local Mac and iOS users. It’s easy to set up with just a click or two; no special information or settings are needed. Just drag-and-drop a file to share with others....

Commentary: What I Want in the Next Version of macOS
In just less than two months, Apple holds its annual World Wide Developer Conference. At WWDC 2018, we expect to see what’s new for all of Apple’s operating systems from iOS to watchOS. This could also be the year...

WWDC 2018: When Will Apple Announce New macOS, iOS 12?
Apple today announced the dates for its annual WWDC conference, with the 29th edition set to be held June 4 through June 8 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. Typically, Apple uses the event to show off...