A Guide to macOS Mojave’s New Screenshot Tool
As part of our continuing research into the features of macOS 10.14 Mojave, we recently showed you how to use Quick Actions, a new feature that allows users to work on many file types without launching the default app...

Child-Proofing Your iPhone & More with iOS Guided Access
Apple is wonderful about building accessibility into its products, and one iOS feature that is useful in a variety of situations is Guided Access. This feature is essential for those with motion impairments, as it can be set up...

Unboxing & Looking Inside the 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro
Continuing the Rocket Yard’s unboxing and teardown of the new Macs that Apple announced at WWDC 2017, we take a close look at the 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro. More Unboxings/Teardowns Check out more unboxings and teardowns from the Rocket Yard here:...

Apple’s iOS 11 Compatible Only With 64-Bit iDevices
While macOS High Sierra does not drop support for any Macs that were compatible with the previous macOS iteration Sierra, iOS 11 does leave some devices behind. Apple announced that iOS 11 will be compatible only with 64-bit devices...

The WWDC 2017 Keynote: Solid Predictions and Wild Guesses
On Monday, June 5, 2017, Apple is hosting its annual keynote address to kick off the Worldwide Developers Conference — WWDC. This event gets a lot of attention from Apple fans, shareholders, developers, and those in the press, as it clarifies...