Tag Archives: Accessibility
macOS Pages icon with a read banner that says "new" New Features in Pages 8.2 for...
While there has been a lot of coverage of the new features in Apple's operating systems – primarily macOS Catalina, iOS 13, and iPadOS 13 – some of Apple's...

Voice Control Comes to macOS Catalina
Voice Control, a new feature coming to the macOS in the fall of 2019, will allow you to control your device with spoken words. Improved versions for iOS and...


macOS 101: Using Accessibility’s Vision and...
Last week, we started our foray into the Mac’s Accessibility features with an overview of the services available, and a look at the General category, which provides quick access...

Child-Proofing Your iPhone & More with...
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...

Tech Tips: More Ways to Use...
Do you use Siri on macOS Sierra? An unofficial poll I recently made shows that a much lower percentage of macOS users use Siri than do iOS users. There’s...

Friday Five: iOS 9 Tips to Make You More Efficient Friday Five: iOS 9 Tips to...
It’s the end of the week, but that doesn’t mean an end to learning more about your favorite Apple devices. Each week, the Friday Five takes a quick look at a...


Happy BTTF Day! Quick Tip: Start OS X Dictation...
Happy Back to the Future Day, Rocket Yard readers! While you may not have your hovercar or dehydrated pizza yet, you do have the power to use dictation to...