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Picxture of damaged macbook pro screen woth apple service page loaded Water and MacBooks Don’t Mix: A...
December of 2019 marks 35 years since I purchased my first Mac. In all that time, I’ve never had an accident with any of them…but this past Saturday, all...

macOS Mojave: Make Sure Your Third-Party...
Whenever a new operating system version comes out, there are always some apps or utilities that seem to require more attention than others. With macOS Mojave, improvements to the...

Backup Month: How to Utilize Incremental...
Our Backup Month series continues today with a primer on incremental and offsite backups, an important part of any backup plan for home or business users. In the past, we’ve...


Report: macOS May Lose Data on...
In a recent article on the company’s blog, Mike Bombich of Carbon Copy Cloner shared an APFS bug that can cause the loss of data when writing to images....

Have a Spare Flash Drive? Build...
Do you have a few USB flash drives lying around? Chances are you have at least a couple, or maybe even a small drawer full of them. In my...

The beautiful default wallpaper of High Sierra Tech Tips: A Few Things To...
I recently upgraded my 2017 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar to macOS 10.13 High Sierra, thinking that by the ninth beta version every little bug had been worked out....

WWDC Preview: How to Get Ready...
Every summer, Apple announces a new version of the Mac OS (now called macOS) at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Along with highlighting what’s new and improved in the...


Tips for Travelers: Backups on the...
Rocket Yard Contributor Steve Sande is out of the country on a great adventure, so he’ll be providing readers with a lot of helpful tips over the next month...

How To Get Ready For macOS...
Mac owners — Tuesday, September 20 is the day you’ve been waiting for.  At around 10 AM PT, we should see the release of macOS Sierra to the general public....

Bootable Backups: A Key Part of...
During April, the Rocket Yard focuses on the importance of backups to an overall data security plan. Previously, we discussed how to use the Time Machine app built into OS...