Tag Archives: Tech Tip
Tech Tip: Keep Your Electronics Warm...
Although the end of January is less than a week away, cold weather can still affect parts of the Northern Hemisphere for another three months or so. As unpleasant...

Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C: A Quick...
  Although both data transfer protocols have been around for a few years now on Macs (particularly MacBooks), there’s still a lot of confusion about Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C....


How to Revert a drive from...
Apple’s new APFS (Apple File System) format is the default format for storage under macOS 10.14 Mojave, replacing the dependable and long-lived HFS+ format. However, there are still some instances...

(Apple's T2 Security Chip. Image via WikiBlog.info) Everything You Need to Know About...
Apple’s newest Macs have a new Apple-designed chip in them — the T2 Security Chip — that integrates several other controllers on Macs (System Management Controller, image signal processor, audio...

How to Customize Trackpad Gestures in...
Trackpads are the default pointing device on Apple’s notebook lineup, and the Magic Trackpad (at right) is a popular accessory for desktop Macs. Most Mac users almost intuitively know how to use...


Is macOS Mojave Making Some Fonts...
During the beta testing of macOS 10.14 Mojave, some testers noticed that under certain circumstances, text on the screen appeared blurry. The issue appears to be caused a change...

A Quick Guide to iOS 12’s...
For the past several years, Apple has been talking about AR — augmented reality — a lot. The company believes that augmented reality, which involves overlaying data or computer-generated...

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...

A Guide to Continuity Camera in...
Our Macs are amazing tools, but they lack one thing that iOS devices have — cameras that can be used almost anywhere to take high-resolution photos. Sure, you could...