Tag Archives: Touch ID
How to Clear Touch ID Data...
The usefulness of the Touch Bar on recent MacBook Pro models is dependent on whether or not a Mac app has been updated to take advantage of the handy...

Sunday is Data Privacy Day: Stop....
Since 2008, Data Privacy Day has been celebrated in the United States and Canada on January 28. While the day commemorates the January 28, 1981 signing of the first...

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 Tip: What to Do When...
It can happen to anyone. One minute you’re sitting at an outside café, you get distracted, and the next minute you notice your iPhone or MacBook is gone. Or...


Commentary: Soldered SSD in Touch Bar...
Late last month, we discovered that the SSD module in the “entry-level” Late 2016 13” MacBook Pro without the Touch Bar is removable. Now that we’ve been able to...

Commentary: A Closer Look at the...
Yesterday’s Apple “Hello Again” Event was highly anticipated for many reasons, most of all because of the tantalizing prospect of a new design for the MacBook Pro. The flagship...

Rocket Yard Guide: What You Need...
Most iOS users never realize just how much personal information they’re sharing with a wide variety of companies. In this Rocket Yard Guide, you’ll learn how to tweak your...


Apple Adds Passcode Requirements for Touch...
Users might have noticed recently that Apple has quietly strengthened its passcode requirements for iPhone or iPads with the Touch ID feature enabled. Users are now required to enter...

Friday Five: Apple Pay is Easy...
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...

Friday Five: The First Things 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 an OS...