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  • 9 of the Best iPhone X Protective Cases on the Market

    Sat 6:15pm By Zac
    Are you thinking about getting an iPhone X case? Who wouldn’t? The iPhone X dominates the market nowadays. In fact, 40% of the 2.71 billion smartphone users own some kind of iPhone and the iPhone X is the go-to model now. Apple is also a big part of the…
  • Choose Between Free or Paid Antivirus for Mac

    Fri 8:00am By Apple Gazette
    Macs are rarely associated with virus attacks resulting in a belief that they are immune. Some of their owners even wonder if they should invest in anti-virus or not when they purchase a new Mac computer. However, as more people buy Macs to use at home or in…
  • Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, February 14, 2019

    Thu 8:00am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun! (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.) Paid apps for free today The Hunt for the Lost…
  • How to Fix Messages When It Breaks on macOS

    Wed 11:00am By Alexander Fox
    A lot of problems can make you want to fix messages. Maybe you can send messages but not receive them. Maybe text messages work, but iMessages fail to send. Maybe all your messages come through, but you can never reply to a conversation. Perhaps you see…
  • How to Record Your Screen on macOS

    Feb 11, 2019, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    Recording your screen on a Mac used to be a real trial, but it’s become incredibly easy in the last year. The latest version of macOS, Mojave 10.14, includes a built-in application that can capture high-quality video of your Mac’s screen. There are plenty…
  • The Do Not Disturb Feature on iPhones, iPods, and iPads

    Feb 11, 2019, 8:00 am By Apple Gazette
    With your iPhone, iPod and iPad, it is quite easy to turn on the Do Not Disturb feature to only allow calls from specific people. You may be in the hospital or just working on your projects and you don’t need any disturbance whatsoever. This feature is a…
  • Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, February 7, 2019

    Feb 7, 2019, 10:01 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun! (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.) Paid apps for free today btw – puzzle maze Engaing,…
  • Using and Configuring Network Preferences in macOS

    Feb 6, 2019, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    The Network preference pane can be a dark and foreboding place. With some training, you can actually understand what you’re doing when you try and fix your internet connection. Pop open the Network pane found in System Preferences, and let’s explore.…
  • How to Choose Between Push and Fetch Emails

    Feb 4, 2019, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    In Apple Mail and other email clients, you may have the option to choose between push and fetch email delivery. These two methods differ substantially in theory but are quite similar in practice. Is push better than fetch email? What are push and fetch emails?…
  • How to Create an App From Scratch: A Quick Start Guide for Apple Apps

    Jan 31, 2019, 2:22 pm By Zac
    Do you have a great idea for an Apple app but no clue how to create it? Traditionally, the average person would have an extremely difficult time figuring out how to create an app for iOS. Programming is a daunting thing for most people over a certain age that…
  • Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, January 31, 2019

    Jan 31, 2019, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun! (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.) Paid apps for free today Interimage – fun picture…
  • External Display Not Working on macOS? Here’s How to Fix It

    Jan 30, 2019, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    Is your external display not working on macOS? Try out these tricks below to get things back online. Start With the Dumb Stuff When you’re troubleshooting, always start with the obvious stuff. Any tech expert knows that dumb mistakes are as frustrating as…
  • Handle Money Right This Year With These Financial Apps

    Jan 30, 2019, 9:00 am By Apple Gazette
    Since the iPhone’s first release in 2007, the App Store has played an integral role in our dependence on the smartphone. With a couple million apps to choose from and user-friendly operating systems, consumers can quickly find everything they want or need.…
  • Security in 2019: Does Your iPhone Really Need Antivirus Software?

    Jan 29, 2019, 10:00 am By Apple Gazette
    With online privacy and digital security dominating the headlines, you may have been conditioned to believe that every one of your devices needs antivirus software. The truth is, this doesn’t apply to the majority of Apple’s mobile products. While many…
  • Pro Terminal Commands: Working with chflags in macOS

    Jan 28, 2019, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    Flags are a system outside of permissions on macOS that are used to control how files can be changed. They are primarily concerned with controlled the modification of a file, but differently from permissions. Flags can only be set by an administrative user or…
  • Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, January 24, 2019

    Jan 24, 2019, 8:00 am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun! (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.) Paid apps for free today Change – Currency Converter…
  • Power Up the Cloud With CloudMounter

    Jan 24, 2019, 2:49 am By Alexander Fox
    CloudMounter is a menu bar application that connects to cloud services like connecting to network hard drives. Connect to OneDrive, for example, and you’ll see it appear as a network volume in Finder. You don’t need to use cumbersome custom sync or backup…
  • iOS Hack: Silence Your iPhone’s Outgoing Message Sound

    Jan 23, 2019, 11:00 am By Alexander Fox
    The iPhone’s Messages app isn’t perfect, but it’s mostly inoffensive. There is one thing, however, that drives me up the wall: the “woosh” sound on sent text messages. Sure, it’s utterly unreasonable to be so annoyed by something so small, but I am…
  • The Three Ways Apple Has Changed Our Lives

    Jan 22, 2019, 11:00 am By Apple Gazette
    Whilst Apple is far from a universally adored brand, nobody can argue with the idea that it is one of the most influential corporations of modern times, leading the way in making smartphone technology a staple of everyday life. Whilst Apple’s products can be…
  • 2019 Is a Big Year for Apple

    Jan 21, 2019, 10:00 am By Alexander Fox
    2019 will be a big year for Apple at large, but the Mac in particular.. Apple has a number of pies in the oven that are about to be ready, and many of them smell delicious. While we are sure to get new iPhones and new versions of both macOS and iOS, there are…
  • Best MacBook Accessories for Traveling Professionals in 2019

    2:19pm By Zac
    Since Osborne Computer Corp. created the first laptop computer in 1981, the world of laptops has come a long way. The MacBook has become one of the most popular laptop styles around, offering high performance in a lightweight package. But as any professional…
  • Back Up Your iPhone Without iTunes on Windows-Based Machines

    9:00am By Yevgeniy Kapishon
    There are a number of reasons you may prefer to back up your phone without having to rely on the usual suspects – iTunes or a Mac. It happens. Maybe you’ve run out of storage space on iCloud. Maybe you just don’t have immediate access to a Mac when you…
  • 5 Must-Have Tools for iOS App Designers

    Thu 10:00am By Apple Gazette
    App design is a lucrative and growing niche. With the proliferation of courses – online and offline – and resources relating to app design, practically anyone can learn to become an app designer. If you’ve got the eye, the desire, and the determination,…
  • Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, January 17, 2019

    Thu 8:00am By Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun! (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.) Paid apps for free today Cribbage HD Catch the crib!…
  • Commander One Is Better Than Finder Will Ever Be

    Thu 2:08am By Alexander Fox
    As an experienced Mac user, you know how important Finder is to your daily routine. If you only want to open some images on your Desktop or do something similarly basic, Finder’s speed and simplicity is a benefit. But if you need more powerful tools, Finder…