Please be aware of a common phishing scam targeting newly-hired employees.
September is here, and with it, Apple’s latest iPhones and Apple Watches. At its Wonderlust event on September 12, Apple threw back the curtains on the new iPhone 15 lineup, Apple Watch Series 9, and Apple Watch Ultra 2.
Do you avoid updates because you’ll have to start all over and reassemble your workspace? Take a moment to adjust these settings and never lose your place again.
Apple is shutting down the My Photo Stream service, the company’s first iCloud-based effort at helping users sync photos between devices.
The hugely anticipated event delivered previews of iOS and iPadOS 17 & macOS Sonoma, new Mac hardware, and the unveiling of the mixed-reality Apple Vision Pro headset, due next year.
By now, you’ve probably seen a new form of update for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS: the Rapid Security Response. Early in May, Apple released the first instances of these updates, which the company had promised for iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS 13 Ventura when those operating systems were first announced. Let’s answer some of the questions we’ve been hearing.
Sometimes apps can be too helpful. Apple’s Mail on the Mac likes to turn pasted URLs into graphically rich previews, and sometimes that’s OK. But you may want to send a plain link, so the recipient can see its text.
Those who tend to cut things tight have a time-honored tradition of setting their watches ahead by a few minutes. You can do this with your Apple Watch, too.
No one intends to drop their iPhone in a pool or fall off a boat with their iPhone in a pocket. But accidents happen. Happily, Apple has designed the iPhone with significant levels of splash and water resistance, so brief exposure to rain or even a quick dunk might not cause any problems.