OS X: New macOS Features

OS X: New macOS Features

    1. Siri is now available on the Mac and it can do something it can’t on your phone: search your hard drive for files. 2. From the Siri window, you can drag and drop locations and images into documents, or copy and paste text. 3. You can ask…

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Rumors: iPhone 7 Models

Three iPhone 7 models and pricing rumors In the past, there was only one new iPhone each year, but now there are three: a 4.7-inch model, a 5.5-inch model, and a 4-inch model. Some sources hint that Apple will launch yet another version of the iPhone in 2016. The iPhone…

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New OS: macOS – Sierra

Apple has announced a “name” change for their new OS. They are leaving the OS X name behind and have decided to call their new Operation System – macOS. Furthermore, they have decided to call the upcoming new macOS – “Sierra”. Summary macOS Sierra, coming in the fall, is the…

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Rumors: Macbook Pro 2016

  Apple is apparently enlisting the services of Amphenol, which makes hinges for Microsoft’s Surface Pro devices, to manufacture hinges for its rumored super-slim MacBooks. Apple’s MacBook Pro range hasn’t been updated for some time: the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina was refreshed in March 2015 and the 15-inch in…

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Rumors: iPhone 7

Dual cameras, but only on select models Apple has always steadily improved the iPhone’s camera, and since the introduction of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, has subtly separated them by making a few features unique to the larger Plus model. This may continue with the iPhone 7 and 7…

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OS X: How to use Tabs in Mail?

The Mac Mail app has gained tabs support in the latest versions of OS X, making it easier to open multiple emails on screen at once. There’s a catch with using Mail Tabs in OS X, however, and that is you must be using full screen mode to gain access to the…

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OS X: How to Adjust Settings on a Mac?

Adjusting your settings At some point, you may want to adjust your computer’s settings. For example, you might want to change your desktop background or modify your Internet settings. You can change most of your computer’s settings from System Preferences. To open System Preferences: Click the Apple icon in the top-left corner…

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OS X: A Few El Capitan Tricks…

Find your cursor This is the smallest El Capitan feature, but it might be the most useful. If you can’t locate your cursor on the screen, simply move your fingers quickly across the trackpad and the cursor will enlarge quickly so you can finally see it. AirPlay individual videos in…

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OS X : How to format a drive for Mac and PC compatibility?

Need to access or transfer files between Mac and PC? As simple as this task sounds, it’s not very straightforward for inexperienced users. Since Mac OS X and Windows use totally different file systems, the way a drive is formatted can determine what type of computer it will work with….

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OS X: Flash Drive Basics on a Mac

What is a flash drive? A flash drive is a small, removable hard drive that plugs into a USB port on your computer. You can purchase a flash drive for less than $20 at just about any retail store with an electronics department, and even at some grocery stores and…

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