6 Features of OS X El Capitan We Can’t Wait to Use

Amidst the hype surrounding the unveiling of iOS 9 and watchOS 2.0 at last week’s Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple also gave us a preview of what to expect from the next version of OS X as well. Code named El Capitan after the famous mountain located inside Yosemite National Park, the latest version of the Mac’s […]

How to Transfer Photos to Your Mac Without Plugging in a Camera

We live in an increasingly wireless world. It is becoming rarer and rarer that we actually plug anything into our computers these days, as so many devices now come with built-in wireless networking of some kind. That’s good news for laptops like the new MacBook, which has just a single USB-C port to share with […]

8 Ways to Extend Battery Life on Apple Watch

One of the few complaints that early adopters of the Apple Watch have about their new device is that the battery life isn’t always as good as they’d like. After receiving countless notifications and messages throughout the day, using it to track an extended workout, and taking a few phone calls on the built-in speaker phone, it is […]

How to Use Emoji on Your Mac

It is amazing just how socially acceptable the use of emojis has become over the past few years. Once written off as quirky Japanese characters destined to remain squarely in the realm of teenage girls, these cartoony-looking emoticons are now used by just about anyone and everyone. The increasing use of smartphones for communication has […]

What Other Apple Products Will Ship This Year?

Now that the Apple Watch and the new MacBook have shipped to customers, the fervor that surrounds new Apple products is likely to die down – at least for a little while. But the Cupertino-based company is far from finished releasing new products this year, that much is certain. From the devices that we know […]

Could the New MacBook’s Single USB-C Port Pose a Major Security Threat?

Apple aficionados have applauded many aspects of the new MacBook’s design, but many have complained about the new MacBook’s single USB-C port. In addition to being inconvenient, some argue that it poses a significant security risk. Malware spread via USB is nothing new, and some researchers fear that a USB-C charger could become a malware […]

How to Disable Fitness Tracking in iOS 8.2

Earlier this week Apple released iOS 8.2 for iPhone and iPad. The latest version of the mobile operating system delivers support for the Apple Watch, some new features for the Health app, and a slew of bug fixes and stability enhancements. It also gives users the ability to disable automatic fitness tracking, something that has been […]