Today, we check out the TV app, an easy way to keep up with what you are watching across multiple platforms, subscribe to smaller streamers, and more. Click to learn more!
And, just like that, after 21 years, Apple has officially killed the iPod line by discontinuing the 7th gen iPod Touch from 2019. This has been a long time coming as Apple pushed it into the background and issued fewer and fewer updates as purchasing a used iPhone or iPad became a more viable option for those wanting a dedicated music manager or a touch screen device for kids.
Watch on YouTube Here’s how to set up Time Machine. First, get an external drive the same size or larger than your computer. Then open Settings ➤ Time Machine. Now, click “Select Backup Disk” and choose your external drive from the list. Read more on this topic: https://appleguideweb.com/how-to-backup-your-mac-using-time-machine/ Check out these helpful links on this…… Continue reading How to Setup Time Machine
Using one screen can be cumbersome when trying to multitask. So, here’s a guide on how to connect another display to your Mac, adjust it’s settings, and some some other cool fun facts.
You don’t have to stick with the basic icons on macOS and here’s how to change them.
Universal Control is the latest continuity feature Apple has brought to the table. It allows you to share a mouse and keyboard and even drag and drop things between your iMac, MacBook, and even your iPad. In today’s video, I’m going to try the feature myself.
https://youtube.com/shorts/p3qEV7vN4U0 You know you can open Control Center by swiping down from the top left of your screen and getting to your most important settings. But did you know you can also customize what options show up there? Head to Settings > Control Center to add or remove controls. Check out appleguideweb.com
Do you ever want to send what you’re watching to a bigger screen or what you are listening to larger speakers? Well, AirPlay is the feature for you! Here’s a guide to all things AirPlay.
Looking for smart home devices these days is difficult. You can’t just pick up any smart device. You have to scan the packaging for a stack of badges of all the supported ecosystems. Well, all of that is about to change.
The AirPort was Apple’s line of WiFi Routers. Let’s take a look at where it all began and where the line stands today.