Content Blockers were introduced to block different objects in Safari. Some content blockers block ads and some block certain keywords. They can block all sites with the word Trump or Hillary in them or block ads on a site. Would you rather pay a monthly membership for each site you visit or view a few … Continue reading Safari: Content Blockers
Have you ever been in a situation where you're using your iMac or MacBook and it's going really fast when multitasking such as video or photo editing or maybe just watching a movie while surfing the web and writing a paper. Then your computer gets really, really hot to the touch and the speed drops noticeably. Well then you might have experienced thermal throttling.
Apple Pay and other mobile payment systems like it are the future of payment and a replacement to the conventional credit cards.
Everyone knows that anytime you purchase a product the value drops and it will continue to drop as time passes until it becomes worthless. But that's not always the case. In some cases like certain sport cars and items of historical significance they could increase in value. If you have read this far, you're probably … Continue reading Why?: Don’t Trash Your Old Apple Product
Boot Camp is a pre-installed application that has been included in macOS since MacOS Tiger (10.4). This app helps to install a full copy of Microsoft Windows on to another partition. So when you set it up and turn on your computer holding the "Option" key you will be given the option macOS or WindowsOS to boot up in.
Durning Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) Apple unveiled new computers including the iMac and MacBook. All computers except the MacBook Air, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro included the addition of Intel’s new Kaby Lake processors. They also updated the Thunderbolt port on the iMac changing the 2 Thunderbolt 2 ports to 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports.