Everyone loves taking videos then importing them to your Mac. After taking the video you may find that the video is much longer than it needs to be taking up a lot of precious space on your Mac, In this case all you need to do is trim it. To do this you don’t need to download any special, top quality, pro level software because you can just use the Photos app or QuickTime Player, both apps built into macOS.
It's very important to backup your Mac. In a blink of an eye your internal drive can fail and you loose all of your precious data. Click the link to learn to learn how to protect your data.
One day when you least expect it your internal hard drive will crash and you will loose everything. What can you do about this? Backup your computer to a external drive. Click to read which drive is right for you.
Today when reading tech specs you can find many things including operating system, bundled apps, built in ports, processor, graphics, size, and storage. Next to storage you will find the size and drive type either being SSD or HDD. But what does this mean and does it make a difference? Click to find out!
They look the same but aren’t the same. So then what’s the difference between USB-C and Thunderbolt 3?
Everyone wants their mobile tech charged and fast. To do this its important to know your charging options because all chargers are not created equally. The speed add depends on the adapter or commonly referred to as the plug. This is the part that you plug into the wall and most of the time has a USB port on one side of it. Here I will be writing only about the power adapter sizes that Apple sells on their website.
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.
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.