5G is the latest in cellular connectivity. It boasts super fast speeds and reliability, and the cell phone carriers are really pushing it. But, is it worth upgrading? I don’t think so let me tell you why.
Join us this week as we take a look at Fitness+, Apple’s latest subscription service, and see well the 2017 Apple Watch Series 3 works in 2020.
The iPhone 12 is here! If you’re looking to replace your older phone here are some options for upgrading and even ways nock some off the heavy price.
macOS Big Sur is out! So here are which Mac can update and how to update along with a playlist of new macOS Big Sur features.
For years interactive graphics on the internet were powered by Adobe’s Flash. But, today its rein is coming to a close. Let’s learn what happened to this once staple of the internet and how we move on.
Apple has made the BIG decision to leave Intel in the past and move forward with Apple Silicon. This means BIG improvements are coming to new Macs. Now lets answer some questions on what this means for your beloved Mac.
macOS Mojave was released in September is your Mac compatible? If so how do you update? Click to find out.
I have had my 500GB MacBook Pro for almost a year and it’t filling up quickly, and it’t time too offload some files. But to where? That’s how and why I got a new, but used, computer.
With the out cry over Apple throttling performance due to bad battery life Apple has introduced a new Battery Health feature that will be available in a new iOS 11.3 update. iOS 11.3 will be available to download on all devices that qualify for iOS 11.
Quick Setup or Automatic Setup can make setting up a new or recently restored iOS device easier and quicker by automatically copying most if not all of your settings from a previous device that is already set up to a new or recently restored device.To do this you will need two iOS devices including your…… Continue reading Using iOS 11 Quick Setup