Category Archives: Technology

How to Access & Send Photos in Messages for iOS 12 for iPhone & iPad

The Messages app for iOS 12 has changed the way users access all photos from within a message conversation. No longer can you simply tap on the camera button to access your photos

How to Fix “Cannot Get Mail” Error on iPhone and iPad

Rarely, iPhone and iPad users may encounter a “Cannot Get Mail” error message in the Mail app of iOS, indicating that Mail for iOS is unable to retrieve new emails or

How to Find “Details” Button in Messages for iOS 12

If you have updated to iOS 12, you may be wondering where did the little Details “(i)” information button go in Messages for iPhone or iPad? The “i” info b

iOS 12.1 Beta 4 Released for Testing

Apple has released iOS 12.1 beta 4 for iPhone and iPad to developer beta testers. Separately, Apple has also released the fourth beta versions of watchOS 5.1 and tvOS 12.1 for us

How to Enable Dark Menu Bar & Dock Mode on Mac OS X

Enabling Dark menu and Dock mode on the Mac is a subtle user interface change to make which allows both the menu bar and the Mac OS X Dock to appear as black backgrounds with whit

How to Use Light Theme with Dark Menu Bar and Dock in MacOS Mojave

Enabling Dark Mode in macOS Mojave tranforms the entire user interface appearance into an all-dark look, and while it’s very popular with many users, some other Mac users ma

iTunes Library Locations & How To Quickly Find iTunes Songs on a Computer

Assuming you keep iTunes on the default setting and let the app manage your music files and songs, iTunes will store all of your media nicely in the Music directory of your home f

How to Rip a CD with iTunes & Import MP3s on Mac & Windows

Do you have some audio CDs laying around that you’d like to digitize and convert to mp3? Ripping a CD and turning the audio into MP3 or M4A tracks is remarkably simple with

How to Access Audio Files from iTunes Quickly

If you have an iTunes audio library of music, songs, podcasts, ripped CDs, and other media, you may want to gain direct access to those files at various points in time. While you

MacOS Mojave 10.14.1 Beta 4 Released for Testing

Apple has released macOS Mojave 10.14.1 beta 4 for users enrolled in the Mac developer beta testing program. Usually a developer beta build is released first, and the equivalent

5 Great iOS 12 Features You’ll Actually Use

iOS 12 is a performance focused software update, aiming to boost the usability of older iPhone and iPad models. But that doesn’t mean iOS 12 is without new fancy features to

How to Disable Screen Time on iPhone or iPad

Screen Time is one of the best features in iOS 12, allowing you to keep track of how often an iPhone or iPad gets used, what apps are being used, and perhaps best of all, Screen T

Apple Event Scheduled for October 30, New iPad Pro and Macs Expected

Apple has scheduled an “Apple Special Event” for October 30 2018 at 7 AM PDT / 10 AM EDT in Brooklyn, New York, sending invitations to select members of the press, as

How to Check Bluetooth Status in iOS 12 on iPhone or iPad

Wondering where the Bluetooth status indicator icon went in iOS 12? As you may recall, prior versions of iOS has a Bluetooth icon that would appear in the status bar at the top of

How to Run MacOS Sierra in a Virtual Machine for Free, the Easy Way

Advanced Mac users may find it useful to run macOS or Mac OS X in a virtual machine atop their existing Mac operating system. Creating a virtual machine for Mac OS is now easier t

How to Create a Bootable Install Drive for macOS High Sierra

Some Mac uses like to create a bootable USB installer drive for macOS High Sierra. A bootable install volume of macOS 10.13 allows users to perform a variety of tasks including fo

How to Download MacOS High Sierra from MacOS Mojave

If you’re currently running macOS Mojave, you can re-download a macOS High Sierra installer for whatever reason to macOS Mojave. Re-downloading older versions of macOS syste

How to Hide Recent Apps from Dock in MacOS Mojave

The Dock in MacOS Mojave includes a new feature that displays a trio of recently used applications alongside your regular Dock app icons. The Recent Applications section of the Do