Category: Apple News


Apple Releases Holiday Ad “The Surprise” for 2019 Season

Apple has released their annual Holiday commercial for 2019, and as is usually the case, it’s touching and sentimental. This years advertisement is about three minutes long and focuses on a family of four traveling to see their grandfather for Christmas. The short film shows the typical family traveling endeavors with children in cars and … Read More

How to Play Fortnite on Mac – System Requirements & Performance Tips

Want to play Fortnite on Mac? The cross-platform battle arena shooter and building game is wildly popular, and it’s free to play regardless of what you’re gaming on. Mac gamers may be interested in giving Fortnite a run on their Macs, so let’s review how to install and play Fortnite on a Mac, along with … Read More

iPadOS 13 Release Date Set for September 30

Wondering when iPadOS 13 will be coming out for iPad? Well wonder no more! Apple has announced that the official release date of iPadOS 13 is September 30. Notably, that is several weeks after the debut of iOS 13 for iPhone, but it does coincide with the availability of the new 10.2″ iPad models. You … Read More

Updated MacBook Pros Released with New CPUs, Butterfly Keyboard Repair Program Expanded

Apple quietly updated the MacBook Pro line today via press release, offering faster processors and improved speeds at up to a 40% increase in performance. Apple also told select members of the press that the updated MacBook Pros include improved keyboard materials that aim to reduce keyboard failures. Additionally in regards to keyboards, Apple is … Read More

Beta 4 of iOS 13.2 & iPadOS 13.2 Released for Testing

Apple has released iOS 13.2 beta 4 along with beta 4 of iPadOS 13.2 for users enrolled in the beta testing programs for iPhone and iPad. Typically a developer beta version rolls out first, soon followed by the same build to public beta testers. iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 include a few features that were … Read More

How to Convert a Numbers File to CSV on Mac

If you need to convert a Numbers spreadsheet file to CSV format from a Mac, you can do so quickly with the Numbers app. CSV stands for Comma Separated Values and is broadly used by many spreadsheet, database, and data storage uses, whereas Numbers is a spreadsheet app that is exclusive to the Mac and … Read More

Safari 13 Released for Mac

Safari 13 has been released for Mac users running MacOS Mojave and macOS High Sierra. Later, Safari 13 will also arrive along with MacOS Catalina when that operating system is released in October. Safari 13 includes improvements to privacy, security, and compatibility, and is therefore recommended to install for all Mac users. Additionally, there are … Read More

How to Add Filters to Video on iPhone & iPad with iOS 13

You can easily add filters to your videos captured on iPhone or iPad, a new ability that has been introduced in the latest versions of iOS and iPadOS. We’ve been able to apply filters to photos via the Photos app for years, but being able to do the same to video via the Photos app … Read More

How to See Your Recently Played Songs in Apple Music

Would you like to see a generated playlist of songs you’ve recently played and listened to on Apple Music? You can do that easily from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This goes beyond just browsing your Apple Music listening history, as you’ll get a playlist generated just for recently played songs. If you’re an iPhone … Read More

How to Delete & Disable Significant Locations Data on Mac

Want to clear and disable Significant Locations data stored on your Mac? For some quick background, your Mac will attempt to determine what locations are significant to you in order to provide you with location related information for Maps, Photos, Calendars, and with other apps too. These stored places are referred to as “Significant Locations” … Read More