Category: Apple News


The Default Screen Saver Locations on Mac OS

The Mac has two general directories where screen savers are stored, one at the user level and for each user account, and one at the system level which stores all the default screen savers included on a Mac. Knowing where the screen saver directories are located can be useful for various reasons, whether for installing … Read More

How to Enable Voice Navigation in Maps on iPhone

By default, the Maps app for iPhone will use voice navigation when giving directions. Voice navigation and talking directions is also the standard setting for Google Maps on iPhone too. But sometimes users can accidentally toggle the voice navigation settings off when they didn’t intend to, or forget to turn the voice navigation settings back … Read More

Grab the 2 Default macOS Mojave Wallpapers

MacOS Mojave includes a few stunning new wallpapers that are appropriately desert themed, showing off some gorgeous sand dune formations. The new desktop backgrounds include one picture of sand dunes basked in sunlight for the light theme of macOS Mojave, and another showing the same sand dunes draped in darkness lit by nothing but moonlight … Read More

April Fools: The Broken Screen Wallpaper Prank for iPhone, iPad, Android

It’s April Fools day, which means the internet is basically full of baloney and nothing ca can be trusted or taken seriously. But rather than feed you a lump of imaginary doo-doo, we typically like to share general Apple pranks for April Fools Day around here. This year we’ve got a silly prank that works … Read More

How to Enable Messages in iCloud on iPhone or iPad

iMessages in iCloud is a feature of the Messages app which lets you sync all iMessages through iCloud to other devices using the same Apple ID, offering some other nice benefits in that process. You may have thought that was already how iMessage worked on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, but it turns out that’s … Read More

iOS 11.4 Beta 1 Released for Testing

Apple has released iOS 11.4 beta 1 for iPhone and iPad users enrolled in the iOS beta testing program. The first iOS 11.4 beta release comes a few days after the final version of iOS 11.3 became available for general users. Separately, Apple also released watchOS 4.3.1 beta 1, and tvOS 11.4 beta 1. Presumably … Read More

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 iTunes, and the process its he same on both a Mac and Windows PC. This is a great approach if you want … Read More

Software Update for 2018 MacBook Pro CPU Throttling Issue Released

Apple has released a bug fix software update for macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 aimed specifically at Mac users who own the latest 2018 model year MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar. The update is labeled as “macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 Supplemental Update for MacBook Pro (2018)” and apparently aims to resolve a problem where the … Read More

iOS 11.4.1 Update Released for iPhone and iPad [IPSW Download Links]

Apple has released the final version of iOS 11.4.1 to all iPhone and iPad users. The release comes after a period of beta testing, and while a concurrent beta testing program continues for iOS 12. iOS 11.4.1 is said to include bug fixes and security enhancements and is therefore recommended to install on compatible iPhone … Read More

How to Show the Expanded Print Details Dialog in Mac OS by Default

Do you frequently access the detailed printing options when printing from a Mac? If so, you’ll really appreciate this trick to always show the expanded print dialog window and settings screen. For some quick background, typically when you go to print if you want to see expanded printing options like print paper orientation and paper … Read More