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MacOS 10.13.5 Beta 1 Released for Testing

Apple has released the first beta version of MacOS High Sierra 10.13.5 for users participating in the Mac system software beta testing program. The macOS 10.13.5 beta 1 release comes a day after the first beta of iOS 11.4 arrived for iPhone and iPad. MacOS 10.13.5 beta 1 presumably focuses on bug fixes and security … Read More

iPhone or iPad Says “Incorrect Password” Fails to Join Wi-Fi? Here’s the Fix

Some iPhone or iPad users may occasionally encounter a strange issue where they are attempting to join a familiar wi-fi network, but iOS throws up an “Incorrect password” error message, and the iPhone or iPad refuses to join the wireless network. Often users will see the “Incorrect password” wi-fi error despite they being certain the … Read More

How to Check if System Integrity Protection (SIP) is Enabled on Mac

System Integrity Protection (SIP) locks down certain Mac OS system folders to prevent modification, execution, and deletion of critical system-level files on the Mac, even with a root user account. While the SIP security feature is enabled by default on all modern Mac OS releases, you may find yourself in various situations where you need … Read More

MacOS 10.13.4 Security Update 2018-001 for High Sierra Released, Along with Safari 11.1

Apple has released a small security update for Mac users running macOS High Sierra 10.13.4. Mac users running High Sierra, Sierra, and El Capitan will also find an update to Safari available. Separately, a small update versioned as iOS 11.3.1 was released for iPhone and iPad users. The software update for macOS High Sierra is … Read More

How to Save a Webpage as PDF on iPad and iPhone the Easy Way

Want to save a web page as a PDF on iPad or iPhone? Generating PDF files of webpages and web articles is now easier than ever before in iOS, thanks to a new obvious “Create PDF” feature that is available in modern system software releases. Any iPhone or iPad running iOS 11 or later now … Read More

3D Touch Not Working on iPhone? How to Fix & Troubleshoot 3D Touch

3D Touch is a feature of some newer iPhone screens that allows the display to detect physical pressure, and then respond with a software action. For example, you can 3D Touch on some app icons and add widgets to the Today Widget screen that way. Or you can 3D Touch to print PDF, or use … Read More

How to Disable Loading of Remote Content & Images in Mail for Mac

Emails often contain remotely loaded content, and most email clients, the Mac Mail app included, will default to automatically loading those remote images and remote content into an email. This is convenient and desired by many as it makes HTML and rich emails appear as intended, including things like HTML signatures. But loading of remote … Read More

Feeling Nostalgic? Run WinAmp in a Web Browser & Play MP3s!

Do you remember WinAmp, the old funky ’90s music player for Windows and Mac? If you were a computer user in the late 1990s during the dot com boom, you probably used WinAmp to play your MP3 library, maybe even running it alongside Napster. At that time the quirky media player felt very modern and … Read More

iOS 12 Release Date Set for Fall

Many iPhone and iPad users are hotly anticipating the eventual release of iOS 12, with its notable performance improvements and optimization focus, along with dozens of refinements and new features. iOS 12 is sure to be a nice software update to devices that will support the latest and greatest iOS ever made, but the obvious … Read More

How to Show a Map of All Geotagged Photos on Mac

Have you ever wished you could view all of your geotagged pictures on a map? With the Mac Photos app, you can do exactly that by accessing a handy map of all images containing geotagging and GPS data, each displayed on a nice navigable map, right within the Photos app of Mac OS. For some … Read More