With Handoff, part of Apple's Continuity features, you can start something on one devices (like an iMessage on your iPhone) and finish it off on another (like your Mac or iPad). Here's how to set up and use it on your Mac.
The Mac App Store is your portal to expanding your Mac program library via apps and games of every kind. All you have to do is download them and you're set! Here's how to start using the Mac App Store.
Out with the old and in with the new — Apple has done away with every port, aside from the 3.5mm headphone jack and Thunderbolt 3. How does Thunderbolt 3 work, and what does it mean for my peripherals?
The Mail app for Mac lets you use any email account you have without having to constantly go to that service’s website. You can sync your Gmail accounts, Outlook accounts, carrier-specific accounts, school accounts, work accounts… You get the picture. All you have to do is set things up. Here’s how!
They may not look totally schway, but a hip holster or belt clip for your iPhone 7 Plus keeps it readily accessible and keeps you from having to awkwardly jam it in your pocket, making it just as awkward to get it back out again. Here are our favorite belt cases!
Find My Mac is the best way to find and protect your lost or stolen Mac. All you need is your Apple ID, another computer or your iPhone, and you’ll be able to locate your Mac, lock it, or erase all of its data. Here’s how to set up and use Find My Mac!
Your Apple ID is your keys to the Apple kingdom. It’s what you’ll use to sign into iCloud, download apps from the App Store, and more. If you don’t have one yet, there are three quick and easy ways to create one. Here’s how!