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All Articles by Mike Tanasychuk

Get discounts, rewards, and free rush shipping for using Apple Pay on the web!

Apple has teamed up with a number of merchants and banks to bring customers exclusive savings and rewards over the holidays — all you have to do is check out online with Apple Pay.

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How to start using the Mac App Store

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.

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How Thunderbolt 3 works on the new MacBook Pro

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?

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How to start using Safari on Mac

Safari is Apple’s web browser — your portal to the internet. You can visit websites, bookmark favorite pages, and more. Here’s what you need to know to get started!

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How to set up and start using Mail for Mac

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!

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Best Holster and Belt Cases for iPhone 7 Plus

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!

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How to set up and use Find My Mac

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!

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How to create an Apple ID on your 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!

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How to sell your Mac

There comes a time in every Mac's life when it's time to say goodbye. Maybe it's time to move up to a new model. Maybe it no longer has that new Mac sparkle you crave. No matter what the reason, it's time to part ways. Here are some tips on what you can do to unload your old Mac.

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Best password manager apps for Mac

Easily remembered, broadly repeated passwords are for suckers. Writing them down to type back in, or copy/pasting them each time is not only a hassle, it's a disaster waiting to happen. Here are the best password manager apps for Mac so that you can keep 'em secret and keep 'em safe.

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Best Hard Shell Cases for MacBook

Protecting the outside of your MacBook is a great way to protect its precious insides. Pick up a hard shell cover and save it from scratches and bumps. Here are our favorites!

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Best Workout Cases for iPhone 7

Whether you're running, lifting weights, or doing tai chi, investing in a good workout case is your safest way to take your iPhone 7 with you without destroying it in the process.

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How to use Keyboard accessibility features on Mac

If you have trouble using a keyboard with your Mac, there are accessibility features that can help out. Here's how to enable and use them!

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How to restrict Safari, Camera, FaceTime, Siri, and more with parental controls for iPhone and iPad

Parental Controls, also known as Restrictions, let you manage which features, apps, and content your kids can and can't access on the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.

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How to use Zoom on Mac

The Zoom accessibility feature on Mac allows you to zoom in on the whole screen, not just part of an app. You can do it with keyboard shortcuts or by using your mouse or trackpad's scroll function along with modifier keys. Here's how!

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How to change the look of closed captions on Mac

How do you customize closed captions on the Mac? With accessibility settings!

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How to use visual and color accessibility options on your Mac

How do you change colors, contrast, transparency, cursor size, and otherwise make your Mac easier to see? With accessibility!

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Best Rugged Cases for iPhone 7 Plus

Everyday life can be hectic and if you're the outdoorsy type as well, you'll need a case that can keep up with you and your iPhone 7 Plus adventures. Check out our top picks!

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How to use and customize the Accessibility shortcut on iPhone and iPad

Some Accessibility features on your iPhone or iPad can be accessed or enabled by triple-clicking the Home button. You can set them to match your needs and preferences. Here's how!

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How to use Touch Accommodations on iPhone and iPad

For people with motor skill impairments, Touch Accommodations is a useful and convenient accessibility feature that helps make using a touchscreen much easier and much less frustrating. Here’s how to set things up to work for you.

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