Apple revealed a slew of major product updates on Tuesday alongside the debut of a new Mac desktop computer, the Mac Studio.
If your Mac has been sluggish lately, it can be hard to figure out the cause. Here are 13 potential reasons and fixes to improve your Mac's speed.
JPEG is the most universal graphic file format, but most screenshots come as PNGs. Here's how to convert PNG files to JPEG.
You can use the split screen view on a Mac and work with two apps side-by-side in just a few steps.
Backing up your Mac might not always be a priority – although it should be – and it's easier than you think with Time Machine and iCloud.
Wireless mice are convenient and clutter free. Bluetooth mice can be connected to your Mac in System Preferences.
Using AirDrop is a quick way to share files between Apple devices, such as an iPhone and Mac. Here's how to do it.
You can turn off specific iCloud features, or iCloud as a whole, on most Apple devices and on a Windows computer.
You can transfer files between your iPhone and Mac using AirDrop, iCloud Drive, and Google Drive, among other applications.
You can delete your Gmail account in the "Data & Personalization" section of your Google account settings.
You can convert HEIC files to the JPG format by altering the settings in your iPhone or exporting the images in Preview on a Mac.
You can enable dark mode for Safari on a Mac, iPhone, or iPad, which can help ease eye strain and extend your device's battery life.
On an iPhone or iPad, you can turn off AirPlay from the app you're streaming by tapping the AirPlay icon and selecting "Turn off AirPlay."
You can set up iMessage on your Mac using iCloud, and use it to both send and receive text messages from your Mac desktop or laptop.
You can join a FaceTime call on an Android or a Windows PC by clicking a link sent to you by someone with an Apple device.
Activation Lock is a feature that's designed to prevent theft by requiring you to enter an Apple ID password before using an iPhone or iPad.
You can check your AirPods' battery by opening the case near a paired iPhone or iPad, with a widget, or through your Mac's Bluetooth menu.
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