It’s possible to change settings on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac so that it can’t download all images, but they’re still secure in iCloud.
While lithium-ion batteries don’t suffer from the long-ago dread “memory effect,” they age poorly when fully charged most of the time.
It’s all about the hard links.
Sometimes pictures are cropped in our photo-management apps for a particular reason. Can you restore the full image?
Your iPhone is trying to send photos in an incompatible format, but you have options.
You may have moved on, but they’re still lingering among your images.
If you migrate to a small drive, you may need to combine cloud methods to make it all work.
Video you shot long ago with older devices require conversion to work in Catalina.
You may have some orphaned files and want to update them. Now is the time, but only if you haven’t updated yet to Catalina.
Forgot the secret to get in your document? It’s probably in your keychain.
This compact surge protector hugs the wall, so it takes up much less space than an outlet strip. And it has integrated 2.1A USB charging ports, too.
Apple doesn’t have built-in merging tools, but you can make it work.
If your only reasonable path to the internet is over Wi-Fi, your Mac can help.
Wi-Fi calling doesn’t mean you’re calling over Wi-Fi owned by the cellular carrier.
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