We’re not responsible for Apple Maps, despite what some Macworld readers think, but we have some advice.
The Contact Sheet, ironically, is the best method to preserve dimensions.
It’s tempting because of the price, but you’ll regret the performance.
You may want to modify who can see images, or they no longer want to have the storage occupied.
Old monitors look terrible compared to modern ones, so much so you might think something’s wrong.
A few options can work, depending on the damage and your model.
A few Terminal commands can remove files that may be blocking your drive from mounting.
You can overcome one of iCloud Photos limitations and limited storage with a bit of effort.
Apple requires a somewhat accurate date and time to access its servers in certain scenarios.
Searching in the TV app in Catalina doesn’t produce expected results.
You can use one Apple ID for media and app purchases and another for email, contacts, calendars, and messaging.
It’s hidden in plain sight in the Print dialog.
What’s stored where and for how long is a tangled question.
A disappearing button will provide the answer when you’re trying to get your Keynote slides on the right screen.
Get the best of full-screen presentation mode without using it.