If you have a backup that’s old enough, you can use Time Machine to restore photos that you’ve deleted in the Photos app.
It’s a little presumptuous of Apple to make a folder that organizes selfies and which cannot be disabled nor controlled.
Using sync software can take the tedium out of backup up your Mac’s Photos Library.
This smart outlet strip has it all: sophisticated scheduling, power monitoring, and support for voice control via Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and Microsoft Cortana.
Time Machine lets you have multiple active backup volumes at once.
Diagnosing an oddball scenario in which you can’t enable FileVault requires more information than macOS provides.
Handoff lets you pass activities between iOS and macOS, but iOS 12 makes it easier.
If you have a large file you need to share with several people, go a different route.
Mojave offers new controls to prevent apps from gaining unwanted access.
Harassers always find a way to reach you. The best way out, unfortunately, is to get a new number.
Apple made it easy to get on the public beta train, but make sure to hop off when you want to.
Have an old Time Capsule? Replace it before its storage device fails on you.
What if you know a file exists, and no amount of searching and browsing discovers it? It’s time to use the Terminal.
Apple's 2FA doesn't use GPS, which results in locations that aren't exactly where you are.
There are a couple of ways you can unmix a set of pictures in Apple’s Photos app.