If you’ve created multiple Apple IDs and you’re trying to clean things up, here’s how to make sure you properly save your data.
Apple makes it hard to find external storage devices that are backed up using Time Machine, but it’s there.
Apple’s full-throated browser support is yet to come, but several apps already handle the advanced encrypted second-factor hardware. The device also includes USB-C for desktop use.
Google offers alternate routes if you know where to look in iOS.
Safari is helpful at generating passwords, but that Safari-generated password may not be saved in third-party password managers.
Time Machine deletes files in its backup, but the deletion process only removes older versions of files.
Apple has a workaround that supports two-factor authentication where it can’t be entered directly.
Sometimes the registered ownership of your Mac’s software gets muddled. Here’s one way to fix it.
It’s not quite intuitive, but you will get a regular Print dialog to appear in Photos.
Perform math with aplomb and little head scratching, as you switch furlongs to fortnights and cups to liters.
It’s as simple as one, two. Or sometimes, just one.
Making multiple archives and backups of your files is a great idea, but copying Time Machine to Backblaze and other services has no advantage.
Yes, it’s a bit of a workaround, but it’s a great help for certain iMovie projects.
Apple offers protections for owners with more to come—buyers be aware!
You can have your Catalina and still be Mojave fresh.