Apple today updated Pages, Keynote and Numbers for Mac, iPhone and iPad with several new features, including comment replying, new auto-correct and text replacement options, 500 professionally drawn shapes and more.
Apple has emailed customers who still use the older Two-Step Verification protection for their Apple ID, telling them that installing iOS 11 or macOS High Sierra will automatically upgrade them to the more robust Two-Factor Authentication system.
With macOS High Sierra being the next major software update for your computer, you might be wondering if your rusty old Mac meets the hardware requirements to install it. Thankfully, iDownloadBlog is here to answer that question.
If you didn’t have the time to work through a plethora of details regarding yesterday’s news, just block five minutes of your time and watch our video walkthrough of the top six WWDC 2017 announcements that you should know about.