Apple has introduced a new privacy feature for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV in the latest OS betas that help you understand how a system app or feature is collecting and using your personal information. We now know how it works and have some screenshots showing it in action.
Building a more secure foundation for its platforms, Apple’s added a new privacy feature to iOS 11.3, macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 and tvOS 11.3 to help you see when an Apple app or feature is trying to access your personal information.
iOS 11.3 brings back Messages on iCloud, a feature pulled from iOS 11 during the beta testing period last year. It saves storage space on your device, makes iPhone backups smaller and gets all your texts and iMessages upon signing into a new iPhone, iPad or Mac.
Apple is reportedly planning to release a brand new entry-level MacBook model with a thirteen-inch screen in the second half of 2018, potentially replacing its popular MacBook Air, according to industry sources.
Pixelmator Pro’s version 1.0.6 update has added custom aspect ratios and custom presets to the crop tool, as well as a range of other improvements and bug fixes that improve your image-editing experience.
Facebook’s desktop site is fully adopting Stories. You’ll soon be able to upload photos and videos to your Story from your Mac or Windows PC, and even record video with your webcam to post to a Story from desktop.
Learn how to record FaceTime video calls on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Although Apple didn’t add a “record” button to FaceTime, it is still possible to keep a video recording of a conversation. We’ll show you exactly how it’s done, step by step.