20+ Work From Home tips for Mac and iPhone users

MacBook and iPhone kept on table at home

For decades people have been working in offices as it has its advantages like teamwork, meeting old and new colleagues in person, the easy building of work relationships, maintaining work-life balance, effortless collaboration, and more. That's why companies like Apple are asking employees to physically be in their offices.

That being said, some jobs are designed to be done from home, and several companies, like Twitter, Reddit, Spotify, Atlassian, etc., have allowed permanent Work From Home (WFH) for their employees. If you're someone who works from home, here are Mac and iPhone tips followed by some general tips to ensure you do your job well while keeping yourself healthy and your employer pleased.

homeOS remains elusive, but appears again in a brand new Apple job listing

It's been a bit of a busy years (going on a busy two years, honestly), so no one would blame you if you didn't remember that, at one point, it was rumored that Apple could be launching a brand new operating system in 2021. Or just rebranding an existing framework. Either way, "homeOS" was all the rage for a very short period of time, and now it's back to help stoke the rumor flame.