Universal Clipboard lets you copy text, images, and videos from one Apple device and paste it onto another, as long as you're logged into both. For example, you can copy a text paragraph on your Mac and paste it on your iPhone. In theory, it sounds wonderful, and when it works, it does feel magical. But in case Universal Clipboard is not working for you between your iPhone, iPad, and/or Mac, this guide will help troubleshoot the problem.
Flash storage on the 256GB version of the M2 MacBook Pro is dissapointingly slow versus the equivalent previous-generation model with the M1 chip.
Next-generation Apple M3 chips will reportedly debut in 2023 inside the company's MacBook Air laptops, including a new 15-inch model. It should also power a new iMac all-in-one desktop and appear in a rumored new Apple notebook which should come equipped with a 12-inch display said to be similar to the company's discontinued 12-inch MacBook notebook.
In this Mac tutorial, we show you how to create a new volume using Disk Utility and erase or delete it if required.
In this hands-on video walkthrough, we go hands-on with Stage Manager, Apple's new multitasking feature in iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 Ventura.
Apple's iOS 16 supports automatic verification in compatible apps and websites, allowing you to bypass CAPTCHA prompts while still proving you're human.
This handy tutorial shows you how to copy iCloud contacts on your iPhone or Mac to Google Contacts.
Apple has now begun accepting preorders for its updated 13-inch MacBook Pro notebook powered by the company's latest Apple M2 chipset.
You can order Apple's refreshed 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro notebook from Friday, June 17, with retail availability starting beginning Friday, June 24.
The latest improvements to Fantastical's scheduling features on Apple's devices include a detailed overview of your availability along with a new Break Time feature.
Most people who want to query their network’s data speeds will fire up a web browser and load the speedtest.net website, or at least something comparable. But if you’re using macOS Monterey or later, then you can do this right from a Terminal window.
This tutorial shows you how to create a separate volume (partition) on your Mac’s internal drive to install macOS Ventura on it.
Using this method, you will have two macOS versions on the same Mac. The first volume will have the macOS you’re currently running (likely macOS Monterey), and the second volume will have macOS Ventura. You will be able to start up your Mac into either one.