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.
Later this year, when Apple launches the next major updates for iOS and macOS, a new feature will come along for the ride called Continuity Camera. This will allow folks to use their iPhone as their computer's web cam, either wirelessly or wired. Users will also need an accessory to attach their smartphone to their computer, but that won't launch until later this year, too. But one enterprising individual has decided that waiting isn't all that fun.
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.
Apple released its first betas of iOS & iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 Ventura shortly after the conclusion of the WWDC 2022 Keynote address. But one thing that users of sideloaded apps may have noticed after installing these betas is that some things weren’t quite working right – namely the Mail plugin and AltJIT.
Apple's iOS 16, iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura updates lack support for using the iPad as a home hub, and upcoming Matter support may have something to do with it.
You can create a bootable installer for macOS Ventura on a USB flash drive or secondary volume. This is useful if you want to install macOS Ventura on multiple Macs and don't want to download the huge 12 GB file every time on each computer.
In this tutorial, we show you how to create a bootable installer for macOS Ventura on an external drive.
All mentions of support for HDR10+ video coming to the TV app with iOS 16, iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura have been removed from Apple's website.
Read the official macOS Ventura system requirements to confirm that your current Mac has the required hardware to run this macOS 13 update when it drops in the fall.
In the Photos app, there are a couple of different folders that could go with some extra security. However, both the Hidden and Recently Deleted folders are simply out of sight more often than not, with potentially sensitive content easily accessible by anyone who has full access to an iPhone. But that's changing with iOS 16.
One of the more eye-catching new features Apple has announced for macOS Ventura this morning is Continuity Camera. The feature gives Mac customers the ability to use their iPhone as a webcam, and unlocks new capabilities that were never possible before on a webcam.