Power scheduling lets you set a custom time for your Mac to automatically start up, wake, sleep, restart or shut down. You might do this if you want to be sure your Mac turns off when you aren’t working and turns on before you come to work.
Apple today refreshed its Mac notebook lineup with all-new 13 and 15-inch models that have Touch Bar and Touch ID in place of the hardware function keys row, among other new features. It’s a stellar feature that I can’t wait to use.
According to Apple, the Touch Bar is meant to replace the function keys “that have long occupied the top of your keyboard with something much more versatile and capable.” I’m sold on the new Touch Bar, but where did the dedicated Power button go and how exactly do you turn this thing on now?
I love my Mac, but honestly, I hate the AC adapter. The ‘wall wart,’ as I like to call it, sticks out so far from the wall that it can be incredibly inconvenient for plugging in behind couches and in other tight spaces.
Blockhead, which was only just recently announced, eliminates the annoying protrusion of Apple’s AC adapter and is now available from Ten One Design.
Now that the Blockhead is available for purchase, we’ve been lucky enough to get our hands on one. In this review, we’ll walk you through its design and how it looks.
There may be a time when you go to use your Mac and it doesn’t turn on at all. As reliable as Macs can be, there are times when they hiccup. In this piece, we’ll talk about what you can do to troubleshoot a Mac that doesn’t appear to be turning on after you use the power button.