Alongside the new iMac 24-inch announcement in April this year, Apple also unveiled a new 'Hello' screensaver in macOS Big Sur. The new screensaver showed off the new colors of the M1 iMac lineup. In the screensaver, the greeting 'hello' appears in bright animation and different languages. The iMac 24-inch features an all new design, and is available in seven colours.
The Hello screensaver wasn't available to all macOS Big Sur users, unless you purchased the new 24-inch iMac. If you have one of those, then you could enable the screensaver from the Display options in Settings. However, Apple did include the screensaver in macOS Big Sur, but did not enable it. In this post, you will learn how to install the Hello screensaver on your Mac.
If you own an Apple TV, then you’re probably enjoying some of the features that came with tvOS 14. You have audio sharing, multiuser support for Apple Arcade, expanded support for picture-in-picture, and more.
But don’t overlook the aerial screen saver options. If you like to display those views from above as your screen saver, then you know that there has always been one simple setting to enable them. You couldn’t pick and choose which ones to see, but now you can. Here’s how to choose the aerial screen saver theme on your Apple TV.
Apple yesterday released the tvOS 14 software update that brings new capabilities and feature enhancements to the company’s Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K digital media players. Some of the big ones you’ve already heard about, such as an expanded Picture in Picture feature and multiuser support for Apple Arcade. With the media's attention focused on the headline-grabbing improvements in iOS 14, we thought you might also want to learn about everything new in tvOS 14 so here it goes...
Aside from retiring Apple's Aerial branding for Apple TV screensavers, the new tvOS 14 software makes it easy to include or exclude specific screensaver categories from the rotation.
At iDB, we offer up some terrific wallpapers for your devices. Our Jim Gresham continually finds the best backgrounds for all tastes and preferences. So if you’re in the market for a cool screen saver to go along with your awesome wallpaper, this list is for you.
We’ve assembled some of the best free animated screen savers for Mac. Whether you step away from your computer for a few minutes or just let that screen saver pop up so you can relax for a bit, check out these amazing moving screen saver options. And as a bonus, some double as wallpapers too!
Screensavers are a standard feature on most Macs and PCs that compel the display to loop a constant motion graphic to mitigate the effects of screen burn-in. The need for screensavers isn’t as great on mobile handsets like smartphones and tablets however, since the display typically turns off automatically when it isn’t in use to preserve battery life – a constraint that wired Macs and PCs don’t need to worry about.
While you don’t really need a screensaver on your smartphone or tablet, that doesn’t mean you can’t have one regardless. Apple doesn’t allow this on their brand of mobile handsets out of the box, but if you’re jailbroken, then you can take advantage of a newly released jailbreak tweak dubbed SleepSaver by iOS developer iCraze to circumvent this restriction.
If you’re going to walk away from your Mac for a minute, you might want to start your screen saver. You may not want to lock your computer or put it to sleep, but just display your screen saver instead.
There are three quick and easy ways to create a shortcut to start your screen saver and we’ll walk you through each one.
If you use a screen saver on your Apple TV that displays your own photos or those from Apple, then you don’t to worry about getting new images on a regular basis. But if you use the Aerial screen savers that Apple offers, you can decide for yourself when to receive new ones.
You may only want new aerial screen savers every month due to their size or perhaps you want them every day. Either way, here’s how to change how often your Apple TV checks for new screen savers to download.
As another tutorial in our "New to Mac?" series, we want to help you make your Mac look even more spectacular. Like on Windows, you can pick out a gorgeous background and set a neat screen saver. And you have tons of options for both.
For those new to Mac, here’s how to change your wallpaper and screen saver.
The third beta of the macOS Catalina 10.15 software dropped earlier this week. According to a n ice find by Sydney-based Twitter user Jeremy Bank, the new beta has added a gorgeous new option to the Desktop & Screen Saver preference pane, entitled "Drift".
Apple provides some terrific screen saver options for your Mac. You can choose built-in pictures or your own photos as well as select an animation for a cool slideshow. But what’s missing is the option to use a video.
When you get up in the morning, you don’t have to flip through channels or apps to see what your day looks like. To see the weather, news, calendar events, stocks, and more, just pop on your Apple TV and the DayView app .
The DayView - Personal Dashboard gives you everything you need to start your day.