At some point, Dr. Mac decided that my iPhoto/Photos library was too big and archived everything prior to 2014 in a second iPhoto/Photos library, which is where PowerPhotos came in.
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Dr. Mac has discovered something approaching the holy grail of image-processing—a way to enlarge (or reduce) an image with fewer visible artifacts and jagged edges, and less blurriness and other unwanted elements.
Dr. Mac explains why he loves his new AirPods Pro for their passive and active noise cancellation, excellent sound quality, and comfortable silicone ear tips, all in Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #361.
Dr. Mac is impressed with the latest release of Bare Bones Software’s venerable Mac text editor, BBEdit, saying it just keeps getting better and better, with the latest release (BBEdit 13), adding several extremely useful features.
Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus looks back at 25 years of writing New Year’s columns, and some of the predictions he got right and some of the predictions he got wrong.
Dr. Mac loves his 1st gen Apple AirPods, but it turns out he loves his new AirPods Pro even more, as he explains in episode #360 of his long-running Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves column!
So, each year Dr. Mac tests dozens of iPhone cases and selects the handful he likes best to share (in Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode 359).
Dr. Mac has done the research, and has his official recommendation for a mesh network for those looking to upgrade their Wi-Fi or replace Apple’s canceled AirPort networks.
Dr. Mac used to eschew protecting his iPhones in any way, but after he scratched one iPhone and cracked the screen of another, he changed his tune…
Dr. Mac says the new Logitech MX Master 3 mouse is, “closer to perfection than any other pointing device he’s ever used… find out why in episode #356 of Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves.
Until recently, Dr. Mac did 100% of his video editing on his Mac, but he’s finally found an iOS/iPadOS app that is so good he’s doing more of his video editing on his iPad (and loving it).
Dr. Mac says that macOS Catalina is causing more issues than any macOS upgrade in recent memory; read Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #355 for the gruesome details…
macOS 10.15 Catalina is available for download, and, as usual, Dr. Mac warns not to install it just yet.
Dr. Mac says the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the best iPhone yet, then explains why he isn’t going to buy one.
Dr. Mac tried to pay for his new iPhone 11 Pro Max at an Apple Store with his Apple Card… and that’s when the fun began.
After being “off the grid” in Montana’s beautiful Glacier National Park last week, Dr. Mac offers a handful of things to consider before you embark on your next trip.
Apple held its fall product announcement event last week in Cupertino, and although Dr. Mac wasn’t there, he watched it on Apple TV and (big surprise) has some strong opinions…
Dr. Mac has literally millions of files on thirteen hard disks stored in two locations (or three if you count the cloud), and now he has the app that helps him wrangle all those files: NeoFinder.
Regardless of what you might seek—a new or used Mac, a peripheral, an iDevice, a performance upgrade, a protective case, or something else entirely—Dr. Mac almost always has an opinion on where he likes to shop for the best product of that type at the lowest price.
Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus has been poring over macOS Catalina betas while working on his next For Dummies books, and he has compiled a list of features he thinks you’ll love about the next macOS release.