John Kheit says that he enjoys using his Apple Pencil with the iPad Pro, but argues that it needs a few things to make it a lot more useful.
According to Dr. Mac, if you want to avoid the risk of losing your photos, music, videos, documents, bookmarks, and every other precious file on your Mac, you absolutely, positively must have at least one offsite backup.
Dr. Mac explains why he loves using IFTTT, a free platform that helps apps and services work better together.
Now that Dr. Mac has an Arcade subscription for free, he’s been enjoying the games more than he thought he would.
Dr. Mac found HomePod mini’s Intercom feature both fascinating and frustrating; learn more in Episode #419 of Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves.
Apple CEO Tim Cook talked about his company’s integration of hardware, software, and services and its approach to products.
New survey data confirm that hardly anyone is actually paying for Apple TV+, and don’t plan to after the free trial.
Dr. Mac takes a pair of HomePod minis for a test-drive and doesn’t know many (possibly any) speakers this size that sound this good.
With some trepidation, Dr. Mac bought a MacBook Pro M1 with only 8GB RAM because he didn’t want to wait a month for one with 16GB… Was eight (GB) enough?
After countless hours spent creating new Photos libraries, reformatting his SSD, and reinstalling Big Sur (twice), Dr. Mac contacted Apple Support again, hoping the third time would be the charm…
This week Dr. Mac offers his prescription for last-minute gift items that don’t suck…
Andrew finished the nature series on Apple TV+ called “Earth at Night in Color.” He enjoyed the first season and looks forward to more.
After two weeks of troubleshooting, Dr. Mac is still unable to create new shared albums in Photos…
The Mac Observer has a new weekly podcast called, Media+ that looks at Apple’s involvement in digital media, and the industry more broadly.
Dr. Mac tried something that used to “just work” in Photos for Mac, but this time it didn’t…
Dr. Mac says, “since my first obligation is to you, gentle reader, I ignored my own advice and installed macOS Big Sur on my primary Mac a couple of days ago.” And he lived to tell the tale!
Dr. Mac is looking forward to getting an M1-powered Mac, but he has a few concerns before he’s ready to commit.