Do Not Disturb is now Focus, and Dr. Mac says it’s better than ever now.
Dr. Mac shares email from readers you may find helpful, including some information about macOS Monterey and making backups.
Dr. Mac offers up a few more things you can try before you throw in the towel when your Mac is on the fritz.
As promised in his last column, Dr. Mac has more great gift ideas at reasonable prices for the geeks you love.
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Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus offers up a few of the iPhone cases that he’s found to be impressive in 2021, which is saying something considering how many cases cross his desk.
Dr. Mac has some low-cost (and no-cost) gift ideas for the geeks in your life, including Apple Watch suggestions, tips on getting refurbished stuff, and more.
Dr. Mac has been troubleshooting his Mac’s instability lately and offers things to try when your Mac gets wonky.
Dr. Mac’s still having issues with Monterey but that hasn’t stopped him from finding a time-saving utility he’s become enamored with of late.
Dr. Mac’s upgrade to macOS Monterey was neither pleasant nor pretty, and he lays out some of the pitfalls he’s experienced so you don’t have to!
Dr. Mac discovered a few things on a recent road trip that he thinks you may find useful (or at least thought-provoking).
Bob LeVitus shows us how Live Text lets you copy text from a picture and then share it, translate it, dial it, open it, and much more.
Dr. Mac presents three reasons he loves his new iPhone 13 Pro Max: exceptional battery life, beautiful screen, best camera ever.
If you suffer from FOROOJ (Fear of Running Out of Juice), Dr. Mac has the cure (and it’s not “more cowbell…”)
After encountering migration hiccups with his new iPhone 13 Pro Max, Dr. Mac offers tips and advice to make your transition easier.
Dr. Mac is drooling over the iPhone 13 Pro Max: the camera, Cinematic mode, the lenses, the display, and ProMotion all have him excited.
Dr. Mac spent some time shopping for a new iPhone and has determined that if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is…
Dr. Mac shows you how to get more screen real estate for free (as long as your Mac and iPad are new enough…)
Dr. Mac says Do Not Disturb in Big Sur and iOS/iPadOS 14 is good, but its replacement—Focus (in macOS Monterey and iOS/iPadOS 15)—is everything he hoped for and more.
Dr. Mac says Apple’s AirTags are the best tracker for lost items to date but finds Apple’s accessories way overpriced.
Dr. Mac prefers composing text in a plain-text editor instead of a word processor for myriad reasons he discloses in Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #449.