Some MacBook models from 2013-2014 suffered delamination with their anti-reflective screen coating. They are no longer eligible for free repair.
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.
Lisa Hamilton and Bob “Dr Mac” LeVitus join host Kelly Guimont to talk about Apple Setup Calls for new products, and Bob’s Cricut adventures.
Whether it’s AppleCare+ or AppleCare Protection, it’s possible to cancel your plan and get a refund.
Cool Stuff(s) Found abound, and you’re in for a treat. Something for everyone, apps, hardware, macOS, iOS, you name it! Then it’s on to some questions about iTunes warning. And have you used the Apple Support app? There’s a great story about that, too.
No guide can cover every single issue though, and if the problem keeps persisting you’ll want to bring it to Apple’s support team.
By launching another YouTube channel, Apple is admitting it is still behind in the video game.
Apple updated its Apple Support app for the iPhone this week, adding in a new Discover section with tips for your devices and a redesigned interface.
Videos cover things like, “How to print from your iPhone or iPad,” “How to take a screenshot on your iPhone or iPad,” and “How to update iOS.”
Last month, Dr. Mac told you that once you upgraded to iTunes 12.7, you would only be able to buy and manage iOS apps on your iOS devices, with no way to manipulate them with your Mac or PC anymore. That may not be the case anymore…