Apple released iOS and iPadOS 15.6.1, along with macOS Monterey 12.5.1, to address security problems that may have been actively exploited.
Dr. Mac explains why his iPad now lives on his desk. (Hint: It’s called Universal Control.)
New iOS 15.5 beta software is available, along with new builds for iPadOS and macOS Monterey. Both developer and public betas are available.
Apple has not issued security updates for macOS Big Sur and Catalina, leaving many older Macs vulnerable to two security exploits.
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If you’ve noticed a problem with your Shift key in Universal Control on an iPad, you aren’t alone. Here’s how to fix it.
Thursday saw a number of important software updates from Apple. Among them, macOS Monterey 12.3.1 arrived to fix several issues.
It’s World Backup Day and Dr. Mac has his annual reminder for you…make sure you have a solid backup plan and test your backups.
With the loss of its menu bar option, you may wonder how to reset Bluetooth on macOS Monterey. Wonder no more, as Jeff Butts explains how.
Have you ever wondered how iCloud Private Relay works? Cloudflare, a partner of Apple that operates portions of the infrastructure, explains.
Apple has released new developer betas for its operating systems that include iOS 15.4 beta 5, iPadOS 15.4 beta 5, and others.