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Apple Drops 2.81% in Broad Brexit Selloff

6:25 PM, Jun. 24th, 2016 · · Reports

Upside Down $AAPL

Shares of Apple Inc. shed 2.81% Friday in a broad market downturn sparked by Brits voting to leave the European Union, or Brexit for short. The selloff was part of a general panic among investors concerned about what Brexit will do to the global economy.

OS X: Using Policy Banner for Custom Login Screens

9:05 AM, Jun. 24th, 2016 · · Reports

If you're an administrator (or just someone who'd like to have a little fun), you can set up what's called a policy banner, which'll make users accept an agreement before they can log in. This works well in environments with multiple Macs, such as computer labs, but hey, if you want to configure a policy banner on your spouse's computer as a practical joke, this Quick Tip will be good for that, too. We're not responsible for any mayhem this causes.

TMO Daily Observations 2016-06-15: Deleting Stock iOS 10 Apps, Net Neutrality’s Win

1:28 PM, Jun. 15th, 2016 · · Reports

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iOS 10 will let you delete pre-installed apps like Weather, Stocks, and Mail, but that may not be quite as awesome as it sounds. Adam Christianson from the Maccast, John Martellaro, and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to look at what really happens when you delete the pre-installed apps from your iPhone or iPad, plus they share their thoughts on the US Court of Appeals upholding the FCC's Net Neutrality rules. Bonus: Jeff hears phantom audio. Aliens? NSA?

How to Join Apple’s iOS 10 and macOS Sierra Public Beta Program

10:50 AM, Jun. 14th, 2016 · · Reports

Signing up for Apple's iOS 10 and macOS Sierra public betas is easy

If you love rushing in where angels fear to tread, or just want to start playing with iOS 10 and macOS Sierra before they're officially available this fall, it's time to sign up for Apple's public beta program. You'll get access to pre-release versions come July, but keep in mind "beta" means "not ready for daily use on mission-critical devices."

macOS Sierra Drops Support for Several Mac Models

10:31 AM, Jun. 14th, 2016 · · Reports

macOS Sierra adds lots of new features, but drops support for several Mac models

Apple unveiled macOS Sierra during the keynote presentation at its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, and for the past few years new versions haven't left any Macs behind. That changes with the operating system formerly known and OS X, so read on to see if your Mac is up to snuff.

OS X and iOS: Private Browsing, Quickly

8:55 AM, Jun. 14th, 2016 · · Reports

Today's Quick Tip is about fast ways you can start a new private browsing session on either your Mac or your iOS device. So if you need your web searches and history to be secret, you can make that happen, as quick as a wink!

TMO Daily Observations 2016-06-13: WWDC 2016 Keynote Wrap Up

4:08 PM, Jun. 13th, 2016 · · Reports

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Apple hosted its 2016 Worldwide Developer Conference keynote Monday morning with big announcements for watchOS, tvOS, iOS, and the just renamed macOS. John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to share their first impressions and talk about what they saw as some of the most important announcements from today's event.