Planning a vacation this summer? A little tech prep can help ensure that your devices don’t let you down while you’re away. We have advice for what to bring, essential apps, and more. | CreativeTechs.com
Apple has published a white paper that offers an illuminating look at how the company works to increase device longevity while balancing environmental impact, protecting customer privacy and safety, and enabling transparency in repair. | CreativeTechs.com
It’s frustrating to receive a small or fuzzy image via email or Messages. There’s no need for it in most cases, and we explain how you can be sure you’re sending full-size images. | CreativeTechs.com
If you use Google Chrome or another Chromium browser instead of Safari, you can stay secure by following two simple rules regarding updates and extensions. | CreativeTechs.com
You can take advantage of Apple’s Live Text feature in Photos to catalog books, boxes, or any other items with text names. Think of it as a lazy person’s ad hoc database. | CreativeTechs.com
For better results when a team or family group needs to share 2FA codes to log in to a website, try to use an authentication app instead of SMS, or better yet, use a password manager that can both generate 2FA codes and share logins with a group. | CreativeTechs.com
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Sorry, 27-inch iMac lovers, but Apple isn’t going to release a 27-inch iMac with Apple silicon chips. We explain why and run down the upgrade options for those who need to move on. | CreativeTechs.com
Generative AI is all the rage, but what if you want to use it to create more than bad essays and surreal images? We explain how to make the most of AI chatbots and artbots, and how to benefit from AI-powered search engines. | CreativeTechs.com
If you ever regret making a change too long ago to revert using Undo, try the versioning capabilities in many macOS apps that let you view, copy data from, and revert to previous versions of a document. | CreativeTechs.com