When should you upgrade to macOS 14 Sonoma There’s no need to install it today, but we think it’s now safe for those who want to take advantage of the new features and integration with Apple’s other operating systems.
If you notice strange behavior in your online accounts, you might have been hacked. It’s imperative that you act immediately to verify the breach, change passwords, lock accounts, and alert support personnel. We provide steps here.
Have you wanted to put Zoom meetings on a large-screen TV? You can now do that with tvOS 17 and the new Zoom app for Apple TV. It takes some getting used to due to the lack of a keyboard and any way to follow links, but it does work.
In iOS 17.3, Apple has introduced Stolen Device Protection to discourage iPhone thefts enabled by a revealed passcode. It requires additional biometric authentication, and we recommend that everyone who uses Face ID or Touch ID enable it.
Do you frequently use the internal search engine on a website? You can now search that site faster using Safari’s Quick Website Search feature, which automatically learns which sites you search.
Screenshots and screen recordings are helpful for capturing things that happen on your Mac screen for later reference. The macOS screenshot control bar makes it easy to take screenshots and movies, and our handy guide helps you work with it.
Are you disillusioned by Google due to its search quality or how it tracks your activity to serve targeted ads? Consider other search engines that promise to protect your privacy and provide independent search results.
The new Standby mode turns your iPhone into a digital picture frame, clock, or customizable widget display—and it remembers which approach you prefer in different locations.
Safari in macOS 14 Sonoma introduced Web apps—also known as site-specific browsers—that let you turn a website into what looks and feels like an independent app on your Mac.