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.
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.
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.
Control Center brings together controls for a collection of core macOS features, but its menu bar icon is small, making it hard for some to click. Luckily, there’s a hidden shortcut to bring it up quickly from the keyboard
Are you switching from an iPhone with Touch ID to one with Face ID? The challenge of learning new things can intimidate some people, but we have a list of what you’ll need to know. (And some of the changes are better!)
<div class="media_block"><img src="https://www.creativetechs.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/you-can-now-upgrade-to-macos-13-ventura-when-youre-ready.jpg"></div>When upgrading to a new version of macOS, we err on the side of caution, at least in our recommendations. (We’ve been using macOS 13 Ventura for some time now and often install beta releases on secondary machines for testing purposes.) Upgrading is easy, but if you upgrade too soon, the new macOS version could […]