Purpose: iPad as an additional Mac display I sometimes use my iPad Pro as a second screen to my 13″ MacBook Pro for design applications when away from my iMac set up. Ex-Apple Engineers turn your iPad into an extra display. Now for Mac & PC. Developer’s webpage review by MacStories – Frederico Viticci &
Appleinsider provide a useful heads up to some functionality that is currently not working when you update to the new MacOS Sierra. They have highlighted issues with: Wired networking ScanSnap drivers Bluetooth functionality Read the detail here Share this reboot
Check out noodlesoft’s 50% off birthday gift to everyone…but move quickly! The developer’s note reads… Ten years ago today, Hazel 1.0 was released. It’s gone through many changes over the years, includings its price. To celebrate Hazel’s 10 Year Anniversary, I am offering Hazel at its 2006 price: $16 (that’s 50% off!)…No special code or link.
With Apple’s Mac OS encouraging multi-tasking and with the performance of the latest hardware, we now have the ability to run multiple applications at any one time; there is a good chance that the desktop becomes confused. One option is to use Apple’s built in Expose (Ctrl-up arrow) you can quickly see what you have
I have set up Apple’s family sharing for the four of us at home and it works well, allowing us to freely download purchases made on the AppStore and iTunes for apps, music, films etc. When it comes to newspapers and magazines it is not entirely clearly how family sharing works. The article linked here
Engadget (Devinda Hardawar) have published this interview with Evernote’s CEO Chris O’Neill. I have quoted the following statement from O’Neill as a reaction to recent unrest from Evernote users following recent pricing changes. We have an obligation to our users to be a sustaining company that lasts forever. We call it Evernote for a reason.
Apple’s Keynote for OSX and iOS provides a great and intuitive alternative to the staple Microsoft Powerpoint. The OSX and iOS versions are now closer aligned so that “handoff” editing is easier between all devices with presentations being saved in the cloud. Keynote Remote is included in the latest versions of Keynote for
Apple’s support page to help you resolve issues that might keep your Mac from completely starting up, try safe mode. To start up your Mac in safe mode: Start or restart your Mac. Immediately after you hear the startup sound, press and hold the Shift key. Release the Shift key when you see the Apple logo
I’m a curious geek…I get some of my kicks out of testing the latest and greatest from all the OSX and iOS developers out there, and there are a lot with 2 million on Apple’s App store. However every so often I catch myself and take a look at the app “bloat” I have accumulated.