Pages for Mac is a fantastic program used to create visually appealing documents, but you might not realize how versatile it is. It can also be used to create digital books for the iBooks app, and sold on the iBooks Store. Here's how to do it. (Via TechRadar)
Got an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? We have the answer. While we're always glad to see the upgrades and new features that are included with each new version of Mac OS X, it's definitely a drag when the new software prevents you from opening older apps or documents. In this edition of Ask, we'll take a look at how to deal with one of those incompatibilities — specifically how to open old Appleworks documents in Yosemite. (Via TechRadar)
Rumors about Apple devices and software continue to trickle out at WWDC draws near. What's going on with iOS 9? What about iPad? And Apple TV? We'll know for sure in a couple of weeks, but for now we'll have to rely on these reports. In the meantime, we can enjoy the first official footage from the upcoming Steve Jobs movie, witness the President tweeting from an iPhone, and more.
In today's Apple Daily, a respected analyst claims that the demand for Apple Watch is already dwindling, Apple reportedly plans to expand its "San Francisco" font to iOS and OS X, and the company is attempting to grab more office space in Silicon Valley even as construction on its "spaceship" campus chugs along.
Have an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? We've got the answer. This time, we have a reader who's been experiencing strange problems with her mouse since upgrading to OS X Yosemite. We'll take a look at a way to make those problems go away.
Just how much of your hard-drive space is taken up by duplicated photos? Well, thanks to two free programs — Duplicate Photos Cleaner and Duplicate Cleaner for iPhoto — you can easily go through a selected drive, folder, or iPhoto library and weed out unnecessary copies, potentially freeing up gigabytes of drive space...
With Apple's latest refreshes to their notebook lineups, they've re-envisioned the trackpad, creating a new version that has a "force-click" feature. By force clicking (pushing down on the trackpad until there's a noticeable extra click), you can define a selected word, preview a web page, and much more. In this how to, we'll show you some hidden features that Apple didn't advertise with the force-click trackpad and show you some of the magic that's possible.
Whether your Mac is new or old, you could probably always do with a little extra speed. Though there are lots of things you can do to improve the performance of your Mac, here are the top 10 tips that will have the biggest impact when it comes to making your Mac run faster.
If your Mac is not online, or if you’ve upgraded an older Mac to Yosemite, the simplest recovery solution is to put an external USB drive or SD card into service using the OS X Recovery Disk Assistant. Our short, simple guide shows how to create one.
Photos for Mac has at last arrived to replace iPhoto and Aperture, and while the new application should feel familiar, there's a little bit of a learning curve. Never fear: In mere minutes, this handy guide will have you organizing and editing your pics like a pro.