iMovie: Your 101 Guide

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Filmmaking is no longer exclusive for professional filmmakers. These days, mobile camera quality keeps getting better and better, and video editing software and tools are becoming more accessible to all. That means anyone can now film, edit, and upload videos in just a few steps. Now, if you want to get started with filmmaking, Apple has a surprise for you and that is pre-installed on your Mac – the iMovie. The iMovie app is a great tool that lets you create, edit, and share beautiful custom videos within the comforts of your home, workspace, or anywhere you can use your […]

How to Add AirDrop to Your Dock?

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Do you frequently use AirDrop to transfer files from your Mac to other Apple devices and vice versa? Well, today is your lucky day as we share with you a neat trick to help you get the most out of this exclusive Apple feature. In this article, we’ll show you how to add Mac AirDrop to your Dock for an easier and faster access. Why Add AirDrop to the Dock? AirDrop is Apple’s exclusive app that allows users to transfer files, such as photos and videos, between Macs, iPhones, and iPads. It uses Bluetooth connectivity to discover and broadcast availability […]

How to Maximize Siri on Your Mac

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Before 2016, you can only talk to Siri through your iPhone or iPad. But with the introduction of macOS Sierra, Apple decided to finally allow Mac users the benefit of Siri’s assistance. Since then, Apple’s very own voice-controlled AI has been helping Mac users accomplish various tasks as their personal digital assistant. However, if you are a new Mac user, you might find that the Siri app is somewhat different from its iOS counterpart. So, in order to use and maximize Siri well, you need to know what it can and can’t do on a desktop or a laptop ecosystem. […]

Everything You Need to Know About Apple Retina Display

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When you hear the word retina, the words that come to mind are vivid, colorful, sharp, and clear but not apple. But did you know, specifically for non-Mac users, that surprisingly Retina is a widely-used and highly associated word to Apple because of the term Retina Display? What is Retina Display? Retina display is directly associated with the pixel density of Mac’s screen. Pixel density is what gives the screen its sharp quality. The Apple Retina display was introduced during the launch of iPhone 4 in June 2010. It was the first Apple product to had the Retina display. Steve Jobs […]

Are Refurbished Mac Laptops any Good?

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Mac laptops are amazing devices, especially if you typically work on graphics or videos. This is one of the reasons why these devices are much sought-after. Unfortunately, a brand new Mac laptop does require quite a significant amount of money. But if owning a Mac is a dream for you, there is a way you can own one without breaking your savings, buying a refurbished Mac laptop. A refurbished MacBook costs significantly less than a brand new unit. However, you’ll need to understand that there are risks involved with purchasing a refurbished laptop so you need to know how and […]

Where to Find the Best Mac Deals

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If you’re looking for the best Mac deals in the market, then this article is for you. It is easy to find Apple laptop deals online because most major retail websites sell Macs all the time. However, it is important to compare the price points first so you can be sure that you get the best deal out of every available offer. Whether you want a MacBook, a MacBook Pro, or a MacBook Air, comparing prices from various online retail stores will help you get the best price deal for the device you desire. So where do you find the […]

What is MacBook’s Battery Cycle Count?

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The life expectancy of your MacBook battery relies on its battery cycle count. Once your MacBook battery cycle count has reached its limit, it is considered drained. Although there are times when it may still work, the battery life will deplete significantly, an obvious sign that you need a MacBook battery replacement. Now, what exactly is MacBook battery cycle count? How do you calculate it? How will you know you’ve reached its maximum limit? In this post, we’ll try our best to answer all your questions. We’ll begin with how to calculate your MacBook battery cycle. How to Calculate Your MacBook […]

MacBook Versus iPad Pro: Your 101 Guide

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Since the release of the iPad Pro, many Apple fans found themselves torn between getting an iPad or a MacBook. While some think that the iPad Pro is an incredible device because of its portability and how it works well as long as there is an Internet connection, others believe that a MacBook is still the excellent multi-tasking device with a permanent keyboard, but either way, both can be used in coffee shops, classroom setting, meeting rooms, at home, and every other place you can imagine. Unfortunately, many Apple fans fail to look beyond pricing and portability. Both the laptop […]

Mac versus PC: Your 101 Guide

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The Mac versus PC debate has been going on for years now. It began because some Mac users don’t like the thought of using Windows computers thinking they are slow and insufficient, and Windows users think that Macs are impractical to use. So, here’s our take on finding out the truth. Are Windows computers really slow or Are Macs too expensive? 11 Factors to Consider When Choosing Between a Mac or PC In this article, we are going to provide a fair comparison between the two. We will have a closer look at each computer’s technical specifications and evaluate their unique […]

How to Use Query Language on Your Mac

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If you’ve been using your Mac for quite some time already, it’s very likely that you would have accumulated thousands of files, or even more. From everyday documents to pictures and videos, the number of files quickly adds up. And assuming that you belong to the majority of Mac users, your file organization skills are to be desired. So most likely, you rely on query apps, such as All My Files or Recent. While both those apps are great ways to locate the files you need, there’s another much less used option on Mac that is far more powerful in […]