From new Apple Watches and Apple TVs to Mac and iPhone upgrades, Apple released a slew of products in 2017. But what’s in store for Apple fans in 2018? We’ll likely see iterative updates to existing product lines, but there’s a good chance we’ll get some totally unexpected announcements.
While Apple products are renowned for being highly secure, they’re not completely immune to cyberattacks. Fortunately, Apple frequently releases updates to fix any issue that they’ve discovered. And if you have macOS High Sierra, you need to make sure you’re running the latest patch.
Some Mac users have been using their computers for years without learning many of the most useful keyboard shortcuts. That’s fine, but knowing them would definitely make life much easier. Here are some of the most useful ones you should learn now.
Minimizing (or ‘Docking’) the front app window: Command M
Use this combination when you have several apps, browsers, or Finder windows open and want to minimize the active one.
In its recent Ignite 2017 presentation, Microsoft promised to launch a simplified Outlook for Mac and Windows. The software company aims to reduce the complexity of its email app’s desktop version by emulating the iOS version, which has an uncluttered interface and a modern look.
Together with a new batch of emojis, the latest macOS update comes with security, stability, and reliability improvements. As usual, Apple recommends that Mac users update to macOS 10.13.1 High Sierra, and with good reason: It includes an essential patch to the recently discovered WiFi security vulnerability, KRACK.
Why you should update now
Foremost on Apple’s list of macOS updates is the addition of 70 new emojis.
Millions of merchants accept credit card payments through Apple Pay. Even small businesses weary of data security standards are jumping on board. If you don’t presently accept these mobile payments, it’s time you learn about how simple and safe they really are.
Apple’s latest version of the macOS operating system introduced some wonderful new security features. Unfortunately, one of the improvements currently includes a glaring weakness that will show your password to anyone. An update has been released, but there are a few things you need to do.
iMac and MacBook users can download macOS High Sierra, Apple’s newest operating system that boasts better performance, improved features, and security patches. The new OS has plenty of major and minor updates, but here are some notable features that business users will be excited to hear about.
Just a decade ago, the concept of a phone with a touchscreen was mostly foreign to the average consumer. Today, over 75% of Americans own a smartphone and Apple is leading the way in mobile device innovations. Read on for a recap of everything Apple released at its 2017 fall keynote.
Contrary to popular belief, Macs do get hacked. Although it doesn’t happen as frequently as it does on Windows PCs, Macs have been infected by worms, Trojan horses, and other forms of malware in the past decade. Recently, security researchers discovered a new spyware that has flown under the radar for several years.