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How to Deauthorize an Old or Dead Computer Associated with Your Apple ID Using iTunes

How to Deauthorize an Old or Dead Computer Associated with Your Apple ID Using iTunes

When you purchase a digital content from the iTunes Store, App Store or iBooks Store, you can access it from your computer only if it has been authorized to use your iTunes account.

New PC Shipping Estimates Highlight the Need for Apple to Launch New Macs Soon

New PC Shipping Estimates Highlight the Need for Apple to Launch New Macs Soon

New PC shipping estimates for the third quarter of 2016 highlight the need for Apple to deliver new Macs soon. Just like many PC makers, Apple saw its shipments slide by 13.4 percent during Q3 as fans await new models with Intel’s latest processors, faster graphics, and new features.

Apple Patents New Method of Controlling Macs and Future TVs With Gaze and Point Gestures

Apple Patents New Method of Controlling Macs and Future TVs With Gaze and Point Gestures

Apple has been granted a patent that covers a new method of controlling Macs and future television sets using gaze and point gestures. The technology uses 3D depth mapping, similar to that Apple is now using to create depth of field effects with the iPhone 7 Plus’ new camera.

Slack Releases Native Beta App for Mac with Better Performance

Slack Releases Native Beta App for Mac with Better Performance

As a remote worker, Slack is one of the essential tools that I use on a daily basis for team communication. The desktop app for Mac is well designed and offers a great user experience but one thing that always puts me off is the time it takes to switch from one team to another. It loads incredibly slow when switching teams, but their latest beta vastly improves the app’s performance and speed.

The 10 Best Apps for Mac to Boost Your Productivity

The 10 Best Apps for Mac to Boost Your Productivity

When working on your Mac, you may easily spend a portion of your time on simple tasks that could add up to take a significant amount of your time. With the right type of tools, you can stay productive and focus on tasks that are more important rather than spending time on routine work.

Apple Releases Security Updates for OS X El Capitan, OS X Yosemite and Safari

Apple Releases Security Updates for OS X El Capitan, OS X Yosemite and Safari

Last week Apple had released iOS 9.3.5 security update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to fix a serious security exploit.

macOS Sierra Beta Hints at Future Mac Support for 10Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2

macOS Sierra Beta Hints at Future Mac Support for 10Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2

Despite the fact that nothing is official just yet, the expectations at this point is that Apple plans on launching new MacBook hardware in the near future.

Tekserve Collection of Vintage Apple Products Goes up for Auction Soon in New York

Tekserve Collection of Vintage Apple Products Goes up for Auction Soon in New York

One of the best ways to find vintage Apple products is through auctions, and one of the more well-respected third-party repair shops in New York will be putting up their collection soon.

New MacBook Pro With OLED Touchbar Won’t Be Unveiled at iPhone 7 Event

New MacBook Pro With OLED Touchbar Won’t Be Unveiled at iPhone 7 Event

Apple’s big MacBook Pro redesign, which is expected to come with a new OLED touchbar above its keyboard, won’t be unveiled at its iPhone 7 event next month, according to a new report from Bloomberg.

How to Back Up Photos From iPhone to External Hard Drive

How to Back Up Photos From iPhone to External Hard Drive

It’s amazing how quickly my 64 GB iPhone fills up with just the photos. Especially Live Photos. The best thing you can do for your photos is to enable cloud backup. I recommend using iCloud Photo Library – it’s built right in. If you’re looking for a completely free option – Google Photos is also an awesome alternative.