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Macworld’s March digital magazine: 5 great iOS 14 hidden features

Every day, Macworld brings you the essential daily news and other info about all things Apple. But staying on top of that torrent of information can be a constant challenge. One solution:…

Apple releases macOS Big Sur 11.2.2 to protect newer Macs from bad USB-C hubs

Apple Thursday released a patch to macOS 11.2 that aims to protect recent Macs from damage when connecting to a non-compliant powered USB-C device. Some users have reported that their Macs…

New features in macOS Big Sur 11.3: Safari customization options, enhanced support for iPhone/iPad apps on M1 Macs, and more

Apple recently released the beta for macOS Big Sur 11.3, and the new features helps enhance the Mac experience. The public beta will be available soon, followed by the release…

How to fix the wrong permissions on several files in macOS

macOS is Unix at its heart, and Unix thrives on “ownership” and “permissions.” These are attributes attached to every file and folder that describe which users and groups have the…

Can’t find the Scheme menu in macOS’s Disk Utility? Here’s how to find it

If you want to use Disk Utility to format—and more often than not, re-format—a drive in macOS, you may sometimes want to first choose the scheme for backwards or multi-platform…

Apple’s event calendar: All the events and product releases we expect for 2021

Updated 01/26/21: We’ve updated this article with our predictions for 2021. Apple has not yet officially announced any of its events for the year, but history gives us lots of clues…

Apple Arcade: ‘Spire Blast’ and ‘NUTS – A Surveillance Mystery’ are now available

Apple’s new Apple Arcade subscription-based gaming service is basically Apple’s way of helping customers sort through the chaff in the App Store, as the highly curated service features premium games…

How to lock files in macOS Big Sur’s Finder

File locking has a long tradition in computing: you or independently running software wants to make sure that a file isn’t modified or deleted when it’s needed or in use….

Put emoji, math, and other symbols at your fingertips with a custom Mac software keyboard

Podcasters and sound engineers often put together what’s called a “soundboard,” which is a collection of frequently used short audio clips that they can trigger with a click. Sometimes these…

How to share your Mac’s screen the quick and easy way in Messages

For nearly 20 years, Apple has offered screen sharing as a basic feature in what was once OS X and is now macOS. This has included a way to share…