As amazing as MacBooks are, they are not immune to damage. As such, they need the most you can give in terms of care and protection. Whether you own a MacBook Air or a MacBook Pro, here are some ways you can keep your laptop safe from the elements and protect your investment.
iCloud is a service that makes storing files and sending them back to your MacBook such a breeze. However, it may be daunting to first-time MacBook users who don’t have an idea what iCloud is all about. If you’re new to the world of MacBooks and iCloud storage, don’t worry. In this blog, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the entire process of accessing the service, storing files, and transferring them to your MacBook. So, read on.
Whether it’s for adding apps to your device or saving your important files and folders, reliable storage is an absolute must for your MacBook. However, there’s more than just one kind that you can choose, and the best option isn’t exactly as obvious and clear as you would think it is.
Before making a decision to go for upgraded storage or purchase external drives, you must first learn the difference between the default hard drive that comes with your machine and your external options — and the difference between said options, as well.
No matter what model your MacBook is, the MagSafe power adapter is your most important accessory, bar none. Without the MagSafe, you wouldn’t be able to charge your MacBook. You also wouldn’t be able to connect your MacBook to an outlet and use it as a power source.
This is why it is crucial that you take care of your MagSafe, especially its cables, which can get damaged if not used properly.
Your MacBook Pro has built-in microphones that can be used for a wide variety of functions, including voice and video calling on Skype or Facebook and recording your voice for a track.
If you’re new to the world of Apple’s laptops and just bought your first MacBook Pro or you’re about to buy one, there’s no need to fret. This article will discuss in detail everything you need to know about the MacBook Pro’s built-in microphones. So, read on.
Internet cookies (or just cookies) are small bits of data sent by websites and stored on your computer by the web browser you are using.
They allow websites to remember stateful information such as what items you bought from an online store or the kind of tickets you bought from an airline website. Cookies are also used to record your activity on the websites you browse, including what pages you visited in previous sessions as well as any buttons you may have clicked.
At the start of the year, Dell hosted a hands-on trial for its updated XPS 13 laptop. The new model, coming out later this year, joins Apple’s MacBook Pro (13”) in the category of high-performance, ultra portable laptops. Both machines pack considerable power in their compact, lightweight frames—which prompts the question: which one should you get?
The MacBook Air is a sleek and attractive laptop with some solid specs. However, the most common complaint people have is that it has such limited storage. With the higher end model, you still only get storage worth 256GB that’s upgradeable to 512GB. By today’s standards, that is not nearly enough space. The good news, however, is that it’s an easily solvable problem. Here are five great storage solutions for your MacBook Air.
When you first set up your MacBook, you were asked to create your own personal user account. It consisted of your full name, your account name, and your password. But what if, for whatever reason, you wanted to replace it with an entirely new one? Well, the good news is you can, and it’s a very easy process. Here’s how to do it.
The Face ID is a facial recognition system designed by Apple Inc. and unveiled on September 12, 2017, together with their flagship iPhone X. Like its predecessor the Touch ID, Face ID is a form of biometric verification. As of now, the feature is only available on the iPhone X.