Category Archives: macOS

Apple updated macOS and iOS

Just reminder, did you not update your Macs and iOS devices yet? If you use FaceTime, you should. Internet network is full of news with critical bug in FaceTime software and due to very high severity, Apple even turned off its servers for Group FaceTime calls. Bug is already fixed and you should update your Macs and iOS… Read More »

Older Macs Pro and iMac 27-inch Late 2012 running macOS Mojave

Apple recently released macOS Mojave, an operating system for Apple’s computers – Macs. As minimum, you will need a Mac supporting Metal technology. Basically, you will need a Mac from 2012 or newer – except Mac Pro, you will need Mac Pro from 2013, a trash-can designed workstation. But if you upgrade stock GPU in modular Mac Pro… Read More »

Special version of iTunes with App Store no longer works under macOS Mojave

In the past, iTunes could be used to install iOS apps downloaded via Mac into iOS devices, but this feature was slowly purged from iTunes. As first, Apple removed capability to import iOS apps installers from iOS device to Mac, but apps could be still downloaded to iTunes Library manually from integrated iOS App Store. Unfortunately, this feature… Read More »

Apple released MacOS Mojave, iOS 12, watchOS 5 and tvOS 12

Apple released new major updates of its operating systems – macOS for Macs, iOS for iPhones and iPads, watchOS for Apple’s smart watches and tvOS for Apple TVs 4th generation (and higher). Systems were announced at WWDC 2018 Keynote at 4th June 2018. After long betatest, both for developers and public users, final versions are here to download.… Read More »

HEIF and HEVC – new formats of multimedia

Do you remember HD-ready TVs? And later Full HD resolution? In that times, it was something amazing. But time flies, we got 4K resolution, HDR technology, and the main “issue” – much increased bitrate, which is critical to use services like streaming movies via Internet provided by services like Netflix. High data demanding tasks like streaming 60 FPS… Read More »

Smart Internet indicator for Mac – I’m online?

More and more households are getting a wireless router to create Local Area Network (LAN) with Internet connectivity. Router is something like door between your home network and worldwide Internet. Internet connection is, of course, not required to create LAN, you can create home network to link computers together without any access to Internet. Sometimes something goes wrong… Read More »