How to Download and Install Older macOS Versions With Terminal

How to Download and Install Older macOS Versions With Terminal

When it’s time to install a new version of macOS or download a new update, nearly everyone turns to the Mac App Store to start the process. While the App Store makes OS installations easy and relatively painless, it doesn’t always work—and it might be time to turn to Terminal (and a little creativity) instead.…

How to Prevent iOS 13.2 From Breaking Your HomePod

How to Prevent iOS 13.2 From Breaking Your HomePod

Apple released iOS 13.2 the other day, which adds some neat features for your HomePod—including the ability to detect and differentiate between multiple voices and pass audio from an iPhone to the Homepod by bringing the phone near the speaker. The bad news is that this update seems to be bricking some HomePods… Read more……

How to Access a Lost iPad That's Locked With Apple's 'Find My'

How to Access a Lost iPad That's Locked With Apple's 'Find My'

Apple’s “Find My” feature can be a powerful tool for recovering lost or stolen devices. It can also be a pain in the ass if you’ve purchased or otherwise legally acquired a used device that’s still tied to another person’s account. In this week’s Tech 911 column, we’re tackling the latter. Read more… Read full…

How to Mute Individual Email Threads in iOS 13

How to Mute Individual Email Threads in iOS 13

The dings and chimes of your smartphone’s notifications are a part of the background din of everyday life. While these help us stay on top of our important communications, the constant noise can create anxiety. And there’s no worse culprit of superfluous notifications than an email inbox that’s stuffed with threads… Read more… Read full…