10 Ways macOS Catalina Makes Your Mac More Secure

10 Ways macOS Catalina Makes Your Mac More Secure

https://macmost.com/e-2025 Improved security is a big new feature of macOS Catalina. Some features, like a read-only system volume, extra checks by Gatekeeper and the deprecation of kernal extensions will barely even be visible to the typical Mac user. Other features like new permission settings for apps and websites and Sign In With Apple will give…

Frequently Asked Questions About AppleCare

Frequently Asked Questions About AppleCare

https://macmost.com/e-2019 When you buy a new Apple device, you can also purchase an extended warranty called AppleCare+. This not only covers the Mac, iPhone, iPad or other device for an extra year or two, but also adds accident protection and other benefits. With AppleCare+ you can replace a broken screen or other accident damage for…

New Default Font Preference in Mac Pages

New Default Font Preference in Mac Pages

https://macmost.com/e-2023 A new release of Pages, version 8.2, includes a much-requested feature where you can set the default font for basic templates. This allows you to continue to use the Blank template in Pages, but with a font face and size set in preferences. The Body style will match your font and size, and other…

Learn To Use the New Markup Tools in iPadOS

Learn To Use the New Markup Tools in iPadOS

https://macmost.com/e-2015 The new Markup tools in iPadOS look and work better than ever. You can use them to add lines, arrows, highlights, shapes, text and other things to your PDFs, images, screenshots and more. Learn how to access and use the new tools. FOLLOW MACMOST FOR NEW TUTORIALS EVERY DAY ▶︎ YouTube — http://macmost.com/j-youtube (And…

How To Use a Mouse With Your iPad

How To Use a Mouse With Your iPad

https://macmost.com/e-2002 A new feature of iPadOS is the ability to control your iPad using a Bluetooth mouse. You can add a mouse as an assistive touch device in the accessibility settings and then you get a round cursor on the screen that you can mose with the mouse. You can click to simulate a tap…