Category: Apple Silicon

  • How to Find Intel Apps on Apple Silicon Mac

    How to Find Intel Apps on Apple Silicon Mac

    Go to OSX Daily to read How to Find Intel Apps on Apple Silicon Mac If you want to optimize app performance on an Apple Silicon Mac, you’ll want to be sure you’re running universal apps or apps built for Apple Silicon. And perhaps you’re just curious about which apps you have are still running […]

  • How to Play iPhone & iPad Games on Mac

    How to Play iPhone & iPad Games on Mac

    Go to OSX Daily to read How to Play iPhone & iPad Games on Mac Have you ever wanted to play the iPhone or iPad games you own on your Mac? Perhaps, you just want to play one game of Among Us while you’re stuck at work? As long as you have a Mac that’s […]

  • How to Update Your AirPods

    How to Update Your AirPods

    Read full article: at LifeHacker Apple often issues firmware updates for its entire AirPods line, including AirPods Pro, AirPods 2, AirPods 3, and AirPods Max. However, the company doesn’t make it clear how to actually update your AirPods, nor do they share what each firmware update does. So here’s how to do it, whatever model […]

  • How to Disable the Malfunctioning ‘AirPods Left Behind’ Notification

    How to Disable the Malfunctioning ‘AirPods Left Behind’ Notification

    Read full article: at LifeHacker Has this ever happened to you? You’re out and about, minding your own business, when suddenly your iPhone hits you with an “AirPods Left Behind” message. You panic, wondering where you could’ve dropped your expensive earbuds—until you realize they never left your pocket. What gives, iPhone? Read more… Read full […]

  • How to Use Your AirPods’ Hidden ‘Reset’ Feature When They Refuse to Cooperate

    How to Use Your AirPods’ Hidden ‘Reset’ Feature When They Refuse to Cooperate

    Read full article: at LifeHacker When most of the tech in your life is acting up—whether it be your computer, phone, game console, what have you—simply turning the device off and on again works wonders. Tech likes a reset! However, not all of our stuff has an on/off switch. AirPods and other Bluetooth headphones, for […]

  • Fix Apps Crashing on M1 Pro/Max Mac After Migration Assistant or Monterey Update

    Fix Apps Crashing on M1 Pro/Max Mac After Migration Assistant or Monterey Update

    Go to OSX Daily to read Fix Apps Crashing on M1 Pro/Max Mac After Migration Assistant or Monterey Update Some M1 Mac users may discover that apps like Steam, Minecraft, Lightburn, 0ad, Atom, Skype and any other Rosetta applications are crashing or unable to launch. This issue seems to happen most often after using Migration […]

  • How to Get Notified When You Leave Your AirPods Pro Behind

    How to Get Notified When You Leave Your AirPods Pro Behind

    Read full article: at LifeHacker AirPods Pro are way too easy to leave behind. Yes, you can track your lost AirPods Pro from the Find My app, but now you can help stop the problem before it happens: Your iPhone can notify you when you leave your AirPods Pro behind. Read more… Read full article: […]

  • How to Choose Between the AirPods 2, AirPods 3, and AirPods Pro

    How to Choose Between the AirPods 2, AirPods 3, and AirPods Pro

    Read full article: at LifeHacker Apple’s AirPods lineup has gotten confusing. The distinction was simpler before, when you could pick the AirPods Pro if you wanted an in-ear fit with active noise cancellation, or the regular AirPods if you could live without that. The third-generation AirPods has been launched though, making it a little harder […]

  • How to Speed Up Your Apple Watch Updates

    How to Speed Up Your Apple Watch Updates

    Read full article: at LifeHacker The Apple Watch packs a lot of power into a small design. But for all of their speed and utility, performing certain tasks on one of them can still be painfully slow. Take updates, for example—they’re notoriously sluggish on Apple Watch. If you’re dreading how long your watchOS 8 update […]

  • How to Stream the September 14th Apple Event (and What to Expect)

    How to Stream the September 14th Apple Event (and What to Expect)

    Read full article: at LifeHacker Apple recently announced its next hardware showcase is planned for Tuesday, September 14, so we could be just a few days away from finally seeing the rumored iPhone 13 and other upcoming Apple products for the first time. Read more… Read full article: at LifeHacker