New MacBook Pros With M1 Pro and M1 Max Chips

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https://macmost.com/e-2563 Apple announced two new high-end MacBook Pro models today. These contain new processor chips, the M1 Pro and M1 Max, which are more powerful than the initial M1 Apple Silicon chips. The models also feature new displays with a camera notch, no Touch Bar and a new camera. Apple also announced the new 3rd-generation AirPods and the release date for macOS Monterey (Oct 25).

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How to Take More Vibrant Photos on Your iPhone

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The iPhone takes very natural-looking photos. It doesn’t do a lot of color correction, it doesn’t saturate colors, and it doesn’t increase the contrast by default just to make an image pop. What I’m saying is, the iPhone camera is, by default, a bit basic.

Don’t get me wrong: the iPhone camera is good—great even—at…

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How to Use Low Data Mode in Netflix on iPhone

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Worried about using cellular data to stream Netflix content on your iPhone? Want to make sure you’re not burning through your allocated data within minutes? Well, Netflix allows you to do so with a dedicated low-data mode.

A lot of people use Netflix to enjoy shows or kill time while they’re traveling. However, most of the time when you’re traveling, you’re not connected to Wi-Fi, using cellular data instead, which can be pretty expensive if you have a limited data plan or go over a bandwidth quota. Netflix uses approximately 3 GB of your data for…

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Everything You Need to Know About Phishing And How to Avoid It

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Scammers are always finding new ways to get people’s information, but one of the oldest ones in the books is known as phishing. Well, at least old for the internet world. Phishing’s been around since the 90s, and it’s only getting more sophisticated as time goes on. 

Even if you believe you’ll never be fooled, phishing is dangerous and sometimes even hard to spot. Fortunately, there are ways you can prevent it and make you and your personal data as secure as…

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5 Common iPhone Issues You Can Easily Repair Yourself

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If you have an iPhone, you know how great it can be at times, but you also know it is not hard to damage. Even if the iPhone 12 and 13 have a ceramic shield that’s four times stronger, there’s still a chance of cracking the screen. Not only that but there are many other problems your iPhone can give you without warning. 

The good news is, you can fix many of these issues yourself. Oftentimes you don’t need special tools or much knowledge about tech. However, you must be willing to dive in and learn how to…

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How to End Free Apple One Trial Subscription on iPhone & iPad

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Did you give the Apple One subscription trial a try, but determined you not interested in paying for Apple One? Perhaps, you just wanted to check out all the services and changed your mind? In that case, you may want to cancel your free Apple One trial before it expires to avoid getting charged by Apple.

Apple One subscription bundle brings together all major Apple services under one monthly payment. Although the bundle helps users save a lot of money in the long run, it’s not for everyone. This is because most people don’t really use all the services in a…

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Productivity Series: Uses For Calendar

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https://macmost.com/e-2561 Take a look at how I use the Calendar app. I primarily only use two calendars for everything. I also subscribe to some useful calendars. I’ll show you some other Calendar tips as well.

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How to Take & Share a Screenshot with Siri

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Taking screenshots is a common activity for iPhone users nowadays. Often people use screenshots to share things displayed on their screen, since it’s one of the fastest and most convenient ways to share content as an image. So, wouldn’t it be nice to use Siri to take screenshots and share them?

Typically, you’d take a screenshot on your iPhone by pressing the Power button and the Volume button simultaneously. While this is already easy, Apple has made it even easier to share screenshots with from the iOS 15 software update and onward. You can now use Siri…

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Can an AirTag Be Used on a Dog Collar Safely? Is It Even a Good Idea?

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Do you have a dog and want to track them? You may want to grab an AirTag and slap it on your pup’s collar. It’ll keep track of your dog when they play in the yard and also on walks when they cannot resist the temptation to chase a squirrel.

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✅ Affordability

Dog trackers are no joke. They can be costly, especially if they are equipped with GPS or cellular communications. Those that are cellular also may require a monthly…

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