Apple’s WWDC, Worldwide Developer's Conference, has been announced for June 13 - 17, 2016. During previous WWDC keynotes, Apple has announced new products, software and services. Let's take a look at possible things Apple could announce at this year's keynote.
Have you ever wondered which apps are using the most data? It can be helpful to know if you frequently exceed you monthly data allowance. Luckily for iPhone users, iOS contains settings that can shed light on the elusive concept of data usage and show you which of your apps are using the most data.
In the process of setting up a new or restored iOS device, you will be prompted to either set the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch up as a new device, or restore from a backup. If you meant to restore your device from a backup but accidentally passed by that option in the setup process, do not worry. There is a way to easily restore the device from your backup, even after you finish the initial iOS setup.
Have you ever wanted to find out the maximum amount of RAM your Mac can have? Maybe you want to find out the maximum operating system that your computer can upgrade to. Mactracker is an app that offers all that information and more.
Each year, the Apple rumor mill circulates with speculation on new features and technology that will be introduced to Apple's famous lineup of products. A popular rumor this year is that Apple will introduce OLED display technology in their iOS device lineup. These upgrades will have everything to do with the power of sight and all the world's beauty that can be taken in from our eyes.
If you are an IT manager at a company or organization that uses Active Directory for the Windows clients on the network, you may be curious to know how to bind OS X clients to the Active Directory server as well.
If you work in an Information Technology (IT) department, or you have an office or home office with a server you may know that Microsoft has its popular server operating system: Windows Server. You may not know that Apple makes their own server software: OS X Server.
At their Special Event on March 21, Apple released new software updates for OS X, iOS, watchOS and tvOS. After quite some time of being in Beta stages, the new Apple operating system versions are ready to be released to the public. Here is a look at some of the major updates in Apple's various OS's.