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Apple Music & iTunes Match: What They Do and Their Differences

Apple Music first launched on June 30th 2015 and has since become a top music service choice with 27 million subscribers as of this year. With the free 3 month subscription that Apple offers for for their Music app it's well worth the try, but with there being nearly 94 million iPhone users in America alone it appears not everyone has tried it. It could be because not everyone understands the perks of this service so here are a few important things to know about Apple Music. 

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Speak to the Doctor Inside Your Mac

Did you know that a Psychotherapist lives inside of your Mac? Deep down in the operating system inside Terminal, lives a doctor you can talk to. In this blog, we will be going over the instructions on how to access the ‘doctor’ and begin your first appointment with it.

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WWDC17 Recap: Apple Introduces iOS 11, macOS High Sierra, iMac Pro, New MacBooks, HomePod, and More



Today, June 5th, Apple kicked off WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) with a keynote announcing new products. Apple has announced updates to their four software platforms: tvOS, watchOS, macOS, and iOS; along with new updates to their iMac, iPad Pro, and MacBook lines, and a completely new home speaker named HomePod.

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Make a movie of your presentation with Keynote

Let’s say you have a Keynote presentation that you are looking to make into a video, allowing the slides to automatically change after a set number of seconds. Keynote has a small—but important—feature that allows the presentation to be exported as a QuickTime movie file (.mov). In this blog, we will be going over the instructions on how to export your video as a video.     Continue reading >

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How to Sync a Music Playlist to Apple Watch

There are many benefits to listening to music and other audio when you’re on the go. 

Blasting some tunes while exercising can help improve your workout. People with long commutes also seem to benefit from listening to podcasts to and from work. They help keep you entertained, and you may learn something during a time you otherwise wouldn’t have much to do. Listening to music before a nerve-wracking presentation can also help boost your mood and motivate you.    Continue reading >

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