New versions of Apple’s operating systems are coming to your iOS devices and Mac in the next week. iOS 12 was released today and macOS 10.14 “Mojave” will be available a week from today on September 24. If you’re planning to upgrade your Mac or iOS devices with Apple’s newest software, you should make it a point to back up before you install anything new.
You don’t want any personal information left on your Mac when you give it away or sell it. Do you take out the hard drive or SSD and smash it? Do you sweep it with a strong magnet? This guide provides effective and safe methods to wipe your hard drive or SSD.
Apple introduced macOS 10.13 “High Sierra” at its 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference in June. On Tuesday, we learned we don’t have long to wait — the new OS will be available on September 25. It’s a free upgrade, and millions of Mac users around the world will rush to install it.
Editor’s note: We posted this article originally in August 2016. We’ve since updated it with new information. APFS, or Apple File System, is one of the biggest changes coming to every new Apple device. It makes its public debut with the release of iOS 10.3, but it’s also coming to the Mac (in fact, it’s….
Have you ever wished that you could have Time Machine, your Synology NAS, and B2 Cloud Storage work together to automatically backup your Mac locally and to the cloud? That would be cool. Of course, you’d also want to be able to restore your Time Machine backup from your Synology NAS or the B2 cloud. And while you’re wishing, it would be great if you could have an encrypted USB Hard Drive show up at your doorstep with your Time Machine backup. Stop wishing! You can do all that today. Here’s how.
Apple on Tuesday released macOS Sierra 10.12. It’s a free upgrade, and many Mac users around the world will rush to install it. If you plan to join the crowd, please make sure to back up your computer before you do. Your data should be safe no matter what happens. Backblaze is here to help….
Backing up your computer is important, and so is backing up your mobile devices. A single drop to your iPhone or your iPad, a spill or a moment of carelessness can destroy the device forever, but if your data is backed up, you won’t lose any of your precious info. It’s also a really good….
Editor’s note: This article was originally published over the summer as a guideline for those dabbling with Apple’s public betas. It’s been updated to reflect the upcoming release of the new Mac and iOS versions. New versions of Apple’s operating systems are coming to your iPhone and Mac later this month! iOS 10 will be….