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Hello again. As you have probably noticed, Apple has been busy releasing major updates to its operating systems in the last couple of months, so we're here to tell you what's new in iOS and iPadOS 13.
Happy back to school and work! It's that time of year again, when Apple unleashes new iPhones (and a few other things) upon the world. Here's what's coming.
Hello everyone. Enjoying the summer heat? We're here with the latest updates in the world of Apple. A lot has happened.
Apple announced a ton of stuff in March, so let's get up to speed. This is gonna be a long one, so grab a sandwich (or low-carb alternative).
First off: If you want to go ahead and install macOS Mojave, it appears to be safe and fine to do so. Make sure, as always, that you have a Time Machine backup first; and, if you use backup software such as CrashPlan, Backblaze, or Carbon Copy Cloner, you will need to take an additional step after the upgrade to ensure those applications can back up everything. See their respective web sites for details, or ask us if you need help.
iOS 12 and macOS Mojave (10.14) are here! Our guidance has always been to not rush into major upgrades until problems have been found and fixed. While we stand by that advice, this round of new operating systems from Apple appears to be pretty solid, and we haven’t heard about or seen any real problems with them.
After months of rumors, Apple released their new iPhone models. Here’s the rundown.
Reminder: it’s safe to update to macOS High Sierra, and iOS 11
We have many clients running these now without issues. As always, we recommend you confirm you have a backup before upgrading; ask us if you need help checking.
Hello and greetings from IvanExpert! Here's a bit of news from the world of Apple: