Some apps display some or all of the contents of their windows upside down and in mirror-writing. Have you discovered this incompatibility?
Has your Mac got any old apps and other bundles on it? Have their signing certificates been revoked, or are they perhaps unsigned? Here’s a new app to help you find out.
Do you use Lynda.com or LinkedIn? Have your personal data been breached? You might like to check, and reconsider your use of their services.
So much for an iMac and Sierra as a working platform.
A whole Mac event devoted to a tiddly little Touch Bar? Has Apple lost its senses? Maybe not.
Tempted by a Microsoft Surface Studio? Or maybe Apple will launch something as exciting? Either way, think carefully how you could use it – without incurring injury.
When you can’t get iCloud or Adobe CC to work, do you just keep trying, or curse the cloud? Some practical suggestions can help.
When Microsoft changes the way it represents emoji, no one worries. When Apple proposes to, many are up in arms. Why?
Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Yahoo together have a lot of clout. More than the UK government?
Apple needs to demonstrate that its checks and balances can protect the services on which we now depend.