If you try booting into Big Sur in Remote (Internet) Recovery, you’ll get Catalina instead. But nowhere does Apple alert users to this problem.
A compilation of links to major service status pages and other resources to help you when that service is playing up.
What to do, when you can, before taking or sending your Mac in for service or repair. What about FileVault? And Activation Lock?
Even basic store facilities like restrooms contact details of who to contact when there’s a problem. Not so with Apple’s Notary Service. It just gives you spurious errors instead.
Don’t just throw it in a box and send it off: what happens if its internal storage is replaced or wiped? What about protecting sensitive files? Does a T2 chip make this difficult?
Like many other parts of the macOS human interface, its Services menus are heavily used by some users, […]
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.
The decision to shut down Revolv home hubs is inexcusable, but hardly surprising, and another good reason for caution when buying into IoT.
Has your Mac or iPhone just become obsolete and unsupported?