Apple used the keynote address at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in early June to unveil new versions of macOS, iOS, and watchOS, new iMacs and faster notebooks, and new iPad Pros.
When you read an email message on your iPhone and delete it, do you have to trash it again when you check mail on your Mac? Or is your email kept in sync such that if you delete a message on one system, it never even appears on the other?
Once you’ve updated to Apple’s latest—iOS 10.3, macOS 10.12.4, and watchOS 3.2—you’ll want to read this article.
The first step in protecting your Mac’s data is to make Time Machine backups. But even more important is making sure your backups are working correctly and that you know how to restore files and folders in the event of a catastrophe. Hop over to our site for step-by-step instructions on how to restore data from Time Machine.
Apple’s just-announced new iPads and iPhones promise faster performance and more storage for less money! And a lot more (RED).