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How to log out of your iCloud account on a Mac computer

You should log out of iCloud on your Mac if you plan on getting it serviced or letting someone else borrow it.
You can use the Stickies app on your Mac to place sticky note reminders on your desktop.

How to disable Siri on your Mac computer through System Preferences

You can disable Siri on your Mac through your System Preferences. Siri is Apple's virtual assistant and is available on nearly all Apple devices.
While the Dashboard on your Mac might be useful for quickly accessing apps, sometimes it can get in the way of what you're doing.

How to get rid of the Dashboard on a Mac computer running macOS Mojave or earlier

If you want to get rid of the Dashboard on your Mac running macOS Mojave or earlier, you can do so in System Preferences.

How to update the Safari browser on your Mac computer by installing the latest version of macOS

You can update the Safari browser on a Mac computer by updating to the latest version of macOS. Here's how to do it.

Apple’s new Mac update won’t support a handful of apps, but there’s an easy way to see which of yours are incompatible

MacOS Catalina only supports "64-bit" versions of apps, and there's a good way to check if your apps will work with the new update.
Apple is replacing the iTunes app in macOS Catalina with three separate apps: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and Apple TV.

Yes, Apple just killed iTunes — here’s what that means for your library of music, movies, and TV shows

The contents of iTunes will now be split up between three apps: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and Apple TV.

Everything we know about the giant new MacBook Pro that Apple is expected to release this year

Apple is likely to release a giant new MacBook Pro in the fall. Here's everything we've heard so far, from its screen size to its rumored price.

Apple’s biggest MacBook Pro laptop in 8 years could be coming in September

Apple will release a new MacBook Pro with a 16-inch screen this September according to a new report, making it the firm's biggest laptop in years.
Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off WWDC's keynote on Monday.

Apple just knocked its biggest event of the year out of the park

Whether you're a fan of the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, or Watch, Apple's WWDC keynote had something for everyone.

Apple’s new Mac update marks an important shift to the same strategy that Microsoft and Google have pursued for years

Apple's macOS Catalina update, which will launch this fall, is finally an acknowledgement that mobile and desktop apps should run on the same devices.