Apple just announced new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros with an entirely new input device, the Touch Bar, that replaces the function keys above the keyboard and includes a Touch ID sensor. Check out our blog to learn what the Touch Bar can do for you, and what else is cool about the new MacBook Pros.
For whatever reason, Apple didn’t see fit to enable the “Hey, Siri” trigger for Siri in macOS Sierra, but there’s a sneaky way you can configure your Mac to be able to invoke Siri without using the keyboard or mouse. We have step-by-step instructions on our blog.
3D Touch seemed a bit gimmicky in iOS 9 and when only the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus supported it, but with the release of iOS 10 and the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple and third-party developers are incorporating 3D Touch throughout the iPhone experience. Learn how to take advantage of it on our blog.
In macOS Sierra, you can use Desktop and Documents folder syncing via iCloud Drive to create unified Desktop and Documents folders across all your Macs, and as an added bonus, you can access the contents of those folders from all your iOS devices. But you should be aware of the ramifications of enabling this feature before you do so—read more on our blog.
If you’re running iOS 10, try the new Widgets screen, where you can access a custom set of useful little apps from the Lock screen or the Home screen. It takes only a moment to set up and is one of the best new features in iOS 10. Learn more on our blog.