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New Finder and Quick Look features in macOS Mojave

macOS Mojave 10.14 brought about some new improvements to Finder and Quick Look which aim to improve productivity and workflows. Finder now has a new preview pane which provides quick access to file previews, metadata, tagging and Quick Actions. On the other hand, Quick Look now sports editing and sharing tools right in its user interface, which normally require Preview app to be used. Here’s …

How to use Group FaceTime video and voice calls

Group FaceTime video and audio calls are part of the biggest updates to ever come to FaceTime, since it was first launched with iPhone 4. With iOS 12, Apple enabled support for Group FaceTime calls with up to 32 users, between iOS devices and Macs. This is a significant update and a much awaited feature, as most other popular services have already offered group video …

Apple announces Blackmagic Pro eGPU with Radeon Vega 56 for Macs

At the recent Apple event, it was announced that the new MacBook Air and Mac Mini would ship with USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports. Many people speculated that this could open up the possibility for external GPUs (eGPU). As powerful as the MacBook Air can be, its slim form factor hinders integrating a strong GPU into the internal workings of the design. The same problem applies …

MacBook Air returns with Retina Display, modern internals & higher price

After years of waiting, Apple finally announced a major overhaul to MacBook Air, during their October 2018 event in Brooklyn. The new update gives MacBook Air a Retina Display with thinner bezels and 8th generation Intel processors. Other features include a third-generation butterfly keyboard, Force Touch trackpad, faster SSD storage, 2 USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports, and much more. Read on to find all you know …