How to use your ‘me’ contact card in macOS High Sierra’s Contacts

How to use your ‘me’ contact card in macOS High Sierra’s Contacts

macOS High Sierra’s Contacts app automatically creates a contact card for you—called your me card—when you set up your Mac. Information on your card, such as your name, email address, or picture (if you add one), can be used in other apps, such as Mail or Safari. If you add a nickname to your card, Siri uses your nickname instead of your first name.

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How to set a default account in macOS High Sierra’s Mail

How to set a default account in macOS High Sierra’s Mail

I have five email addresses, four business ones and one personal address. If I don’t set a default account, each time I write a new email it's sent from one of my business addresses. If I want to send the mail from my personal address I have to remember to choose the correct personal account from a drop-down box.

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iOS 11 will offer some iPad-specific features

iOS 11 will offer some iPad-specific features

At today’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, Apple previewed iOS 11, an update to its mobile operating system, bringing new features to the iPhone and iPad this fall. Some of the features are obviously designed to position the latter as a laptop replacement (something Apple's been trying to do lately).

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It’s heeeere! macOS Sierra is now available for download

It’s heeeere! macOS Sierra is now available for download

Apple has released a finished version of macOS X Sierra. It’s a free download at the Mac App Store. Sierra requires a 2009 iMac, 2009 MacBook, 2010 MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, or Mac Pro.

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Recordam makes it easy to create, store, share and play back audio recordings on your Mac

Recordam makes it easy to  create, store, share and play back audio recordings on your Mac

If you need to quickly create, store, share and playback audio recordings on your Mac, Aperio Lux’s Recordam for Mac OS X (10.11 or later) combines a high-quality audio recorder and convenient storage for recorded audio files. And it’s only $3.99 at the Mac App Store.

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