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Here are Apple's macOS Mojave and iOS 12 release dates

Computerworld had predicted the days on which both OSes would be rolled out this month. Both estimates were off by one day.

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Apple likely to launch iOS 12 in three weeks, macOS Mojave in four

In keeping with previous years’ launch timing, the upgrades to iOS and macOS are expected to roll out to the public on Sept. 18 and 25, respectively.

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Microsoft: Office 365 for Mac subscribers must run newer editions of macOS

Starting in September, only Macs running macOS Sierra or High Sierra will receive new Office 365 feature updates.

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Mojave: How to make Automator shortcuts for MBP Touch Bar

Apple’s macOS Mojave introduces a rather cool new feature: You can add Automator actions to your MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar. Here is how to do it.

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10 magical productivity tips for Mac

This collection of tips can help you get things done just a little faster than before.

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New MacBook Pros at work? Here's how to manage them right

Apple's newest laptops include a slew of security features that make them good corporate citizens. So it's important to know how best to deploy and manage them.

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Apple’s swift MacBook Pro response shows its advantages

Apple’s teams swung into action to respond to throttling complaints about the new MacBook Pros, illustrating the enterprise-class advantages of the company’s platforms.

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Do iOS 12 and 'Mojave' mean it's time to dump old hardware?

Apple's OS upgrades for iPhones, iPads and desktops mean it's time for IT admins to determine whether older devices will work after the updates arrive this fall – and if not, what to do next. Here's how to decide.

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What Apple's 32-bit app phase-out on Mojave means to you

Apple has been pushing developers to move their software to 64-bit since mid-2017. Now, it's warning end users that it plans to bar 32-bit apps from running on the macOS desktop in 2019. Here's how to suss out which apps are affected....

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Apple plans a little Mac and iPad summer lovin’

A fresh regulatory filing has people speculating about whether Apple plans to announce new Macs and iPads in a surprise summer blast.

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10 macOS 10.14 Mojave secrets

Some of the lesser-known changes inside the new Mac OS -- macOS 10.14 Mojave.

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MacOS Mojave: How to use Quick Actions in Finder

Mojave's Quick Actions make it much easier to perform some of your most frequently used edits on photos, audio, and video files without leaving Finder.

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MacOS Mojave beta first look: Stable, powerful and about you

I like this beta. I like its stability. I like what it seems to tell me about Apple’s direction with the Mac.

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How to get Apple's iOS 12 or macOS 'Mojave' betas

If you want to be on the cutting edge of Apple software this summer, you can sign up for the company's developer program, or get the public betas of the OSes as they are released. Here's what to do and where to go.

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The macOS 10.14 Mojave new screenshot tools guide

Apple’s macOS Mojave introduces some brand-new screenshot capture features. What are they? How do you use them? That’s what we explain here.

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Apple pushes privacy theme in Safari for iOS 12, 'Mojave'

The browser is getting new privacy and security tricks, including better integration with third-party password managers and less tracking with cookies.

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How and why you should use text clippings on your Mac

Macs have supported text clippings for years. What are they? Why do you need them? How do you use them?

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How Apple plans to tweak device management this year

The changes coming to desktop and mobile device management this year could best be described as incremental. They're useful, and build on what Apple has done in the past, but they don't represent a radical departure from the current...

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