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The 20 best Apple Watch tips and tricks to make your life easier

The Apple Watch is an incredible device, if you know how to use it.

This $20 accessory is a must for anyone with a MacBook

Ten One Design's Blockhead side-facing plug is the best $20 accessory you can buy for your MacBook

MacBook owners have been complaining about Apple’s butterfly keyboard for years. Here’s how the problems unfolded.

Apple recently apologized for issues with its butterfly keyboard that have affected the 2018 MacBook Pro and older models.

If you’re thinking of buying a MacBook Pro right now, this YouTuber has the right advice: Don’t

Not everyone is experiencing issues with Apple's latest laptop keyboards, but the problem is real and big enough that the company publicly apologized.

Apple just issued its first apology to MacBook owners who are still experiencing keyboard issues

Apple customers who purchased MacBooks with butterfly keyboard mechanisms have been experiencing issues with typing, where keys get stuck or repeat.

There’s a simple way to see if your MacBook needs a battery replacement — here’s how to check in less than 30 seconds

If it feels like your MacBook is running out of power quickly, it's just a click to check whether the battery needs to be replaced by Apple.

Best Buy’s Tax Day sale is going on right now — save $400 on a 15-inch MacBook Pro and up to $150 on the iPhone XS and XS Max

If you are looking to upgrade your tech, Best Buy is offering some limited-time deals on the MacBook Pro, iPhone XS, and a Toshiba TV.
An Apple ad for the 17-inch PowerBook from 2003.

Apple’s rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro would be the biggest Apple laptop in 8 years

The rumored 16-inch Apple MacBook Pro wouldn't be the largest laptop the company has made.
Silhouettes of users are seen next to a screen projection of the Youtube logo in this picture illustration taken March 28, 2018.

Someone discovered a trick that lets you skip YouTube ads on Apple’s MacBook Pro laptops

The YouTube ad-skipping trick only works on Safari with MacBook Pros with a Touch Bar, and since it's probably not sanctioned by YouTube, it could be disabled at any time.