iSpace – Everything about Apple Space

Everything about Apple Space. Here we will present all the programs, gadgets, and other features developed by Apple to create a top of the line device that is also user friendly. We will also recall a few programs that made history by revolutionizing personal technology:

Apple Space (iSpace)

Here is the list of our texts:

  • What is CPU – CPU stands for Central Processing Unit. It’s the heart, or rather the brain, of all modern desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. But, what does it do?
  • OS X: Basic Concepts – The interface of OS X is user friendly, as well as the Apple-style mouse and keyboard, and all the basics of the OS X environment.
  • Know your Intel – Intel corporation is the leading developer and manufacturer of desktop and mobile processors. They sell their products to Apple, IBM, Dell, Samsung, Sony and many other vendors.
  • Mac: Using Trackpad. On the MacBook Pro there is no primary click button in front of the trackpad. Instead, the whole trackpad acts as a clickable button.
  • MacOs Sierra –  Here we take a look at the interface and features of the OS, integration with other Apple gadgets and devices, and the file system.
  • The Dock – The Dock is the icon-laden shelf that you can see at the bottom of your screen.
  • Sidebar – The Sidebar appears by default in all Finder windows. This bar is one of the most useful features of the OS X interface
  • Dashboard – Introduced with OS X Tiger, Dashboard provides a quick and easy way to do everything from checking the weather forecast to finding a phone number and searching a favorite website.
  • How to Organize Finder on Mac.
  • How to Customize Mac – It is possible to customize your Mac, and here are a few ways to perform this action.
  • Mac’s Software – The Mac platform offers many tools for note-taking, cataloging, number-crunching, editing documents, desktop publishing tools, spreadsheets, presentation packages and so on.
  • How to Use Fonts & Special Characters – Appropriate typefaces or fonts are essential if you want to create professional-looking documents and presentations.
  • Automator – Repetitive Tasks on Mac. Performing a repetitive task on a computer is rather tedious.
  • Touch ID – Touch ID is a fingerprint sensor that allows you to connect to, or unlock, your device.
  • Compressed Files – Large files or software from the Web may be saved in a special compressed format, which your Mac must decompress before using.
  • How to use Xcode – Apple has built a complete programming environment called Xcode, which can easily create programs, as modern operating systems are very easy to understand.
  • iTunes – iTunes is OS X’s built-in application for managing and playing music and video files, as well as for transferring digital media from a computer to aniPod or iPhone.
  • Siri’s Personality.
  • iBooks – an app that allows you to download and read ebooks, and create a library of them.
  • The Built-In Mail App on Mac –  this short article outlines some of the features of the built-in Mail App that comes with Macs, iPhones, iPads and the iPods Touch.
  • How to Start Working with Siri
  • Files and Folders on Macs – Whenever users save a piece of work on their Mac, the document is saved as one or more files.
  • Mac: Address Book –  Your Mac Address Book has a few fancy tricks up its sleeve. For example, you can wirelessly move names and numbers back and forth using Bluetooth.
  • Mac: Connecting to the Internet.
  • Broadband and connection to the Internet.
  • Mac Computers: Sound Basics – Mac can handle sound in many ways.
  • Printing and Faxing Documents – OS X offers useful tools for previewing your printouts and printing to PDFs.
  • Contacts and Calendars – Many Mac applications have been designed to help users keep their contacts and appointments organized.
  • Surfing the Web – OS X comes with Safari, a browser which is equipped with lots of useful features that are impossible to highlight in one article.
  • Sound Basics – A Mac has many different sounds. As everyone knows, Macs chirp on start-up and grunt when the user hits a wrong key.
  • Apple’s GarageBand – a multitracking tool, bundled with your Mac.
  • Email and Mail Application – Using email on a Mac is very similar to using email on other computers.
  • iWeb – Publishing your website with your Mac can be easy or hard, depending on what you want to do.
  • Mac laptop batteries – All of today’s Macs (MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro) are powered by lithium-ion batteries.
  • Threats and Protection – Mac users are just as prone to scams, viruses and hackers as anyone else.
  • Privacy and Passwords – Make sure you have a password set up for your account.
  • History of Development of Graphical User Interface (GUI).
  • Apple Time Machine – You should regularly back up all your files to some kind of external media, as any computer file can be accidentally deleted or become corrupted.
  • Photo Booth – Developed by Apple, Photo Booth runs on OS X and is a useful software application for macOS and iOS built in iPads and MacBooks.


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