iSpace

Everything about Apple Space. Here we present all the programs, gadgets and other features developed by Apple in order to “serve” its products and help users to deal with them. We recall as well some revolutionary programs which revolutionized personal technology and made history:

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 the modern desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. What does it do?
  • OS X: Basic Concepts – It’s easy to get used to a interface OS X offers, as well as to an 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 MacBook Pros there is no primary click button in front of the trackpad. Instead, the whole trackpad acts as a clickable button
  • MacOs Sierra – interface and features of the OS, integration with other Apple gadgets and devices, file system. Let’s have a look at some of them.
  • The Dock – The Dock is that 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’s perfectly possible to customize your Mac, and there 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. In other words, Touch ID is a fingerprint identity sensor that allows you to get into your device.
  • Compressed Files – large files or software from the Web may be saved in a special compressed format that your Mac has to decompress before you can do anything with the content.
  • 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 and start programming with them.
  • iTunes – Tunes 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 an iPod or iPhone.
  • Siri’s Personality.
  • iBooks is an app that allows you to download and read ebooks. Similarly, you can create a library of ebooks using this magnificent app.
  • 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 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 –  On your Mac Address Book has a few fancy tricks up its sleeve. For example, you can wirelessly move names and numbers back and forth from a 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. Some of these apps.
  • Surfing the Web – OS X comes with Safari, a browser which is equipped with lots of useful features that will be impossible to highlight in one article.
  • Sound Basics – Mac can handle sound in many ways. 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 – On your Mac email works in much the same way as on any other computer…
  • iWeb – Publishing your website with your Mac can be easy or hard, depending on what you want to do.
  • Mac laptop batteries – All 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 Grafical User Interface (GUI)
  • Apple Time Machine – It’s unquestionably worth regularly backing up 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 software application for macOS and iOS built in iPads and MacBooks.

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