Annoyed by how Apple’s Mail on the Mac turns pasted URLs into rich link previews? We offer three ways to avoid them.
Austin Mac Works Blog: Troubleshooting
You probably use Messages every day to send texts from your iPhone, but do you know the answers to these frequently asked questions about Messages?
Use your iPhone’s zoom feature to enlarge the document or screen you’re trying to photograph.
Slow or unreliable Internet connection? It could be your ISP—read on to find out how to test your connection and evaluate the results.
Messages should fall back to SMS, which doesn’t require cellular data, but that doesn’t always happen. The fix? Keep reading:
Once your iPhone, iPad, or Mac has connected to a particular network, it may reconnect to it later, causing consternation when things don’t work. The solution? Whenever you realize a Wi-Fi network is worthless, forget it. Learn more now.
How hot is too hot for your Apple devices? You may be surprised by the answer.
Do you have frustrating interactions with tech support? Follow our advice on how to talk to a support rep to get better support and a faster resolution to your problem.
If your Mac is acting up and you suspect a hardware malfunction, try running Apple Diagnostics to see if it identifies any issues. Instructions here: