You probably have hundreds of video files on your PC or Mac, but many of them aren’t optimally formatted for smooth playback on your devices. That’s where WinX HD Video Converter comes in. It can convert virtually any video file to a format and size that is best for your personal devices, and it can do it fast with level-3 hardware acceleration. Check it out today!
Now that the iOS 12 beta is in developer’s hands, you can grab the official iOS 12 wallpaper now for your iPhone and iPad. The default wallpaper is 3200×3200 making great for not only all of your iOS devices, but for many Macs as well.
iOS 10 brought song lyrics to the Music app and now iOS 12 is introducing the ability to include song lyrics in search results. So if you can only remember the catchy chorus of that one song you can search for the lyrics in the iOS 12 Music app and find what you’re looking for without needing to head to the web first.
Your current Mac may not support the new Dynamic Desktops feature in macOS Mojave, but you can still enjoy the gorgeous new default wallpaper images. Here’s how to get the 5K day and night versions of the macOS Mojave wallpaper.
Apple today introduced the next version of its Mac operating system, macOS Mojave, at its WWDC keynote. The update brings a number of new features, including a dark mode, dynamic desktop, improved screenshot and screen capture tools, and new apps like Stocks and News. But will your Mac be able to run the free upgrade when it’s released later this year?
AirPlay 2 has just launched as part of the iOS 11.4 update, almost a year after the company first announced the technology at its WWDC 2017 keynote. It’s currently limited to Apple’s HomePod speaker, but a number of third party manufacturers have pledged to bring it to their own products in the coming months. So even if you don’t own a HomePod, here’s a quick look at the improvements AirPlay 2 brings and the devices on which you’ll soon be able to find it.
Apple is planning to remove support for 32-bit apps in macOS, but if you’re ready for the future, you can enable a 64-bit-only mode on your Mac right now. Here’s how to do it, as well as why you may want to hold off on killing 32-bit apps so soon.
Have you recently seen a warning from Apple that a particular app or game is “not optimized for your Mac?” If so, this means that at least one of the apps installed on your Mac is 32-bit only, and Apple is in the process of requiring apps to move to 64-bit. Here’s how to check if you have 32-bit apps installed on your Mac, and what to do if you find some.