The MacGuys+

We are looking forward to helping you with your questions. To start a new ticket or ask a question put in as many details as possible below and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

If you want to check on the status of an existing ticket you can check that here by entering your Last name and Ticket number.

Please be sure to add your full address if you’d like to schedule an on-site visit. - Thank you.

Get Help

Mac Tips

How to Make Productive Use of Generative AI Chatbots and Artbots

Artificial intelligence dominates the tech news these days, but it’s hard to separate the hype from the reality. Every large company seems to have some major AI initiative in the works. Even Apple, which tends to stick to its own ...

How to Retrieve Important Emails from Your Spam Folder

Spam filters are generally very effective—about 99% of the messages in your spam folder are likely to be actual spam. However, it can be frustrating when an important email gets mistakenly flagged as spam. Here's a simple method to help ...

Optimizing Your Mac for Better Sleep: Using Night Shift

Research suggests that exposure to blue light can trick your body into thinking it's daytime, making it harder to fall asleep if you work late on a Mac with a bright white screen, which emits a lot of blue light. ...

At WWDC, Apple Unveils Apple Intelligence and Previews New OS Features

Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote was a lightning-fast (even in the full 1:44-long video—or try the 3-minute recap) look at what Apple is bringing to the software side of the Apple experience in the next year. Although some past keynotes ...

Did You Know Most Mac Apps Keep Versions of Your Documents as You Work?

We all make mistakes, which is why Undo exists. Immediately choose Edit > Undo or press Command-Z to undo your last change. Most Mac apps support multiple levels of Undo, so you can keep pressing Command-Z to revert change after ...

Apple’s iCloud Keychain Password Management Is All Many People Need

Apple’s iCloud Keychain Password Management Is All Many People Need We constantly recommend using a password manager like 1Password, BitWarden, or Dashlane. But many people resist committing to yet another app or paying for yet another service. Isn’t Apple’s built-in ...

Disable Smart Quotes and Dashes on Your Mac

Disable Smart Quotes and Dashes on Your Mac Most people appreciate smart quotes and dashes for their polished look in professional documents. Your Mac likely converts single (') and double (") hash marks and double hyphens (--) into the more ...

Easily Select Non-Contiguous Text in Pages, Keynote, and Numbers

Great news for Mac and iPad users! Apple’s iWork suite—Pages 14, Keynote 14, and Numbers 14—now features non-contiguous text selection. Hold down Command to select multiple text chunks that aren’t next to each other. This makes formatting tasks, like bolding ...

Customize Your Lock Screen with Photo Albums on iPhone and iPad

A standout feature of iOS 16 was the Photo Shuffle option for customizing the iPhone Lock Screen, using machine learning to pick photos from categories like People, Pets, Nature, and Cities, and rotating through them on tap, lock, hourly, or ...

How to Show Battery Percentage in Your Mac’s Menu Bar

Want a quick way to see your Mac laptop’s battery percentage at a glance? By default, macOS only shows a battery icon in the menu bar, indicating how full your battery is. To see the exact percentage, you usually have ...

Contact

The MacGuys+The MacGuys+ Logo $$$

Social Media