1. Mac Can’t Run macOS Sierra? What is next?
With the latest release of macOS Sierra (version 10.12), the world’s leading technology giant Apple has given users a reason to bring the best out of their Macs with Siri support and Apple pay features. The company also decided to discontinue support and release security patches for Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, and Mavericks. But Mac users with compatibility of El Capitan (OS X 10.11), Yosemite (10.10), Mavericks (10.9), or Mountain Lion (10.8) can easily upgrade to Sierra. As machines are machines and they can make you face some software or mechanical issues, especially when you need to upgrade or run macOS Sierra.
To run the latest OS version, you need to check the compatibility of the OS with the hardware and software part. So, you need the following Macs with enough RAM and storage space for operating systems released after OS X Lion: iMac (Late 2009 or newer), Mac mini (Mid 2010 or newer), Mac Pro (Mid 2010 or newer), MacBook (Late 2009 or newer), MacBook Air (Late 2010 or newer), and MacBook Pro (Mid 2010 or newer. Read more at https://storify.com/quickbooks65/mac-can-t-runmacos-sierra-what-is-next
2. The Apple Way to Remove iCloud Calendar Spam
Apple’s iCloud feature for Mac or iOS device automatically inserts event invitation into your calendar and without delay makes you accept or decline the invitation within the Calendar app. The advantage of this feature is great when you are getting actual invitations to meetings or outings. Recently, the same feature has been breached by spammers and they are using it for sending ads in the form of invitations that appear before Mac, iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch without users’ permission. Moreover, your attempt to remove these events from calendar will result in the activation of the accounts or sending a notification to the event organizer.
On the issue, the world’s leading technology giant says, “We are sorry that some of our users are receiving spam calendar invitations. We are actively working to address this issue by identifying and blocking suspicious senders and spam in the invites being sent." Read more at:- http://www.scoop.it/t/quickbooks-technical-support-tech-help-800-656-6115/p/4072999039/2016/12/19/the-apple-way-to-remove-icloud-calendar-spam
To find out more helpful and relevant links on iCloud and macOS Sierra visit Apple website for technical support and get the desired online troubleshooting services from certified Apple technicians.
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