Have you upgraded your MacBook lately? If you are like most Apple laptop owners, you probably have been doing it for a while. Maybe it's time to upgrade.
Maybe you've just replaced the RAM, the CPU or the hard drive, but whatever the case, you've likely upgraded all your hardware at some point. Although many people will upgrade at least the CPU and the hard drive in their MacBook, you need to upgrade the rest of your computer.
First, if you haven't yet upgraded your MacBook, make sure that you install the iOS 10 software on it before you upgrade. You'll want to do this for two reasons. One, it's the most secure and reliable operating system for your Mac yet, and two, you'll be able to transfer all your apps from your old phone to your new iPhone after you upgrade your iPhone to iOS.
Once you have the iOS on your Mac, it's time to find an app store to download all of your apps from. Although you might think that this is too much work, consider that you'll be downloading thousands of apps.
Apple has a lot of popular app stores available to you. They also have a free app store. Take a look at any of the following App Stores.
* The App Store: If you want to try all the great apps, this is the best option for you. They have games, music, calendars, photo organizers, etc. All of the apps are free and you can download as many apps as you want.
* Google Play: You can also download apps from this app store, but you'll have to pay the usual fee. This is because they usually have exclusive rights to certain apps. The best apps available on this app store are generally premium apps.
* iCloud: If you have ever upgraded your Mac or iPhone before, then you probably know how good this system is. Use this program to upgrade your Mac from Time Machine. It's one of the most advanced backup programs out there. Even if you don't need to upgrade your Mac, it is a nice touch.
* Amazon: This is a wonderful app to use to backup your iPad. It will store all of your apps, documents and photos on your iPad and back them up for you. You can even download the Amazon Kindle app to use on your iPad.
* Google Books: If you read a lot of books, this is the app for you. You can search for books from Google, find them on your iPad, and store them in your library. This app is pretty powerful, but not everyone can afford to have hundreds of books stored on their computer.
* iCloud Drive: If you use your iPhone to access your MacBook, you'll definitely want to download this app. It can sync everything you have on your iPhone to your Mac. It also can synchronize the settings, applications and web browser.
Your MacBook is likely well over a year old now, so it's time to upgrade to a new device. I've listed a few of the apps above as my "must have" utilities.
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