Evan Kline

KBG Injury Law, 110 N. George St., 3rd Floor, York, PA 17401

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40Tech by Evan Kline

  • Recently Published – “How to Keep Your Mobile Workspace Secure: 12 Tips to Follow”
    by Evan Kline on June 17, 2018 at 12:26 pm

    The Legal Intelligencer recently published an article I wrote, “How to Keep Your Mobile Workplace Secure: 12 Tips to Follow.” You’ll need to register for an account to read the article, but you’ll get to read five free articles every 30 days. The Legal Intelligencer is the oldest daily law journal published in the United […]

  • Understanding Shortcuts in iOS 12 →
    by Evan Kline on June 11, 2018 at 7:09 pm

    Matt Birchler writing for Birchtree.me: I’m seeing a bunch of people saying Shortcuts are a power user-only feature. “No normal person will ever use these!” In their WWDC keynote, I think Apple leaned too hard into what Shortcuts can do for power users, and people lost the message that these are something users will benefit […]∞ Permalink […]

  • Finder’s Stationery Pad Feature – How Is This Not More Well Known? →
    by Evan Kline on May 28, 2018 at 10:10 pm

    Tim Hardwick, writing for MacRumors: Stationery Pad is a handy way to nix a step in your workflow if you regularly use document templates on your Mac. The long-standing Finder feature essentially tells a file’s parent application to open a copy of it by default, ensuring that the original file remains unedited. Follow the link […]∞ Permalink […]

  • DEVONthink adds iCloud sync →
    by Evan Kline on May 24, 2018 at 1:24 pm

    Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann, writing for the Devonian Times (the DEVONtechnolgies blog): Sychronization via iCloud was the no. 1 feature request on our list. And here we go: DEVONthink 2.10 and DEVONthink To Go 2.6 let you keep your databases in sync via iCloud and without entering anything except for the optional encryption password. No messing around […]∞ Permalink […]

  • Use Apple Maps to Find Businesses That Take Apple Pay
    by Evan Kline on May 20, 2018 at 10:10 pm

    Apple Pay is faster and more secure than paying with a credit card. It’s also convenient, especially with an Apple Watch. The problem, at least where I live, is it still isn’t accepted everywhere. One way to find out where Apple Pay is accepted is to use Apple Maps. You can search for a specific […]

  • Fix Your Contact List with a Centralized System →
    by Evan Kline on May 11, 2018 at 3:14 pm

    Ryan Gray, writing at ryangray.co: Of course, you can easily share one of your cards with anyone nearby (and get theirs). But a shared card is not just sent once. It’s a subscription. If you change your phone number or if you move you’ll be able to push the updates out to anyone who is […]∞ Permalink […]

  • iPhone J.D.’s Tips for using 3D Touch →
    by Evan Kline on May 10, 2018 at 5:21 pm

    Jeff Richardson, writing for iPhone J.D.: If you tap on the Messages app icon, you will probably see your most recent text message conversation.  But if you 3D Touch on the Messages app, you will see a list of names of folks who have recently had text message conversations with you.  Assuming that you wanted […]∞ Permalink […]

  • Aeon Timeline for iOS Released
    by Evan Kline on May 4, 2018 at 9:18 pm

    If you’re a lawyer, writer, or student, or work in any other profession that needs to digest dates visually, a timeline tool can be indispensable. I’ve found Aeon Timeline on the Mac to be fantastic and was vaguely aware that an iOS version was in development. This morning I awoke to an email announcing that […]

  • Show Hidden Files on Your Mac With a Keyboard Shortcut
    by Evan Kline on May 2, 2018 at 1:05 am

    Some files and folders on your Mac are hidden by default. Your Library folder within your user folder, for example, is hidden, as is the actual iCloud Drive data folder. I discovered this when trying to find a way to create a redundant backup of my iCloud data. There are a few ways to make […]

  • 2016 MacBook Pro butterfly keyboards failing twice as frequently as older models →
    by Evan Kline on May 1, 2018 at 1:22 am

    Mike Wuerthele writing for AppleInsider: Not including any Touch Bar failures, the 2016 MacBook Pro keyboard is failing twice as often in the first year of use as the 2014 or 2015 MacBook Pro models, and the 2017 is better, but not by a lot. I question anyone’s ability to gather this information, but AppleInsider […]∞ Permalink […]