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At Master Your Mac we’re passionate about providing high-quality iPhone, iPad and Mac tuition and troubleshooting. As a matter of fact, we like helping with advice on all things Apple. We’re a friendly team of two, nestled in a cosy converted chapel on the edge of the Cotswolds. We’d love to help you at our place or yours.

iMac models to date.
Photo of iPhones from first generation to the latest model.
iPad models to date.


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In our dedicated BLOG you’ll find helpful how-tos, app and kit reviews and stuff to help you troubleshoot some of your issues yourself. There’s also news, views and updates on all things Apple.

Auto-open at login

Dock showing menu to set up auto-open at login

Having your frequently-used apps, files, folders and even external hard drives open at login can save time and clicks, especially if you get frequent power cuts or like to turn your Mac off at night.

Stocks app: How to delete it!

My iPhone showing the Stocks app banished the the furthest possible screen

The Stocks app is, for me, a waste of screen space and I want it gone!

The quick answer is that you can't. But you can banish it to the iOS equivalent of Siberia...

Pixelmator iPad doesn’t disappoint

Screenshot of Pixelmator iPad tools menu.

I've been a great fan (and a constant user) of Pixemator for Mac for many years. The version specifically developed for the iPad (and iOS 8) has not been a disappointment...

Sort of Nabokov – an aside

My favourite author is the extraordinary Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov (1899 - 1977) author, of course, of 'Lolita', which brought him fame and fortune but was not, by far, his best work. Whilst investigating his aversion to Freud recently (something I enthusiastically share), I came across this (on a Nabokovian forum) and, for obvious reasons, it [...]