Set up Touch ID Tap Settings > Touch ID & Passcode, then enter your passcode. Tap Add a Fingerprint and hold your device as you normally would when touching the Touch ID sensor. Touch the Touch ID sensor with your finger—but don't press—so the device can begin recognizing your fingerprint.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Network . Select Ethernet in the list on the left. Click the Configure IPv4 pop-up menu, then choose your ISP's recommended configuration method. Using DHCP: Choose this if you receive an IP address automatically from your ISP.
Set up iCloud on your Mac
To do this, use the following procedure:
How to Turn On AirDrop On a Mac
Disable a pop-up blocker within Safari settings.
MacBook Air now includes Touch ID -- a fingerprint sensor built right into the keyboard. It allows users to instantly unlock MacBook Air, authenticate identity and make fast and secure purchases using Apple Pay.
TechRadar Verdict. The MacBook Pro 13-inch (M1, 2020) is the most exciting laptop Apple has released in years. The new M1 chip offers exceptional battery life, and in our early testing performance has been excellent. It's just a shame about the old design.
Apple's laptops continue to have among the fastest SSDs around. On the Blackmagic benchmark, the MacBook Pro's 512GB SSD achieved a read speed of 2,060 megabytes per second and a write speed of 2,315.9. The averages are 1,421.9 MBps and 1,198.7 MBps, respectively.
The M1 MacBook Pro models that launched in November 2020 offer 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU. Those hoping for better graphics performance will be pleased to learn that there will be either 16 or 32 graphics core variations for the new models.
The new MacBook Pro 2020 model continues that tradition, with updated processors, keyboard, storage, and more.
Here's how you can do that: