Imac monitor: Belkin iPhone Mount with MagSafe for Mac Notebooks

Belkin iPhone Mount with MagSafe for Mac Notebooks

$29.95

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    Overview

    Mount your MagSafe compatible iPhone securely to your Mac laptop to utilize the new Continuity Camera features of the latest version of macOS for FaceTime, capturing content, video conferencing and more. The magnetic attachment allows for easy, seamless hands-free camera streaming. Easily rotate your iPhone to portrait or landscape. When not connected to your Mac laptop, the magnetic mount also doubles as a ring grip and kickstand for viewing videos or enjoying other content on your iPhone.

    Highlights

    MagSafe compatible magnetic attachment for iPhone.

    Safe and secure attachment to Mac laptops.

    Optimized for Continuity Camera in macOS Ventura.

    Ring grip and kickstand for viewing videos and more.

    Works with MagSafe compatible cases.

    What’s in the Box

    iPhone Mount with MagSafe for Mac Notebooks

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    Tech Specs

    Material: Aluminum, Hard Plastic, Steel

    Height: .25in / .65cm

    Length: 2.3in / 6cm

    Width: 2.3in / 6cm

    Depth: . 25in / .65cm

    Weight: 1.23oz / 35g

  • Compatibility

    iPhone Models

    • iPhone 14 Pro
    • iPhone 14 Pro Max
    • iPhone 14
    • iPhone 14 Plus
    • iPhone 13 Pro
    • iPhone 13 Pro Max
    • iPhone 13 mini
    • iPhone 13
    • iPhone 12 Pro
    • iPhone 12 Pro Max
    • iPhone 12 mini
    • iPhone 12

    Mac Models

    • MacBook Air (15-inch, M2, 2023)
    • MacBook Air (13-inch, M2, 2022)
    • MacBook Air (M1, 2020)
    • MacBook Air (Retina, 13‑inch, 2020)
    • MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2018 – 2019)
    • MacBook Pro (13‑inch, M2, 2022)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, M1, 2020)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2020)
    • MacBook Pro (14‑inch, 2023)
    • MacBook Pro (14‑inch, 2021)
    • MacBook Pro (16‑inch, 2023)
    • MacBook Pro (16‑inch, 2021)
    • MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019)

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Twelve South Curve Stand for MacBook – Black

$59.95

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    Overview

    The Twelve South Curve stand is a beautiful, flowing aluminum design that complements your MacBook. With its subtle matte black finish and improved ergonomic design, it expertly blends style and functionality. Use your MacBook on Curve to create a more comfortable desktop with your favorite external keyboard and mouse, or use the combo with an external display to create the perfect dual-screen setup. When it’s time to go mobile, unplug and roll out leaving a modern sculpture behind.

    Highlights

    Modern, minimal design complements and enhances your MacBook and workspace

    Raises screen off desk for improved ergonomics and airflow

    Pair with a full-sized keyboard and mouse or external display for a comfortable desktop setup

    Allows access to your MacBook screen lift for one-handed opening

    What’s in the Box

    Twelve South Curve Stand for MacBook

    Tech Specs

    Material: Aluminum

    Height: 5.8 in./14.9 cm

    Width: 10.3 in./26.3 cm

    Depth: 8.7 in./22.2 cm

    Weight: 1. 43 lb./0.65 kg

  • Compatibility

    Mac Models

    • MacBook Air (M1, 2020)
    • MacBook Air (Retina, 13‑inch, 2020)
    • MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2018 – 2019)
    • MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2015 – 2017)
    • MacBook Air (11-inch, Early 2015)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, M1, 2020)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2020)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016 – 2019)
    • MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2012 – 2015)
    • MacBook Pro (14‑inch, 2021)
    • MacBook Pro (16‑inch, 2021)
    • MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019)
    • MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016 – 2019)
    • MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2012 – 2015)
    • MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015 – 2017)

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Modern, powerful Thunderbolt monitors are ergonomically designed to give you more options without the hassle. You can easily expand content across two 4K monitors in a daisy chain. To meet your diverse needs, BenQ monitors for Mac support not only Thunderbolt, but also HDMI, DisplayPort and multiple USB ports. Enhance your productivity and expand your monitor’s use with multiple connectivity options.

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BenQ monitors for Mac use an IPS panel with 1. 07 billion colors. You get quick and easy access to P3, sRGB and Rec. 709 with high color fidelity. Every BenQ monitor is rigorously tested at the factory and calibrated for guaranteed accuracy. In addition, BenQ monitors for Mac feature an optimized M-Book mode to ensure accurate color matching.

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Color Consistency

The ICC feature is designed to quickly synchronize ICC profiles between design and video editing. ICCsync technology automatically matches and synchronizes ICC profiles on the monitor when changing color modes, and between the MacBook® screen and the BenQ monitor. For added convenience, HotKey Puck Gen 2 has shortcuts for changing color modes, brightness, and contrast, making it easy to maintain color consistency.

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6 Ways to Speed ​​Up Your Mac

If your Mac has slowed down over the years, it might be time to take care of it a little. You don’t have to spend a lot to improve the performance of your iMac or MacBook. We’ve compiled a list of things you can do to speed up your Mac without having to replace it.

Quit programs that are high on power

One of the easiest things you can do to improve the performance of your iMac or MacBook is to close all applications and programs that you are not using. Your Mac can allocate memory and processor power to programs you’re not actively using. This will free up space and reduce the burden of unnecessary programs that reduce performance.

There is also an Activity Monitor utility that shows you all the processes running on your Mac device. To open Activity Monitor, go to System Preferences > Utilities or search by pressing Command + Space. Some applications and programs consume significantly more power and resources than others. Activity Monitor shows data on CPU, RAM, energy, disk space and network consumption levels for each open program.

Select the CPU tab to view CPU usage information for each application or program. Close unused applications and programs, especially if they use a lot of processor resources. Activity Monitor is a useful tool for checking the level of system resource consumption of your applications and programs.

Clear the auto-start list

The culprits for slow performance can be those annoying applications and programs that start every time you turn on your system. Open System Preferences and select Users & Groups. In this section, click the Login Items tab to view the apps and programs that launch when you turn on your iMac or MacBook. Select a program that should not be run when the system is turned on and click the “-” icon at the bottom of the list to remove it.

Sync with iCloud

Syncing files and photos with iCloud across multiple desktops and devices can also slow down your Mac. When using iCloud, try not to store large files and documents on your desktop system. Keep only the documents and files you need, which will help speed up your work and spend less time waiting for all your files to sync.

This also applies to iCloud photo sync. If your Mac is taking too long to sync all your photos to all of your devices, you can always turn off iCloud Photos on your Mac to reduce load and improve performance.

Free up storage space

It’s no wonder your Mac runs very slowly when storage is nearly full. Photos, videos and music tracks are the largest files that take up a lot of disk space.

Many people think that buying iCloud will solve the problem of lack of storage space, but this is not the case. If you delete files from your Mac after iCloud backup, they will be deleted from all your devices. If you already have iCloud and you’ve synced across all of your devices, it’s likely that many files and documents are on your Mac and are taking up disk space. For example, photos taken with iPhone and synced to iCloud will be stored on your Mac, taking up disk space.

It might be best to turn off iCloud photo sync on your Mac. There are other services that you can use to back up your files and documents in the cloud so you can delete them from your computer. Services like DropBox and Google Drive let you back up your files like photos to the cloud in the same way, without having to store them on your Mac to access them.

Downloaded music tracks can also take up a lot of space on your Mac. You can save disk space by uploading music files to an external hard drive to free up space on your computer. You can also purchase streaming services such as Apple Music, which have a feature that allows you to move your entire collection of music tracks to the cloud. Then you can remove them from your Mac and access them from any of your devices. Plus, you can take advantage of the Apple Music streaming service to listen to any song or artist without having to download tracks to your Mac, as long as you have data or Wi-Fi access.

Delete old and unused files, empty the Trash

A quick and easy way to free up disk space to speed up your Mac is to delete old and unused files and empty the Trash. It’s a good idea to periodically check your Mac for old and unused files and documents. Storing unused files locally simply takes up disk space and slows down the performance of your Mac.

Remember to delete items from the Downloads folder. Open the Finder and navigate to the Downloads folder to move the items to the Trash. The Downloads folder is often forgotten and left with a lot of documents and files.

Save old files and documents to an external hard drive and delete them from your Mac. If you no longer need them, you can always remove them from your computer. Don’t forget to empty the Trash after deletion. Otherwise, deleted files and documents will still take up disk space (in the trash).

You can set the system settings to empty the Recycle Bin on a regular basis, which saves you from having to do it manually. Click the Apple logo in the menu bar, select About This Mac (System Information), click Storage (Storage), and then Manage (Management). On the screen that opens, you can set up automatic emptying of the trash every 30 days.

Reduce quality or turn off graphics

MacOS normally runs smoothly on Apple computers, but sometimes the load can be too high to maintain proper performance. Lowering the quality or turning off graphics will help speed up your Mac.

Some users prefer to turn off the Dock to prevent slow system performance. To do this, open System Preferences (System Settings), select Dock and uncheck the boxes next to the following options:

    • Magnification
    • Animate opening application
    • Automatically hide and show the dock

You can also select the “Minimize windows using” option and change its value from Genie Effect (Genie) to Scale Effect (Simple reduction).

Last option

If all else fails, you can try to completely restart your Mac and install a clean OS.