Mac Kung Fu was created in early 2013 by Macworld author Keir Thomas and has grown since then to become a daily destination for Apple lovers and one of the most trusted Apple tips & info sites. We pride ourselves on presenting unique tips, tricks, hints and fixes.


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This blog is by researched, written and edited by Keir Thomas, an award-winning Macworld author who has, over a 20 year career:

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