New to Mac
Here are a few topics to help get you started with your first Mac.
Move your content to your new MacBook
Learn how you can migrate your content from another computer to your new MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015) and later.Move your content
About Mac notebook batteries
Learn more about the battery in your Mac notebook including how to optimize the battery life, troubleshoot, and get service.Learn about your battery
Print from your Mac
Learn how to print pictures and other documents from your Mac to a printer.Learn about printing
Connect an AirPrint printer to a Wi-Fi network
You can connect an AirPrint printer to a Wi-Fi network for wireless printing from your Mac, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.Learn about AirPrint
Use Wireless Diagnostics to help you resolve Wi-Fi issues on your Mac
Wireless Diagnostics analyzes your Wi-Fi connection and suggests solutions for potential issues. It can also collect detailed logs to use when working with a network specialist.Get help connecting to Wi-Fi
Use AirDrop to send content from your Mac
With AirDrop, you can wirelessly send photos, videos, websites, locations, and more to a nearby iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac.Learn more about AirDrop
Use AirPlay to display video from your Mac on an HDTV
If you have an Apple TV, you can use AirPlay to wirelessly stream video to your HDTV from Safari or QuickTime Player, or use your HDTV as a Mac display.Use AirPlay
MacBook ports and adapters
Learn about the different ports and adapters for your MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015) and later.Learn about Ports and adapters
Using the USB-C port and adapters on your MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015) and later
Learn about the power, data-transfer, and video capabilities of the USB-C port and USB-C adapters and cables for your MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015) and later.Learn how to use the USB-C port and adapters
Using a Force Touch trackpad
Learn about the Force Touch trackpad, its features, and how to use it.Learn about Force Touch trackpad
Turn on "three finger drag" for your Force Touch trackpad
"Three finger drag" is a Multi-Touch gesture in OS X. It lets you use three fingers to move the active window on your screen.Turn on "three finger drag"
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On Mac, see app power usage
Click the battery icon in your menu bar. If apps are using lots of energy, you'll see them listed under “Apps Using Significant Energy.”
OS X Support
OS X is the operating system that comes with your Mac. Learn about and get help with apps, updates, services, and more.
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