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How to Export an Xcode Project to an IPA file

Xcode to IPA TutorialVideo Tutorial- YouTube
With Xcode, it is not always simple to export your project to an IPA format. First and foremost, the project must built successfully, and able to be run in the iOS simulator program.

1. Click Product on the Finder bar and then click Archive. It will process for a little while but then a window should appear with your Archives available.

How to get the Touch Bar on any Mac (and iPad)

A developer on GitHub, bikkelbroeders, has created an app for any Mac running macOS Sierra 10.12.1 or above that adds the new Touch Bar from the 2016 MacBook Pro digitally to macOS.

Download macOS Sierra 10.12.1 update-

They have also made an iPad app that allows the Touch Bar to be used via a USB connection. It functions identically to a physical Touch Bar as it uses the exact same software, however, it won't allow you to use your iPad's Touch ID sensor to unlock your Mac.

1. Download the file from the GitHub link.

2. Extract the zip file and open

3. Click the small play button near the top right of the Finder bar and make sure there is a check mark  next to On-Screen Touch Bar (Press Fn to Show).

4. Press the Fn key (function key) on your keyboard and the Touch Bar simulator will appear directly below where your cursor is located. Press it once again to hide it.

Now you have a virtual Touch Bar on any Mac running macOS 10.12.1 or l…

Malwarebytes for Mac Instructions

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac is a fantastic utility that I recommend to any Mac owner that suspects that a virus, adware, or spyware is floating around their computer. The download to this tool is not available from Malwarebytes home page, however, it is regularly updated and free for personal use. For anyone who needs instructions on how to use this piece of software, here's your guide.

1. Download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. Go to the download link below and it should automatically begin downloading.
DOWNLOAD- Malwarebytes Mac
2. Click the downloads button in the top right of Safari. From here, double click the downloaded DMG file, it should say something like MBAM-Mac-X.X.X.dmg, and in this case, it is version 1.2.5, so it is MBAM-Mac-1.2.5.dmg.

3.  Drag Malwarebytes Anti-Malware into your Applications folder.
4. Open Malwarebytes Anti-Malware inside your Applications folder, using Spotlight, or Launchpad.

5. Click Scan and it will search your Mac for malware. 
If the followin…