Dean Of Mac – Tips and Tricks for Apple Enthusiasts

Introduction to Dean Of Mac – Apple Enthusiast

Dean Of Mac is a personal blog written by me, Dean Roberts. Dean of Mac – Tips for Apple Lovers

Why “Dean Of Mac?” Well, name is Dean and I love the Mac! I also live in a town named Macomb. So, Dean Of Mac. I worked in Higher Education so the “Dean” fits. I also use it for social media accounts. It keeps people guessing!

I was an Apple Systems Administrator/Systems Engineer for 25 years. I began managing the Apple platform immediately after graduating with a Master’s in Instructional Design. When I started managing the Apple platform I used RevRDist and ended with JAMF/Casper Suite. Between them I used NetBoot/Apple Software Restore (ASR) and DeployStudio with Apple Remote Desktop (ARD). I also have experience as an Enterprise Applications Engineer. All of my experience is in Higher Education. I’ve since retired and am now a substitute teacher for my local school district.

Current

My current setup is a 24-inch iMac with 16 gigs of memory and a 512 gig SSD. I also own a 13-inch MacBook Pro with 16 gigs memory and a 512 gig SSD. My iPad of choice is a silver 11″ model with 128 gigs of memory. The desk lights are the Edge model from Lume Cube. The desk is the Jarvis standing desk from Fully. I wear my Apple Watch 7 all the time.

desk setup

I’ve been a Mac fanatic since high school. I have a 100% Apple-base Ecosystem for personal use. Yeah, I understand that people need Microsoft Windows. For work – okay. For pleasure – nope.

I want to share what I’ve learned about using the Apple EcoSystem over the last 35 years. I will bring you tips and tricks for macOS, iOS, iPhone, iPad, MacBook Pro, Apple Watch, and a variety of productivity tips for Apple EcoSystem users.

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