Here are the most-read posts of the year for Apple in the Enterprise.
2012 saw many changes, controversies, and of course, product developments in Apple's world. The most popular posts for this blog were those that showed users how to get things done in OS X or iOS.
Gina Smith reports on the numerous issues some users are having with iOS 6, which may lead to the decision to downgrade to a more stable version. Bear in mind you can't do it without saving the SHSH blobs first. Here's how.
For Mac geeks who want to learn more about using the command line, Wil Limoges offers this basic tip for creating and deleting files in Terminal.
Erik Eckel explains the options for using adapters and AirPlay to mirror iPads' displays on larger monitors for meetings, presentations, and seminars.
Erik Eckel shares some tips for diagnosing and recovering a failing Mac hard disk.
Derek Schauland highlights a housekeeping app for your iPhone that helps you clean up your contacts list.
Erik Eckel takes a detailed look at the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models to determine which is best for certain kinds of users.
Wil Limoges shares some of the iPhone codes that you can input on the number pad to perform a variety of tasks.
Erik Eckel outlines the steps to configuring share points in Lion Server.
With Macs continuing to flow into the enterprise, integration with Windows systems is even more important. Erik Eckel covers some of the options for Active Directory-Mac integration.
Erik Eckel points explains how you can avoid the most common mistakes of iPad deployments in your organization.