Sandro Cuccia writes about iPhoneography and iPhone's built-in features that help you get the best photos by letting you be in charge of exposure and focus.
Apple added a new feature that lets uses create custom stations with the release of Podcasts 1.2 for iOS. The feature lets you organize your podcasts into groups, or stations, and then play episodes as if you created your own news or entertainment channels.
If you need to reply to or forward along only a portion of an email on your iOS device, it's really easy to do. Far simpler, in fact, than trying to remove extraneous text after you hit the Reply button. In this tip, Melissa Holt's going to tell you how to do it and why it's useful. We promise you'll be at least mildly entertained.
Apple launched two-step authentication for Apple IDs on Thursday, a significant increase in security for those who enable it. We're going to show you how to set it up.
If the idea of having a special folder that makes iPhoto import pictures automatically sounds peachy, have we got the tip for you. iPhoto's fancy "Auto Import" folder does just that, and it makes saving images from the Web or any other source a snap. Best of all, the import happens whenever iPhoto is opened next—after you've dropped in one picture or two hundred. Here's how you take advantage of it.
Siri is great for controlling your iPhone or iPad with your voice, and OmniFocus is a fantastic task management and organization app. How do you make them better? By making them work together, of course.
We've been showing you how you can get lots done on your Mac using all kinds of free apps that Apple gives you. This week, Sandro Cuccia shows you how to use Disk Utility to create safe and secure, password-protected and encrypted containers for your files.
In this article, we're going to discuss how to change the way that iTunes sorts your albums, your songs, and your artists so that you can find things more easily. Wanna sort your albums by title instead of by artist, for example? No problem, and it's really simple to set up! Here's how.
There are several, escalating steps you can take to force quit a misbehaving app in iOS. This how-to describes successively stronger and stronger measures to achieve that.
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