OS X Photos: Using Split View

8:55 AM, Jul. 24th, 2015 · · TMO Quick Tip

Today we've got another Quick Tip for you about the Photos program, and in this one, we'll discuss how to use what's called Split View. This feature makes it easy as pie to view all of the images taken at the same time and place, so if you need to apply the same adjustments to a bunch of pictures at once, it's simple!

Turning Off Apple Pay on Your Lost Apple Watch

8:55 AM, Jul. 21st, 2015 · · TMO Quick Tip

Today's Quick Tip is about the first thing you'll want to do if you lose your Apple Watch or if someone steals it: Remove your Apple Pay cards from the device! This is especially important to do if your Watch's passcode is easy to guess, so if you're the kind of person who uses "1234" to unlock all of his gadgets, this article's for you.

OS X Pages: Using Sections to Delete Document Pages

8:57 AM, Jul. 17th, 2015 · · TMO Quick Tip

If you've ever tried to delete a single page within a Pages document, you may have been confused to find that you couldn't do so without removing additional pages (or maybe your whole document!). In this Quick Tip, we'll go over why this is happening and what you can do to get those stubborn pages out of there.

How to See What’s Killing Your iPhone Battery

7:04 PM, Jul. 15th, 2015 · · TMO Quick Tip

iPhone Battery Usage view

This morning my iPhone battery went from a full charge to completely dead in a little over four hours without me using it for anything at all. That's not at all what I expect from a smart phone that's doing little more than laying on my desk, so I wondered exactly what was eating all the juice in my iPhone's battery. Thanks to a tip TMO's own Melissa Holt wrote almost a year ago I was able to solve the mystery.

Photos: Using the Tilt Wheel to Straighten

8:58 AM, Jul. 15th, 2015 · · TMO Quick Tip

Today we're going to discuss how to fix an image with an off-kilter horizon. It's pretty simple to do, but if what you like are big, obvious buttons that say "Straighten," well, then, you're gonna miss iPhoto on this one. Deciphering…interesting…Apple design choices is what we're gonna do in today's Quick Tip.

Apple Music: Make Your Own Mixtape!

8:57 AM, Jul. 10th, 2015 · · TMO Quick Tip

If you'd like to send your friends and family your custom Apple Music playlists, it's really easy to do. It's sort of like creating a mixtape for them! Now that a ton of people have signed up for the service's free trial, it's also the perfect time to share playlists—everyone using Apple Music can listen to the music you choose. We're all about sending digital mixtapes to each other in today's Quick Tip.

Terminal: Viewing Your Command History in OS X

10:28 AM, Jul. 8th, 2015 · · TMO Quick Tip

Today's Quick Tip is about finding and looking through your command history in the Terminal program. Did you change the way your Dock looks (for example) through Terminal and then forget how you did it? This'll let you find out exactly what you typed in so you can reverse it easily. For those of us who like to tweak OS X, that's pretty darned useful!

Apple Music: Three Quick Tips!

8:50 AM, Jul. 7th, 2015 · · TMO Quick Tip

iTunes 12.2 and Apple Music

Three tips and tricks for using Apple Music, coming right up! We'll talk about redoing the genre selections you made when you originally configured the service, how to move tracks to your Apple Watch, and using Siri to listen to albums and artists that you don't even own.

How to Control Apple Music “For You” Playlists

9:32 AM, Jul. 6th, 2015 · · TMO Quick Tip

Apple Music For You playlists

The playlists in Apple Music's "For You" section are pretty cool because they do a pretty good job of putting together music you most likely want to hear. That doesn't mean there isn't room for improvement, so Apple built in a way for you to take control over what you hear in those playlists. Read on to learn how to take control of your For You playlists on your iPhone.