Apple's latest Apple TV update has done the dirty to several devices. If yours was thus affected you can put things right with a cable and copy or iTunes.
Apple has updated the Apple TV software to version 6, which supports iTunes Radio, iCloud to AirPlay streaming, and iPod syncing.
At this very moment it's still possible to downgrade devices running iOS 7 to iOS 6. If you don't like the new thinner look, get on it right now.
The Videos app sports a nice redesign, iCloud-stored movies and TV shows, and new iPhone organization.
Senior editor Chris Breen explores the musical journey that is iTunes Radio and the Music app in this hands-on with iOS 7.
If you guessed that the Voice Memos app, virtually unchanged since its iOS 3 release, would ditch the big shiny microphone and VU monitor for something a little sleeker in iOS 7, you would be absolutely right. Here's what's changed in iOS 7.
In this week's Mac 101 lesson, Professor Breen provides the steps necessary to share your digital images with others.
Podcast host Chris Breen is joined by Dan Moren to discuss Dan's review of iOS 7.
iOS's Assistive Touch feature allows you to tap a single button to engage iOS gestures. Chris Breen explains how.
If you're bothered that deleting Gmail messages in your copy of Mail doesn't really remove those messages (but rather leaves copies in Gmail's All Mail mailbox) Chris Breen has unearthed a helpful tip you'll enjoy.
iPhoto is more than just a digital shoebox for your photos. With it you can organize your photos into albums and share those albums as printed projects. Chris Breen shows you how.
You launch Calendar, it appears briefly, and then--BLAMMO--it's gone. What causes this problem? Chris Breen shows you how to track down it (and similar problems).
Jason Snell and Dan Moren join host Chris Breen to discuss Apple's September 10th iPhone-focused event.
You've shared some tasty files with your friends via Dropbox, but some idiot keeps dragging them out of the shared folder, thus denying them to others. Chris Breen offers two tips to prevent that.
If you've done nothing more with iPhoto that toss your images into it like an old shoebox, it's time to dig into the best of those pictures and edit them into works of art. Chris Breen shows you how.