A day after pulling the flawed iOS 8.0.1, Apple issues the 8.0.2 update that reinstates the earlier update's fixes and improvements.
As much fun as it is to examine a new OS's features and functions, it's also worthwhile to put them in context. Chris Breen considers the Big Picture.
In the bad old days, Apple allowed iOS installer files to pile up. That's no longer the case but some people still want them. Chris Breen provides a way to automatically create them.
iOS 8 has a lot of great features, but if your device doesn't behave well with it, you may wish to revert to iOS 7 (while you still can).
Serenity and Chris part company, but not before discussing massive iPhone sales, iPhone photography, and why Chris has taken a break from jailbreaking.
Chris Breen has been a dedicated jailbreaker since the iPhone's earliest days. With iOS 8 he believes he's headed down the path of the straight and narrow.
If you have a family laden with iOS devices, you owe it to the clan to explore the many benefits of iOS 8's Family Sharing feature.
U2's Bono hinted in a recent interview that the band and Apple were working on a new media format that would help artists get paid. Chris Breen imagines what that would look like.
iOS 8 enhances some existing features in valuable ways. We look at improvements made to notifications, Spotlight, and Siri.
iOS 8 is here, and you're probably itching to give it a spin. Here's how to do so safely and completely. Plus: How to go back to iOS 7 if you don't like the new OS.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss the news of the week including massive iPhone 6 pre-orders, our favorite iOS 8 features, Tim Cook taking charge, and changes at Macworld.
A reader needs help emailing multiple images from his online photo albums. Chris Breen lends a hand.
iOS 8 is coming soon. Here are some steps you can take to prepare your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch for it.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss the doings at Apple's September 9th event including the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Pay, and Apple Watch.
Unlike Mark Antony, Chris Breen comes to praise as well as bury the last of the hard-drive iPod line.