A reader can't save a file that he's able to open in Excel.
Nostalgia ain't what it used to be. The Iconfactory looks backwards and forwards with two new camera apps.
A reader finds herself stymied in moving a movie from Mac to iPhone.
Connect to this display using USB-C.
Headphone jacks (or the lack thereof), an end of Thunderbolt displays, and Dropbox’s new features, plus Swift Playgrounds in depth.
A reader’s family shares a single account, but wants to separate out messages. They can’t.
A reader would prefer to not send his computer off to get fixed with all of the contents of its drive being accessible to a technician. What to do?
Plenty of older software is good enough, smart enough, and gosh darn it, still works. A writer keeps his old tools sharp.
A reader worries an iTunes conversion feature has been lost—it's still there, just obscure.
If you're setting up a Mac from scratch for yourself or for another person, you can make a number of baseline choices, but they're good for existing installations, too.
A reader’s employee mysteriously used 84GB in about 12 hours, including overnight. Media Services is to blame.
Oh yeah, there's definitely enough here for two podcasts. And then some.
An excellent, well-designed middle ground between an external USB battery pack and an iPhone battery case.
A reader sees only 121GB of storage on her iMac, and wonders what happened.
Apple threw out a loaded term and little information in its keynote about a new approach it's rolling out to learn user behavior while preserving privacy. It's good.