A reader was disturbed to find a recipient of a messaged image had the coordinates of her home address.
Apple fixed a bug that allowed scammers to hijack your Safari screen in iOS, but a macOS flaw remains.
If you’re a Mac pro who needs a Mac Pro, Apple has good news and bad news.
It’s not just you: the process can be maddening to back up your iPhone (or iPad) and then restore it.
A bill passed by Congress, if signed by the president, would prevent the FCC from putting in place Obama-era rules to restrict ISP tracking of your online actions.
iOS 10.3 is out, rentals work across the whole Apple ecosystem, and macOS adds Night Shift. Put on your sunglasses at night and tune in.
Mac malware keeps appearing, but very little of it hits many people. How should you protect yourself in 2017?
From ease of set up through broad compatibility, including with Apple's HomeKit, these smart plugs hit nearly every mark.
A recent social-media hijacking reveals how poor services are about aging out unused connections.
Scammers leverage an alleged iCloud account leak that also is likely not real.
Find Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac aren't new, but they're often forgotten when setting up a system—or when a device goes missing.
What seems like overreach may actually be an iCloud quirk.
Apple's new, cheaper iPad simplifies the lineup and leaves room for an upcoming refresh of the iPad Pro.
A macOS app can replace or complement other backup alternatives while putting more encryption control in your hands.
There’s isn’t a solution within Apple’s Photos app, so it’s PowerPhotos to the rescue.