A reader wants to backup and restore an iPad away from his usual iTunes setup.
A major update to Fantastical 2 refines rough edges, extends invitations, adds features like printing, and improves time-zone management.
Researchers find they can insert a rogue profile in an enterprise-configured iOS device, but it requires phishing to work.
Trapped in a time beyond calculation, in a space beyond measure, our intrepid host hears voices.
A reader has a grave complaint about an acute problem adding accents.
A reader has a mismatch between the body of a message and the ostensible sender.
What. Just. Happened. Security expert Jonathan Zdziarski helps us process this strange turn of events in the Apple-FBI case.
A reader would like to compensate for hearing loss by rebalancing sound on his iOS device.
Time Machine, cloning, or the tiger?
This adapter passes through video over HDMI from an Apple TV while splitting out audio in both stereo and surround-sound formats.
A firm that offers for-sale-by-owner and brokerage services enhances its iPad app with an app connection.
The damned fool who shot Alexander Hamilton in a duel also, some historians believe, wanted to set himself up as the Emperor of Mexico. Coded dispatches led to his downfall, but not conviction.
Apple’s new automatic color-temperature adjustment will still keep your mind racing before bed. A lock-out feature might be more useful.
A reader was concerned about network configuration due to different numbers and settings appearing depending on where he looked.
Five hundred episodes young, we celebrate with special guests Cyrus Farivar, Jason Snell, and the Macalope.