You plug your iPhone into your Mac, and Photos launches—but you don't want that! There's a way to stop this behavior.
Here's what you need to know about security when you're updating your iPhone and iPad.
The new Apple TV lacks the digital/analog audio output port of the previous models. But you have options!
Apple unveiled a host of new products and updates, and Glenn talks with John Moltz about what they all mean.
The new Apple TV looks almost indistinguishable from the previous model, but couldn't be more different under the hood. Here's what you need to know about it.
Apple adds two financing options for iPhones, one of which includes AppleCare+ and an option for a yearly upgrade.
Apple showed off new Watch bands, finishes, and a partnership with Hermes, and set a release date of September 16 for watchOS 2.
When using Save As, a reader keeps getting a message that they lack permission to save files. Mac 911 has the answer, though it's a slightly irritating one.
Google has explained to iOS app developers a way to circumvent Apple's iOS 9 requirement for secure network connections. It's legitimate, not as bad as it sounds, and still not good.
A reader wants to print a single page from a document loaded in iOS, not the whole thing. Is there a way?
Glenn and Susie talk about the upcoming Apple event, interview Jonathan Abrams of Nuzzel, and discuss how bananas it is that Android Wear watches work with iPhones now.
iBooks likes to keep books listed, even after you've deleted them. A reader wonders if that can be changed.
Call them content filters or ad blockers, iOS 9's ability to plug apps into Safari that handle how items are retrieved on web pages will change the way we mobile surf.
Where does Photos for OS X stash pictures?
You already knew that secure web connections prevent snooping by criminals and others on points between you and a server. But they also keep networks from injecting advertising.