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.
A reader sees a lock icon and can't remove images in Image Capture.
A colleague can't get Telemarketer Bastards to stop calling him.
Apple’s documentation to find deleted images and videos in Photos is incorrect, as a reader points out.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Macworld Staff Writer Caitlin McGarry to unpack all of Apple's WWDC keynote announcements. Or most of them, anyway!
Apple is getting closer to replacing your wallet, with Apple Pay in Safari for iOS 10 and macOS, and mobile payments apps like Square Cash coming to iMessages and Siri.
Two-factor authentication and other verification systems are for naught if someone can call your phone carrier and get your number transferred to them.