Glenn and John discuss the reaction to Apple’s latest results, John’s new iPhone SE, forcing Touch ID, and Disk Networks house calls.
When OS X won't let you unmount a flash drive or external hard drive, here’s what you can do.
In "tick" cycles, Apple releases a new look for a product; in alternating "tocks," dramatic improvements in internals. It's time for it to stop watching the clock.
My mother-in-law's phone balked at backing up. But she has nearly nothing on it. The trouble? An accidental video.
A reader wants to stop prompts on his hand-me-down computers from asking for his Apple ID instead of that of the current family member using it.
Safari, Firefox, and Chrome can give out your whereabouts, but you can prefer to not opt in.
A reader wonders about the different labels in the App Store for download, notably ‘Get’ versus ‘Open’.
Keychain has a number of excellent features, but it's not as easy to invoke nor as diverse as 1Password, LastPass, and other third-party password ecosystems.
You used to be able to with third-party software. Then System Integrity Protection came along.
Glenn and Susie discuss Macworld's review of the new MacBook, people dissing the Apple Watch on its anniversary, the missing iPhone SE, and if Apple's services can save it.
Everything about the Solartab is fine, but it's in search of a solution as a combination product.
The sync service puts photos everywhere—or nowhere at all.
A reader finds his green full-screen button has gone grey. Is there a fix?
It's not you; it's Photos for iOS and OS X.
A reader is having folders jump about, and wants to set them in place.