You can keep kids (and others) from deleting your photos by accident in iOS: use Guided Access.
This overhaul to Tweetbot for OS X brings changes large and small that add up to a much better experience.
Is Yahoo ridiculous for suggesting its users not use a password at all, but a smartphone app that gives them permission to access their email? Not at all.
Portal pages at public Wi-Fi hotspots can ruin your tiny bookmark and other icons.
You can unenroll or restore/recovery: two very different options.
Stop laughing! It's harder than it used to be! Dan Frakes stops by to help us figure it out. Caitlin and Oscar also join us to discuss 'Steve Jobs.'
A a single click solves this long-running problem related to multiple displays and Mission Control desktops.
Did you know you can get a partial refund from unused portions of AppleCare and AppleCare+? Neither did we.
Some users report a duplicate event appearing after every event they create on iCloud-sync calendars. Here are some strategies to fix it.
Systems that offer a second step to log into an account often require a phone number to receive texts or voice calls. What if you have none?
If you've seen it, you hate: the dialog box in OS X that tells you need "legacy" Java installed, but you're not using an app that relies on Java. We have ideas on getting rid of it.
New installment and upgrade options require a lot of math and a bit of timing to figure out when to get your next iPhone.
Despite what it implies on Apple's LTE carrier page, you can use any U.S.-compatible iPhone 6s or 6s Plus on all American LTE networks.
If you've signed up for pre-release versions of Mac OS X, you can opt out with a single click.
Glenn sold his Apple Watch, and Susie bought a new iPhone. Time to talk about what a weird process that's becoming. Elsewhere, Amazon and Microsoft mess up, and content blocking gets messy.