When it comes to available space, my iPhone says one thing, but iTunes says another. And it's maddening.
iTunes got you stumped? Kirk McElhearn is here to help.
Your hands never have to leave the keyboard when you need to open an app.
Siri performs well in Apple’s ads, but in real life, it’s a different story.
The Mac’s menu bar is a handy place for quick access to apps and system preferences. But it can easily be a crowded space.
So many iTunes questions, so little time. But that won't stop Kirk McElhearn from trying to help.
Apple has revamped the Console, making it easier to use.
A Chromebook is a lot cheaper than a MacBook, and it's capable enough for a lot of people.
When you want to get rid of an app, it's harder than it should be to make sure everything the app installed is gone.
Apple’s streaming protocol can send audio to a variety of devices. Here’s how to make it work for you.
Answers to your iTunes questions, thanks to Kirk McElhearn.
You've probably noticed it in the pop-up menu of the iTunes Store, but have you ever clicked on the iTunes U? If not, join the millions of people and expand your knowledge, for free.
iCloud Music Library will now match all tracks with acoustic fingerprinting and no copy-protected files. So if you have Apple Music, you no longer need to pay for iTunes Match.
Trying to make sense of Apple's approach to iCloud storage leaves you head-scratching.
Confused by iTunes? Kirk McElhearn is here to help.
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