Put your contact info on your lock screen and hope someone decent finds it.
Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss all things iTunes including ripping CDs when you Mac doesn't have a CD player, syncing both iTunes Match and local music, and TV show playback options.
Brain-training apps keep your mind active and are pretty fun to boot.
If you're willing to pay a premium for convenience, this monitor works with at least three apps, although the Health app's interface didn't wow us.
Kirk McElhearn returns to answer your burning iTunes questions.
When gee-whiz features don't work, it's an exercise in frustration, and Apple should do more to help users troubleshoot their issues.
iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn returns to provide even greater enlightenment about iTunes 12, including working with artwork and Wish List limitations.
With Yosemite and iOS 8 Apple has loosened the shackles on iCloud storage. Here's how to put it to use on your Yosemite-running Mac, iOS 8 device, and the web.
iTunes 12 has significantly changed the way you manage your media, and that's led a lot of people to ask the iTunes Guy for answers.
iTunes 12 brings significant changes to the interface, not all of which make it easier to play and manage your media.
Yosemite isn't all Handoff rainbows and Continuity cupcakes. If parts of it are making you grumpy, here's how to set them (and the universe) right again.
Whether you’re a novice to the genre, or a seasoned musician, you’ll find something here that will help you discover and learn more about great music.
Instead of using a tuning fork or another already-tuned instrument, try one of these apps.
Switching to a new DNS server might result in a snappier Internet. Kirk McElhearn explains how to edit your DNS settings, and how to know if you should.
iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn answers simple (but common) questions including fitting an iOS 8 update on a packed iPhone, turning an iPhone into an iPod, and cross-border gifting.