Using and iPhone or most iPods, you can record voice memos on the go.
iTunes does a great many things, but to be really great, it should do a few things better.
June is audiobook month, so now is a great time to give them a try. Here's how.
If you're an amateur photographer, if you like to watch videos on your Mac, or even if you're a gamer, you should consider calibrating your display. You can use OS X's built-in calibration tools, or an external calibration gadget.
Apple Remote app can help you control iTunes from afar, and in interesting ways.
You can control music playback on the iPod touch (late 2009) and iPhone 3GS with Apple's Voice Control feature. Here's how.
Exchanging files with the iPad requires a bit of work. Kirk McElhearn shows how to minimize the hassle, especially when you're copying iWork files.
Practically perfect application (and everything else) launcher gets even better.
Apple hopes that iBookstore does for e-books what the App Store did for mobile applications. Kirk McElhearn takes a stroll through iBookstore's virtual aisles and sees a lot of potential -- as well as some areas that Apple needs to improve.
Text-expansion utility goes from preference pane to real app, picks up auto-correction and interactive clippings.
Latest version of text-expansion utility makes managing snippets easier
Although Apple hasn't made a way to stream content from your computer to your iPad, there are several ways to accomplish such a feat.
SongGenie 2, from equinux, does a good job identifying your music tracks and adding or fixing tag information (but not, unfortunately, album art).
Along with the iPad's larger interface comes the ability to create and edit
Are you a fan of classical music? Then check out Kirk McElhearn's tips for dealing with your music in iTunes.