The rebranding of the iPad Air has potentially made room in Apple's lineup for an iPad Pro. Ted Landau imagines what such a device would look like.
Though the Mac Pro is aimed at professionals, older models were often attractive to prosumers who wanted the most power their money could buy. But Ted Landau considers the new Mac Pro a very different beast, and suspects that many of those users may look elsewhere.
With the just-released 2013 versions of Numbers, Pages, and Keynote for the Mac and for iOS, Apple's made some serious changes in file formats, which could impact the way you work with those files. Ted Landau explains.
Ted Landau returns to discuss three issues he's deal with lately--pictures washed out by his iPhone flash, low-quality Netflix streams, and junk mail filters that seemingly don't work.
Ted Landau has been here, there, and everywhere tracking down bugs and unexpected behaviors in Apple's latest release of the Mac OS. Solutions and workarounds abound!
Ted Landau tunnels into Hewlett-Packard's tech support hierarchy to solve a couple of tricky scanner issues.
Ted Landau offers advice on iOS devices that, when plugged into a Mac, insist that there are items on the device that haven't been transferred to the Mac's copy of iTunes.
Ted Landau walks you through the many ways you can back up your iPhone to avoid data-loss disappointment.
Ted Landau offers a little "Safari, heal thy self!" advice in this installment of Bugs & Fixes.
Ted Landau finds that AppleCare turns out to be the best way to deal with a pesky piece of dust on the lens of his iPhone 5's camera. Also, Apple Hardware Test makes way for the new Apple Diagnostics application.
If you're recently updated to AirPort Utility 6.3 and find your wireless network is now unreliable, Ted Landau has the help you need.
Ted Landau relays reports of new MacBook Air models that perform poorly with third-party routers.
Apple no longer offers the option to download movie trailers. Ted Landau reveals a way to work around this.
Ted Landau argues that Apple should be announcing major overhauls to its two flagship operating systems at WWDC.
Ted Landau explains that updating apps in iTunes just got easier with version 11.0.3.