Photos for Mac continues to perplex and annoy many users between learning new features, bugs, and discovering missing ones. We handle more questions this week.
The Apple Watch will be more useful when it delivers the right notifications in a font size you can read, with haptic feedback that doesn't make you jump out of your chair.
Need to convert a paper document into a digital format? Here are a few solutions that work well.
One of the quickest ways to interact with the Apple Watch is by using Siri, Apple's voice activated assistant.
Apple Watch boasts a Maps app that you can use to search for a location and get turn-by turn-navigation. The Watch can even tap your wrist to tell you when to turn.
Got a text message? Need to send one? There's no need to pull out your iPhone when you can handle texts directly on Apple Watch.
There’s no need to take out your iPhone when it comes to phone calls. Here’s how to use your Apple Watch instead.
Learn how to make your Apple Watch watch face suit your mood, style and personality.
Ways to handle linear notes in iTunes. Plus: album artwork in WAV files, song title capitalization, playlist management, and shopping the iTunes Store on an old Mac.
Apple's free, light video player has some capabilities Photos and iPhoto lack: recording videos, making simple edits, even recording your iPhone or iPad's screen.
The term "permissions fix" gets thrown around as a solution to all sorts of problems, like when your Mac slows down or experiences random crashes. Here's a guide to permissions, and various ways to run permissions fixes.
The introduction of Photos OS X brought a flurry of problems and questions, some more of which we answer this week.