Where do those things go, anyway?
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If a lithium-ion battery has overheated, smells, or has distended, take immediate steps for your safety.
It's a way for iCloud Mail users to send large files, but remember, they won't stay on file for very long.
It sure feels like Apple is getting ready to to discontinue the streaming technology.
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Kirk McElhearn is here to help you with your iTunes questions.
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macOS has several ways to properly eject a storage device.
When you want to format a hard drive, it helps to know the difference between a partition and a drive.
The spoiler: there’s no way to force iCloud Photo Library to recognize existing media, but you can pause or stop the uploads.
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Searching for answers to iTunes and Apple Music? Ask The iTunes Guy, Kirk McElhearn.
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