It's not you; it's Photos for iOS and OS X.
A reader is having folders jump about, and wants to set them in place.
Are you still using iOS's built-in keyboard? It's easy to switch to a third-party keyboard that may better suit your needs. We'll show you how.
A reader would like to have the benefit of optimized thumbnail storage, but also grab high-res versions when needed.
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A reader's El Capitan installation started blacking out one monitor when he's using apps full screen.
A reader can't move items to trash, but is instead always prompted to delete files immediately.
Splice together your iPhone & iPad videos with slick-looking transitions, add titles, lay down custom soundtracks, and more.
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While you might not notice the difference in sound quality, the lossless format leaves you with an archival file that you can convert at any time in the future. You’ll never need to rip those CDs again.
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Only the 9.7-inch iPad Pro has an auto-adjusting True Tone screen. But you can mimic the effect on any iOS 9.3 device, with Night Shift.
Night Shift isn't sensor based and auto-adjusting like True Tone. But it works almost the same, and you don't have to buy a brand-new iPad Pro to get it.
A reader would like to use his Time Capsule only for backups, not as a Wi-Fi gateway.
Set your account to private, block random followers, see all your "liked" photos, get alerts when your favorite Instagrammers post new photos, and more.
A reader would like to transfer images to an iPad while on the road, then sync with iCloud Photo Library and free up storage in iOS.