Want to bring your Apple stuff with when you visit another country? Macworld associate editor Serenity Caldwell shows you how to minimize the ensuing aggravation.
It's possible to create encrypted disk images with Apple's Disk Utility, but why bother when you can do it faster and more easily with Automator?
Sometimes iTunes just doesn't work the way you want it to. Here are several workarounds to get CDs to rip properly, audiobooks to upload to iTunes Match, and more.
Before you hand your iOS device over to your kids, you may want to make sure you've locked down certain features.
Mac 101 returns from its holiday break with a first look at Preview's hidden powers for editing and annotating images.
Your Aunt Vilma has written, asking why she should buy an iPad. If she's anything like Chris Breen's Aunt Vilma, these six reasons might influence her decision.
The key to learning about the OS X command line: manual (or man) pages that explain all those commands. Kirk McElhearn explains how to find and use them.
If there's an item on Amazon that you'd dearly love, but you don't love its price, Chris Breen shows you ways to monitor Amazon for the best price.
Setting your camera's white balance properly will fix all the other colors in the scene as well.
After you've downloaded loads of apps, finding the one you want can be a drag. Here's how to cut through the clutter.
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.
Don't let your information accidentally get erased. It's easy to back up to iCloud and to iTunes; here's a short video primer to help you do so.
The quietly powerful If This, Then That fetches and carries Web content from one service to another so you don't have to. Learn how it works and check out some of its best 'recipes.'