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iTunes U is more than just lectures, even letting college students to turn in homework without leaving the dorms. Here's how to get started with iTunes U 3.0 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Users are still trying to figure out the latest version of iTunes.
The Photos apps for OS X and iOS make it super simple to share photos and videos, even without an Internet connection.
Readers ask about how to clear out space used by multimedia in the Photos app through deletion and optimization.
Readers are having trouble with Apple's Continuity configuration and consistency for phone calls.
You can view your iTunes music, movies, TV shows, and more in several different ways.
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Readers (still!) have (many, many!) questions about several features in Photos for OS X.
It's a challenge, to say the least. Kirk "The iTunes Guy" McElhearn has some tips to make it easier to use.
A reader asks if the Cinema Display or the Thunderbolt Display can be connected via USB-C.
Limited data plans suck, but getting dinged because you went over your cap sucks even more. Here's how to keep tabs on your data plan so you can avoid getting penalized.
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OS X's Photos app has a more powerful Retouch tool than the one in iPhoto.
More issues with iTunes 12.