A reader wants to import a single photo album, not everything, to her Mac. But it can't be easily done.
Now you can have two iPad apps opened at once in iOS 9. Here's how it works.
A reader wants to take the violence out of his message, removing the bullets from his email in Mac OS X's Mail app. But how?
You plug your iPhone into your Mac, and Photos launches—but you don't want that! There's a way to stop this behavior.
Here's what you need to know about security when you're updating your iPhone and iPad.
The new Apple TV lacks the digital/analog audio output port of the previous models. But you have options!
When using Save As, a reader keeps getting a message that they lack permission to save files. Mac 911 has the answer, though it's a slightly irritating one.
Sometimes, stuff goes wrong. Here's how to shut down a misbehaving app.
Your old Mac might be a bit creaky but there’s plenty you can do to restore its youthful vigour—and much of it doesn’t cost a dime.
We’ll step you through setting up and using Find My iPhone, and what to do if your phone ever does go missing. Prepare for this tech nightmare now before it happens to you.
A grab bag of iTunes questions from Macworld readers.
It doesn't take expert Photoshop skills to make unwanted objects vanish from your photos.
Figuring out an issue with a corporate Google account and calendar sharing.
A reader wants to print a single page from a document loaded in iOS, not the whole thing. Is there a way?
iBooks likes to keep books listed, even after you've deleted them. A reader wonders if that can be changed.