Older iPhones often have high resale value, but keeping one around as an ersatz iPod touch can be just as useful.
You can keep kids (and others) from deleting your photos by accident in iOS: use Guided Access.
Portal pages at public Wi-Fi hotspots can ruin your tiny bookmark and other icons.
Share your location to a friend, let loved ones know when you're on the move, get a reminder when you arrive at a specific place, geotag Calendar events, and more.
You can unenroll or restore/recovery: two very different options.
The gradient tool lets you perform interesting effects to your images.
A a single click solves this long-running problem related to multiple displays and Mission Control desktops.
Enhance your interface with these features built right into the operating system.
Some users report a duplicate event appearing after every event they create on iCloud-sync calendars. Here are some strategies to fix it.
OS X comes with some powerful and useful tools for taking screenshots. Here's how to master them.
Firefox is a fantastic browser that has a lot to offer for those fed up with Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Opera.
If you've seen it, you hate: the dialog box in OS X that tells you need "legacy" Java installed, but you're not using an app that relies on Java. We have ideas on getting rid of it.
Disk Utility has a new look in El Capitan, but formatting a storage device is still as easy as it was before.
Apple Music, your iTunes library, iCloud Music library, iTunes Match...where are your tracks being stored?
If you've signed up for pre-release versions of Mac OS X, you can opt out with a single click.