Don't-Miss iPhone Stories
Older iPhones often have high resale value, but keeping one around as an ersatz iPod touch can be just as useful.
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.
When you have an Apple Watch and iPhone, there are difference ways to control the music you're listening to.
Now that we've had a chance to play with the iPhone 6s, here's a quick rundown of how to use its best new features.
Confused about 4K video on the iPhone? You've come to the right place.
This new setting is meant to help your connectivity, but it could cost you money.
Your new iPhone is is finally here. Here are some essential steps to take first so you can get the most out of your new device.
You can adjust how hard or how light you need to press on the iPhone's screen to use this feature.
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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.
Glenn Fleishman takes over Macworld's helpline and finds that sometimes you need a solid SMC reset.
Oh, the joys of typing on a little touchscreen keyboard! From how to turn on “caps lock” to a simple shortcut to the exclamation mark, these tips will make it easier.
A reader wonders about the relationship between his new iPhone, his old one, and Apple's stores. Chris Breen sets him straight.
Deleting hundred of images on your iPhone by tapping individual pictures is tedious. Chris Breen offers a couple of techniques for doing the job quickly.
"The best camera is the one you have with you" is glib, but how true is it when you've taken a truly terrible picture? Follow our tips to get better holiday images from your iPhone.