Don't-Miss Cloud & Services Stories
A reader wants to reduce her iCloud Photo Library size as she's run out of her purchased storage. There's a workaround.
If you have iTunes syncing enable and switch to iCloud Photo Library, Apple warns you it's deleting your media.
A reader’s family shares a single account, but wants to separate out messages. They can’t.
A reader’s employee mysteriously used 84GB in about 12 hours, including overnight. Media Services is to blame.
Apple doesn't provide an acknowledgement loop for email attachments sent by Mail Drop, and you can't "remove" files from Mail Drop either.
A few readers find even with iCloud Photo Library enabled, an iTunes backup of an iPhone or iPad still includes all locally stored photos.
Got questions about iTunes? Kirk McElhearn has answers.
Watchman Monitoring offers excellent options for consultants, enterprise and education IT managers to track and proactively monitor the computer assets they’re responsible for.
Surprisingly, photo rotation is a complicated issue for software to handle.
How Apple's music services all work is a little confusing, but in no way is the company interested in getting rid of your music library.
My mother-in-law's phone balked at backing up. But she has nearly nothing on it. The trouble? An accidental video.
The sync service puts photos everywhere—or nowhere at all.
A reader would like to have the benefit of optimized thumbnail storage, but also grab high-res versions when needed.
A reader would like to transfer images to an iPad while on the road, then sync with iCloud Photo Library and free up storage in iOS.
Need to transfer files from one Mac to another? There are many way to do it.