Don't-Miss iPhone Stories
It took two years for the iPhone to get copy and paste support. But the feature's a bit less intuitive than other elements of iOS. Lex Friedman shows you how to put copying, pasting, and text editing to use.
FileVault 2 not onlyencrypts your Mac’s internal drive, but it can also encrypt external drives. Interested in securing your data? We’ll take you through the steps here.
You can change the volume of your locked iPhone with a simple trick.
As you acquire more and more music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, apps, and books, it becomes increasingly difficult -- or, more likely, impossible -- to fit your entire iTunes library on your iPod, iPhone, or iPad. Kirk McElhearn offers some advice on how to deal with the data-storage disparity.
The challenge: You want to set an alarm is loud enough to wake you the next morning, but you don't want it to go off right now. How to set it without sound? A Hints reader has a trick.
While waiting for Apple to fix the Jailbreakme.com 3.0 vulnerability, follow these four basic practices to avoid being bitten by malware.
Rearranging apps or creating folders on your iPhone or iPad can be a drag. It's far easier to do so in iTunes on your Mac then sync. Here's a little trick that makes it even easier.
Getting ready for the holiday weekend? Whether you're on a cruise ship or at a coffee shop, public Wi-Fi networks can leave your Mac's data vulnerable. Lex Friedman offers a few tips for keeping your data safe.
We first got folders way back with iOS 4. So if you haven't mastered them yet, now is as good a time as any. Lex Friedman walks you through the finer points of creating and organizing folders on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
Now that Apple sells unlocked iPhones in the U.S., you can use an iPhone 4 on T-Mobile's network. Here's how.
With smartphone service providers phasing out unlimited data plans, users have to be vigilant about checking their bandwidth usage. CIO's Bill Snyder has a few tips.
Chris Breen brings a little clarity to the subject of sharing a wired connection with an iOS device.
Whether you're hitting the road for business or pleasure, these tips can make traveling with your Apple gear much more fun.