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Apple moved MobileMe Calendar out of beta last week, but after working with the software, Ted Landau thinks that might have been premature. He shares some tips from Apple before detailing his own experience with cloud-based calendaring.
When you think of Apple’s most intriguing applications, it’s unlikely Address Book springs to mind. But thanks to its close ties to Apple’s Mail and iCal as well as your iOS devices, it’s actually one of the applications you use the most. These tips will help you be more productive.
The days when sharing a printer over a network required strange voodoo rituals are largely over, but today's heterogeneous configurations that include Windows, OS X and mobile devices pose a challenge of their own.
Why is it so hard to make Outlook calendars and contacts sync with an iPhone? CIO.com's Bill Snyder finds a workaround using Google Calendar and shares his tips.
You have multiple Apple media players. What are the best video-encoding settings to use? Tune in.
Quitting iOS apps in order to fix buggy behavior seems like a bit of a hack, but it's a hack recommended by Apple itself.
As more iPhones go to work, IT shops have more options to handle them. Computerworld's Ryan Faas takes an in-depth look at those options.
Syncing your calendar and contact data across your Mac and iOS devices using MobileMe can come in handy, but not when your contacts disappear. Ted Landau looks at potential options for getting those contacts back where they belong.
Renting movies from the iTunes Store can be pretty simple if you don't want to do anything special, though you'll have to jump through some hoops if you want to move rented movies.
The steps for syncing notes between Mail, MobileMe, and an iOS device.
There are a number of popular iPhone photo-editing apps that have been released for the iPad. These apps will give you plenty of ways to edit, tweak, and stylize your photos directly on the iPad.
You say you can't impose the Never auto-lock setting? Scrutinize your Exchange account.
Lex Friedman wasn't worried about an issue with black email messages affecting some iOS 4 users, until it affected his mom. Now, he's figured out a potential fix.
iPhone updates are not a slender as they once were. If you have a slow Internet connection, they aren't something you want to download twice. And you don't have to.
When a new iOS update arrives, expect to run into a few head-scratching problems. Not to worry -- Ted Landau is on the case with seven tips that provide answers to several of the questions you may be asking.