Don't-Miss iPhone Stories
John C. Welch rounds up the iPhone apps and services that make his IT job go a lot smoother.
Are the birthdays of your well-seasoned friends and relatives refusing to sync with your iPhone? Here's why and how to work around it.
Learn how a matter of time may prevent Back to my Mac from working.
Learn how to access all of Exposé's modes via the F3 key on new keyboards (laptops and standalone)
Is your laptop lagging? Notebook not its usual self? Ted Landau has some suggestions for solving the most common problems with portable Macs.
Learn how to free up a bit of drive space by deleting unneeded iPod and iPhone software updaters.
Some iWork ’09 documents may not display correctly on your iPhone, even causing the device to crash. Until a permanent fix comes out, Ted Landau shares the recommended work-around.
Learn how to find out additional details about your iPhone, Apple TV, and iPod touch in iTunes’ Summary screen.
Ted Landau thought the white spot on his iPhone 3G screen was the result of a dead pixel issue. But an Apple Store genius helped him discover the actual problem—as well as a fix.
Sometimes you don’t have an Internet connection. But you can still check e-mail and browse the Web. Joe Kissell explains how.
Ted Landau wonders if he can convert TiVo files into an iPhone format. He can, but not without a good deal of time and hassle.
When testing a new way to share files via your MobileMe disk, Ted Landau discovers a bug that prevents some files downloaded from Apple's online service from opening properly.
Reports of the first crop of iLife ’09 bugs are circulating. Ted Landau focuses on two: getting GarageBand lessons to play and iPhoto ’09’s refusal to open your library.
Out of the blue, Jonathan Seff finds himself using his iPhone as a tech-support device.
Smart playlists in iTunes can help you tame your library. Kirk McElhearn shows you some useful ones.