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Freezes and crashes are generic iPhone problems that can occur in any iPhone software, from Safari to Maps. In this excerpt from Take Control of Your iPhone, Ted Landau explains how to recover from freezes and crashes and how to avoid them in the first place.
Is your Apple TV not showing up in iTunes? Are you getting error messages when you attempt to sync your Apple TV? Ted Landau covers these troubles in the latest installment of Bugs & Fixes.
In April 2007, Apple and England’s EMI record label held a joint press conference to announce that individual tracks from EMI would be available at the iTunes Store in two forms—the current 99-cent copy-protected form and a new $1.29 unprotected form, to be known as iTunes Plus.
Rob Griffiths offers his monthly commentary on ways to liven up Numbers spreadsheets, try Dictionary widget tricks, see everything in iTunes, view photo books on screen, automatically update podcasts and more.
Our November 2007 Playlist column offered insight into some of iTunes’ more confusing tags. Here are two other tags that you may want some help with.
In this month’s edition, Rob Griffiths shows how to check for unsaved changes, shortcuts for saving, uncover Safari’s Activity window, bookmark all tabs, export multiple contacts and change playlists’ default columns.
Christopher Breen answers your questions about how to transfer from VHS to DVD, shift audio pitch and speed, create the endless DVD and TiVo transfers.
Rob Griffiths offers tips on ways to cancel the shut down command, change which application opens a file, zip through podcast lists, edit smart playlists and more.
Harness the powers of drag-and-drop disk-image creation. Change the visible hours in an iCal calendar within nothing more than a mouse's scroll wheel. Or turn your Mac into a musical alarm clock. Kirk McElhearn joins Rob Griffiths to dole out this month's OS X how-tos.
Solutions to your most vexing Mac problems
Senior Editor Rob Griffiths offers tips on how to select columns in Preview PDFs, scroll through Stickies, create extrasmart iTunes playlists and unlimited lists. All this plus the Unix tip of the month.
Apple has made it pretty easy to sync an iPod with a computer, but what happens when things get a bit more complicated? If you have more music players or more computers than you know how to deal with, the following tips and tools can help.
This month Chris Breen deals with slicker slide shows, Preview MIA, protecting archives, iPod safety net, disk utility tricks and fax facts.