Don't-Miss iPad Stories
Siri sounds nice enough, but if you prefer your virtual phone assistant sound like a man, you have that option.
Wondering which apps the cool kids in your part of town are using? iOS 7 will tell you.
Change on simple setting, and your apps will never be out of date again.
Some swear by Apple's extended warranty plan, AppleCare. Others just swear when talking about it. So it is worth the money or not?
Why pay someone to fix your broken iPad screen when you can just do it yourself? (Because it might be hard and not work well, but that's another story.)
Want to bring your Apple stuff with when you visit another country? Macworld associate editor Serenity Caldwell shows you how to minimize the ensuing aggravation.
Before you hand your iOS device over to your kids, you may want to make sure you've locked down certain features.
Your Aunt Vilma has written, asking why she should buy an iPad. If she's anything like Chris Breen's Aunt Vilma, these six reasons might influence her decision.
Don't let your information accidentally get erased. It's easy to back up to iCloud and to iTunes; here's a short video primer to help you do so.
Before handing over your iPad to a kid, it's best to do some parental preparation. In this Macworld Video, Scholle Sawyer McFarland offers some tips.
Syncing an iPhone to a Mac is simple. Syncing an Android phone may not be quite as easy, but it isn't hard. Here's how to do it.
You may think you know most of what there is to know about iPhoto's mobile version, but the more obscure capabilities make your pictures pop.
Chris Breen suggests committing an act of violence against a first-generation iPad that's lost all sense of color.
What to do with your old tech gear when it no longer works? Recycle it. We show you how and where to be responsible with outdated stuff.