Don't-Miss iPad Stories
The iTunes Guy answers questions about tagging basics, removing artwork, adding large descriptions in tags, and more.
A reader has a warm iPad. Is he alone? No. Is it something to worry about? Probably not.
Congratulations, you've just gotten a new iPad. Let Macworld help you set it up, transfer data from your old device, and get you on your way.
The iTunes Guy answers questions about gaps between songs, copying playlists on a USB stick, combining multiple playlists into one, and more.
The iTunes Guy answers questions about moving your iTunes library, opening multiple iTunes windows simultaneously, finding tracks in playlists, and more.
Kirk McElhearn kicks off our new Ask the iTunes Guy column by addressing some of your questions about iTunes Match.
We're introducing a new column on Macworld.com to address reader questions about iTunes and related topics. Answering those questions will be senior contributor Kirk McElhearn, author of the recently updated Take Control of iTunes 10: The FAQ.
The new iMessage feature, introduced with iOS 5, is good out of the box. But with a few quick tips, you can make the iOS device messaging capability even better.
Still have some holiday shopping to do? Don’t delay -- online ordering deadlines are quickly approaching if you want your gifts delivered before 2012.
Which iPod (or iPhone or iPad) is right for you or the target of your holiday generosity? We run down your options.
Is AppleCare worth paying for the extra coverage? What exactly does AppleCare cover, and how does it work? Here's a guide to AppleCare, to help you decide if you should buy this extended warranty with your next Mac.
The iPad, unlike the Mac, is designed as a single-user device. It's still possible, however, to effectively share the device among different family members. Here's how to customize iPad restrictions, and more.