Don't-Miss iPods Stories
Autofilling an iPod needn't delete all the content on it. Here's how to keep the media you want and autofill the rest.
The iPhone 3.0 software's Remote Wipe feature adds a measure of security, but it's not foolproof, and how long it takes depends on the device.
Ted Landua has noticed an iPhone 3.0 bug where Spotlight searches turn up long-deleted e-mails. Here are the details.
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You have a large iTunes library and an iPod that can't hold it all? Here are tips for shoe-horning the best stuff on to your portable media player.
The new iPhone software adds enhanced search tools. Dan Frakes shows you how iPhone 3.0 makes it easier to find information and content on your mobile device.
You've created a video playlist yet your iPhone fails to respect it. Here are a couple of techniques for ganging together videos within iPhone playlists.
Whether you use your iPod or iPhone for entertainment, communication, or to amplify your cool quotient, all models share one thing in common: they can function as portable storage devices.
The iPod and iPhone have the power to put you to sleep and wake you up. We explore both options.
Learn how to free up a bit of drive space by deleting unneeded iPod and iPhone software updaters.
Learn how to find out additional details about your iPhone, Apple TV, and iPod touch in iTunes’ Summary screen.
iTunes' Sound Check feature can help you standardize volume across different tracks.
Smart playlists in iTunes can help you tame your library. Kirk McElhearn shows you some useful ones.
Using OS X's Shared user folder, you can shared one iTunes library with multiple users on one Mac.
Ted Landau looks at a reported bug with the iPhone 2.2 software update in which some images received e-mail attachments appear blurry or fuzzy.