Here's how to make sure your pictures are removed from iCloud Photo Library
A reader is confronted with Activation Lock.
If you use Wi-Fi hotspots, your Mac may try to reconnect to a service when you don't need it to. Here's how to stop that from happening.
Your questions about APFS mounted up, and we have a pile of answers and advice.
Apple upgrades your startup drive if it’s a pure SSD, but not otherwise; you can opt in external SSDs and HDDs.
Your archive of sent messages can get pretty big. Here's a rule you can create to delete them after a certain period of time.
The High Sierra update to Photos cleans up interface messes, a welcome array of changes and enhancements.
When you get a login alert using Apple's 2FA, sometimes the location shown is nowhere near you.
A reader wonders about thumb drives, but all drives will still mount.
Two-step is now going away, replaced by two-factor authentication. And you don't have to do anything about it except pay attention.
Apps can examine text messages to tag them as ham or spam, but it raises privacy issues.
Apple IDs use an email address to identify each user. Problems can occur when you can't access that email address anymore.
Offsite and cloud-based encrypted backups will improve your peace and mind plus chances of recovery.
Spam emails can be controlled if you follow these tips. You'll soon have an inbox with the clutter under control.
A seemingly trivial task requires setup and many steps to use.