Have an old Time Capsule? Replace it before its storage device fails on you.
What if you know a file exists, and no amount of searching and browsing discovers it? It’s time to use the Terminal.
Apple's 2FA doesn't use GPS, which results in locations that aren't exactly where you are.
There are a couple of ways you can unmix a set of pictures in Apple’s Photos app.
A new warning in both iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 Mojave alerts you when you use a password with two or more sites or apps.
The latest release lets you use the QuickType bar to pass over passwords from iOS to tvOS.
A Macworld reader found a solution that helps folks who invested in an Apple Cinema Display.
A reader wants to shift their Photos library to an external drive, but received an unexpected error message.
It may seem like something hacked your iOS device, but the explanation can often be simpler. It may have something to do with other software you’re using from a developer.
If you want to always keep iCloud Drives files available on your Mac, uncheck a box.
A popular password safe sometimes disconnects from its vault.
You can control its three outlets and two USB ports independently, but its app has weak timer features and no scene-control functions.
If you want to consolidate old iPhoto and Aperture libraries, you need a third-party app to deal with the duplicates.
Transferring files between two iOS devices—without using a third computer—is a little tricky
You could wind up with data stored only in iCloud, offering a single point of failure.