Apple may have made a change, but you’re not sunk yet.
Apple has deleted the Internet Radio list, but still plays streams.
If you’re not ready, you may not want the reminder.
You can delete items you don’t want to keep or that you want to remove from taking up storage.
They won’t work, but you can choose to leave them in place.
The trick is using the Referenced File feature, which is a preference you can toggle at will inside the app.
iTunes is dead. But the severed parts remain if you know where to find them.
Time Machine typically creates a disk image you can mount to access files.
Apple discontinued updates to iPhoto years ago, but not everyone migrated to Photos. Now you almost have to.
Some folks don’t want to the recurring cost of iCloud. They can go local.
Fast user switching keeps users logged in and their activities running even though they’re not frontmost, including sync.
A change in philosophy has removed an off switch.
Refreshed editing tools finally make on-device editing within the Photos app a pleasure instead of a slog.
Apple added a way to capture details outside your frame camera preview to aid in adjusting a picture after you snap the virtual shutter.
Time Machine requires that the drive be in a certain format.