Not going to use that app anymore? Here's how to get rid of it and clear up some storage space.
You have an iPhone, but which particular iPhone do you have? Your model identifier numbers will tell you.
If you use iTunes for backing up your iPhone or iPad, those backups add up and occupy your Mac's storage device.
Apple makes it easy to transfer a user’s account and data from Mac to Mac. Here’s how.
Not all automatic backup methods use the same frequency. Here are the advantages and disadvantages of file sync services, local backups, and internet-based services.
You can move a non-Apple-provided email address from one Apple ID account to another with a little effort.
You can set macOS to use your photos as a screensaver that rotates through an album.
If you have a backup that’s old enough, you can use Time Machine to restore photos that you’ve deleted in the Photos app.
Trying to snag every Activity badge? Here's a full list of every achievement and what you need to do to get it.
It’s a little presumptuous of Apple to make a folder that organizes selfies and which cannot be disabled nor controlled.
Using sync software can take the tedium out of backup up your Mac’s Photos Library.
Google is rolling out new settings in Chrome and other browsers that make it easier to manage and delete your search history. Here's how to find them.
Time Machine lets you have multiple active backup volumes at once.
Diagnosing an oddball scenario in which you can’t enable FileVault requires more information than macOS provides.
Apple’s privacy website also now lets you get a copy of the data that Apple collects about you. Here’s how to get yours now.