Simple ways to banish grunge, dirt, and dust bunnies from your computer and peripherals.
It’s an odd change that breaks with many years of tradition.
You can click a couple of times to reduce the friction in Apple’s two-factor authentication system.
If you’re stuck at home and stressing out about the coronavirus crisis, these soothing Spotify playlists can help lower your blood pressure.
You can use Alexa on your Amazon Echo to make calls without a mobile number or landline? Here's how.
Trying to snag every Activity badge? Here's a full list of every achievement and what you need to do to get it.
Many parents deployed their own Apple ID when they first started letting their children use mobile devices. When the kids are ready for their own Apple ID, its possible that saved game data could be lost.
Numbers has the ability to open Excel files so you can work on them. You can also export spreadsheets in Numbers so that they are compatible with Excel.
If you're experiencing weird glitches with your Mac, this troubleshooting step may help.
Apple greatly improved the experience of using a Bluetooth mouse with iPadOS and iOS 13.4—less so with a wired one. We've updated our guide with the changes.
If you’re having to adjust to remote work for coronavirus precautions, hooking up a second monitor to your Mac is one of the best ways to go about it.
You can now use a trackpad and Mac-like gestures with iPadOS, and you don't even have to buy Apple's pricey Smart Keyboard case to do it.
Unfortunately, you can’t selectively disable autocompletion.
Learn about the tools, techniques, and behaviors that can help you work more efficiently on your Mac or iPad from home.