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.
You usually take your device to your local Apple Store to get it fixed, but COVID-19 has them all closed. What now?
An Apple adapter and the proper Thunderbolt dock let your Mac to handle any generation Thunderbolt device, including bus-power-only peripherals.
iOS and iPadOS may relaunch force-quit apps that are approved for always tracking your location.
A bug in tracking the state of photos and videos can mess up your smart albums.
Apple TV apps, just like those in iOS and iPadOS, retain registration information about the initial downloader.
Our data is vulnerable to hardware failure and lapses in trust. Here are a few things you can do to protect yourself.
Don't be befuddled by the alphabet soup of acronyms, spec charts, and feature lists you'll encounter when shopping for a new TV. This guide series explains it all in plain language.
It’s just a matter of drag and drop—and available storage.
The Wi-Fi on/off switch is the key, rather than the more convenient Control Center button.