Running out of space on an iPhone seems to happen to more people lately, especially on 16 GB devices. Photos are a likely culprit. Here are some solutions.
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Tips, Tricks, How To Galleries, Reviews and News for all things Apple including iPad, iPhone and Mac.
While Apple seems to fall short in the cloud services area, it does offer its iCloud service for PC users, and here’s a look at using it on Windows 10.
You can cancel your Apple Music subscription a couple of ways. Either via your iOS device or iTunes on your Mac or PC. Here we take a look at doing both.
How accurate is the heart rate monitor on Apple Watch? I did a few tests to compare the Apple Watch to other devices, and it did surprisingly well.
Apple today held is September event and announced a lot including new phones, an iPad Pro, Apple Watches, a new Apple TV, and a lot more. Here’s a look.
Amazon this week made waves by being the first subscription-based streaming service to make its content available for offline viewing on Android and iOS.
An Apple Watch is elegant in design, so to many people a protector seems repugnant. There are good reasons to get one, and here’s a look at some options.
Microsoft just announced Outlook, Wunderlist, Yammer, and Translator for the Apple Watch. As well as apps for its services on Android Wear devices.
Microsoft just released its first update to its new Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac client. Here’s a look at what you can expect from the updates.
After a three year hiatus, Apple is back with an updated iPod lineup. Read all about the freshly-announced Touch, Nano and Shuffle right here.
Office 2016 for Mac was released today for O365 Subscribers. Let’s review what it includes and how to get it installed.
From my recent experiences with my new Apple Watch, I learned some key things to do right before and right after getting your shiny new toy.
Today Microsoft released an update to Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac Preview. Version 15.11.1 is the second update for the month. Here’s the details.
Yosemite and iOS 8 allow you to provide remote support on the device, but if you have a PC or older Mac or version of iOS, we have a solution for that too.