Apple has released a slew of updates for all of its non-Mac devices, adding the long-promised AirPlay 2 and Messages in iCloud.
Apple has added some surprise features to iOS 9 late in its product cycle to help you sleep better, guard your notes, and more. We give you a walkthrough of what’s new.
Have questions about OS X 10.11 El Capitan? We’ve got answers! And if you come up with more questions, ask them in the comments, and we’ll do our best to update the article with what you need to know.
Have iOS 9 questions? We’ve got answers! And if you come up with more questions, ask them in the comments, and we’ll do our best to update the article with what you need to know.
We have more Apple Music tips to share: how to create and share playlists, sorting out Apple Music tracks from the rest of your collection, catching up on Beats 1 shows, using Apple Music songs for alarms, and playing sound effects with Siri.
Some publications are singling out the new 12-inch MacBook’s single USB-C port as a major security risk. But the risks, which aren’t even new, are being overstated.
After the TidBITS staff shared their Apple wishes for 2015, our readers wrote in with a few more excellent ideas.
As the new year dawns, we have some ideas about where we’d like to see Apple devote its attention in 2015.
Complaints are inevitable with any new release of OS X, and Yosemite has garnered its fair share. Here are a few solutions and workarounds for problems we’ve experienced or seen reported.
Have iOS 8 questions? We’ve got answers! And if you have more questions yet, ask them in the comments, and we’ll do our best to update the article with what you need to know.
In a wide-ranging keynote address at its Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple showed off the next versions of iOS and OS X to thousands of developers. You can watch for yourself, or read our summary of the key changes.
Without further ado, here’s the concluding set of products we stumbled across at Macworld/iWorld that we just had to share with you.
One of the best parts of walking the show floor at Macworld/iWorld every year in San Francisco is stumbling across the products that raise the pulse of the cynical tech writer. “Oh, that’s cool,” we think, “People will really like that!” Read on for the first installment of our roundup of the products that caught our attention.
Macworld/iWorld doesn’t occupy two vast Moscone halls as it did in years past, but the expo floor did play temporary home to hundreds of vendors. Here the TidBITS staff continues to report on what caught their attention at the show.
Apple gives out very few pre-release iPhones for tech writers to review. The first batch of such reviews of the iPhone 5 dig deeper than Apple’s effusive marketing.