Another iOS update, another round of bugs. This time, a recent update to iOS 8 deleted ringtones and alert tones. I explain how to get them back. I also look at using multiple Apple IDs in the iTunes Store and App Store, discuss not being able to block iTunes Radio, and look at a question about moving an iTunes library to a new Mac while retaining metadata.
Oh crap--it's less than a week until Christmas. Seriously, when did that happen? I barely registered it was getting so late in December until the holiday cards started showing up in my mailbox. I love getting cards (especially photo cards), but the thought of sitting down and doing a mass mailing so the cards arrive before December 25 stresses me right out.
All your pricey electronics are juicy targets for hackers and sticky-fingered thieves. Here's how to reduce your risks while traveling.
Lightroom's Print module makes it easy to design gorgeous print templates, but adding custom text to a print layout is tricky. Oddly enough, Lightroom's Identity Plate feature is the easiest way to get it done, though formatting text can be challenging. In this column you'll learn how to create a new identity plate for use in a print layout, how to create a multi-line identity plate, and how to design your own plate in image editing software.
It's that time of year again--a time to let your loved ones know that you care. While this can be done with a tasteful gift or card, why not engage some of your Mac's power to make something really special. And by that I mean a holiday slideshow. Let's give it a go.
Your Xbox One can be the brains of your TV for everything from satellite TV to gaming.
You're not a spammer. You're someone who needs to communicate with a large list of clients or subscribers. Plenty of services promise to simplify bulk emails for your email marketing campaign, but the best solution might be a tool you're already using every day.
Want to try a new way of video chat without the pain of downloading an app or signing up for an account? Try webRTC.
Reader Graham Lee's iPhone is making its presence a little too well known. He writes:
It's not something you'd do every day, like making and deleting file folders, but it can be helpful. Here's why.