With Series 3, the Apple Watch gained a big step towards autonomy. But like the iPhone and iPad before iOS 5, it’s still tethered to another device.
I’m not sure how long this has been the case (maybe iOS 8?), but I stumbled across iTunes Extras for Guardians of the Galaxy on my iPhone.
It can be tough to find app icons for blog posts and other uses. But a simple iTunes trick and your favorite image editor makes it easy.
Finally, a way to take all those iTunes Store music album booklets mobile.
iTunes used to download both the SD and HD versions of purchased films. If you don’t need those SD copies, deleting them could save some space.
I wrote a few tips for Chris Seibold‘s book, Mac Hacks: Tips & Tools for unlocking the power of OS X, and he gave me the green light to publish this one. If you: keep your […]
iTunes 11 added a new “Home Videos” category to help you separate out home movies from films and other video content purchased from iTunes Store. This is handy if you want to organize, well, home […]
If you plug your iPhone or iPad into iTunes and mouse over the colored storage bar at the bottom of the device details page, you’ll see more information about what and how much stuff is […]
If you start dragging a song or album in iTunes 11’s new album view, a panel containing all your playlists and devices quickly slides in from the right. Drop your item where it needs to […]
If your Mac has a retina display, iTunes 11’s Up Next icon is a numbered list. If your Mac is non-retina, the list is simply bulleted. [Thanks to John Gruber for the non-retina image]