Editorial

Say goodbye to repairing file permissions in El Capitan

Repairing file permissions has long been a standard practice of many old-time Mac users. Debates have raged about its efficacy, but the bottom line is there's always been a way to do it in Apple's Disk Utility app, and if Apple lets you do it it, it must be okay, right? That changes with Disk Utility in El Capitan. Let's take a look.

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Hands on: Pressure-sensitive drawing with a stylus on the iPhone 6s

During my iPhone 6s testing, I came across a wonderful fact for those who like sketching with something other than their finger: Any iPhone or iPad stylus can take full advantage of 3D Touch—which means, yes, you can use Notes's pressure sensitivity (and any other drawing app's) with your favorite pen. So I did a test!

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Custom complications on watchOS 2: Explained

"Complications" is a term used to describe anything on a watch face that goes beyond telling the time. Calendar was the first Apple Watch complication that showed time keeping beyond what even a mechanical or digital watch could do. Now, with watchOS 2, Apple is letting third-party App Store apps in on the complications game with a framework called ClockKit. And in so doing, they're opening us up to something bigger and brighter—the future of the computational watch.

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10 tiny features I love about OS X El Capitan

Here are some of the coolest little features hiding away in OS X El Capitan that folks should know about.

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Get our Apple Music: The Ultimate Guide ebook!

We've put everything you need to know about Apple Music into our very first ebook, and it's available now on the iBooks Store! And as of Friday, the Amazon Kindle Store, too!

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What's changed in OS X El Capitan

OS X El Capitan may be focused on fundamentals, but there's some great stuff packed inside it, too. Here's everything that's new and changed in OS X El Capitan!

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iPhone 5s vs iPhone 6s camera shootout: Time to upgrade, iPhone 5s users

After a few hard-core days of camera tests here at iMore, I wanted to share some of our 5s comparison shots for people who may be on the fence about upgrading this year. Spoiler: The 5s is still a pretty good camera, but if you shoot selfies or lowlight photography, it's going to be pretty hard to resist the 6s.

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Comic: Use the Force Touch, Luke

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Use the Force Touch, Luke

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What's different about the iPhone 6s

I keep getting asked what's different about the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. At first I pointed people to our FAQ and then our NYC video review. But it seemed, inevitably, I'd start listing out the major changes in short, punchy, list form and that's when people got it. When they realized, beyond the shape, how much really had changed. So, for the benefit of everyone with friends, family, and classmates, and colleagues still asking, here's the short, punchy list!

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Interview — Andy Weir, author of The Martian

Long before it was a movie starring Matt Damon, The Martian was a clever self-published story written in pieces by Andy Weir. We sat sown with him recently to talk about the journey from book to movie.

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