Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.
iCloud is Apple's cloud service that keeps your important data in one place, allowing you to sync across multiple devices. Here's everything you need to know.
If you don't want to experience data loss, be sure to back up your iPhone and iPad regularly. This is especially important before purchasing a new device.
Handoff makes transferring your tunes between your iPhone and HomePod just a tap away. Here's how to keep the tunes flowing between your devices.
Shortcuts can be a powerful tool for getting things done on your iPhone or iPad, but it can seem intimidating at first. Don't worry, we're here to help you get started!
Time Machine is a free app built-in to your Mac that lets you create backups of your data. Here's how to use it.
Apple has made changes to iOS that makes unlocking an iPhone with Face ID easier while you’re wearing a face mask.
Your iPhone and iPad's equalizer setting can help make certain genres of music shine - here's how to use it.
In iOS 14 and newer, translation is built into Safari, so here's how to use this useful feature.
Looking to set up Apple Music with your family? Here's what you need to know about setting it up.
Taking screenshots on your iPad is incredibly easy once you learn how to do it, here's how.
The Notes app that is built in to your iPhone is great for storing snippets of text or quick sketches, and you can use it with iCloud, Gmail, or Exchange. Here's how to get it set up.
USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 may use the same port, but there are a number of key differences that can make using either a little confusing
Apple has released iPadOS 16.1 to the public, bringing with it the usual bug fixes and security updates.
With iMessage, you can send all kinds of messages to all kinds of people. It lets you send text, photo, video, and a whole lot more! Here's how to get started with it on your iPhone or iPad.
Are you looking for a way to elevate the audio experience for your movie nights? Then you need one of the best A/V receivers for your Apple TV 4K.
Apple's options for additional RAM on the iMac are super expensive. Save a little (a lot) of money by getting third-party RAM and doing it yourself.