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.
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.
You don't get much free iCloud storage, so make the most of your space by deleting old iPhone and Mac backups.
Selling or passing on your old iPhone to someone else? Make sure you wipe all the data off first, here's how.
How to transfer data from your old iPad to your new one. Your new device will be up and running in no time at all!
Is your Photos library getting too unwieldy for your Mac’s hard drive? Consider moving it to an external drive.
If your Mac crashes and you lose it all, you can restore it back to its current state thanks to backups. Here's how to do so.
If you've ever accidentally deleted a project or damaged a hard drive, you know how difficult it can be to get that data back. Disk Drill is here to help.
Do you have an excessive amount of backups taking up space on your MacBook? Don't worry, it's supposed to be there.
The Apple TV may not have the traditional backup method you're used to, but it's still possible to keep your Apple TV content safe and in sync. Here's how.
If you're iPhone or iPad is running slow, network settings are messed up, or something is just wrong with your device, you can fix it by restoring from a backup!
How do you back up your Mac locally and off-site or online so all your important photos and files stay safe and sound? Like this!
"Oh no, I messed up! I want to go back to a previous version of my document. What do I do?" It's all about reversion, my friend.
How do you back up your iTunes Library and make sure your music is safe and sound? We have the answer for you right here!
If you're running out of room on your iPhone or iPad, the cloud may be the best place to store you files, videos, photos, and more. Check out our favorite cloud storage apps!
Backing up your Apple Watch data can be a little confusing. But don't worry, we're here to help.
If you use Time Machine to back up your Mac and something goes wrong with your external hard drive, you can still recover data with local snapshots!
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