After decades of regular airings, it appears that "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" won't be on broadcast television — but this and every "Charlie Brown" annual viewing tradition can continue. Here's how just about anybody can watch, for free, using Apple TV+ and a browser.
Despite long being abandoned by Apple, it's still possible to launch — and run — apps without 64-bit support like Aperture and older versions of iTunes on both macOS Big Sur and Catalina. Here's how to do it.
The main selling point of the iPhone 12 is 5G wireless connectivity, but there are many aspects to that network. Here's how to figure which network you're connected to, whether it's sub-6GHz, mmWave — or something else.
Trading in last year's iPhone is a good way to save some money on a new one. Here's everything you need to know to trade it in to Apple or somewhere else, and some vital steps you need to take beforehand to get your iPhone ready.
It's one thing to read the dimensions of a new iPhone, but it's quite another to see them side by side. Here's a guide to the sizes of all the current iPhones — plus the original iPhone SE for reference.
The updates to Siri in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 extends far beyond its refreshed interface, with users now able to send audio messages and ask more of the iPhone's virtual assistant. Here's how to take advantage of Siri's new functions.
Whether it's your pick of the best bookshops in town, or a travel website's recommendations for 10 restaurants you must visit, Guides in Apple Maps is remarkably useful — if oddly cumbersome to get used to.
With watchOS 7, your Apple Watch can automatically change which face it shows, swapping you from an evening wear one, to a complications-laden work face, depending on the time of day — or where you happen to be.
Apple gave Siri a new look in iOS 14, but while the virtual assistant has gone through a visual refresh, it is both still very familiar to use, as well as introducing a bunch of new features. Here's how to use your iPhone's digital personality.
Cyclists using Apple Maps in iOS 14 can take advantage of new bike-friendly options to make their commute or journey a little bit easier. Here's how to use the new Maps features to avoid hills on your route.
With the release of watchOS 7, this is a perfect opportunity for Apple Watch owners to do some spring cleaning and to curate the watch faces they have on their wearable devices. Here's how to add the new watch faces to your Apple Watch, as well as to remove unwanted watch faces.
If you can't find the Apple Watch face of your dreams, you can always modify what's available to fit your needs. Here's how to personalize a watch face in watchOS 7 to use the color scheme and the complications you want.
Sometimes, you don't need to see an entire screen full of app icons, or you need an app installed, but don't need to tap it often. Here's how to easily store all your apps in the App Library in iOS 14.
It's not the fanciest or the most elaborate improvement that's come with iOS 14, but it could be the one you use most often. Apple has added one-touch enhancements to all your audio recordings done in Voice Memos.