Tim is Mac and iOS editor for MakeUseOf and can currently be found living in Melbourne, Australia. You can find him on Twitter at @timbrookes.
iPhone and iPad
Want to try out the pricey new MacBook’s Touch Bar for free? There’s an app (or two) for that.
Bogus invitations showing up on your iPhone? There’s a right and a wrong way to deal with calendar spam.
iPhone and iPad
Set location-based alerts using the iOS Reminders app and never forget to buy bread or pick up a package ever again.
Whether you’re using the Photos app or Apple’s older iPhoto, it’s easy to share your slideshows with friends, family or colleagues.
Your Mac can resize images for you using built-in software, free of charge!
Whether you want to selectively delete a few records or indiscriminately nuke the whole lot, this is how you do it.
Don’t get stuck watching video or playing games on the small screen, your iPhone or iPad can also be used with larger displays.
It’s really easy to save the macOS installer to avoid multiple downloads, and worth doing even if you only have the one Mac.
Adobe Illustrator might be the gold standard when it comes to vector software for the Mac, but you don’t always have to spend a fortune on design software.
The best video editors for macOS cost a lot of money, but what if your budget is $0?
If you’ve got some words to be processing on your iPad, we’ve got the apps to help you do it.
This year’s iPhone 7 models break with convention. For the first time ever Apple has opted for the same general design three years in a row, while introducing some divisive, but long-overdue features.