An iPod shuffle is a handy wee device for playing music, books or podcasts through earbuds, headphones or speakers. It’s really simple to use. And did you know it can announce the name of the track or playlist you’re listening to?
Wallace Wang’s book My New Mac, Lion Edition is an ideal gift for someone who has a new Mac with Lion and who needs a friendly guide to how to use it. It’s written for those new to computers, new to Lion or new to the Mac itself.
Is your iTunes music collection in disarray? Nicki Gemmell reviews Tagalicious, an app that can help.
Movies, apps, music — if you get it from iTunes, then there’s a record of it in your Account. Here’s how to find out where all that ‘stuff’ came from, and how much it cost you.
If you’ve recorded a quick movie using QuickTime Player 10 it’s easy to upload it to MobileMe, YouTube or save it to iTunes. This Tip explains all.
In trading off size of a sound file against quality, Apple Lossless Encoder offers a good compromise. Bjornar Kibsgaard of All About Apple Laptops explains how to use it when importing CDs.