Tom covers all Apple devices: Macs, iPods, iPhones, iPads, and, of course, the Apple Watch, and the included software.
Learn all about managing your photos, either with the new iCloud Photo service from Apple or with iPhoto (depending on your system). Learn ways of sharing pictures of your kids without including the location and time/date information, without disabling the feature entirely.
Backing up your Mac is crucial—and copying a few files to a flash drive for “safe keeping” doesn’t count. In fact, anything that requires your involvement is the least safe strategy. Learn about the various ways of backing up your photos, documents, home movies, and all the important data on your Mac.
Wondering what exactly “the cloud” is? Confused by whether you’re using it or not? It’s about as vague as a cloud is amorphous. Learn what “the cloud” really is, how you can use it, and most importantly, how it can work for you!
Passwords: everyone’s second worst nightmare, behind only being hacked. The Mac does store some passwords, but there are more flexible and capable “password managers” out there. There are other ways to stay safe, as well—it’s always a good time to do a security audit!