"The system was unable to unlock your keychain" may be an error message users could encounter when starting their Mac from the Mac OS X 10.6 Install disk after changing their keychain or user password. Options to proceed are to "Continue log in", "Create New Keychain", or to "Update Keychain Password". We take a closer look at these options so you know what to do if you encounter this issue.… Read more
iTunes requires shared folders to authorize any purchases you make from the iTunes Music Store. Should this folder be moved or deleted, or have the permissions changed, users could experience several issues with authorization.… Read more
One thing we always try to tell our readers is that keeping your software up-to-date is not only the safer route, but often gives you more features and fixes to make your software even better. Through the hard work of many people here at CNET, we now have a way to do it for you. The TechTracker app for Mac (beta) scans the software on your hard-drive and then checks our database to see if you have the latest version. From there you can review your available updates to determine which you want to download. To help you, we've … Read more
Recipients of mail messages with inline attachments sent via the Mail application over Exchange servers may see their messages in garbled language or split over several attachments. The issue appears to be related to how Mail interacts with Exchange regarding the body of messages.… Read more
Originally published by David Martin at iPhone Atlas
Prior to the release of iTunes 9 (Windows | Mac), arranging pages apps directly on your iPhone or iPod Touch was tedious and unpleasant. So when Apple touted app arranging as a new in iTunes feature this week we got very excited. We've spent the last three days with iTunes 9 and the new app arranging feature. While we're satisfied with it there is one bug that made it less than perfect. Luckily, we have a workaround.
Who says you can't use the Zune HD with a Mac? Well, I did, for one...but contrary to popular belief I sometimes actually enjoy admitting when I'm wrong. As a Mac user with a penchant for non-iPod MP3 players, I often feel left out in the cold, especially when I see shiny new devices like the HD. Sure, I could always use Boot Camp, but I prefer not to clutter up my pretty Mac with Windows XP, thankyouverymuch. Plus, dual booting isn't exactly a seamless experience.