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Monday, July 13, 2009
How I Got Two iPhone Apps Refunded

Holy Moly, Apple does return and refund iPhone apps!!

I am THE biggest stickler for value:money (ratio), and firmly believe in “You get what you pay for.” Upon recommendation, I forked over cash for Beejive –an IM application, when iPhone OS 3.0 was released; mainly for the push function. (Push is notification of new activity, even when the application is closed).

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Best SEO tricks to Help Promote Your iPhone App

Here are the best SEO tricks to promote you app website or blog because remember when you build an iphone application you must promote it and building a blog or a website dedicated to your app will help you sell a lot more and make you a lot of more money.

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iPhone tips and tricks for budget travelers

Apple announced today that it will start selling souped-up iPhones for $199 a pop on July 11. GPS will be built-in, letting you find where you are on an electronic map. (Free add-on applications, such as Loopt, use location feeds to help you find friends on the go, along with other neat tricks.) And the new iPhones will run on AT&T’s speedy “3G” (third generation) network, which ought to let you access info much faster than current iPhones.

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Wednesday, July 08, 2009
How to Stream Your Zune Tracks to Your iPhone

It’s no secret, we are big fans of Microsoft’s Zune - both the service, and the device. I’ve had a Zune Pass since the service launched, and use it daily (my Zune Pass profile.) If you aren’t sure what that is, it’s an unlimited music streaming and download service.

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Sunday, July 05, 2009
How to Calibrate Compass in iPhone 3GS

If you feel confuse about how to calibrate the iPhone 3GS compass, there is a simple way to calibrate the iPhone 3GS compass. You can move the iPhone around just like a mini car. See the video for more detail about how to calibrate the iPhone 3GS compass.

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Friday, July 03, 2009
Hack to Enable MMS on iPhone 2G running iPhone OS 3.0

The non-availability of the MMS feature for 1st generation iPhone (iPhone 2G) was probably one of the most disappointing news for iPhone 2G users that was announced at the WWDC 2009 Keynote address.

In fact, the MMS feature is not available currently to even iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS in the US. Some folks had figured out a way to enable MMS on iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS.

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Thursday, July 02, 2009
Turn on iPhone autofill

The Web browser has been kind of annoying on the iPhone, because it won’t remember what you write in forms, like Safari or IE do on computers.

Here’s how to turn on autofill in the new iPhone firmware.

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Wednesday, July 01, 2009
Get the most out of your iPhone battery

A number of complaints regarding the iPhone 3GS’ battery have surfaced on Apple’s discussion board since the handset’s June 19 launch. Given Apple’s promises of a faster and longer lasting iPhone, it’s understandable that 3GS users, particularly those who have made the jump from the previous models, have higher expectations.

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Monday, June 29, 2009
How to make iPhone videos sparkle with iMovie

If you read my recent post about taking movies with the iPhone 3GS, you probably noted that I talked about the lack of editing capabilities on the iPhone with the exception of trimming the beginning and ending of your videos. What if you want to edit your movies, add titles or effects, or combine a bunch of short iPhone video clips?

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iPhone MMS (APN) List of all Service providers

List of most of the MMS (apn) setting please find your country and service provider below.

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

The folks over at WonderHowTo came up with a pretty ingenious method to determine which of the new iPhones—the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 or 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus—is right for you. Strictly from a physical perspective.

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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Unlike Android, which has a multitude of different keyboards to choose from, with iOS, you’re pretty much stuck with the one you’ve got. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t little tricks to help you type faster and more efficiently.

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Monday, May 12, 2014

These are instructions on how to disable your Caller ID to block your phone number on the iPhone. Step One
Tap to open Settings from your SpringBoard.

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Saturday, May 10, 2014

When I went off to live in the big city, the last thing my parents told me was, “If someone wants your wallet, just give it to them. It’s not worth losing your life over.” Sage advice, Mom and Dad. These days, the same goes for your smartphone.

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Monday, April 21, 2014

iTunes Error 1600, 1601, 1602, 1603 and 1604 occur while you try to restore, upgrade or downgrade your firmware. Don’t panic, here is the fix for error 1600 series…

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Google has also shut off 3rd-party access to Google Voice VoIP, and it seems that the writing is on the wall for Google Voice as a standalone product in any form. I have a Google Voice number that I really like and wanted to keep, so I decided I wanted to port it out of Google Voice and onto my Verizon iPhone.

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

If you’ve been a long-time user of Apple devices then you might still be in the habit of connecting the iPhone to your computer when you want to delete some of its content. In fact, you might not be aware that you can directly delete songs from your device.

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Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Facebook is easily one of the most popular third-party iPhone apps on the planet. As it turns out, it might also be one of the biggest culprits of iPhone battery drain, according to recent findings brought to light by a former Apple Store Genius.

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Friday, March 21, 2014

Apple’s iPhone doubles as an excellent digital camera, making it easy to capture high-quality photos and videos wherever you go. However, those images can quickly clutter your iPhone’s internal storage, forcing you to eventually part ways with some of your most cherished pictures in the name of free space. Fortunately, there are ways to hang on to your photos while still clearing out your phone’s memory. Here’s how to utilize cloud storage to back up your iPhone’s pictures and video clips.

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How to Disable iOS 7.1 Transparency Effect, Together with bringing new and interesting adjustments and utilities, such as CarPlay and improvement of Siri in other markets, iOS 7.1 has helped deal with a few issues that iOS 7.O.x did not deal with.

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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Jumping from one mobile platform to another can lead to a lot of headaches initially — especially with respect to all your personal data. You won’t want to lose your contacts, calendar entries, and other important information, so it’s important that you transfer them properly.

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

The typical way to use iCloud is to let it automatically sync photos from your iPhone or iPad to your computer, using what Apple calls Photo Stream. Photo Stream holds the last 1,000 photos, but once photos are in the Photo Stream folder within My Pictures on your PC or laptop they aren’t deleted, so it’s a great way to automatically back up photos from your iOS device without connecting it via a cable to your computer.

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Monday, March 10, 2014

How to Import iPhone,iPad Contacts into Gmail Importing personal details from any device to Gmail and other network services is very essential for maintaining contacts. Many users are trying to import their contacts details to Gmail but they failed.

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Sunday, March 09, 2014

How can I delete Newsstand, Stocks, Game Center, Calendar, Reminders, Notes and other pre-installed stock Apple apps from my iPad or iPhone? How do I put Newsstand in a folder? And can I permanently delete other apps, so they’re completely wiped from my iTunes account?

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Everyone’s been caught up in iOS 7’s sweeping design changes, but what about those little tweaks that feel so sweet to discover, i.e., the ones that will make you look like an expert to your friends when you show them off? These less talked about iOS 7 features are the ones you just might want to talk about the next time you want your pals to think you’re in the know.

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Sometimes you might forget your passcode - it happens and as a result, how to hack an iPad or iPhone passcode is a question we sometimes get asked at Macworld. Hacking iPad passcodes is on the “black hat” (dark) side of tech support. There are legitimate instances where people have forgotten the passcode. In these instances, you’ll need to get around the passcode to use your own iPad or iPhone.

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Wednesday, March 05, 2014

The iPhone’s passcode feature offers front-line security to your device and its contents. If you’re not using a passcode, you ought to seriously consider it. I know that typing it over and over is a pain, but I guarantee it’s less painful than losing a phone that’s wide open.

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Friday, February 28, 2014

Instead of paying for ringtones in Apple’s iTunes Store, you can easily turn any song you own already into a custom ringtone for your iPhone. Here’s how to edit any song down to a suitable ringtone length (and select the most suitable section of the song), then turn it into a ringtone file in iTunes on your Mac. Finally, we show how to set it as a ringtone on your iPhone.

Read more www.macworld.co.uk

Sunday, January 19, 2014

When you buy an iPhone through a carrier, chances are it comes locked to that carrier’s network. This usually isn’t a big deal, but if you plan on doing some travelling, or you decide to switch to another carrier before your contract is up, you’ll probably want your phone to be able to work on different networks.

Read more www.wikihow.com

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

If you’re switching from iPhone to Android, you have picture-perfect problem. Over the course of your time with the iPhone, you’ve taken tons of photos with its stellar iSight camera. You certainly don’t want to lose those pictures when you make the move to Android, and need a way to get those pictures on your new phone quickly and easily. Fortunately, Google’s Google+ social network will have your pictures backed up to your Google account in no time if you follow these steps.

Read more blog.laptopmag.com

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