Friday, September 27, 2013
Apple [AAPL] continues to woo customers across from Android. For the thousands who just picked up an iPhone who used to use an Android device here’s a little info to help you migrate your digital existence.
Read more blogs.computerworld.com
Saturday, September 21, 2013
You got a new iPhone! Maybe it’s a thumbprint-reading 5s or a pastel rainbow 5c. Either way, what now? Here’s what you need to get started with your new iPhone, whether you’re a first-timer or an iOS pro.
Read more www.gizmodo.com.au
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
As multiple other devices available on the smartphone and tablet market, the iOS devices offer multiple enhanced features and options. Some of these features might become quite uncomfortable for some iOS users. It is about the option of revealing a short preview of an incoming email right on the Lock Screen.
Read more iflowreader.com
Thursday, August 22, 2013
With the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, and 7 other compelling smartphones slated or rumored to launch this fall, when you do decide to upgrade to a newer phone, what will you do with your old smartphone? Some people will keep their old device around as a spare, and while that’s a good idea most of the time that phone will be sitting in a drawer somewhere collecting dust.
Read more www.gottabemobile.com
Saturday, August 10, 2013
After you’ve downloaded to your Mac or uploaded to the cloud all of the photos from your iPhone that you want to keep, check out these easy tips for freeing up space on your phone.
Read more gigaom.com
Saturday, July 06, 2013
The default font size for messages and texts on the iPhone is fairly small, and while it may look fine to many users, it’s simply too tiny to be easily readable for others. iOS makes it easy to change the text size though, offering a wide range of options that are suitable for just about everyones visual preferences.
Friday, June 07, 2013
Perhaps you hate typing passwords but want to keep your phone and computer secure. Thanks to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, you can adapt your mobile devices to automatically unlock your computer and even your front door by using a couple of apps and defining a few rules.
Read more www.lifehacker.com.au
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
When people first started calling an iPhone a “smart phone,” they probably had little idea how right they were. While the iPhone certainly is a smart way to manage your lifestyle, new products that allow you to use your iPhone to automate your life are changing the definition of “smart” by the second.
Read more www.technews24h.com
Monday, May 20, 2013
Generally many phone users think that there is an obvious inbuilt feature in iphone for blocking unwanted calls. But unfortunately there is no such feature available in iphones. This function is controlled by the service providers.
Read more www.anextweb.com
Secure Shell is an encrypted and secure connection that can be made between your computer and your iPhone. This connection is only possible using jailbroken iPhones and cannot be done using a standard, nonjailbroken iPhone. Once SSH is enabled on a jailbroken iPhone, you can access the entire iPhone filesystem.
Read more www.ehow.com
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Today, i am talking about how to backup and transfer contacts in iPhone. It is good idea to backup your Android’s contacts before updating your Android’s software, but if you are not doing this, unluckly you should loose all contacts. It is not easy or direct method to backup your iPhone’s contacts.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Need to delete a contact from the iPhone? Maybe you want to delete all contacts from everywhere, including the iPhone, iCloud, OS X, iPad, and everywhere else, so that you can start anew with a blank address book? You can do both easily and quickly, though as of now the only way to delete every single contact in an expedient manner requires the usage of a Mac.
Read more osxdaily.com
Sunday, April 21, 2013
So I’ve been thinking about how my old Victrola works by passively amplifying the vibrations from the diaphragm through a simple box and how I can control the volume (somewhat) by opening and closing the doors. I said to myself, “Self, I bet that would work as a passive iPhone amp too.”
Read more www.instructables.com
Friday, April 19, 2013
Chinese hackers have launched a pirated app store that allows people to download pirated iOS apps with no jailbreaks needed. The online web store uses geolocation to determine a user’s location and if that user is outside of China the user is not granted access to the store and is redirected to another page run by the hackers.
Read more www.tuaw.com
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
We would all like the ability not to be contacted from certain numbers. Perhaps you are receiving nuisance calls from PPI firms, or an ex just won’t leave you alone. You can block each call as it comes in, of course, but how can you block that number forever? Here’s how to block a number on an iPhone.
Read more www.pcadvisor.co.uk
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
If you do a lot of heavy browsing on your iPhone, you’ll love this hidden little shortcut in iOS 6. In Safari, just press and hold on the back button to view a list of recently visited pages.
Read more www.lifehacker.com.au
Saturday, February 02, 2013
Yes there is a bluetooth present in your Apple iPhone or iPad but thats of no use ( thanks to Apple) as you can only use it to connect a bluetooth keyboard.but that was past as of now Jailbreakers developer has developed an cydia app with which you can send or receive files to any device ( computer , android phone ) like in computer.
Read more vinzit.com
Wednesday, January 09, 2013
If you’ve owned iPhones over the years, you’re probably familiar with Home button quirks. Since the Home button is the most used button on the device, and the only one you use for actual operation, it’s typically the quickest to wear down and cause you problems.
Read more www.imore.com
Saturday, January 05, 2013
Do you really need a 64GB iPhone? My friends, that is the $100-$200 question that you may find yourself asking one day soon, standing at the counter of the AT&T or Verizon store, clueless as to your iPhone storage needs.
Read more www.huffingtonpost.com
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Unlike emails which are stored on the cloud, SMS’s are saved on your phone and if anything were to happen to your phone, you’ll never see your precious SMS’s ever again. Because the iOS is such a closed system, you won’t be able to find an app that can backup and restore deleted SMS’s for you.
Read more www.hongkiat.com