Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Apple’s new mobile operating system iOS 9 was unveiled last week with an array of new features. One of those additions, however, could end up being expensive for people with limited data plans.

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Monday, September 21, 2015

The new Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus go on sale Friday, September 25. You may be one of the millions who have already pre-ordered their new iPhone 6s or you may still be trying to decide if the new iPhone is for you. Either way, unless you are lucky enough to have an upgrade due on your carrier contract, you may first have to sell your old iPhone before you can splurge on a new one.

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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Looking to upgrade to the new iPhone 6S or 6S Plus? You might want to see which wireless carrier has the best deal before you buy it from the Apple Store. Apple announced last week that it’s releasing the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus on Sept. 25 starting at $649 and can go up to $949—depending on the model and memory space. That’s a lot of money for a smartphone, but Apple devotees will probably rush to the store and buy it anyway.

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Sunday, August 30, 2015

Can’t sign into your iPhone or iPad anymore? If you’ve forgotten the PIN and haven’t set up Touch ID on a modern iPhone or iPad, you’ll need to reset your phone or tablet to regain access. You’ll lose everything stored on the device itself, although you can restore from backups. If you’ve synced your iPhone or iPad with iTunes, you can even make a fresh backup first to ensure you won’t lose anything.

Read more www.howtogeek.com

Monday, June 15, 2015

Apple Watch battery life isn’t really a problem – I’ve not run out of battery yet. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t know how to get more out of your battery when you need it. Here’s what to do…

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Friday, March 06, 2015

It’s been a year and a half since Apple launched its online storage system, iCloud, to the public. More recently people have been talking about the storage system’s shortcomings, calling it “broken.”

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Monday, March 02, 2015

Have you ever wondered why your iPhone sometimes receives calls like this… …and sometimes like this.

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Alright, so you turned off your iPhone one night and you wake up the next morning and your iPhone comes on but its stuck at the apple logo. I had the same exact problem. Do not fret, because today I will show you few steps that will help you Fix iPhone Stuck on Apple Logo issue and you get your beloved Apple iPhone back up and running.


Sunday, March 01, 2015

There are tons of features you can activate with just a tap. It’s got even more, however, that you can access with long presses, swipes, and other gesture shortcuts. If you have enough time, you can figure them all out. Or you can just read all about them right here and instantly master your messages!

Read more www.imore.com

Friday, February 27, 2015

Many users of the new Audio Hijack 3 have asked about recording phone calls from their iPhone. If you’re using Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) and iOS 8.1, it’s easy to record these calls with Audio Hijack.

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

If you have an iPhone, especially a new iPhone 6 that has just 16GB of storage, listen up. There is a way you can manage life on a phone that holds less.

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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Smashing your precious iPhone screen has got to be one of the biggest first world problems. You reach down and pick up your phone, which has of course landed screen down, to inspect the damage and have your worst fears confirmed; the screen is shattered.

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Sometimes you just have to tell it like it is. If someone is all up in your iPhone’s recent calls and you just really don’t want to talk, the only way to stop the craziness is to be blunt with a custom text response.

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Monday, February 23, 2015

The iPhone 6 Plus has an amazing 5.5-inch 1080p display, but while bigger is better for apps and the web, bigger can also be harder to use one-handed. With a smaller display, it’s easier to balance the phone and reach your thumb all the way up and across, from corner to corner.

Read more www.imore.com

Sunday, February 15, 2015

The iPhone gets great battery life and the iPhone 6 Plus gets really great battery life. Apple has done a lot to make everything from their chipsets to their software management extremely power efficient. Yet every feature you use, you ultimately pay for with battery life. Most times it’s not a problem

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Monday, February 09, 2015

Knowing what network an iPhone uses can be important for trying to repurpose an old device, buying a used iPhone, or simply to determine if a particular iPhone will work on a network of choice. While the iPhones top status bar will show the carrier name of an active cellular network, if the device isn’t activated or doesn’t have a SIM card, it won’t display anything other than “No Service” in the status bar.

Read more osxdaily.com

Friday, February 06, 2015

Wish it were a little easier to type in ALL CAPS on your iPhone, or ever get stumped while looking for the em dash? What about typing letters with accent marks, or dealing with cumbersome URLs?

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Improved audio quality is a hard thing to measure. Lots of cell phone carriers claim to have it. But only T-Mobile and Verizon actually offer nationwide VoLTE (Voice over LTE) — the relatively new calling standard that, when possible, places calls over 4G LTE data networks, instead of the traditional circuit-switched networks.

Read more www.yahoo.com

Tuesday, February 03, 2015

Did she give me a fake number, is she ignoring my calls, or has she used iOS 8 to block me on her iPhone? Who blocked me? If you’re wondering how can you tell if someone has blocked your number on an iOS 8 (or iOS 7) iPhone, or who has blocked you, read on to find out the giveaway clues.

Read more www.macworld.co.uk

Monday, January 26, 2015

iPhones come with a cable that can connect your phone to your PC or Mac, but you don’t actually have to use it for that. You don’t even have to use the cable for charging if you buy into wireless charging (or just get a dock). The wireless, cable-free future isn’t quite here yet, but we’re not too far off.

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