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
Monday, December 17, 2012
In an early morning, you wake up and get your iPhone beside your bed. As usual you tap on the Cydia icon and try to download some apps but your Cydia won’t open like what it normally does. First, do not get frustrated because you can always reinstall Cydia if there is something wrong with it. Is this the first time you try to open Cydia? If yes then there may be a few reasons.
Read more www.cydiapps.net
Monday, December 10, 2012
If you want to be able to transfer music to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch wirelessly and without syncing everything on the device with iTunes, you’ll need to turn on iTunes Wi-Fi Sync. Yes, you read that correctly, in order to add a song to an iPhone (iPod, etc) wirelessly and without syncing the entire device, you have to enable a feature that suggests kind of the opposite.
Read more osxdaily.com
Thursday, December 06, 2012
Android users can take advantage of Google’s major services right out of the box, but setting Gmail, Google Contacts, and Google Calendar up on your iPhone isn’t quite so clear. It’s worth doing right, though: with a little elbow grease you can have a setup that’s every bit as good.
Read more www.theverge.com
Monday, November 26, 2012
Email signatures are a nice way of adding pertinent information about yourself, including contact information or additional professional resources. This is incredibly important for work or job applications, and this is something that people do from their smartphone as well as their computer.
Read more ismashphone.com
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
The Apple’s iPhone is a cellular phone that connects to the Internet over Wi-Fi and cellular data networks. You use the iPhone’s native Safari Web browser to load pages on the Internet, including the Google search engine. The iPhone, which has a touch-sensitive display that you tap and touch to launch applications, comes with the YouTube app pre-installed.
Read more www.pinoytechnologies.com
Thursday, November 08, 2012
Most of us have to watch our data usage in order to avoid excess charges on our bill. That can become difficult when our smartphones eat up our precious megabytes in the background, and it’s an issue for both Android and iPhone. Here’s how to stop it. Recently, a friend asked me for help after he reached 90 per cent of his data usage despite (he thought) barely using any data.
Read more www.lifehacker.com.au
Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Have no idea of importing CSV files to your iPhone? Do you want to transfer the contacts from Google, Outlook Express, Hotmail and more to iPhone? From this video tutorial, you will find it is easy to import contacts (CSV & vCard) from Outlook, Google, Aol Mail, Thunderbird, Incredimail and other address books to iPhone with the help of iPhone Contacts Backup for Mac.
Read more forum.iphoneworld.ca
If Kindle Fire HD is the best tablet to help users enjoy ebooks, iPhone 5 is probably the most suitable mobile for ebook reading. As the new flagship of Apple mobile, iPhone 5 not only gets large-size Retina Display, powerful A6 processor and long-lasting battery but also extremely thin and light design. Therefore, the easy-to-carry mobile enables users to enjoy ebooks whenever they want.
Read more www.leawo.com
Friday, November 02, 2012
As you may know, smartphones such as iPhone, Android or Windows Phone are available in both SIM locked and SIM unlocked state (also known as factory locked, carrier locked and network locked) for purchasing. While SIM unlocked phones can be used anywhere without restrictions, SIM locked phones can only be used in specific countries and under specified networks.
Read more techtrickz.com
If you have an iPhones, you may run into issues from time to time where you are unable to move your mail to the trash. This is most likely due to using IMAP and having all sent trash being set to local. These steps will help you get this cleared up.
Read more kb.site5.com
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Apple stores are getting new shipments of iPhone 5s almost every day. And there’s a way you can get one without waiting in line. When the iPhone 5 first came out, I decided to skip it and stick with my perfectly useful iPhone 4S. But when a family crisis made putting my sister on my family plan, I decided to give her the 4S and upgrade to the 5.
Read more www.nbcnews.com
Saturday, October 27, 2012
Why do wireless carriers have to make everything so complicated? Wireless subscribers should be able to subscribe to the service they want and need and not be forced to take services they don’t want or need. This seems like a simple enough concept and yet customers who want a smartphone but only want to pay for voice services can’t get it.
Read more news.cnet.com
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Do Not Disturb is one of the best features that came with iOS 6, particularly for iPhone users. If you haven’t heard of it, basically it lets you put your iPhone (or iPad or iPod touch) into Do Not Disturb mode, which effectively mutes the device for all incoming calls, messages, and alerts, giving you peace and quiet while it’s on.
Read more osxdaily.com
Thursday, October 11, 2012
I’ve mentioned a few of my battery and data problems with iOS 6. (here and here) Michael Tsai had linked to a TidBits post about their solution – basically doing a clean install of iOS6. A few people in the comments had told me to do that also. I was trying everything I could to avoid that eventuality. I knew how big a pain it would be. Well last night I’d had enough.
Read more www.libertypages.com
Unlimited data is a thing of the past for most smartphone users, and with the introduction of the iPhone 5 many AT&T users in particular are looking for ways to save on new data contracts. We have an undeniable love affair with connected things, pushing data consumption to new heights with the rise of mobile technology. And it’s the carriers that come out the winners.
Read more siliconangle.com
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
The new iOS 6 might have done some damage to the iPhone’s mapping app, but the camera’s refit is one of the best we have seen from Apple. We have had an iPhone 5 for a few days now and all we find ourselves doing is snapping pics using the new panorama mode.
Read more www.pocket-lint.com
Friday, September 21, 2012
The iPhone 5 hits the stores today and a great number of Apple fans will immediately purchase the current all-round hardware. But what to do with the old iPhone model? It is often given away or sold.
The problem: even though the devices are small, they often contain a staggering amount of personal data. Photos, videos, appointments, addresses, e-mails with sensitive content, internet links as well as private records from app store downloads.
Read more www.slapapp.com
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Here’s a great tip for those who obsess over the odd routes that shipments take and/or salivate at the thought of your iPhone 5 shipping a little early. You can track your iPhone 5 order without a tracking number. And since Apple hasn’t given tracking numbers out for iPhone 5 orders yet, this is the only way to track its status.
Read more gizmodo.com
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Millions of people will likely buy new iPhones once Apple announces a new model as expected on Wednesday. That leaves the question: What should you do with your old one? The new phones will join some 244 million iPhones sold since the first one launched in 2007. Some have been lost or stolen.
Read more www.huffingtonpost.com