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Cracked iPhone Screen

July 3, 2012

It happens to thousands of people everyday. They drop their phone thinking the case will protect it, however imagine their horror when they pick it up to find the screen smashed to pieces. We take a look at the cheapest ways to repair the iphone 3G and iphone 4. It’s important to be aware that [...]

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How to Facetime

April 21, 2012

Facetime functionality came with the iPhone 4 which has 2 cameras. One on the front and one on the back, both of which can be used by Facetime. Facetime for iPhone is personal video calling. It actually feels comfortable to use even with other people around due to the personal nature of it. Perhaps it’s [...]

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Cool iPhone Weather App Tip

January 21, 2012
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I cannot believe I didn’t know about this cool iPhone Weather Tip! Is it new in iOS5 or have I been living under a rock for 3 years? Anyway, you can actually view hour by hour for the current day, simply by tapping on the actual day and it will give you the expected temperature [...]

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How to Add Signature to iPhone TXT Messages

January 5, 2012

Unless you have a jailbroken iPhone you cannot automatically add a signature to your SMS/TXT Messages when sending from an iPhone. However, there is a nice workaround for this in iOS5 using Shortcuts. To insert a Signature to your iPhone SMS or TXT messages go to: General Keyboard Add New Shortcut Enter the text you [...]

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How to Setup Photo Stream

October 18, 2011
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With iOS5 came a wonderful feature of iCloud called Photo Stream. Photo Stream for the iPhone will let you take a photo on an iOS device and then wirelessly synchronize it to other iOS devices. This means you can take a photo on your iPhone and have it appear on your iPad. To setup Photo [...]

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Silence your iPhone

August 21, 2011

Have you ever been in a meeting when your iPhone has rung and you’ve fumbled around trying to turn down the volume or just declined your callers phone call to shut up the phone? This has been downright embarrassing for me, worse still it took me a year to figure out how to simply Silence [...]

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How to Automatically Download Purchased Apps

August 20, 2011

If you are running iOS 4.3.3 or later you can automatically download new purchases that you have made on other iDevices. This is pretty handy if you don’t get to synchronize your iPhone or your iPad as frequently as you would like. To enable Automatic Downloads you must be logged into your Apple ID. If [...]

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How to Change your Apple ID

August 20, 2011
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Your Apple ID is used to log into iTunes to download iPhone or iPad apps to your device. If someone else has preconfigured your iPhone it may still have their Apple ID set up. Or if you have ever wondered why your App downloads appear on your partners device it could be your Apple ID [...]

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How to Screen Capture your iPhone

July 31, 2011
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Have you ever wondered how to take a screen capture of your iPhone of some configuration settings or of some of your cool iPhone apps? Then the simplest way to do this is to use the built-in screen capture shortcut. Just hold down the Home key and press the off/sleep key and you will hear [...]

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iPhone Exchange Synchronization

July 30, 2011
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How to Setup your iPhone’s connection to Exchange Mail If you have a Corporate Exchange Server you should be able to setup mail synchronization to your iPhone from the Exchange server. Tap Settings Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars         Tap Add Account Tap Microsoft Exchange           Enter your E-mail [...]

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How to Change e-Mail Password on your iPhone

July 25, 2011

Most Companies have a security policy in place which forces users to change their network password every 30 or 40 days. If your company also uses Exchange as your e-mail server then you will need to update your iPhone mail settings with this new password as well. Until you do this, you will not be [...]

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