Change your Exchange Password

June 11, 2010

Do you need to change your Exchange Mail password? Then follow these simple instructions. Press: Settings Mail, Contacts, Calendars Select your Mail Account Account Info Enter your new password

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Apple introduces iPhone 4 – It’s here!

June 8, 2010

Apple introduced the iPhone 4 during the keynote of the Developer’s conference today The iPhone 4 is 24% thinner than the 3GS and has the much touted front facing camera for video calls initially over wi-fi, but then this will no doubt extend to mobile data calls as well. The camera has improved to a [...]

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Review – iPhone Beginner Tips and Tricks Guide

June 5, 2010

When the iPhone 3G came out two years ago, I was sick with envy when a colleague got one before me. I’m a technologist and like nothing more than exploring devices and their potential. I got my iPhone 3G not long after they were released and in the last 2 years I have accumulated a [...]

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Use the Spacebar to put in fullstops.

June 5, 2010

Using the iPhone keyboard is a beautiful thing and it tries to help you out as much as possible. When typing you should just carry on typing even though you know that you have a made a mistake. The iPhone will usually figure it out and by the end of the word is may have [...]

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iPhone 4 – It’s almost here!

June 3, 2010

There is much anticipation with the expected announcement by Steve Jobs at Apple’s Developer conference of the iPhone 4.   This is what has typically occurred in the past and we hope this year will be no different! The timing is right for many of the original 3G users who have now been running their [...]

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Voice Memos – Forget something?

June 1, 2010

Do you often just get out the door and remember you forgot to remind your colleague of something or to e-mail your supplier about that delivery? Or have you ever wanted to record your partner snoring but didn’t have the tape recorder handy? Next time, grab your iPhone and tap Voice Memos. These are kinda [...]

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iPhone Favorites

May 29, 2010

Your Favorites are the numbers you most frequently call. You can add to them by selecting the + symbol in the top right hand corner and selecting from your Contacts Folder. Additionally, you can also select the small blue arrow to the right of your Recents Call list. One nice feature of favorites is that [...]

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Make your icons wiggle!

May 28, 2010

Changing your Home Screen is very easy on the iPhone! You may prefer to keep your commonly used applications on the home screen and move or group others to a second screen. Personally, I prefer to keep what I call my ‘core 4′ on the bottom task bar with all key applications on the Home [...]

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Search your Exchange Global Address List

May 25, 2010

If you connect to your corporate Exchange server then you have full access to your Exchange Global Address List! How do you access this? Very simply…. Do it in your E-Mail Start creating your Exchange Mail Select the + Select Groups Select the last option which will most likely be your e-mail address Type the [...]

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Protect your kids from themselves

May 25, 2010

Do your kids play with your iPhone? Do you share your iPhone with other users? You may want to Enable Restrictions on the iPhone to control what others can do. Just go to: Settings General Restrictions enter a 4 digit passcode which only you know….provided you don’t share! Select the type of Applications you want [...]

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Scientific Calendar

May 25, 2010

Do you remember the old Casio FX82 calculator from school? Remember how maths began changing from numbers to letters? Well, now you can revisit trigonometry, square roots and pi with the iPhone Scientific Calculator! Just go into the Calculator and turn it sideways. The calculator will immediately revert to a scientific one!

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