How to display your Outlook e-mails

October 19, 2010

If you find you are seeing as many Outlook e-mails as you expect to see on your iPhone check these two settings: 1. Under Settings, ensure that you have selected show 200 Recent messages. 2. Under your Mail Account, ensure that you have set the Mail Days to Synch to One Month or No Limit

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3 Best Updates in iOS 4.1

September 29, 2010

Having now used iOS 4.1 since it was freely available, these are the top 3 updates myself and my users have found. 3G Performance – The performance of the 3G phone has improved drastically with 4.1. Whilst it does not have the snappiness and responsiveness of pre iOS4 days, it certainly does not have the [...]

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Daylight Savings bug on the iPhone

September 28, 2010

Yes, there does appear to be a bug on the iPhone alarm with daylight savings. It appears that your alarm will go off one hour earlier than you have set it once daylight savings has passed. For e.g. if you set your alarm for 6:30am, it will go off at 5:30am. There isn’t a fix [...]

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What is the Proximity Sensor?

September 27, 2010

The proximity sensor on the iPhone is supposed to deactivate the touch screen when you are on a call, so that your face or ears do not activate mute, or loud speaker or end the call when you are in the middle of a conversation. There have been reported issues with the proximity sensor failing [...]

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Game Center

September 8, 2010

Game Center is the new app that will let you play games with your friends on an iPhone running iOS 4.1 or the iPod touch.  If you have an iPhone 3G, you are out of luck. All you need to do is login to Game Center with your Apple ID, download any games you want [...]

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iOS 4.1 Update

September 5, 2010

The iOS 4.1 software update is due out this week.  With it, expectations are high that it improves performance for 3G users!  Fantastic…we hope! Some of the new features as described on the Apple site also include Game Center which is a social gaming.  Find your friends then play a multiplayer game. iTunes TV Show [...]

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How to silence the iPhone

September 3, 2010

If you are in a meeting or wish to quickly silence your iPhone, the quickest way to do this is with hardware rather than going and changing your ringer settings. If your phone rings, just press the top on/off button briefly and your ringer will be silenced.  It will not vibrate, nor will it hang [...]

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How to delete iPhone Apps

September 2, 2010

The quickest way to delete an iPhone app is to flick to the screen with the app on it.  Make the icons on it wiggle, by holding the icon down gently.  You will see an x on the top left hand corner.  Tap this x to remove the app from the iPhone. You cannot move [...]

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How to Manage your Time

September 1, 2010

Too busy to do anything? – Get back on track with your iPhone and manage your time more efficiently with these tips. Today’s’ lives are cluttered with e-mails, social networking and web browsing not to mention organising work calendars, co-ordinating social calendars and school diaries.  If you suffer from information overload or are too busy [...]

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iPhone Tips for International Roamers

August 31, 2010

Your iPhone is a fantastic travel companion as it provides all the home comforts whilst you are away!   Not only do you take a mobile phone abroad with you, but also your music collection, access to your e-mail, your family photos and videos, connectivity to the Internet and your Social Network. The iPhone supports the [...]

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Location Services

August 26, 2010

A few people have asked recently about Location Services and what it’s used for, so we have summarized the main points here. Location services uses information from GPS, the mobile data networks and some wi-fi connections to determine your location.  This information is used by various iPhone apps such as Photos, Maps, Bump and other [...]

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