iPhone Tips

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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How to get the full Account Details from the GAL on your iPhone

July 24, 2011
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If you are connected to your company’s exchange server, you can search the GAL or Exchange Global Address list on your iPhone. This is pretty handy if you want to search your company’s exchange contacts when you are out and about. To search, tap contacts and scroll down to Exchange Global Address List on your [...]

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How to Backup your iPhone

July 16, 2011

You should always backup your iPhone before doing any updates. To backup your iPhone, connect to iTunes, right click on your iPhone under devices and select backup.

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iPhone Crashes

June 10, 2011

Just like your computer, your iPhone can crash as well leading to endless frustrations. Earlier versions of iOS were more likely to crash, but as the operating system has matured, your iPhone is more likely to crash now from 3rd party apps So what actually happens when you experience an iPhone crash? You may find [...]

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Dead iPhone

June 4, 2011

If you find your iPhone dead one day, check out these 3 tips to bring your iPhone back to life. Charge it – If your iPhone is completely dead, the first thing you should do is try charging it back up. You may find it takes 5 to 10 minutes of charge before it comes [...]

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iPhone Notifications

June 4, 2011
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Your iPhone can keep you updated with all the latest goss from your Facebook account or to notifying you of the latest application update for your installed apps. You may find iPhone push notifications can be a slight drain on your battery depending on the type of apps you have installed. Luckily you can customize [...]

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iPhone Tracking and Location Services

April 27, 2011
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If you have heard the news in the last couple of weeks, you will know that Apple has been under fire for the non disclosure of the collection of location based information which is stored in an unencrypted format on the iPhone. There is so far no evidence to suggest that Apple itself has access [...]

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iPhone Roaming Costs

April 9, 2011

When you take your iPhone and iPad overseas you are roaming and different charges apply to your plan. The roaming charge to all countries can be very high on standard roaming rates. To reduce the costs when roaming, the following can be done: 1. Turn off Data Roaming and only turn it on when you [...]

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Help is on Hand

February 24, 2011

Do you want to find out the basics of your iPhone? Or how to set up mail or understand what Synchronization is all about? Then you may be surprised to discover that all this information is readily available already on your iPhone! That’s right! Every iPhone has readily accessible an iPhone User Guide. To access [...]

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Travelling with your iPhone

February 18, 2011

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 connectivity. The iPhone supports [...]

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Top 5 Free Apps for your iPhone

January 16, 2011

There are five must have free apps you should install as soon as you get your iPhone connected and configured. These are Facebook, Twitter, Bump, TripIt, and Flashlight. If you can’t beat ‘em join ‘em is what I say. Twitter as the micro blogging site and Facebook are the social networking winners and you might [...]

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