posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:44 0 1. Cazwell (Posts: 27; Member since: 09 Oct 2009) Funny thing, I was actually going to restore my iPhone yesterday evening (due to non-stop locking up), then noticed an update when I entered iTunes that was 'supposed' to fix the locking up issues that I was having since the 3.1 update. I'm happy to say that I haven't had any glitches on my device since the update.... Hope it stays that way! posted on 09 Oct 2009, 11:39 0 2. lxmndza (Posts: 23; Member since: 09 Oct 2009) The only problem I have is receiving MMS from other mobile devices that have a larger MP camera then the iPhone 3gs such as the BlackBerry Tour....any other mobile device that have a smaller or same MP camera as the iPhone 3gs I receive fine!... anybody else have this problem? posted on 09 Oct 2009, 13:18 0 3. vzw fanman (Posts: 1976; Member since: 11 Dec 2008) i don't. i send pics to my gay iphone friend all the time. posted on 09 Oct 2009, 13:43 0 4. … [Read more...] about Comments for : iPhone OS 3.1.2 is released to kill bugs dead
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Well, you did it. You got a shiny new iPhone 8 or 8 Plus. Nice! Before you head out to take a squillion photos or plop it down on your new wireless charging pad, there are a few housekeeping details you should tend to first.1. Back up and restoreThis isn’t poor planning, we swear—it’s a good idea to back up your old phone after you have your new iPhone in hand, so the backup is as up-to-date as it can possibly be. You can back up via iCloud or iTunes:For an iTunes backup: Connect your old iPhone to your Mac, launch iTunes, select your iPhone by clicking the little phone icon in the toolbar, and under Backups, choose This Computer. Checking Encrypt local backup is a good idea, so your account passwords and Health data gets backed up too—just choose a password you won’t forget. Click the button to Back up now.When the backup is done, connect your new iPhone 8, then tell iTunes you want to restore from the backup you just … [Read more...] about Got an iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus? Do these 10 things first
So that $1,000+ sticker shock didn’t put you off from buying the phone that Apple calls “the future,” did it? We don’t blame you—we bought the iPhone X, too. I know you want to dive right in the moment you get the box in your hands, but slow your roll! We have a little setup advice you’re going to want to pay attention to. Sure, it seems like a drag right now, but this stuff is going to save you time and frustration later.1. Back up and restoreThat’s right, you’re going to want to back up your old iPhone after you have your new iPhone X in hand, so the backup is as up-to-date as it can possibly be. You can back up via iCloud or iTunes:For an iTunes backup: Connect your old iPhone to your Mac, launch iTunes, select your iPhone by clicking the little phone icon in the toolbar, and under Backups, choose This Computer. Checking Encrypt local backup is a good idea, so your account passwords and Health data gets … [Read more...] about Got an iPhone X? Do these 10 things first!
New to iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad and wondering what tips and tricks you really need to know to get started? Have friends and family that are new to iPhone and would love to have a handy link to send them? Look no further. Carefully curated below are TiPb's top 10 tips and tricks for new users -- everything you need to know to get going now. Note: If you're really brand new, check out our New User Guide first, the fastest way to get up and running and enjoying your new device. How the Home button works: Navigation, Multitasking, Accessibility, Restart, Reboot, Recovery, and DFU Because the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad have only a few buttons, the Home button does a ton of different things. So many, it can be confusing. A single click can move you around the home screens, a double click can put you into the Fast App Switcher, a triple click can launch Accessibility, a click and hold can start Voice Control on iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 and Siri on iPhone 4S, and clicking and holding in … [Read more...] about Top 10 tips and tricks for new iPhone and iPad users
The other day, we passed along a report that named Israeli company Cellebrite as the firm supposedly getting paid $15,278 by the FBI to open up Syed Farook's iPhone. The government turned to a third party to open the phone after Apple repeatedly refused to comply with a court order that would have forced it to develop a unique version of iOS to open the handset. Apple's concern is that by developing this so-called "Govt. OS," the code might get into the wrong hands making every iPhone in the world vulnerable to attack.As it turns out, Cellebrite machines can be found inside Apple's retail stores. There, they are employed by reps who use it to transfer contact lists and other content from an old phone to a just purchased iPhone. What is interesting is that Cellebrite's website points out that its machines work with iPhones running iOS 8, but doesn't mention iOS 9. Yet, the Apple iPhone 5c that was used by Farook contains iOS 9. Cellebrite's name came up after the FBI said that it was … [Read more...] about Company reportedly unlocking terrorist’s iPhone 5c for the FBI, also does work for Apple