Don’t Turn Off Your Device During Flight , Turn Your Airplane Mode On!

Anyone that has been aboard a flight in the last few years has heard the same message from stewardesses or pilots in regards to electronic devices every single time before takeoff. Right in between where they tell you that you need to have your seatbelt on throughout the duration of the flight whenever the light is on, that a meal will or will not be served, and that your seat cushion can be used as a flotation device in the event of an emergency they tell you that you must have your phones, computers, or tablets off during takeoff and landing. And this is where airplane mode comes in play in regards to the iPhone.

So What is airplane mode on iPhone?
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What is TTY on iPhone?

Out of users who are new to their iPhone have begun to see a TTY simple pop-up in the status bar in specific areas, and aren’t quite sure of what exactly is going on with their new phone. Don’t worry, there is nothing strange or negative going on inside your phone – it simply a system designed specifically to help people who are hearing impaired or legally deaf to more easily use their cell phone. Enabling the use of hearing impaired people to communicate through the telephone (allowing them to text voice messages to users who have TTY enabled on their device and allowing others to speak and have that communication transcribed on the fly so that they can read it on their own devices), TTY is a relatively new invention that has changed the way that people use their smart phones.
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Have you ever wanted to send multiple photos to someone via email on your iPhone? Well today i am gonna show you how to attach multiple pictures to email on iPhone. First thing you need to do is to check what operating system is on your iphone, to do that first go to settings > general > about and you will see the version of your iPhone.
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The Apple Conquers

When the first iPhone rolled out, it was seen as may be the most revolutionary consumer electronics product to ever hit the market since the day that the iPod first exploded onto the scene. The device that catapulted Apple into the stratosphere of one of the most powerful and influential electronics companies the planet had ever seen, more and more people are jumping aboard the iPhone train in gigantic numbers – and a large part of it is the ability to use FaceTime.

Understanding your iPhone – What is FaceTime on iPhone?

Anyone that has used a computer in the last few years has probably heard of videoconferencing, especially if they’re familiar with using the Skype service. Basically allowing you to connect over the Internet with a video camera on each end, the oak conferencing has exploded in popularity in the last few years even though many people have said that it’s a long time coming (Star Trek fans in particular have been very vocal about how Gene Roddenberry really pioneered by this development).
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As one of the most popular MP3 players ever invented, the iPod has won numerous awards and has been purchased millions of times by people all around the world since its inception over 10 years ago. Apple has included their own operating system, known as iOS, on all of the iPods they have built and shipped. While iOS is a good operating system in its own right, some people naturally want to expand the capabilities of their iPod by installing a new operating system that replaces the existing one on new iPods. iPodLinux is an operating system based on Linux technology that is designed to run on all Apple iPod devices.

History

The idea for a Linux type operating system to be used on an iPod was thought of shortly after the original iPod was released in 2001. Computer scientist student Nils Schneider recognized numerous shortcomings related to the Apple iOS operating system and decided to extract the fourth generation bootloader. This process took him 22 hours to complete. After extracting the bootloader Schneider was able to replace the original iOS operating system with a Linux-type system he and fellow students had developed.

How to use Linux on your iPod
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