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The iPhone 5 has so many features that it’s quite impossible to keep track of them all. Some are tiny tweaks, others are extremely useful. Get more out of your device – and impress your friends as well – with the following iPhone 5 hidden features. Continue Reading…

Data roaming, or using your smartphone abroad on another network than you own, can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars sometimes, even if all you do is surf the web or download files. All apps that require an Internet connection, such as Safari, Email, Maps, and Facebook & Twitter can add to the data roaming charges. Keep reading to find out how to avoid international roaming charges on iPhone. Continue Reading…

Clearing the cache on your iPad is like pressing the restart button – it clears up the RAM and gives you a fresh new start. It’s good to clear the cache every now and then, and especially when you observe that your device is a bit slow and lagging. There’s nothing complicated about clearing Safari cache on the iPad, but the option is not present in the browser itself, so it can be hard to notice. Find out below how to clear cache on iPad, regardless of the model of your device. Continue Reading…

Emoticons are a well-hidden feature of the iPhone that enhances SMS and iMessages and can be used in almost any application that involves typing. Helping you to convey emotions more effectively, emoticons are one of the features of the iPhone that are not known to all users. The iPhone has a whole keyboard full of emoticons in fact, but you need to activate it before you can use it. Find out below how to add emoticons on iPhone. Continue Reading…

You’ve probably heard already of various methods of jailbreaking an iPhone, and you might have been tempted at least once to use a jailbreaking tool to unleash the full power of your device and break free from some of the restraints imposed by iOS. What stopped you was the fear that you could lose your iPhone warranty and mess up the device. Continue Reading…

Schools that allow students and teachers to use the iPad in the classrooms can improve the efficiency of their education. Although more and more schools embrace the iPad, its implementation in the classroom is a slow, gradual process. Continue Reading…

Whether you want to de-clutter your screens or free up some HD space, removing apps on the iPad is a quick and easy process that doesn’t even require you to plug your device into iTunes. Below you’ll find out how to remove apps on iPad directly from your device. Continue Reading…

The iPad is not only a versatile device for entertainment and web surfing, but with the right apps it can also be a powerful educational tool that helps students and teachers alike. More and more schools from around the world are adopting the iPad in the classroom, encouraging students to use the many educational apps available in the App Store. Also, an increasing number of schools are creating their own applications for internal use. Below you’ll discover the many benefits of the iPad for students. Continue Reading…

The iPhone is beautiful but vulnerable. It might have a scratch-resistant screen and a tough case, but it can easily get damaged, and in time, if not properly cared for, it can lose its nice and shiny look. Here are the do’s and dont’s of iPhone 5 maintenance. Continue Reading…

You can save the phone number of a text message sender and add him as a contact on iPhone without much fuss, but the process you will have to follow is not particularly intuitive. Apple should really make it easier for users to add contacts to the address book in future iOS releases. Until then though, keep reading to find out how to add a contact from a text message in iPhone. Continue Reading…

The iPad Mini might be smaller and simpler than his big brother the iPad, but it still has many features. There are a few things that you might not know you can do on your device to improve the user experience. The next 5 iPad mini tips and tricks will reveal them to you. Continue Reading…

Making folders on the iPad is easy, whether you choose to do it directly on the device or through iTunes. Folders are useful because you can put a dozen or so apps in them, and thus better organize your screens. If you download a lot of apps from the App Store and want to sort them out into categories to be able to quickly access them later, then you should definitely use folders. Keep reading to find out how to make folders on iPad. Continue Reading…

Original Apple accessories have a reputation for being rather costly. Okay, they might not always be expensive, but they’re certainly not cheap, and considering their excellent quality, that’s understandable. There are users, however, who are willing to make compromises when it comes to iPad or iPhone or iPod accessories and purchase second-rate products made in China but not designed in California. Naturally, most of those users live in countries where the average income is much lower than it is in the United States. Continue Reading…

The iPod was once Apple’s trademark product, the one that killed portable CD players and changed how people buy and listen to music. But starting with 2011, the iPhone and iPad began to overshadow the iPod, whose sales substantially decreased. So, considering that the iPhone itself can function as an iPod, a portable music player, and that it has countless other features besides, can you replace iPod with iPhone? Continue Reading…

There are so many interesting iPhone lifestyle apps out there that sometimes you don’t even know what to install first. Whether you’re concerned with fitness, food, or shopping, you have a dozen options from which to choose. So how do you choose? Well, you begin with a couple of apps which are really indispensable. Continue Reading…

As the little brother of the iPhone, iPod Touch is so much more than an iPod Nano. Not only does it let you connect to the Internet and browse the web, but also supports many fun and useful applications. Keep reading to discover 6 iPod Touch tricks. Continue Reading…

Whether you want to show off your neat home screen to your friends, attach a few in-app shots to an article, or take a snapshot of a spicy email your ex sent you, the iPad lets you screenshot without much fuss. The simple guide below will show you how to take a screenshot on iPad without having to download any app. Continue Reading…

The iPad has been for a few years now the most popular tablet by far. You probably knew that already. But did you know that women actually use it more than men when it comes to web browsing or mobile apps? The iPad might be more popular than you have thought. Here are some interesting iPad facts gathered by various research agencies during 2012 and the first half of 2013. Continue Reading…

The Apple ID consists of a valid email address and a password. You need an Apple ID to log into the iTunes Store as well as to use web services like iCloud and iWork. Most users create their Apple ID as soon as they activate an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad via the My Apple ID homepage. To change your Apple ID you don’t have to reset or wipe your device. Find out below how to change Apple ID on iPad. Continue Reading…

With the iCloud PhotoStream available on the iPhone you can share photos between your Apple devices, including iPad and Mac. If you enable Shared Photo Streams, you can even share the photos over the Internet with friends, family, colleagues. Once you activate iCloud, all the new photos you take with the iPhone camera are automatically added to the PhotoStream, but if you happen to have some older photo albums created before you’ve turned on the PhotoStrem, you would probably want to add them to the stream as well. Find out below how to add photos to PhotoStream on iPhone. Continue Reading…