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iOS 8 Speculations: Taking Stock Of the Rumors

March 25 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

We’re about three months from WWDC 2014, the conference where Apple is expected to announce iOS 8 and subsequently release it when it launches the iPhone 6 (or whatever they’re planning to call the next flagship iPhone model). Apple plays its cards close...

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How to Resotre iPad Data after Jailbreak

March 25 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iPad Data Recovery

Most iOS users may have met this problem: failed to jailbreak your iPad or other iDevices and when you want to restore your iPad to the previous version but found that you are not allowed to access the unique Apple format file. At this moment, how to...

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6 Things Jailbreakers Should Know after the Release of iOS 7.1

March 25 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

Yesterday, Apple released iOS 7.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, which includes a number of new features, improvements, refinements and bug fixes. So here are some of the things you should know if you’ve a jailbroken iOS device running iOS 7...

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How to Delete Photos and Albums from iCloud Photo Stream in iOS 7.x

March 24 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

iCloud Photo Streams in iOS 7 are a great way to share your photos with your friends. But it’s also a great way to share photos across all your devices. Apple designed the Photo Stream as a service that works like social networking but for a limited number...

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How to Jailbreak iOS 7 on Your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch

March 24 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

Just 94 days after the release of iOS 7, the team over at evasi0n have once again gifted us with their latest jailbreaking software for the newest version of iOS. The first iteration of evasi0n7 contained Chinese malware, but the subsequent release removed...

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How to Restore Deleted iPhone Contacts

March 24 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iPhone Data Recovery

Is it possible to recover lost contacts on iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS? If you Google around, you may find that the problem of restoring lost contacts seems to impact a lot of iPhone users, for example: "iPhone 4: lost contacts! After restoring my iPhone,...

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iOS 7.1: Everything You Need to Know

March 23 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

iOS 7.1 is the first major update to Apple's seventh generation iPhone, iPad, and iPod touchoperating system. Code-named Sochi and released on Monday, March 10, 2014, iOS 7.1 not only provides much needed — and long overdue — bug fixes but several feature...

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5 Useful Apps to Recover A Lost Or Stolen iPhone

March 22 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Apps

Back in the days when you lose the standard mobile phone, the loss is limited to just the hardware. The new owner would probably just remove your SIM card and put in his or her own and no one would be the wiser. But with smartphones, this situation presents...

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iOS and iTunes: Play All Music Files at the Same Volume

March 21 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

When you listen to music on your device, you may notice that the tracks do not play at the same volume. The variation in volume levels between tracks may make listening to music a bit uncomfortable, and you may find yourself constantly adjusting the volume...

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How to Recover Deleted or Lost Photos from iPhone

March 21 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iPhone Data Recovery

Accidentally lost iPhone photos? There are many causes for iPhone photo loss, for example: 1. The most common case is to accidentally delete photos in the Camera Roll of iPhone by tapping the wrong button; 2. Failed to jailbreak iPhone or iOS upgrade...

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Create, Edit, Delete, Manage Playlists and Songs on iOS 7

March 20 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

Although using iTunes is ideal for managing music collections on your device, there may be times that you need to create a quick playlist on your device, or you might want to delete unwanted songs from your collection when you cannot access your computer....

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Top 6 Secure iOS Messaging Apps That Take Privacy Very Seriously

March 20 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Apps

Don’t fancy your messages being read by unwanted parties? Get a secure messaging app and worry no more. There’s a good chance you’re already using something to replace SMS – be it WhatsApp, Google Hangouts or Twitter’s direct messages – but security is...

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