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10 Creative Ways to Use Your iPad

November 28, 2012 — by Sette Capati1

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Have you ever wondered how you can maximise your iPad? I have thought about this lately on how I can use my iPad in 10 creative ways, and I’m thrilled to share my list with you.

With the plethora of apps on Apple Store, you might as well try other ways to make your iOS experience more engaging and personalised.

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iOS 6 Tip: How to Attach Multiple Photos or Videos in Mail App

October 7, 2012 — by Sette Capati1

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It is cumbersome to email multiple of photos or videos using your iOS device due to limited features. Basically, the default option allows users to send five photos or videos only. However, there’s a practical way to attach these photos. It’s simple and much convenient.

The best way to send photos, prior to iOS 6 is to launch the Photo app and select the files and tap the sharing button via email. One of the features of iOS 6 included an intuitive photo stream. That’s not all, iOS 6 allows users to send files using this direct insert method for multiple photos, (more than five photos) in a few taps.

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How to Fix the Viewpoint Scaling Issue in iPhone Safari

September 13, 2011 — by Farrukh Zafar0

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Safari IconThis is a special post that talks about the solutions to a special bug caused with websites when opened in iPhone Safari browser. So if you are a web designer, or run a website, this post might come handy in your case.

If you’ve been creating responsive designs for iPhone, you might well know about the well known, well-debated viewpoint scaling bug that arises in iPhone Safari when you rotate your phone from portrait view to landscape view, provided that you have set the viewport width to device width in your website’s code.

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What’s APN Setting on iPhone? How to Edit it for Troubleshooting and Travel Purposes?

September 2, 2011 — by Simon Ng0

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iPhone Setting IconAPN stands for Access Point Name which defines the network path for connecting to the data network of your carrier. A correct APN setting is crucial for accessing the Internet and MMS.

Normally you do not need to deal with APN setting on iPhone. It’s automatically configured by your carrier and as I know, some carriers even disallow their user to manipulate the setting. However, in rare case, you may need to check or even edit the APN setting manually:

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How To Create Ringtone for iPhone on iTunes 10

September 6, 2010 — by Simon Ng971

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With the debut of iTunes 10, it is widely reported that Apple has removed the “create your own ringtone” feature. The feature was first introduced in 2007 after the launch of the original iPhone. It allows iPhone users to create custom ringtone from a track purchased from the iTunes store for $0.99.

As MacLife realized, the feature is still found on iTunes 9.2.1 but is no longer built into iTunes 10. For ringtone fanatics, don’t worry. You can still use a manual method to create custom ringtone for your iPhone using iTunes 10. And, most importantly, it is completely free.

If you want to create your own ringtone for iPhone, simply follow the step-by-step procedures. As I am a Mac user, the guide is written particularly for Mac user. That said, it should also work for those using Windows. I have highlighted the difference (if any) so Windows user can also follow.

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Enable Tethering on iPhone with TetherMe

August 17, 2010 — by Simon Ng6

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Internet tethering allows you to use the iPhone as a modem and share the Internet connection with laptop. It’s a great feature come with iPhone. However, for certain reasons, not every carrier supports the tethering feature. If your carrier does not support tethering for iPhone, that’s another good reason for jailbreaking.

Recently, cirdan and sbingner have developed a hack called TetherMe that enables tethering on jailbroken iPhone even your carrier does not officially support the feature. As claimed, the hack should work with any carriers and supports all iPhones with iPhone OS from 3.0 to 4.0.1.

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Unlock iPhone 4 using Ultrasn0w 1.0-1

August 4, 2010 — by Simon Ng42

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After the debut of JailbreakMe, iPhone Dev team has released an updated version of ultrasn0w to unlock iPhone 4.

With ultrasn0w, you can free your iPhone to use with any carrier. The latest version of ultrasn0w supports carrier unlock for iPhone 4 with baseband 01.59.00, as well as, 3G and 3GS riding on baseband 04.26.08, 05.11.07, 05.12.01 and 05.13.04.

To use ultrasn0w with iPhone 4, you need to first jailbreak the iPhone with JailbreakMe. You can refer to the earlier post about the jailbreak procedures.

If you have jailbroken your iPhone 4, simply follow these instructions to unlock it.

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How To Enable iOS 4 Multitasking on iPhone 3G

July 27, 2010 — by Simon Ng1

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The multitasking feature is the most notable feature in iOS 4. If you’re owner of iPhone 4/3GS, you can enjoy this feature after the OS upgrade. However, due to the limited memory and slower CPU on iPhone 3G, multitasking is intentionally disabled by Apple.

But this shouldn’t limit iPhone jailbreaker from using it. With jailbroken iPhone, there are a couple of hacks available via cydia that lets you enable the multitasking feature.

Features Hack

First, it’s a cydia hack called “Features”. The hack lets you enable the missing multitasking feature via Winterboard theme. The package comes with a “multitasking” theme. You can simply enable the theme to turn on the multitasking feature.

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How To View and Sync PDF using iBooks for iPhone and iPad

July 15, 2010 — by Simon Ng3

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A couple months ago, I wrote a tutorial article that showed you how to view PDF file on iBooks app. In brief, it requires you to convert PDF file into ePub format before you can sync and view the PDF on iBooks.

With the release of iBooks 1.1 and iTunes 9.2, my guide becomes obsolete. The new version of iBooks app provides native support for PDF files. It is not required to go through a conversion process to transform a PDF file into an ePub file so as to read the file on iBooks. Reading PDF file on iBooks 1.1 is very straightforward. In this post, I will walk through with you the procedures to view and sync PDF files on iBooks. The procedures should apply for both iPhone and iPad.

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Erase All Data Before Selling Your iPhone

July 9, 2010 — by Simon Ng109

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Erase iPhone before selling itWith the arrival of iPhone 4, you may consider selling your existing iPhone and upgrade to the new one. Whether you plan to sell your old iPhone on eBay or through a store, make sure you completely erase all data on your device.

Basically, there are two ways to wipe the data on iPhone and reset it to the factory settings. In this article, I’ll share with you both methods to erase the iPhone data.