Sure, there’s plenty to love about iCloud -- after all, it’s a giant step up from Apple’s previous cloud efforts like MobileMe and .Mac and it’s free, so what’s to complain about? Unfortunately, iCloud can’t do everything, so here’s a look at what Apple doesn’t tell you about their cloud service.
How can I remove old, unwanted email addresses that are cached on my iPhone 4? My sister changed her email address, so I deleted her old one in Address Book and replaced it with the new one. It now shows both emails associated with her name when I compose a message to her. Is there a way to remove the old address?
Is it possible to change the “skin” of iCal and Contacts from the leather look that now comes with Lion back to the aluminum look of Snow Leopard? I’ve gone through the preferences and did a Google search and wasn’t able to find any possible solutions. Any suggestions? Also…I hate the lock screen gray background and the gray dashboard background. How can I change it as easily as the desktop background?
If you’re not on a Mac or just don’t care about saving your contacts on your computer, you can do it without a computer at all. Instead of syncing your Gmail account as an IMAP server, use Exchange. So long as you’re on iOS 4 or higher, you’ll be able to incorporate multiples Exchange accounts without holdups.
Despite the proliferation of apps like Bump which use the iPhone to swap contact data, good old-fashioned business cards are still a necessity -- even though most of us discard them after putting the data in our address book. Now you can simplify that process with Card Scanner Pro.
Apple released new information today regarding the pending transition from MobileMe to iCloud. Finally, we know which services will be continued and which will be terminated with extreme prejudice. According to Apple, "The core services provided by MobileMe have been rewritten to work seamlessly with iCloud." The key word there is "core", which is not the same as "all".
This week's tips show you how to export and share your Contacts with your friends, batch upload photos to your Facebook page using a free app and different ways to peruse and organize your apps in iTunes. Plus, an updated tip on securing your iOS devices with a passcode.
This week's tips help you take the reigns of your mobile Mail app. We'll show you how to use the email headers to manage old and new contacts, how to save images sent to you in an email to your Photo Album and how to print emails and their attachments.