This week's tips will show you how to take control of wirelessly updating your apps, and we'll offer up some tips on using your iOS device to help you meet your health and fitness goals in 2011. We'll also take a look how you can manipulate the search results you see when using Spotlight search on iOS devices. By the end of this column, you'll definitely have some more useful tips to use and show off to your friends.
This week's tips will show you how to prevent a thief from turning off Find My iPhone and we'll look at how to force quit apps on iOS 4.0 and above. We'll also take a look at how to increase your tapping potential within certain apps, and you'll be surprised about what you can do when tapping with one or two fingers. You'll definitely have some more useful tips to use and show off to your friends.
This weeks tips will show you how to take control of backups, which are an important part of the sync process each time you connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your computer. You'll learn how to speed up your backup performance, how to protect your backups from prying eyes, manage your backups, and how to precent them from occurring.
Spotlight, the search utility for Mac OS X, was migrated initially to iOS 3.0 and remains a viable part of iOS 4.0 and higher. It's very useful, and since its initial release it's gained some nice features. This week, we'll show you some tips that'll help you get the most out of this utilitarian feature.
This week's tips will help you master spell checking on your iOS device so you'll never have to worry about embarrassing typos (unless they are intentional--or for "creative" reasons). You'll also learn about managing the iOS virtual keyboard by adding or changing the languages supported, and the keyboard layout--never miss another umlaut! And finally, we'll also teach you about a super-dee-dooper passcode lock that even your friends can't figure out.
This week's tips will show you how to access and remove your most recently used apps in the iOS task manager, use your own wallpapers, and elminate typos.
You'll end up with greater knowledge of how you can effectively use the iOS task manager, personalize your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with your favorite images, and amaze your friends with your perfect typing skills.
This week's tips cover touchscreen issues with the iPhone and iPod touch. We'll also take a look at some keyboard tips for all iOS devices that help you to be better and faster at typing contractions, and we'll explore how to clear out the auto-correct dictionary. Also, we'll show you a cool tip about how to convert any document from any app into a PDF file, and the into iTunes for syncing to iBooks.
This week we'll tip you off to some great apps that will bring smiles and fun for all ages during the Christmas holiday. You get some great entertainment ideas for your kids, singing carols, listening to holiday music, and cooking.
You may not know this, but your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch are the equivalent of throwing stars for all you shopping ninjas out there. So, grab one of these devices, prepare for battle, and use it to take advantage for next week's Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping trips.
This week's tips are a mixed selection of topics that will help just about any iOS user. We'll show you how heavy MMS messengers can save a bit of cash and how befuddled travelers should deal with multiple time zones. Also, we'll teach you tricks about automating your dialing to cut back on finger wear and tear, and show you a way to label your iPhone with your personal information so that your hopes of recovering it are way easier.