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How to fix a blown or distorted earpiece in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

If you can't hear the caller on the other end of the line when you hold your iPhone to your face, or they sound distorted all the time, it's possible that the earpiece is defective or blown out. Most users that have iPhones with this issue can verify it if speakerphone works just fine. If that sounds like what you're experiencing with your iPhone, an earpiece replacement may be in order. Depending on what model iPhone you have, the difficulty range can vary. One thing is for certain though, performing an iPhone repair on your own is a heck of a lot cheaper than purchasing a new iPhone.

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How to organize photos and videos into albums on your iPhone or iPad

If you take a ton of photos and videos on your iPhone or iPad, you may start finding it hard to find something you want to show someone quickly. Sifting through thousands of photos can get irritating after a while. This is exactly why the Photos app for iPhone and iPad lets you easily sort and organize your photos into albums. So next time you need to find a photo, you'll know exactly where it's at!

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How to share videos on your iPhone or iPad

Most of the reason we take videos is to be able to share them with friends and family. Whether you just want to send a video via email or text message, or want to upload it to YouTube for everyone in the world to see, your iPhone or iPad has all the tools you need built right into the Photos app!

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How to rotate photos on your iPhone or iPad

Ever take a photo on your iPhone or iPad in the wrong orientation on accident? Sometimes tricky angles make the Camera app rotate when we didn't really want it to. Luckily the Photos app has a rotation tool that lets you edit the orientation so it's the way you originally intended it to be.

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How to trim a video on your iPhone or iPad

Your iPhone or iPad will let you take videos as long as you have the storage space to support them. So what happens if you only want to send a small portion of a video via message or email but the original file is several minutes long. Luckily, you can easily trim a shorter clip with the Photos app that's much more convenient for sharing.

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How to crop photos on your iPhone or iPad

When you take photos on your iPhone or iPad, the Camera app will produce images that are natively in a 4x3 aspect ratio. But what if you want to print a photo and frame it as a 5x7 instead? Thanks to some of the handy tools that the Photos app offers, you can easily crop photos to other sizes in just a few taps!

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How to auto-enhance photos on your iPhone and iPad

If you take a photo with your iPhone or iPad and feel like the composition is great but that the colors and tones could be a little better, the Photos app comes with a few handy tools to help. iOS 8 promises a lot more control, but even with iOS 7, If you either aren't familiar with photo editing or just aren't sure where to start, the auto-enhance feature is a great place to start!

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How I saved 140 GB of hard disk space using iTunes Match

Have a large iTunes library? Consider getting it off your hard drive and into the cloud

Ever since I started using Macs with SSDs, I've become keenly aware of how much storage space I use. Over the years I've built up a great library of archived articles I've written, files I've saved, applications, and media.

But it's mostly music. Music occupied a huge amount of storage space on my Mac until fairly recently. Here's how I got rid of it using iTunes Match, and without losing the music.

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How to remove redeye from photos on your iPhone or iPad

No camera is perfect and that includes the one in your iPhone and iPad. One of the most common issues most people experience is redeye, which can be caused from flash or a bad glare. Luckily, instead of letting it ruin what would have been a great photo, just use the editing tools the Photos app provides to remove the redeye in just a few taps!

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How to access the chapter menu on the Apple TV

When watching movies on the Apple TV, you may come across a time where you want to jump back or forward several minutes and scenes. While you can always scrub by rewinding and fast forwarding, it's much easier to use the chapter menu to jump right to where you need to be. The best part is you can even see preview frames so you know exactly where to skip to.

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