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How to make your iPhone photography more striking with the "rule of thirds"

One of the most important, yet most difficult, elements in creating beautiful photographs is composition - where your subject is placed and how it's related to its surroundings. A great starting point for developing this skill is to understand the rule of thirds.

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How to save PDF files from Safari directly to iBooks

Your iPhone or iPad allows you to save a PDF straight from Safari into iBooks. Whether you have the need to save forms, PDF formatted books, policies, or something as simple as a nutritional information sheet for your favorite restaurant - your iPhone and iPad has the ability to do this natively.

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How to replace the rear camera in an iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS

If your camera in your iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS has stopped functioning you can DIY repair it in about 20 minutes and it'll cost you far less than putting out the money for a new iPhone. We can walk you through the repair from start to finish as well as recommend where to get quality parts and tools to get the job done right.

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How to set up custom gestures with Activator for iPhone and iPad [Jailbreak]

Activator allows you to launch apps or utilities on your jailbroken iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with a quick swipe, tap, or button press. Swipe up from the bottom of your screen to quick compose a text, double tap the status bar to bring up SBSettings, or shake your device to take a screenshot. Setting up an Activator gesture takes just a few seconds and the possibilities are endless.

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Daily Tip: How to type faster and more easily on the iPad's split keyboard

With iOS 5, Apple introduced a split keyboard mode for the iPad, so we could more easily type with our thumbs when holding the iPad in both hands. If you already use the split keyboard, you know it provides one of the best touchscreen typing experiences on any tablet. But did you know Apple built in "phantom keys" to make typing with the split keyboard even faster and easier?

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Warning: WD-40 will not fix your Home button, may damage your iPhone or iPad

Do not -- repeat -- do NOT put WD-40 or any such substance in your iPhone or iPad -- it won't permenantly fix your Home button and may, in fact, damage it far worse. The idea that repeatedly squirting WD-40 into your iPhone or iPad Home button could fix responsiveness began floating around the internet last month and has gotten some attention -- that needs to be stopped immediately. Keep in mind we're huge fans of DIY repair here at iMore. We have a weekly column focused on DIY repair. But putting WD-40 is not DIY repair. It's dangerous, particularly for iPhones and iPads that are built with moving, plastic parts.

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How to follow the Super Bowl on your iPhone and iPad

There's many ways you can follow the Super Bowl straight from your iPhone or iPad. The New England Patriots go up against the New York Giants and it's sure to be a good show. If you can't be in front of your tv or attend it live in Indianapolis, there's tons of great App Store apps available to keep you up to date.

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How to install beta Mac App Store apps and provisioning profiles

Get in on a Mac App Store beta but not sure how to install the beta app? There are several apps that have iPhone and/or iPad versions as well as Mac versions these days, and if you're beta testing the iOS version, you might need to set up the Mac App Store version as well.

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Jailbreak glossary

If you're new to jailbreak you may run across some terms that you may not know or aren't sure exactly what they mean. Adding a whole new world of functionality also means you'll run across new utilities and terminology you'll have to get familiar with.

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How to find your Mac UDID for Mac App store beta testing

Trying to figure out just exactly how to find your Mac UDID so you can get in on an ad-hoc Mac App Store beta? Just like with iPhone and iPad, your Mac has a UDID (technically a Hardware UUID) that developers can use to send you app builds before they become publicly available. Luckily, it's easy to locate once you know where to look.

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