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4 years ago

How to troubleshoot email problems on the new iPad

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How to troubleshoot email problems on the new iPad

More often than not, email just simply “works” on your iPad. You input your account information when you setup the iPad and email is received flawlessly.  Occasionally, however, problems do arise and need to be fixed.

Sometimes, it is an issue with the email server, sometimes it is a connectivity issue and sometimes you are just missing a key piece of information in the account setup.

Usually, the solution is simple like a wrong password or switch. We will try to walk you through potential problems and their fixes.

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4 years ago

How to DIY replace the vibrator assembly in an iPhone 3G & iPhone 3GS

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How to DIY replace the vibrator assembly in an iPhone 3G & iPhone 3GS

If your iPhone 3G or 3GS isn't vibrating even when it silent mode, the vibrator assembly motor may have burnt out. Lucky, it's a quick and easy DIY repair that most users can handle on their own. Here's how.

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4 years ago

China Vice Premier pledges IP protection during Tim Cook visit

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China Vice Premier pledges IP protection during Tim Cook visit

Apple CEO Tim Cook is visiting China, having recently toured Foxconn facilities, but so far his most interesting meeting has been with Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang.

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4 years ago

Paper by 53 for iPad review: The best way to get what's in your head onto the screen

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Paper by 53 for iPad review: The best way to get what's in your head onto the screen

If you're looking to turn your iPad into a blank slate that you can easily, beautifully be filled with anything from a sketch to a flow-chart, a list to an diagram, get Paper and get creating.

Paper by 53 for iPad is exactly what the name implies, a fresh canvas ready and waiting for your ideas, inspiration, and art. While hand drawing and handwriting note-taking apps are nothing new to the iPad or App Store, Paper feels qualitatively different in kind. It has a focus, a flow, a humanity, and a technology about it that somehow come together to create one of the most natural creative experience I've had on the iPad to date.

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4 years ago

43% of recent U.S. smartphone buyers bought iPhone

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43% of recent U.S. smartphone buyers bought iPhone

Nielsen has wrapped up their latest market research data, and in the three months leading up to February, 43% of U.S. smartphone buyers got an iPhone. By comparison, 48% had bought an Android phone, and 5% picked up a BlackBerry.

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4 years ago

Bumperless iPhone 4 owners can now apply to get $15 from antennagate settlement

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Bumperless iPhone 4 owners can now apply to get $15 from antennagate settlement

Last month, Apple finally concluded the class-action lawsuit surrounding the iPhone 4's reception issues, and today those affected can now start the process of cashing in.

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4 years ago

Joining Hands for iPhone and iPad is a cute puzzle game that the entire family will enjoy

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Joining Hands for iPhone and iPad is a cute puzzle game that the entire family will enjoy

I came across Joining Hands when browsing through the "Great apps for the new iPad" section of the App Store because I was hoping to find some great apps that support the new iPad's Retina display. I'm happy I decided to download this little game. It's a cute and fun puzzle game that's both easy to understand and to play.

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4 years ago

Case-Mate Glam Sparkle case for iPhone review

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Case-Mate Glam Sparkle case for iPhone review

The Glam Sparkle case for iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S is just the latest in a long line of beautiful, shiny cases from Case-Mate. They sent this back from CES 2012 for me to look at and what can I say, they know my weakness and they exploit it well!

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4 years ago

Apple releases iTunes 10.6.1, fixes bugs

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Apple releases iTunes 10.6.1, fixes bugs

Apple today released iTunes 10.6.1, a bug-fix update that addresses a number of irksome issues, including the problem with TV shows on Apple TV. Here's the rundown.

iTunes 10.6.1 provides a number of improvements, including:

  • Fixes several issues that may cause iTunes to unexpectedly quit while playing videos, changing artwork size in Grid view, and syncing photos to devices.
  • Addresses an issue where some iTunes interface elements are incorrectly described by VoiceOver and WindowEyes.
  • Fixes a problem where iTunes may become unresponsive while syncing iPod nano or iPod shuffle.
  • Resolves an ordering problem while browsing TV episodes in your iTunes library on Apple TV.

For information on the security content of this update, please visit: support.apple.com/kb/HT1222

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4 years ago

Taposé review: Cool collaborative concept, not yet ready for primetime

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Taposé review: Cool collaborative concept, not yet ready for primetime

The Microsoft Courier project was an original take on tablets but never got out of the concept video stage before Steve Ballmer decided to kill it in favor of Windows 8. Undaunted, a couple of developers from Seattle who were fans of the project hooked up with former Courier lead, J. Allard, and raised enough enough money on Kickstarter to create a Courier-like experience on the iPad. Namely, Taposé.

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4 years ago

iPhone & iPad Live tonight at 9pm ET/6pm PT

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iPhone & iPad Live tonight at 9pm ET/6pm PT

The best iOS podcast in the 'verse returns tonight to talk all the latest iPhone and iPad news, how-tos, and app and accessory reviews. Come join us!

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4 years ago

The iPad mini

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The iPad mini

Would Apple release a 7.85-inch iPad and what it would mean for iOS and the tablet market?

While Apple has been busy launching the new iPad -- their third generation 9.7-inch iPad now with eyeball popping Retina display -- the rumor mills have kept on churning away about the iPad mini. A still-mythical 7- to 8-inch iPad, it would compete with the still-not-competitive (marketshare wise) BlackBerry PlayBooks and Amazon Kindle Fires of the budget tablet world, while also not being as portable as a 3.5-inch, $199 iPod touch.

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4 years ago

Review: Angry Birds Space - entering orbit at the speed of rage

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Review: Angry Birds Space - entering orbit at the speed of rage

Here's what happens when you give some undignified swine oxygen bubbles, masks from the future to vengeful fowl, and launch them all into orbit.

Angry Birds Space arrived on iOS and Android last week, introducing a whole new array of physics to the classic slingshot game. It's already a runaway hit, having garnered 10 million downloads since launch. Now instead of just trying to topple boring old buildings onto pigs lounging inside and around the area, you're flinging birds through gravitational fields around planets, and into asteroids to annihilate the green time-honored foes.

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4 years ago

Steve Jobs didn't care for the Siri name but couldn't think of something better

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Steve Jobs didn't care for the Siri name but couldn't think of something better

Dag Kittlaus, creator of Siri, recently gave a keynote at Technori Pitch and talked about how much Steve Jobs disliked the name Siri. Only after he couldn't think of a better alternative did he finally succumb to using the name.

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