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How to create a list in Reminders for iPhone and iPad

While creating reminders in the default Reminders list on iPhone and iPad serves it's purpose, we've all got different tasks and things to remember on a regular basis. For most, that will be a combination of tasks between home, work, volunteer organizations, and more. The default Reminders app allows you create custom lists outside of the default ones just for this reason.

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How to mark items as complete in Reminders on iPhone and iPad

The built-in Reminders app makes for a great way to keep you on task and organized. Once you've learned how to create reminders, you can view them at any time on your iPhone and iPad. Then, when you complete them, you can just as easily mark them as complete so they disappear from your Reminders app.

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iPhone DIY repair: Ultimate guide to replacing broken dock connectors

There are lots of things that can go wrong with the dock connector in your iPhone. Bad chargers can cause pins to break off, water or moisture can leave your iPhone unable to charge, and more. There are lots of symptoms and problems that can arise that would warrant a DIY repair.

The dock connector in certain models can also affect other functions such as producing sound issues in the iPhone 4 and 4S. Regardless what model iPhone you have, we can walk you through how to replace the dock connector step by step. We'll also give you links to parts and tools from the suppliers we trust.

So if you're experiencing dock connector or charging issues, follow along to find the guides that'll get you back in working order in no time.

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How to buy movie tickets with Siri on your iPhone and iPad

As of iOS 6, Siri has been able to help you find movie theaters and showtimes. With the iOS 6.1 update Siri can also help you purchase tickets to the movie of your choice with help from the Fandango app. All you have to do is have Fandango installed and then ask Siri to find tickets.

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How to set a default Reminders list on iPhone and iPad

The native Reminders app on the iPhone and iPad are not only simple to use, it'll automatically sync your content between any iOS device and Mac you own. Along with the ability to set up your own reminder lists, you can also choose a default one. That means that new events you add using Siri will end up in the list you've specified.

Here's how to tell Reminders what you want your default list to be...

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How to change Reminder sync settings on iPhone and iPad

The Reminders app on the iPhone and iPad functions as a great way to make sure you're getting the things done that you need to in a timely manner. If you find yourself creating a lot of reminders, you may notice the Reminders app becoming quite cluttered. To tame the clutter you can change the sync settings in order to only sync more recent events. You can also choose to have it sync reminders further back if you like to refer to older items.

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How to setup CalDAV accounts and Calendar subscriptions on your iPhone and iPad

Lots of businesses and organizations offer calendar subscriptions to users and attendees. Many employers also set up CalDAV accounts for their employees. If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can easily add your CalDAV account or calendar subscriptions. As long as you know your credentials or the subscription link for the calendar, you've got all you need.

Follow along and we'll show you what to do with that info to get them set up on your iPhone or iPad.

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How to share or make an iCloud calendar public using your iPhone or iPad

If you use the default Calendar app on your iPhone or iPad, you probably created your own calendars in order to input events based on their type. If you have a calendar that you think others would benefit from or be able to make use of, you can choose to share it publicly. Good examples are sports schedules and calendars that contain common holidays or events.

Now sure how to share a calendar publicly? Follow along...

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How to switch Calendar views on your iPhone or iPad

The default Calendar app on your iPhone and iPad gives you lots of options when it comes to viewing your data. While the default view may be month view, you can easily change between them based on the data you need to view. Each options has its own advantages and there are probably times when you'll prefer one over the other.

If you aren't sure how to change views within the Calendar app or want some advice on which view is suited to what, follow along and we'll help you along.

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How to DIY repair a stuck or broken iPhone 4S power button

The iPhone has been prone to power button issues ever since the iPhone 4 made its appearance. As it turns out, the iPhone 4S isn't immune from stuck power buttons either. Over time, the cable wears down and causes the actual power button to become harder and harder to press. In some cases, it becomes completely recessed resulting in presses not even registering.

If this issue sounds like something you're iPhone 4S is experiencing, a DIY repair can get it back to normal with some patience and the right tools. It'll also cost a heck of a lot less than a brand new iPhone.

If you're up for it, follow along. And if you're not, follow along anyways and we'll refer you to the professionals that can do the repair for you.

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