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Solutions To iPhone 4S Wifi Problems After iOS 7 Update

A number of iPhone 4S owners these days posted their Wifi problems to Apple discussion forums or Apple’s support forums, mentioning that they encountered the grayed out Wi-Fi button or “unable to connect” message many times after they upgraded the iPhone 4S to iOS7. 505 more words

IPhone Tips

Who Ate My Data?

Need to find the culprit who ate all your bandwidth? Here’s how you can check which apps use most of your data.

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Judge Lucy Koh pressures Apple by consolidating lawsuits over undelivered texts to Android downgraders

“Yesterday, Judge Lucy Koh made a ruling that affects two separate lawsuits filed against Apple involving the company’s alleged failure to deliver text messages to the intended recipient after users switched from iPhones with iMessage to Android,” Jordan Crook reports for TechCrunch. 310 more words


U.S. Warns of Vulnerability That Could Leave Apple iOS Devices Open to Attack

The U.S. government’s cyber squad is warning Apple users about a security vulnerability that hackers could use to trick them into installing bogus versions of legitimate apps on their mobile devices. 282 more words


How To Undo Your Mistake In iPhone The Cool Way

1. Want to undo a mistake while typing or editing a picture in a cool way?

2. Just give your iPhone a little shake.

3. iPhone will ask you if you would like to undo the action.

Tested with iPhone 5, iOS 8.1


Judge: Apple must face U.S. lawsuit over vanishing iPhone text messages

“Apple Inc. was ordered to face a U.S. federal lawsuit claiming it failed to tell consumers that its messaging system would block them from receiving text messages if they switched to Android-based smartphones from iPhones,” Jonathan Stempel reports for Reuters. 262 more words


Apple introduces online tool for deregistering iMessage

“Apple has added a page to its website for deregistering and turning off iMessage for users that have switched from an iPhone to an Android device or other non-Apple smartphone,” Joe Rossignol reports for 9to5Mac. 172 more words