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17 Tips to Extend iPhone Battery Life
Want to squeeze more battery life out of your iPhone? Try these 17 tips for making your iPhone last longer--now updated for iOS 7.
My iPhone Screen Won't Rotate. How Do I Fix It?
The iPhone and iPod touch automatically rotate their screens based on how you're holding them. But sometimes, no matter how you turn them, the screen won't rotate.
7 Key Differences Between iPhones 5S and iPhone...
Not quite sure how the iPhone 5S is different from the 5C? This list explains 7 key differences between the two phones to help you make the right choice.
What To Do When Your iPhone Won't Turn On
If your iPhone won't turn on, it's possible that you've got a dead iPhone on your hands. But before you head to the store to plunk down hundreds of dollars on a new one, try this tips to resurrect it.
How to Restart a Stuck iPhone
Finding that your iPhone has locked up or frozen can be frustrating. When that happens, follow these steps to reset your iPhone and solve your problem.
Troubleshooting Tips for FaceTime Calls
FaceTime is one of the coolest and most exciting features of the iPhone. But the FaceTime icon doesn't always show up when you place a call. Why not?
My iPhone Won't Charge. What Do I Do?
An iPhone that won't charge isn't necessarily a dead iPhone. It may be, but there are a few things to try before you conclude that you need a new battery.
Use Find My iPhone to Find Your Missing iPhone
No one wants to lose their iPhone or have it stolen, but if you do, you'll want to know how to use Find My iPhone. It may be the thing that helps you get it back.
Reset an iPhone 4 So It's Like Out-of-the-Box New
Factory resetting an iPhone is a major step, but sometimes it's your best choice. This step-by-step guide will help you get a like-new iPhone.
Set Up and Use iPhone Personal Hotspot
How to set up and use Personal Hotspot, a feature of the iOS that lets iPhones share their cellular data connections with other nearby devices.
How to Tell Which iPhone is Right For You
Choosing which iPhone to buy means you need to decide what carrier you want and choose between the iPhone 5S, 5C, and 4S. This article makes the choice easier by offering the pros and cons of each model.
How to Rearrange the Icons on Your iPhone's...
Want to customize the look of your iPhone or just keep your homescreen neat? Rearrange the icons, or move them to other screens, using these tips.
How to Turn Your iPhone Ringer Off
Turning off the iPhone's ringer, and putting the phone into silent or vibrate mode, requires flipping just one switch.
How Bluetooth Pairing Work on the iPhone
Bluetooth isn't just the way that earpieces connect to phones. It's also a general purpose technology that allows all kinds of devices to be used. Here's how to pair Bluetooth devices with the iPhone.
How to Create Folders on the iPhone
Folders are a great way to keep your iPhone's home screen organized. Put similar apps together or group your most-used apps into a single folder. Here's what you need to know to create an iPhone folder.
How to Fix Deleted iPhone SMS Messages From...
If you've ever deleted an iPhone text message and then searched on your phone, you may have noticed that the message isn't completely gone. So how do you delete it for good?
How to Find Missing Apps on Your iPhone
Sometimes, it's possible for apps like Safari, Camera, or App Store to go missing from your iPhone. It may seem like they're deleted, but they're probably not. Here's how to get them back.
How to Display Your iPhone's Battery Meter
Want a more precise idea of how much battery life your iPhone or iPod touch has left? Then turn on the battery meter. Here's how.
Avoid International Data Roaming Charges With...
Having always-on Internet on your iPhone is great when you're home. But when you're overseas, if you're not careful, it can lead to phone bills in the thousands of dollars.
Can you sync iTunes and Android?
Buying an Android phone or tablet doesn't necessarily mean that you're cutting yourself off from iTunes. The question is: when it comes iTunes and Android, what exactly works and what doesn't?
My iPod or iPhone Is Disabled. Why, and How Do...
Whether the message says your iPhone is just disabled, or disabled for 22 million minutes, find out what's happened and how to fix it here.
How to Use the iPhone Screen Orientation Lock
Want to change the way you're holding your iPhone or iPad without the screen rotating along with you? Then you need to learn how to use the iOS screen orientation lock feature.
How to Turn Off In-App Purchasing on iPhone
In-app purchases can be great: they can add features, upgrades, or useful new elements to apps and games. But they can also get really expensive, especially if you don't mean to buy them. Prevent that by turning off in-app purchases.
How Does iPhone Recovery Mode Work?
When an iOS device encounters software- or app-related trouble, it can usually be resolved by just restarting. In some circumstances, though, the problems are more extensive and require putting the device into recovery mode.
How to FaceTime on the iPhone or iPod touch
Video chatting via FaceTime is one of the coolest things about the iPhone. Here's what you need to know to use FaceTime.
9 Things You Should Do if Your iPhone is Stolen
There's no foolproof way to get your iPhone back if it's been lost or stolen, but there are some steps you can take that will increase the likelihood that you'll recover it. Find out what they are here.
Fix Your iPhone When It's Stuck at the Apple Logo
I just updated my iPhone and now it won't boot all the way up. It's stuck at the Apple logo, or continually turns on and off but won't boot up to the home screen. Help! How do I fix this?
How to Use the iPhone Camera
Learn all about using the camera built into the iPhone here.
Step-by-Step Instructions for How to Shut off...
Completely shut down your iPhone with these two easy steps.
How to Restore an iPhone from Backup in iTunes
Losing your iPhone's data may seem like a catastrophe, but it's not. Every time to sync your iPhone, iTunes makes a backup of it. To get your data back, you just need to restore your iPhone from backup.
Fix Your Non-Ringing iPhone
It can be a puzzling situation: you’re getting voicemails and missing calls, but your iPhone doesn’t ring. It may seem mysterious, or like your iPhone is broken, but it’s probably not. The missing sound of your phone ringing probably is caused by mis-assigned ringtones.
Save YouTube Videos to iPhone or iPod touch
Want to save your favorite YouTube videos to your iPhone or iPod touch for watching when you're not online? Here's what you need to know.
How to Edit Videos with the iPhone's Built-in...
The iPhone isn't just a great device for capturing video. It's also got a built-in video editing app so you can share just the right clip. Here's how to use it.
How to Use Push Notifications on the iPhone
Let apps tell you when you need to pay attention to them using push notifications. Here's how to enable and use push.
How to Score Free Music on Your iPhone
Some of the best iPhone music apps don't cost a dime: if you're looking for free music for your iPhone, look no further than this collection of great free music apps.
How Does "Do Not Disturb" Work on the Phone?
Ever want some peace and quiet without your iPhone bothering you? Do Not Disturb lets you block calls except those you want, and emergencies, whenever you want. Learn how to use it here.
Change Your iPhone's Ringtone
The default iPhone ringtone--the sound that plays when someone calls you--is fine, but you can make the iPhone more yours by customizing your ringtone.
What Happens When You Forget Your iPhone's...
A passcode can be an important way to protect your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. But if you forget your passcode, you can't use your device. What do you do?
Which Carrier is Best for the iPhone?
When it comes time to buy an iPhone, you have four major phone carriers to choose from. They all offer the same iPhone, but the service they provide is different. Learn the strengths and weaknesses of each provider to make a smart decision.
A Simple Introduction to Syncing an iPhone to...
The data management tools that iTunes offers to iPhone users are pretty powerful. Syncing your iPhone to iTunes can be much more than just a dump of data to your phone. Learn how to manage even the most minute sync settings.
9 Things To Do First When Getting New iPhone
Just got a new iPhone? There are a lot of things to learn about how to use it, but start with these 9 tips and you'll be well on your way to being an iPhone expert.
How To Record an iPhone Voicemail Greeting
Step-by-step instructions on how to to record your own personalized iPhone voicemail outgoing message.
Fixed Enlarged Icons on iPhone
The icons on my iPhone are enlarged. I don't know why and can't figure out how to fix them. Help!
How to Restart an iPad
Despite all its flashy features and its different shape, Apple's iPad is a computer just like a laptop or desktop. And, just like laptops and desktops, sometimes iPad apps freeze, and freeze the iPad along with them, requiring a restart to fix the frozen iPad.
Your iPhone Screen Repair Options for Cracked...
If you repair your cracked iPhone at the cheapest shop, you may lose more than you save. Here's what you need to know when repairing your screen.
8 Free Ringtone-Making Apps for the iPhone
These apps let you create ringtones using your existing music library for free. But even free things have a price.
Grab whatever's on your iPhone screen with a...
Want to take a screenshot of your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. Follow these simple step-by-step instructions.
Is Your iTunes Library a Mess? Here's How to...
Deleting songs in iTunes isn't quite as simple as it looks. You can remove a song from iTunes but still leave a file you don't want clogging up your hard drive. Learn how to avoid that fate.
Selling Your iPhone? Here's How to Delete Your...
You don't want a stranger looking at the personal data you've got on your iPhone or iPod touch, right? Well, if you're sending your device in for repair or are selling it, you need to erase its data and settings before you do.
How to Turn Your iPhone into a Mini TV
Want to watch TV anywhere you've got an Internet connection? Check out this list of apps that you will give you access to your favorite--and soon-to-be favorite--shows, some free, some with a monthly subscription.
How to Transfer an iTunes Library to a New...
Transferring your iTunes library to a new computer can be a major challenge, both because libraries are so large and because Apple's software doesn't make it easy. Here are a few techniques you can use to make the process easier.
How to Add Songs to an iPod
Downloading songs onto an iPod, a process called syncing, is the main way to transfer music from your iTunes library to your iPod. Here's how to do it.
Should You Consider Upgrading Your iPhone 4 to...
iOS 7 can run on the iPhone 4, but is upgrading a good idea? This article weighs the pros and cons and make helps you make a decision.
How to Delete SMS Messages From an iPhone
Most of the time, we don't want to save our text messages for more than a few hours or a day or two. Texts are usually ready to be deleted not long after they've been read. Here how to do it on an iPhone.
How to Use Spotlight Search on the iPhone
Looking for something on your iPhone but not sure where to find it? Try Spotlight, the iOS's built-ins search tool.
Which Apple Devices Are iOS 7 Compatible?
Excited to use all of the cool new features of iOS 7? Then you have to make sure your device is compatible. Check out this list for all compatible devices and what features they support.
iPhone Apps to Help You Save Time at the...
The best shopping list apps have extensive databases, barcode scanners, email sharing, and other nifty features. Here are seven of the best grocery list apps that can help you save time on your next trip to the grocery store.
Is the Find My iPhone app required to track a...
Having your iPhone stolen is bad enough. But what if you didn't install the Find My iPhone app? Are you out of luck? Maybe not.
How to Easily Check Your iPhone Data Usage
Whichever iPhone carrier you have, learn how to find out how much wireless data you've used to avoid overages or your speed being reduced.
8 Sites with Free Audio Books for Your iPhone
IPhones and iPods aren't just for music; they're also great for keeping up on literature with audiobooks. These sites offer free audiobooks for the iPhone.
Set Up Find My iPhone and Never Lose Your iOS...
Just because your iPhone or iPod touch is lost (or stolen) doesn't mean it's gone forever. If you set up Find My iPhone before it went missing, you may be able to get it back.
7 Reasons to Enable iCloud on your iPhone
The first step to using your new iPhone is to activate it. Activation isn't particularly difficult, but there are choices you need to make to complete the process. Learn how to activate your iPhone here.
How to Find Your Lost iPhone
Your iPhone getting lost or stolen can feel like you've lost more than just your phone, that you've lost $200-$500, too. But that's not necessarily the case, thanks to these apps that can help you track a missing iPhone.
iPhone Browsers That WILL Play Flash
The iPhone may be famous for not supporting Flash, but that doesn't mean that there aren't some browsers that bring Flash to the iOS. The question is: are they any good?
8 Apps That Help Customize Your iPhone
While the outside of everyone's iPhone basically looks the same, what's on the screen can be a personal reflection of the user. To have your iPhone express your style or interests, you need to customize it. These apps will help you do that.
10 Ways to Save a Wet iPhone or iPod
Dropping your iPhone or iPod in water can be scary and will make you wonder whether this is the end of your precious device. It may be, but it doesn't have to be. Try these tips to save your iPhone or iPod.
Which Printers Are AirPrint Compatible?
A list of printers that are compatible with Apple's AirPrint software for wireless printing from the iOS.
How to Restore Your iPod to Factory Settings
Restoring your iPod can be the only way to use advanced configurations or solve some tricky problems.
A Visual Guide to Copying CD's to Your iOS Device
Buying from iTunes isn't the only way to get music for your iPod or iPhone. You can also copy songs from CDs you own in a process called ripping. Here's what you need to know to rip a CD.
How Does iCloud Work?
Answers to frequently asked questions about iCloud, Apple's web-based media streaming, sharing, and storage service.
Here's How to Get Rid of a Stuck iPhone App
When iPhone programs lock up, sometimes they need to be quit or force quit. Here's how to quit iPhone programs.
How Do You Turn Off an iPad?
Instructions on how to turn off the iPad. Begin by locating the hold button on top of the iPad, at its right edge.
Adding, Editing, and Deleting Bookmarks in Safari
There's a lot more you can do with bookmarks in Safari than just create them. Read this article to find out how to edit them and how to create a webclip.
5 Great GPS Cycling Apps for the iPhone
A GPS cycling app can turn your iPhone into a tool for tracking your time, distance, and speed -- and it’s a heck of a lot cheaper than a dedicated cycling computer. The best cycling apps also include helpful features like iPod support, Facebook and Twitter integration, and reporting graphs.
Update Your iPhone Without Connecting to iTunes
Did you know that you can update to the latest version of the iPhone operating system without needing to connect your iOS device to iTunes? Here's how.
What Are All the Hardware Parts on an iPhone 5?
From this diagram of the iPhone 5's anatomy you can discover what each button, switch, sensor, and port on the new iPhone is used for.
Can iTunes Run on Linux?
While iTunes is the dominant music store/music player app on the Mac OS and Windows, what about Linux users? Just because they're using open-source, instead of commercial, systems, they shouldn't be left out of the iTunes fun, right? So, if you're a Linux user interested in getting iTunes, you're probably wondering where you can download iTunes for Linux?
Great Apps to Read the News on Your iPhone
Stay up to date with breaking news and get a deep understanding of current events with these iPhone news apps.
Set Up Tethering and Use Your iPhone as a Wifi...
Instructions for tethering an iPhone to a computer via USB or bluetooth. Page 6.
How to Sync an iPhone Over Wi-Fi
Syncing your iPhone doesn't mean that you need to plug your phone into your computer anymore. If you're running iOS 5 and up, you can sync via Wi-Fi, too.
Can iPhones Get Computer Viruses?
Viruses and malicious software should concern any computer user. But how much do iPhone users need to worry about them?
Great Ringtone Apps for the iPhone
Wondering how to make custom ringtones for your iPhone? These ringtone apps can help you create unique ringtones from your purchased music. You can assign different ringtones to each of your contacts or even use these ringtone apps as a caller ID feature.
What is (and how to use) the iPhone's DFU Mode
Understanding and using iPhone DFU Mode, a feature used for downgrading firmware and jailbreaking.
How To Assign iPhone Ringtones to Contacts
Have some fun customizing your iPhone by assigning different ringtones to all the people in your Address Book. Here's how.
Keep Your iPhone Safe with These 6 Simple Tips
Keep your iPhone safe and secure from hackers and thieves with these tips to protect your data, prevent your iPhone from being stolen, and more.
Redownload Your Music to iTunes from iCloud
Thanks to iCloud, you never again have to worry about losing songs, apps, or Books purchased from iTunes. Now, all your purchases are available for redownload whenever you need them. Here's how.
6 Ways to Text with Free Apps on the iPod Touch
Do you want to send and receive text messages, but only have an iPod touch, not an iPhone? With these texting apps, it's no problem--and most of them offer free options.
Use Your iPhone to Make a Conference Call in 5...
The iPhone phone app makes hosting a small conference call on your iPhone a snap. With just a few taps on the screen, you can talk to up to four people at once. Here's how.
12 Things to Do Before Giving Kids an iPod...
The iPod touch is a common gift request by many kids -- one that many parents want to give them. But if you're a parent with some concerns about giving your child an iPod touch, check out these 12 steps you should take.
How Does AirPlay Mirroring Work?
Want to play your favorite iOS game on your HDTV? How about watch iPhone movies on a bigger screen? If you've got the right combination of hardware and software, you can--using AirPlay Mirroring.
The 4-Step Guide to Adding Downloaded MP3s to...
A step-by-step guide to adding MP3s downloaded from the web to your iTunes library and iPod.
How to Put iTunes On An External Hard Drive
Considering that most people have thousands, if not tens of thousands, of songs in their iTunes libraries, those libraries can easily take up 25, 50, or 100 GB. But libraries that big can take up more space on a hard drive than you may be able to spare. In that case, running iTunes from an external hard drive can solve your problem. Here's how to do it.
How to Tether with an iPhone
Frequently asked questions about iPhone tethering, including what it is, how to set it up, and how to use it.
A Step-By-Step Guide to Using Safari on Your...
Did you know that there's a lot more you can do with bookmarks in Safari than just create them? Read this article to find out how to edit them and how to create a webclip. Page 3.
Customize Your iPhone Wallpaper in 2 Minutes
One great way to make your iPhone or iPod touch all yours is to change the wallpaper, lock screen, or both. Here's how.
Make Your iTunes Library More Attractive by...
When you buy songs at iTunes, Amazon, or other online music stores, they come with album artwork. But what about songs ripped from CD or obtained from other sources? How do you get artwork for them? Through a built-in tool in iTunes.
9 iPhone to Help You Find the Perfect Restaurant
There is no shortage of excellent restaurant apps in the iTunes app store, but these eight really set the bar high. I use many of these apps on a regular basis for finding new restaurants, checking out wine ratings, or calculating tips. They are all a great choice for foodies or those who love to eat out.
How to Stream Your Content with Apple Airplay
AirPlay, Apple's technology for streaming audio and video to and from iOS devices, is pretty awesome. While it requires AirPlay-compatible hardware and software, more devices and apps than ever support it. Read on to learn how to use AirPlay with iTunes, the iOS, and the Apple TV.
The Pros and Cons of Jailbreaking an iPhone
You may have heard the term jailbreaking discussed as something that you can do to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Find out what that means, how you'd do it, and why here.
How to Copy the Music on Your iPod to a Computer
Deciding between the dozens of programs that transfer iPods to computers can be maddening. After all, they all appear to do similar things and make similar claims. How do you decide which one offers the best combination of features, speed, and price? Read on to learn which iPod-to-computer transfer programs get top marks and which you should avoid.
Is Apple's 4G Really 4G?
There are a lot of 4Gs flying around the world of mobile phones right now. Some are basic, others very important. When it comes to the iPhone 4, which some people call the iPhone 4G, which is which? Is the iPhone 4 a 4G phone?
How To Set Up the Apple TV
Apple is famous for its user interface and creating products that are a snap to set up and use. This is certainly true for the Apple TV. Hookng up the Apple TV is a snap. In my first set up, it took less than 10 minutes from opening the box to playing music from my iTunes library through my TV's speakers.
How To Turn Off the Apple TV
With no buttons on the Apple TV, there's no obvious way to turn it off. Here's how you do it.
How to Fix the 'iPhone SIM Card Not Recognized'...
From time to time, your iPhone may stop connecting to 3G/4G networks, preventing you from making or receiving
How Do I Convert iTunes Songs Into MP3 Files?
Songs bought at the iTunes Store aren't actually MP3s - they're AACs. AAC files work with a wide range of music players, but if you prefer to have your songs in MP3 format, you can use iTunes to convert them.
How to Create and Sync a Customized iTunes...
Learn how to manage the music synced to your iPhone or iPod by unchecking songs in iTunes. Page 2.
What Are All the Hardware Parts on an iPhone 4?
This image shows the iPhone 4 from the front and left side. Each button, port, and feature visible in these views is explained here.
iPhone or Android: Which Smartphone Should You...
If you're in the market for a smartphone, deciding whether to buy an iPhone or Android phone isn't easy. Both offer many compelling features and similar capabilities. But they're also different in some crucial areas. See how they compare in 10 key ways before you buy.
How to Get Started with iTunes
An iTunes account is one of the most important things an iPod, iPad, or iPhone user can have. Without one, you won't be able to activate your device, buy music or apps at iTunes, or use a number of other valuable features.
8 iPhone Shopping Apps for Retail Therapy on...
Some of the best iPhone shopping apps can help you save money on the things you buy everyday. Others can help you compare prices, find nearby stores, or figure out if a product is a dud. Shopping apps also include a lot of cool technology -- from picture recognition to barcode scanners, these apps have you covered on your next shopping trip.
Tools to Play FLAC in iTunes and on iOS
While FLAC is a favorite of audio enthusiasts, it isn't usually compatible with iTunes, which leaves audiophiles who prefer iTunes and iOS devices in a bind: do they sacrifice audio quality or the tools they prefer? Luckily, the choice isn't quite so dire. Even though iTunes and the iOS don't support FLAC by default, there are a number of tools that can play FLAC in iTunes and iOS.
How to Keep Your iPod Touch Battery from Dying...
The iPod touch offers a tremendous array of powerful features, including music playback, web browsing and playing games. But these features eat up a lot of battery life. Check out these 10 tips on how to squeeze the most battery life out of your iPod touch.
Best Alternatives to Safari on iOS
Even iPhone and iPad come with the Safari web browser, you're not stuck only using Safari. Thanks to third-party browser apps, there are a number of good options for your mobile browsing experience--some of which even offer more features than Safari.
Switching iPhone Carriers? 7 Tips for Doing It...
Switching from one carrier to another is often the cheapest way to get the latest iPhone. But switching can be complicated. Here's what you need to know if you're going to switch.
A Visual Guide to Setting Up Facetime on Your...
One of the best features of recent iPod touch models is FaceTime video chatting. Here's what you need to know to set FaceTime up on your iPod touch.
How Does the iPhone 4 SIM Card Work?
All about the iPhone 4 SIM card, including where it's located, how to remove it, and whether it carries a SIM lock.
Tether Your iPad to Your iPhone
Some models of the iPad can only get online if there's an open Wi-Fi network nearby. But if there's an iPhone with tethering enabled also nearby, the iPad can get online.
What is the iPhone's Home Button Used For?
The iPhone Home button does more than just bring you back to the homescreen. Depending on your version of the OS, it can also activate Siri or a number of other features.
The Easiest Way to Make an Apple Genius Bar...
When you need iPhone or iPod help, going right to the experts is best. And the Genius Bar at each retail Apple Store is where you’ll find them. To make the process of getting support easier, you can make an appointment at your nearest store.
Fix Disappearing Personal Hotspots in iOS 5
Upgraded to iOS 5 and found that your Personal Hotspot menu has disappeared? Learn how to get it back here.
Can I Download iOS Apps Without iTunes?
It depends on what you’re looking for. If you mean official iPhone apps, the answer is no. But, if you’re willing to take a little risk and use apps not approved by Apple, the answer is yes.
How to Convert AAC to MP3 Using iTunes
Even though music in the AAC format works on virtually all modern devices, you may prefer to convert your music to MP3. Here's how to convert those files using iTunes.
10 iPhone Apps Every Runner Will Love
Discover the best running apps for the iPhone in this group test from About.com. Learn more about iPhone GPS apps and how they can help improve your next run.
15 Great Radio Apps for the iPhone
Sure, streaming and downloaded music is great, but what about radio? If you love radio--whether for music, talk, sports, or weather--you'll love these terrific radio apps for the iPhone.
Stuck on a Desert Island? Here Are 10 Ways to...
Apple claims a pretty impressive battery life for the iPad - up to 10 hours of use on a full charge. But that doesn't mean you won't want to find ways to squeeze even more life out of it, or that you won't have emergencies where you need to sacrifice some features to use the device a little longer. For those situations, here are ten tips on conversing iPad battery life.
Can You Use FaceTime on Windows?
It seems that practically everyone can use Apple's FaceTime video calling technology. Whether you've got an iPhone, iPad 2, 4th generation iPod touch, or a Mac, you can use FaceTime. But what if you have a PC? Can you use FaceTime on Windows?
Secure your iPhone with your finger using Touch...
Apple's Touch ID fingerprint scanner adds new security and convenience options. Learn how to set up and use Touch ID here.
How to Set Up and Start Using an iPhone
Just got an iPhone? These articles will take you from beginner to expert in no time at all.
9 Must-Have iPhone Apps for Expecting Moms
If you're pregnant, you may find these apps incredibly useful. Track your baby's development or time your contractions with these pregnancy apps.
Keep your iPhone safe from prying eyes with a...
The best way to keep your iPhone secure is with a passcode. You can add extra security if you have a device with Touch ID.
How to Create a Jammin' iTunes Playlist
Playlists can help you make custom song mixes, burn CDs, or sync multiple iPods to the same computer. Here's a guide to making and using playlists in iTunes.
How to Send a Group Text Using Your iPhone
Text more than one person with the same message using this iPhone texting tip.
6 Easy Steps to Fill Your iPod Nano with Music
Downloading songs onto an iPod nano, a process called syncing, is the main way to transfer music from your iTunes library to your iPod nano. Here's how to do it.
Can You Get Apps for iPod nano?
The 6th gen. nano seems to run a version of the iOS, the same OS that those devices use. If that's the case, what about apps for the nano?
Backup iTunes to an External HD in 4 Easy Steps
You've spent hundreds, or thousands of dollars, creating your music collection and hours tuning it to be just how you want. Now make sure you don't lose that money and hard work by backing it up.
How to Use Multiple iTunes Libraries on a...
Did you know that it's possible to have multiple iTunes libraries, with completely separate content in them, on one computer? While not only a neat lesser-known feature, it also helps you manage your family's music and iPods/iPhones.
Quick Tips for Managing Your iPhone Email...
Once you've used the iPhone email program for a while, you'll likely find that there are many small details about it you'd like to change. Many of them can be changed using the app's settings.
Why Is Find My iPhone Not Working? 10...
Find My iPhone is a terrific tool for locating lost or stolen iOS devices. But if Find My iPhone isn't working, you may be running into one of these reasons.
How to Install iTunes on Your Windows Computer
A quick guide to downloading and installing iTunes on Windows, as the first step to using it and your iPod, iPhone, or iPad.
What to Do When Your iPod Classic Freezes
A step-by-step guide to resetting or restarting a frozen iPod Classic (aka the 6th generation iPod).
9 Things to Know Before Buying a Used iPhone
Considering buying a used iPhone to save money? You need to read these tips before you make your purchase.
7 Surprising Social Networking Apps You've Got...
There are thousands of social networking apps available for the iPhone. These five apps put their competitors to shame and offer features or value that set them apart from other social networking apps.
Where to Download FaceTime Software
FaceTime, Apple's video chatting technology is one of the most sought-after software packages these days. While FaceTime works more devices than just the iPhone 4, not all of them come with it pre-installed. Read on to find out where you can download FaceTime for those devices.
iPhone Showing the White Screen of Death? Do This
An iPod touch or iPhone that's showing nothing but white on its screen isn't necessarily broken. Here are a few steps you can take to fix an iPod touch or iPhone white screen.
How to Backup Your iOS Device with iCloud
Keeping your data in sync across multiple computers and mobile devices can be very difficult. Or at least, it used to be. Thanks to Apple's free iCloud service, it's simple. Learn how to set up and use iCloud here.
What eBook Formats Does iPad Support?
One of the big selling features of the iPad is iBooks, the app and online store that turns the iPad into an ereader. But reading ebooks on the iPad doesn't mean you have to buy from Apple's iBooks Store. The iPad also supports other ebook file formats.
iPod touch On the Fritz? Here's What to Do
Using an iPod touch is usually a pretty smooth process. But from time to time, you’ll find that an app crashes and locks the iPod or that the touch freezes up completely.
The Best FM Transmitters for Your iOS Device
If your iPhone or iPod travels with you in the car, check out these FM transmitter car kits that let you play your music through your car stereo. We've reviewed and ranked the best options.
How to Protect Private Info Stored on Your iPhone
Keep the prying eyes of third-party apps from accessing the personal data on your iPhone by learning and using these privacy settings.
Connect Your iPad to Wi-Fi in 6 Easy Steps
While some iPad models offer always-on 3G internet connections, the fastest way to get your iPad online is via WiFi. Access the Internet using WiFi on the iPad by following these steps.

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