Posted by Mayank on April 24, 2012 in Apple,iPad,iPhone

What is iPhone DFU mode DFU stands for Device Firmware Update. DFU mode is a state that you can put your iPhone into where it can interface with iTunes but does not load the iPhone operating system or boot loader. This sets the DFU mode apart from the recovery mode. What is DFU mode used for It is pretty easy to understand what is DFU mode used for. Since you’re looking for information on DFU mode – it is evident that you want to chaRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on April 22, 2012 in Apple

What is AirPrint AirPrint is a wireless technology that allows you to print from your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, or other iOS device. This technology makes it simple to print your email, photos, web pages, and documents without installing drivers and software. AirPrint-enabled applications can print to an AirPrint-enabled printer without a need to to install a driver or configure the printer queue. Tap print, select the AirPrint-enabled printer, Read More...

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Posted by Prashant on March 28, 2012 in Apple,iPad

Few days ago, we told our users how to activate split keyboard on their iPad for typing easily & faster on their iOS device. Split Keyboard divides the virtual keyboard into 2 and then user can type using his/her thumbs.  There are  few secret invisible keys which are not visible on split keyboard but can make typing using split keyboard a little more easier. When the split keyboard is enabled, keyboard is divided with TGV on the left and YRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on March 24, 2012 in Android,Apple,iPad,iTunes,Video Games

Post image for Angry Birds Space available in Appstore & Google Play Angry Birds have gone to space this time and this new version of game is available in Apple Store as well as Google Play (previously Android Market Place). Angry birds space was launched on 22nd March and as expected had thousands of downloads in first couple of days. This games is for 0.99$ for iPhone, 2.99$ for iPad where as it’s totally free on Google Play. Angry Birds this time bend around the space and the gravitational pull of differRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on March 14, 2012 in Apple,iPad,iPhone

iOS 5.1 upgrade is here and some of you who’ve upgraded to iOS 5.1 might have observed that FaceTime does not work since then. Many of suggested solutions as simple as restarting your iPad or iPhone. Let me tell you that the solution is not as simple. However, the good news is that the solution,which works is also equally easy! There have been several iOS 5.1  FaceTime issues reported, some of which are mentioned below: Message “xxxRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on March 13, 2012 in Apple,How To,iPad

Post image for Enable Split Keyboard on iPad [How To] The new iPad is already out in market and many people have preordered the first shipment of this new iPad. As an iPad owner you might know how useful and smart this tablet is. Usually most of the apps doesn’t need you to type a lot but for taking notes or writing emails etc. you need the virtual keyboard (unless you’ve bought bluetooth keyboard for iPad). Whenever you select a field that needs an text input from user, virtual keyboardRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on March 11, 2012 in Apple

Post image for Taking Photographs becomes easier with iOS 5.1 Last week at the Apple iPad event, not only Apple has launched the new iPad but it also released the iOS 5.1 update. iOS device users can update their iPad, iPod and iPhone to this latest version of iOS. If you are already on iOS 5 , you can do software update directly from your device without even connecting to computer. Though this new update has many features like Japanese Language Support for Siri, option to delete photos from Photo Stream, aRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on December 19, 2011 in Apple

Keynote is a powerful application, which can also open PowerPoint and AppleWorks presentations, making it easy to continue work on presentations in different formats and to collaborate with others who are using other applications. Each slideshow you create is an individual Keynote document. To work on a Keynote document, you have the following options: Create a new Keynote document. Import a document that was created in PowerPoint or AppleWorks.Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on December 18, 2011 in Apple

Basic parts of a Keynote window are: Toolbar – A toolbar located at the top of the window gives you fast access to the tools you need to create your slides. Slide canvas – Slide navigator – The slide navigator provides a visual overview of your slideshow. You can view a thumbnail of each slide or a text outline. Presenter notes field – You can write notes about individual slides in the presenter notes field. PreseRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on December 17, 2011 in Apple

Keynote Themes and Master Slides: Every time you open Keynote, the Theme Chooser displays the Apple-designed themes available for you to use in your slideshow. What is a Theme? As the name suggest, theme is a family of master slides that create a look and feel based on preselected fonts, backgrounds, textures, table styles, chart colors, and more. To begin creating your slideshow, select a theme, which best suits your purpose. Using a theme helpRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on November 13, 2011 in Apple,How To,iPhone

iphone 4S With the release of iOS5, came many smart options which made using iPhone very simple and also loaded your iOS device with new features like notification center, itunes wi-fi sync and iCloud. Though after the release of iOS5, user were given the option to sync their iPhone or iPad or iPod with iTunes without even connecting the device to computer but for upgrading their phone software to iOS5 they had to connect the device to computer using the URead More...

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Posted by Mayank on November 11, 2011 in Apple,iPad,iPhone

If you upgraded your iPhone or iPad or iPod to iOS 5 and did not start using the Notification Center yet – let me tell you that you have been missing one of the great features of iOS 5. Notifications Center is an awesome feature that keeps all your alerts in a handy little pull-down panel at the top of the screen. To effectively use the Notifications Center in iOS 5, you need to configure Notifications Center as per your needs and it will tRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on November 4, 2011 in Apple,How To,iPhone

Apple recently released iOS5 for iOS devices like iPhone,iPad and iPod and has also integrated it with iCloud, a cloud computing solution provided by Apple to store all your data in one place which is made avaialable on all your iOS devices. Besides backing up your data, you can track and perform few operation on your iOS device too. For e.g. If you forgot where you left your iPad or iPhone , you can simply use iCloud to find its location and If Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on October 24, 2011 in Apple

Post image for iMessage Tip: How to Ensure You’re Doing iMessage and Not SMS iOS 5 launched a new feature named iMessage. iMessage is Apple’s new messaging service, which lets you send messages to other iOS 5 users at aboslutely no cost. Another reason to upgrade to iOS 5! iMessage is similar to Facetime and lets you use your email address instead of your phone number. Despite the easy iMessage setup, you can end up sending a SMS instead of iMessage and end up paying money to your cellular company for the SMS usage. LetRead More...

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