Posted by Diya on December 24, 2010 in Apple,iPhone

google_ad_client = "ca-pub-6768296095576837"; google_ad_slot = "1166025475"; google_ad_width = 300; google_ad_height = 250; Facetime has been released for the Mac as well and you can now video chat with friends to and from your desktop or laptop as well as your iPhone4 or iPod Touch. What you need to do to call a iPhone4 or iPod Touch from a Mac is that you need to use Safari browser for the purpose. In SafariRead More...

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Posted by Diya on December 23, 2010 in Apple,iPhone

FaceTime is Apple’s video calling feature between 2 devices which support FaceTime. FaceTime is a feature which came with iPhone 4 and is now available on the iPod Touch models as well. Though many of the Apple products work seamless and do not cause any issue to the users (unlike Windows), many of the users have reported this issue where they got the message “FaceTime – Waiting for Activation”. When I bought my iPhone 4 aRead More...

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Posted by Diya on December 23, 2010 in Apple,iPhone

Since I got the iPhone 4, making Facetime calls has been one of the regular activities. However, what has been limited the use of Facetime is the unavailability of facetime on 3gs. Facetime was launched with the iPhone4 and is missing on all the previous versions of iPhone, which means that facetime on 3gs, facetime on 3g etc. is a feature which is unavailable and cannot be used. In order to use facetime, either the users need to be on iPhone 4 oRead More...

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Posted by Diya on November 27, 2010 in Apple

This thanksgiving, I bought a new iPod Touch 8GB and thought of testing it out before gifting it to my elder sister. Everything worked smooth as expected until I tried to test out Facetime. I created a new Apple account for my sister (she did not own a single Apple product till date and hence, did not have an Apple account yet). I updated the contacts in my iPhone 4 to add the my sister’s new Apple id and then I added myself as first contacRead More...

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Posted by Diya on August 14, 2010 in Apple,How To,Mac

Since most of the users use PC, they seem to remember the command ipconfig, which gives your IP address. This command can be run by going to Start -> Run -> Type cmd This will open a MS-DOS command prompt. The procedure to find ip address on mac is slightly different : Go To : Finder -> Utilities -> Terminal In the Terminal window prompt, type ifconfig <ret> The IP addresses will appear in the line that starts with “inet&Read More...

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