Posted by Mayank on April 10, 2014 in iPhone

Sometimes the solution to your problem lies in what seems obvious. Your iPhone battery drains out pretty quickly and you know the obvious reason – you use the Facebook app a lot. But what may not know if that there is a way to reduce the battery drain caused by the Facebook app and make your iPhone battery last longer. Having previously been pinpointed as a drain by German iOS app developer Sebastian Düvel, now former Apple Genius Bar emplRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on March 31, 2014 in How To,iPhone

There is an interesting trick for your iPhone if you would like to see the signal strength as number instead of usual bars. What you will see when you do this trick is a negative number indicating the decibels referenced to one mill watt (dBm) rather than a signal bar and is performed in the Field Test Mode. Why you need this trick to see phone signal strength as number? You can use this trick toread the numbers so that you can understand what isRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 18, 2013 in iPad,iPhone

You’ve upgraded to iOS 7 – Congratulations! Is it not just awesome. The reason you’re here is because there is a bug in iOS7, which is bothering you? Is the bug “iOS 7 Bug: Your account is not valid for use in the xxx Store. You must switch to yyy Store before purchasing.” This bug is especially pronounced for those who bought the iOS device (iPhone, iPad or iPod) in a country and changed their country after that. FoRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 26, 2013 in iPhone

Waking up to the sound of an alarm is a nuisance. The sleep breaks abruptly and the day feels fatigued and even headache in some cases can be attributed to this. Many manufacturers having been working on devices, which will nudge you instead of abruptly waking you up from sleep. Many of such devices have been popular too. Unfortunately they are usually costly – upwards of $100. Some manufacturers are trying to take advantage of smart phonesRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on February 20, 2013 in iPhone,Tech Spotlight

The best camera is the always the one you have with you, always! It won’t take more than a second to realize what it is – it is your iPhone! There are some add-on lenses which will up your mobile photo game. iPhones are now able to rival many point-and-shoot cameras. iPhones carry digital zoom and not optical zoom, which would require a telescoping lens. Digital zooms crop the middle section of what the sensor sees and then enlarge itRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on February 15, 2013 in Android,iPad,iPhone,Review

Remote Controls are an integral part of our lives. Can anyone imagine getting up again to change a TV channel? There wouldn’t be so many channels, so many devices if not for remote controls. There is one problem with remote controls though – clutter. With hundreds of devices in our homes – universal remote is something you can use effectively to reduce clutter and rule your A/V empire with all-in-one remote. The late influx of sRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on February 9, 2013 in iPhone,Tech Spotlight

The best camera is the always the one you have with you, always! It won’t take more than a second to realize what it is – it is your iPhone! There are some add-on lenses which will up your mobile photo game. iPhones are now able to rival many point-and-shoot cameras. They only lack one aspect – optical zoom, which would require a telescoping lens. iPhones carry digital zoom. Digital zooms crop the middle section of what the sensRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on February 4, 2013 in iPad,iPhone

Fun@Work? Fun at work is something every employer, whether big or small wants to have. Many employers claim their employees have fun at work, but hardly any do. Unless you work in the likes of Google, Facebook etc – it is hard to believe that you really have fun at work. Fun@work should not be a big thing and as a employee, you need not always look at your employer to provide fun @ work activities. There are several small things you can do Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on February 3, 2013 in iPhone

RansomGram is an interesting approach to creative and funny photos. Aimed at fun seeking iPhone owners and camera addictives – this new picture message app from Fotofiction is finally here. RansomGram for iOS is a brand new way to share pics with your friends while showcasing your wit and rebelliousness. This app is sure to be a most-used app for text addicts and shutterbugs alike. RansomGram lets you get creative and have all the fun withRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on January 6, 2013 in iPad,iPhone

Reminders are a perfect way to keep you on track and save time. You’ll see your productivity sky rocket when you don’t forget stuff and do them right – in the first shot itself. There are several apps to keep you on track and provide reminders, including the Reminders app by Apple. Reminders app is great, but it is not awesome. It does not have all the features to be a robust reminder tool. There is one app, which has caught outRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on November 22, 2012 in iPad,iPhone

Trevor W. reported this issue: The 2 errors I’m getting are iPhone Error 4S Error 21 and iPhone Error 4S Error 1600. If I fix one error, it just jumps to the other. Any help would be appreciated, just got this thing not too long ago. It is most likely that you would have configure the software to allow the following domains to send and receive data from the Internet for some special purpose (like downloading a newer OS upgrade when all ApRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on November 6, 2012 in Apple,How To,iPad,iPhone

An average iPhone user has around 100 apps installed on their iPhone and with increasing no. of apps in the appstore, users tend to download and install more apps on their iPhone or iPad. Over a period of time, it usually gets tough to manage all the apps installed on your iPhone. Lets say you gave your iPhone to your friend or a kid, and he deleted few apps from your iPhone. Now you can either restore the apps from your iTunes (if already syncheRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on October 29, 2012 in Apple,How To,iPad,iPhone

Disabling App Store from your iPhone or iPad could be beneficial if your kids use your iPhone/iPad and you don’t want them to download and install app on your iOS device. Though everytime you try to install any app from the appstore you’re asked to enter your iTunes password but once you enter the password, it remains active for sometime. If someone tries to install any other app before the password becomes inactive , then they wonRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on October 22, 2012 in Apple,How To,iPad,iPhone,Youtube

If you’re are worried about data usage on your iPhone/ iPad then you might also know that majority of your 3G data is used by videos that you watch online either on YouTube or any other video service. You have an option to delete other video streaming apps from your iOS device but you won’t be able to delete the YouTube app that was preinstalled on your iPhone. If you have downloaded new YouTube app by Google which is far better than Read More...

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