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How to recover photos or videos from an iPhone backup

How to recover photos or videos from an iPhone backup

Have you backed up your iPhone lately? If you haven’t you may want to do so right now, because losing all your apps, contacts, and most importantly, you photos and videos, can be a huge pain in the ass. If you misplace, break, or have your phone stolen you’ll lose your entire Camera Roll collection of photos and videos. But if you made a recent backup you just may be able to recover all your photos and videos in no time.

What should I do if I lost my iPhone or iPad?

What should I do if I lost my iPhone or iPad?
Losing, or having you phone stolen can be an extremely stressful and annoying process. While we all try to be careful, mistakes happen and iPhones and iPads are lost every day. If you have lost your device there are more than a few things you can do in hopes to recover it or at least have peace of mind that your data won’t be stolen.

Touch ID not working after upgrading to iOS 8.3? Try this fix

Touch ID not working after upgrading to iOS 8.3? Try this fix

Apple released iOS 8.3 with new features such as redesigned Emoji keyboard, CarPlay Wireless, new Siri languages, and many performance and stability improvements.

But iOS 8.3 also seems to have brought its own set of problems. Some users seem to be having issues using Touch ID in the App Store.

‘GMT bug’ in Calendar app fixed in iOS 8.2 beta 5

‘GMT bug’ in Calendar app fixed in iOS 8.2 beta 5

If you’re facing the GMT bug in the Calendar app in iOS 8, then you may have to wait for iOS 8.2 for a fix.

It looks like Apple has fixed the bug in iOS 8.2 beta 5 that was released yesterday. 

Some iPhone 5s users reporting major issues with Touch ID after upgrading to iOS 7.1

Some iPhone 5s users reporting major issues with Touch ID after upgrading to iOS 7.1

Apple released iOS 7.1 on Monday with a number of new features, improvements, refinements and bug fixes.

In the release notes, Apple had mentioned that it had improved Touch ID performance. However, according to some iPhone 5s users things have got worse after upgrading to iOS 7.1.

Having problems with Touch ID? Here’s a Simple Trick to Fix it

Having problems with Touch ID? Here’s a Simple Trick to Fix it

The Touch ID is great when it works, but a number of iPhone 5s users have complained that the fingerprint sensor fails to recognise the correct print on the first try. If you’re facing these accuracy issues, you can follow this simple tip to improve Touch ID on your iPhone 5s.

Some iPhone 5s users reporting problems with Touch ID fingerprint sensor

Some iPhone 5s users reporting problems with Touch ID fingerprint sensor

Touch ID is one of my favorite features of the iPhone 5s. I am so used to it that I find it a pain to unlock my iPad Air using the passcode. It just works.

But according to Business Insider,  it is not working as well for some users.

Here’s how Apple will handle replacements for iPhone 5s units with battery manufacturing defect

Here’s how Apple will handle replacements for iPhone 5s units with battery manufacturing defect

Yesterday, Apple acknowledged that a manufacturing issue is affecting some iPhone 5s units that causes shortened battery life and longer charging times. The company said that it will be reaching out to customers with these defective units and issuing replacements.

How to fix the motion sickness issue in iOS 7.0.3

How to fix the motion sickness issue in iOS 7.0.3

The iOS 7.0.3 software update released yesterday, includes a number of bug fixes and improvements.

One of the biggest improvements for people suffering from headaches and nausea after upgrading to iOS 7, is the ability to disable the zoom in animations.

The age old question revisited in iOS 7 — Does killing iOS apps running in the background help?

The age old question revisited in iOS 7 — Does killing iOS apps running in the background help?

Ever since multitasking was introduced in iOS 4, there’s been a misconception that by closing all apps in the multitasking switcher, you’ll save system resources. The truth is that only few apps run in the background, so most of the apps in the switcher do not necessarily consume system resources.