If youâ€™re planning to buy the new iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c and wondering how to transfer data from your old iPhone to the new iPhone, then follow the steps mentioned below to first take a back up of your old iPhone and then restore the backup to your newly purchased iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c using iTunes or iCloud.
Having your iPhone locked to a carrier can be a pain if you need to switch SIMs. Especially while you’re travelling, and you try slipping in another SIM card only to find that you’re blocked from using it. Knowledge is power, and to be forewarned is to be forearmed. Here’s how to find out, in advance, if your iPhone is locked to your carrier or not.
If you had upgraded your iOS device to iOS 7 beta to check it out and want to downgrade back to iOS 6, then the good news is that you can downgrade. This is despite Apple’s warning which states that you cannot downgrade back to earlier versions of iOS.
Apple unveiled iOS 7 at WWDC 2013 Keynote addressÂ yesterday,Â which features a completely redesigned user interface and new features such as Control Center, AirDrop for iOS, smarter multitasking and iTunes Radio.
If you’re new to iOS development and want to install the iOS 7 beta on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to test your apps, then check out this step-by-step guide.
Earlier in the week, Apple rolled out the much needed two-step verification process for Apple ID to add an extra layer of security.
Since we use the Apple ID for everything we do with Apple such as shop on the iTunes Store, enable iCloud on all our devices, buy from Apple’s Online Store and lots more, it is highly recommended that you enable it to increase the security of your Apple ID, especially after yesterday’s scare.
iOS hacker and developer – Ryan Petrich has discovered a hidden Topography feature in Google Maps for iPhone.
Finally it’s here! Yes, Google Maps for iPhone is here and we’ve all been putting it through its paces I’m sure. Now that we’ve had some time to use it, here are some tips, tricks, and a short walkthrough of Google Maps to help you use it more effectively.
I wasnâ€™t around much last week as I was not only trying to get out from under a mountain of email â€“ yes, even productivityists stuck in an overwhelmingly full inbox every once in a while â€“ but I was also starting to explore some of the cooler new Mail features in iOS 6.
I found a few new cool options available, but one of the best ones was the ability to add different signatures for separate email accounts. Iâ€™ve been waiting for this for a long time.